While on a tour of the White House with his young daughter, Capitol policeman (and Secret Service hopeful) John Cale springs into action to save his child and protect the president from a heavily armed group of paramilitary invaders.
You’ve seen the Everything Action crew’s Top Ten movies of 2013 but now it’s time to see what the worst movies of 2013 were.
Tons of stuff out this week (unlike last week) including our Pick of the Week, Mad Men Season Six along with a bunch of complete TV series and anniversary editions.
One of two Hercules movies coming out next year, The Legend Begins finds Kellan Lutz as the mythic hero, banished and forced into becoming a gladiator by an evil king.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss Schwarzenegger and Stallone locked in future prison, natural disaster/animal hybrids, Captain Planet villains, the Terminator timeline, Ray Donovan, Woody Allen capers and much more.
The bar for “Die Hard in the White House” movies was set incredibly high by Olympus Has Fallen earlier this year and not only does White House Down not match it, it trips and face plants on it’s way to try and match it.
Monsters University kept the top spot at the box office this weekend while The Heat had a solid opening and White House Down has seemingly lost the “Die Hard in the White House” battle to Olympus Has Fallen.
A pair of action comedies face off this week with White House Down and The Heat.
The bar was set incredibly high for White House Down this weekend by Mike Banning and his attempts to rescue the president from North Korean terrorists in Olympus Has Fallen.
From his second album, “Unpredictable”, comes the Jamie Foxx single, “Extravaganza”, where Foxx has a crazy one night stand with a girl after drinking way too much at the bar. The music video for the song puts a weird, murder/police spin on the whole thing.