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Asalto al poder

Asalto al poder
Asalto al poder Rating: 58 out of 100 based on 37 reviews.

White House Down es una futura película de acción y suspenso estadounidense dirigida por Roland Emmerich, trata sobre el asalto a la Casa Blanca por un grupo paramilitar. El guión fue escrito por James Vanderbilt y cuenta con estrellas como Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx y Maggie Gyllenhaal. La película se estrenará el 28 de junio de 2013.

Argumento

Cuando un grupo paramilitar dirigido por Stenz (Jason Clarke) toma el control de la Casa Blanca, el oficial de policía del capitolio John Cale (Channing Tatum), un solicitante rechazado al Servicio Secreto, debe rescatar al presidente de los Estados Unidos James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) mientras trata de mantener a su hija Emily (Joey King) fuera de peligro.

Interpretación
Jamie Foxx

President Sawyer
Nicolas Wright

Donnie the Guide
Michael Murphy

Vice President Hammond
Lance Reddick

General Caulfield
Matt Craven

Agent Kellerman
Jake Weber

Agent Hope
Producción
Director:Roland Emmerich
Producer:Reid Carolin (executive producer)
Roland Emmerich (producer)
Ute Emmerich (executive producer)
Volker Engel (co-producer)
Brad Fischer (producer)
Larry J. Franco (producer)
Laeta Kalogridis (producer)
Harald Kloser (producer)
James Vanderbilt (producer)
Marc Weigert (co-producer)
Channing Tatum (executive producer)
Writer:James Vanderbilt (written by)
Valoraciones de Asalto al poder
ScreenWize
A great set up and a gripping middle section to this thriller are undone by an overdose of patriotic nostalgia in the final act – but this is Roland Emmerich, the Kaiser of disaster movies, so it’s best to sit back, enjoy the popcorn and take in...
Leer crítica21 sep 2013
iHaveNet.com
If you see just one terrorists-take-over-the-White House thriller this year, make it "White House Down." Even if you saw the dour and bloody "Olympus Has Fallen," which has a lot in common with "White House Down," you owe it to yourself to check out...
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
It’s déjà vu all over again in this second film of the season in which terrorists invade the White House, leaving an aspiring Secret Service Agent to save the day. The concept is familiar from “Olympus Has Fallen” but, this time, the characters at...
Leer crítica29 jun 2013
CinemaBlend.com
John McTiernan’s Die Hard will forever stand as one of the greatest action films of all time – and the genius, really, is in its simplicity. You can’t help but love the explosive fireworks, breathtaking stunts and brilliant one-liners, but really...
Houston Press
In this, the 25th year since the release of Die Hard -- possibly the finest pure action movie ever made -- it's fitting we'd get a movie that isn't "Die Hard on a Boat" (Under Siege), or "Die Hard on a Bus (Speed), or even "Die Hard in the Rain"...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
Valoraciones de Asalto al poder
ScreenWize
A great set up and a gripping middle section to this thriller are undone by an overdose of patriotic nostalgia in the final act – but this is Roland Emmerich, the Kaiser of disaster movies, so it’s best to sit back, enjoy the popcorn and take in...
Leer crítica21 sep 2013
iHaveNet.com
If you see just one terrorists-take-over-the-White House thriller this year, make it "White House Down." Even if you saw the dour and bloody "Olympus Has Fallen," which has a lot in common with "White House Down," you owe it to yourself to check out...
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
It’s déjà vu all over again in this second film of the season in which terrorists invade the White House, leaving an aspiring Secret Service Agent to save the day. The concept is familiar from “Olympus Has Fallen” but, this time, the characters at...
Leer crítica29 jun 2013
CinemaBlend.com
John McTiernan’s Die Hard will forever stand as one of the greatest action films of all time – and the genius, really, is in its simplicity. You can’t help but love the explosive fireworks, breathtaking stunts and brilliant one-liners, but really...
Houston Press
In this, the 25th year since the release of Die Hard -- possibly the finest pure action movie ever made -- it's fitting we'd get a movie that isn't "Die Hard on a Boat" (Under Siege), or "Die Hard on a Bus (Speed), or even "Die Hard in the Rain"...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
Richard Roeper.com
“Everyone in “White House Down” is an idiot, clinically insane, a cliché, or a vehicle for shameless exploitation.”
RedEye
In March, it was “Olympus Has Fallen.” Now the security breach is more directly described as “White House Down.” We're very close to a title just spelling out, “Oh Crap, The Oval Office Is On Fire.”
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
tonymacklin.net
After seeing White House Down, you could well leave the theater as I did, saying, "God, that was an awful movie."
Leer crítica29 jun 2013
Sacramento News & Review
Like Olympus Has Fallen, released three months ago, director Roland Emmerich’s White House Down is laced with images echoing September 11, 2001. What else are we to think when flames erupt from the columns of the United States’ Capitol dome, and the...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
NJ.com
If you're only going to see one film this year about a home invasion at the White House (and the lone hero who comes to the rescue) — well, then you probably already have. And that's too bad.
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
One Guy's Opinion
Home invasion thrillers have always been a staple of movies—just this month “The Purge” proved an unaccountably successful example of the genre—but only recently has the White House become the target.
Atlantic City Weekly
White House Down is an enjoyable popcorn movie that had the misfortune of following another “White House with terrorists” movie earlier this year, Olympus Has Fallen. Despite being far superior to the dark, ugly Olympus, and featuring higher...
Leer crítica3 jul 2013
MediaMikes
Rolland Emmerich has always been the man behind some of the summer’s biggest and most violent blockbusters. From aliens blowing up world landmarks, Mel Gibson massacring the British and the foaming at the mouth wrath of mother nature, Emmerich has a...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Hey wait, doesn't this all seem a little familiar? Didn't Gerard Butler just save the president from North Korea? Who's screwing with the commander in chief now? OK, to be fair James Vanderbilt's script for WHITE HOUSE DOWN was already making...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
Eric D. Snider
For a German guy, Roland Emmerich has demonstrated an unusual interest in American history, government, and iconography. Or in blowin' it up, anyway. The director of "Independence Day," "Godzilla," "The Patriot," "The Day After Tomorrow," and "2012"...
The Film Yap
Everything’s so gosh-darn dark. Iron Man’s wrestling with his psyche. Superman’s all angsty. Vin Diesel can’t spare a smirk. Heck, the new “Star Trek” flick put “Darkness” in the title. Even most of the comedies have seemed more a chore than a lark.
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
How could a movie in which the President shoots a rocket from the back of a limousine during a car chase on the White House lawn possibly be boring? Roland Emmerich somehow finds a way in the numbing “White House Down,” a movie that make absolutely...
Leer crítica26 jun 2013
EFilmCritic.com
Earlier this year, it was a big deal when 80s action staples resurfaced from the woodworks. Well, in a perfect would it would have been a big deal; instead, the best of these efforts (Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return in “The Last Stand”)...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
Crave Online
White House Down is a glorious return to the days when action movies could be fun without ruining everyone’s afternoon with sulky anti-heroes and uncomfortable subtext, unless you count unapologetically aggrandizing President Barack Obama...
Leer crítica26 jun 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Director Roland Emmerich, having already laid waste to the White House in “Independence Day,” is back for seconds in “White House Down,” in which D.C. cop Channing Tatum’s John Cale turns into an impromptu bodyguard to Jamie Foxx’s President James...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
The A.V. Club
Roland Emmerich’s White House Down is an entertaining throwback to the action blockbusters of the 1990s. Seemingly modeled on Die Hard With A Vengeance, it pitches a wisecracking duo—one a cop, the other a fidgety civilian—against an army of colorful...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
First and foremost, White House Down is a comedy. It's unclear if the film realizes the extent of its own comedic accomplishment, but it is fair and safe to say that screenwriter James Vanderbilt and director Roland Emmerich are at least...
Leer crítica26 jun 2013
Cole Smithey
Although its plot gymnastics are idiotic to the point of parody, “White House Down” makes a smart point about how vicious, cunning, and vengeful America’s power-hungry politicians are. They all want to be king for a day, and don’t give a damn about how...
Leer crítica26 jun 2013
NOLA.com
First, a history lesson: When terrorists overtake the executive mansion in the very July Fourth-y action film "White House Down," it won't mark the first time the iconic building has been ransacked.
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
Reel Views
White House Down is what it's advertised to be: a Roland Emmerich Film. Those familiar with the director's work won't be surprised by anything in the movie. It follows the Emmerich template: a spectacle-tinged, compelling setup; a dumb, disappointing...
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
Aisle Seat
It's always weird when Hollywood releases two movies with identical plots within a few months of each other. It's even weirder when neither of them are very good. Two tries and no one could get it right? Really?! Back in March, Olympus Has Fallen...
Entertainment Weekly
Roland Emmerich may never win an Oscar (I'm going out on a limb here), but he gets my vote as the greatest practitioner of good bad movies working in Hollywood today. I don't mean that as a backhanded compliment. Seriously.
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
StarTribune.com
Amid the summer glut of brainless, overproduced action movies, do we really need a “Die Hard” movie set at 1600 Pennsylvania Av.? Well, yes we do, if it delivers such a jolt of lightning-bolt excitement that your system is still crackling hours later.
Leer crítica28 jun 2013
ComingSoon.net
Like all good action movie heroes, John Cale (Channing Tatum) is an overachiever trapped in a screw-up's body. He's not very organized, not always very serious, not always able to finish what he starts. It's what ruined his marriage and distanced...
stltoday.com
Pity the poor White House. Completed in 1800, the presidential residence was burned by the British in 1814, invaded by aliens in “Mars Attacks” and desecrated by the various bubbas and cowboys who’ve lived there. Just three months ago...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
NorthShoreMovies.net
All the critics who mocked those of us who showed love for “Olympus Has Fallen” in March are going to have an even tougher time with WHITE HOUSE DOWN. The cast and the plot details have changed, but it’s essentially the same story: the White House has...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
Las Vegas Weekly
Three months ago, Gerard Butler played a troubled Secret Service agent who was the only guy capable of saving the U.S. president from a terrorist incursion into the White House in the mostly terrible Olympus Has Fallen.
Leer crítica26 jun 2013
Reel Film Reviews
A refreshingly old-school actioner, White House Down follows aspiring Secret Service agent John Cale (Channing Tatum) as he's forced to spring into action after the title locale is stormed by terrorists - with the movie primarily detailing Cale's...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Popcorn director Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day"/"2012"/"Godzilla") helms this overlong idiotic noisy summer blockbuster action pic that hits rock bottom in his Hollywood oeuvre. I can't think of one thing I liked about it.
Leer crítica29 jun 2013
Express.co.uk
What took all of a few seconds in Emmerich’s Independence Day, however, here takes the best part of two hours as terrorists take over America’s most famous address.
Leer crítica12 sep 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Forever etching his name on the ‘blacklist’ of the highest office in Washington, Roland Emmerich is back at destroying the official residence of the President of the United States. As if it wasn’t enough to have aliens blow up the White House...
TotalFilm.com
How can the same shit happen to the same house twice? That’s the question that hovers over Roland Emmerich’s newest like Marine One on the White House lawn, given it’s the second actioner this year to have a hostile takeover of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue...
Leer crítica2 sep 2013
Antagony & Ecstasy
Narratives need premises, that's just how it works. Without a premise, you've just got people standing around with nothing to do. So, let's go ahead and let Olympus Has Fallen have its premise: North Korean terrorists have taken over the White House...
Leer crítica29 mar 2013
Interpretación
Channing Tatum...Cale
Jamie Foxx...President Sawyer
Maggie Gyllenhaal...Finnerty
Jason Clarke...Stenz
Richard Jenkins...Raphelson
Joey King...Emily
James Woods...Walker
Nicolas Wright...Donnie the Guide
Jimmi Simpson...Tyler
Michael Murphy...Vice President Hammond
Rachelle Lefevre...Melanie
Lance Reddick...General Caulfield
Matt Craven...Agent Kellerman
Jake Weber...Agent Hope
Peter Jacobson...Wallace
Garcelle Beauvais...Alison Sawyer
Kevin Rankin...Killick
Neil Napier...Tank Commander
Falk Hentschel...Motts
Jackie Geary...Jenna
Anthony Lemke...Captain Hutton
Romano Orzari...Mulcahy
Patrick Sabongui...Bobby
Kwasi Songui...North Gate Guard
Vincent Leclerc...Agent Todd
Andrew Shaver...Young Agent
Yardly Kavanagh...President's Secretary
Faber Dewar...Colonel Cameron
Lee Villeneuve...Chen
Mark Antony Krupa...Naval Aide - Pentagon
Martin Thibaudeau...Air Force Colonel
Rhys Williams...Sniper
Andreas Apergis...Ritter
Andrew Simms...Roger Skinner
Catherine Lemieux...Midwestern Woman
Kyle Gatehouse...Conrad
Richard Bradshaw...Naval Commander
Barbara Williams...Muriel Walker
Victor Cornfoot...Agent Reid
Anatoly Zinoviev...Vadim
Leni Parker...Speaker's Assistant
Brent Skagford...Marine One Pilot
Todd van der Heyden...Reporter in Helicopter
Paul Van Der Heyden...Helicopter Pilot
Ahmed Mekallach...Marine Guard
Raphael Grosz-Harvey...National Guardsman
Chad Connell...Gabriel Byrnes
Ralph Prosper...Washington Policeman
Jennifer Morehouse...Female Army Major
Simon Gouveia...Tank Gunner
Frank Cavallaro...Reporter
Lori Graham...Reporter
Barry Morgan...Reporter
Andrew Peplowski...Reporter
Timothy F. Sargeant...Reporter
Tarah Schwartz...Reporter
Dan Duran...Reporter
David Haydn-Jones...Reporter
Janette Luu...Reporter
Tamara Sutherland...Reporter
Seamus O'Regan...Reporter
Lauren Sanchez...Reporter
Chris Schauble...Reporter
Brooke Anderson...Reporter
Ben Mankiewicz...Reporter
John Hans Tester...Reporter
Shawn Campbell...Submarine Commander
Patrick John Costello...NORAD Technician
Nina Lauren...Sgt Major
Simon Northwood...DC Sonic #3 (uncredited)
Patrick Kerton...Mercenary #2 (uncredited)
Alain Moussi...Agent Reid's Partner (uncredited)
John MacDonald...Security Guard #2 (uncredited)
Colby Chartrand...DC Sonic #1 (uncredited)
Louis Paquette...DC Sonic #2 (uncredited)
Stéphane Dargis...Park Police (uncredited)
Mario Geoffrey...Midwestern Father (uncredited)
Marc Primeau...Brave Tourist (uncredited)
Mélodie Simard...Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Lindsay Owen Pierre...F-22 Pilot (uncredited)
Mizinga Mwinga...Blackhawk Pilot #2 (uncredited)
Joey Klein...TV Producer (uncredited)
Darryl Scheelar...DC Sonic #5 (uncredited)
Tristan D. Lalla...Pentagon Computer / Captain (uncredited)
Holden Wong...Cantonese Reporter (uncredited)
Maurizio Terrazzano...Blackhawk Pilot #3 (uncredited)
Benoit Priest...Bad Ass Crowd (uncredited)
Maxime Laferriere...Police Driver (uncredited)
Shiva Safari...Persian News Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Jarman...Radar Tech #1 (uncredited)
Dan Bingham...Nuclear Scientist (uncredited)
Karl Dorcin...Royal Army's Commander (uncredited)
Kren Clausen...Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos...Secret service agent (uncredited)
Griffin O'Connor...Tourist #3 (uncredited)
Jim Gunter...Air Force Colonel (uncredited)
Frédéric Gilles...French Reporter (uncredited)
Benjamin Dawley-Anderson...Army Staff Sergeant (uncredited)
Jason Gosbee...Secret Service Agent Green (uncredited)
Serge Martineau...3 stars General / US Marine Corps, US Navy - Pentagon Command Center (uncredited)
Stephan Parent...Marine One Co-Pilot (uncredited)
Tony Truax...Office Worker (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Roland Emmerich
Producer:Reid Carolin (executive producer)
Roland Emmerich (producer)
Ute Emmerich (executive producer)
Volker Engel (co-producer)
Brad Fischer (producer)
Larry J. Franco (producer)
Laeta Kalogridis (producer)
Harald Kloser (producer)
James Vanderbilt (producer)
Marc Weigert (co-producer)
Channing Tatum (executive producer)
Writer:James Vanderbilt (written by)
Composer:Harald Kloser
Thomas Wanker
Cinematographer:Anna Foerster (director of photography)
Editing:Adam Wolfe
Casting:John Papsidera
Production Design:Kirk M. Petruccelli
Art Director:David Gaucher
Isabelle Guay (supervising art director)
Jean-Pierre Paquet
Robert Parle
Charlotte Rouleau
Sandi Tanaka
Martina Javorova
Set Decorator:Marie-Soleil Dénommé
Paul Hotte
David Laramy
Costume Design:Lisy Christl
Makeup:Charles Carter (key makeup artist)
Annick Chartier (makeup department co-head)
Beate Eisele (key makeup artist)
Nathalie Garon (key extras hairstylist)
Félix Larivière (head hair designer)
Thomas Nellen (makeup department head)
Nathalie Trépanier (makeup artist)
Marianne Bobet (assistant makeup artist)
Cécile Rigault (makeup artist)
Ronald J. Rolfe (hair stylist)
Lyne Lapiana (hair stylist)
Melissa Fafard (makeup artist)
Sonia Ngadi (assistant makeup artist)
Fanny Vachon (makeup artist)
Rocco Stallone (hair stylist)
D. Nicole (makeup artist)
Janie Otis (assistant hair stylist: crowd)
Sabrina Trudel (makeup artist)
Production Management:Daniel Auclair (production manager)
Daniel Boudreau (unit manager: second unit, Montreal)
Josette Perrotta (unit production manager)
Haley Sweet (production supervisor: additional photography)
Drew Locke (production manager)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version)
Manon Rufer (assistant unit manager)
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