"White House Down" is the patriotic thriller from director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow). It stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum, who's chemistry is brilliant. There's almost no sex or romance, but there's language, including a single "f--k you," and "pr--k," plus "s--t," "b--ch," "a--hole," "g-d--n," and "h--l." High-tech thermal equipment reveals (through a building) the outline of two people on top of each other (sex is implied), however you only see it for seconds. John agrees to provide a young female aid "dinner and more than second base"for her help getting him a Secret Service interview and a White House pass for his daughter. During a White House tour, a woman wants to see a secret tunnel that John F. Kennedy purportedly used to smuggle Marilyn Monroe into the White House for his alleged affair with her. We hear that John and his wife welcomed little Emily into the world just six months after they were married. Although the violence in the film is often downplayed by comedic overtones, there's lots of it and an extremely high body count (collateral damage), but there are only a few bloody injuries. People die of bullet wounds, explosions and blunt force. The weapons range from hand and machine guns, to grenades and anti-aircraft missiles, military helicopter, and nuclear missiles. There are also a few hand-to-hand battles, executions or close-range murders. Civilians, including an 11-year-old girl and a school group are held hostage and threatened. The president chews Niccorette gum and is obviously a former smoker. A staffer for the vice president drinks on a plane. Overall, "White House Down" is a patriotic thriller, that's ridiculous, violent and entertaining.