White House Down (12A)

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Reviewer shniha07
AMAZING!! Went to watch this with my daughter on her 13th birthday and it was brilliant. Right from the start til the end it was packed with plots, actions, humour and emotions. Both Channing and Jamie were supurb. If you're into action films like die hard with good story lines and plenty of actions then this is the film for you. Only downside is(not the films fault) was the cinema we went to, cineworld in woodgreen, was quite disappointed with the film starting late and there was a huge group of stupid distributive teenagers so busy talking and making noise but luckily they shut up when one of the staff had a word with them. Seriously don't you hate it when that happens, I mean what's the point in going to watch a film if you're going to just sit there chatting?! However so glad I watched the film!
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