When ex-special forces agents stage a coup in the capital, beaten down cop Channing Tatum teams up with surprisingly capable president Jamie Foxx to wrestle back control of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the stupid but handsome, White House Down. The plot is bonkers, but it somehow remains enjoyably more reasonable than the exact same scenario in this summer's earlier, abysmal Olympus Has Fallen. Director Roland Emmerich, who has blown up the White House a few times on screen, paints in broad but colourful strokes. Meanwhile, Channing and Foxx's impromptu action buddies do well atop a cast of cheesy performances put forth by everyone from James Woods to Maggie Gyllenhaal. Repetitious gunplay and clunky family duties bloat the runtime well beyond what's needed, but at the very least it's nice to see all the things White House Down gets right after watching all the ways Olympus went wrong.