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An average cop named John McClane-- no, sorry, John Cale-- is the only person left in Nakatomi Plaza-- sorry, we mean The White House-- who can help save the hostages-- oh, and the President!-- in this weekend's new action thrilled Die H-- White House Down. Yes, White House Down. Can the Roland Emmerich movie overcome the Die Hard comparisons? Can Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx be as good at being action heroes as they are at silly viral videos? Can a child actress not suck for once? We bring Badass Digest's Devin Faraci to find out, as well as picking your answers to our lightning round about favorite movie musical numbers.

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This week's music:
"Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" - Kay Kyser & His Orchestra
"Cool" - West Side Story Soundtrack
"Skid Row" - Little Shop of Horrors Soundtrack
"Anything Goes" - Kate Capshaw from the Temple of Doom Soundtrack
"Johnny B. Goode" - Chuck Berry

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