Welcome everyone to another episode of Don’t Make Me Watch That! – A podcast that celebrates movies and tears them down all in one sitting. Hosted by Andrew Young and Leslie Hudson, each episode presents the critique of a film from the long or recent past that one of us hates and the other one loves. Andrew and Leslie will do what they do best: fight and debate and make fun of one another. It’s all in good fun and for the love of FILM!

This episode, we take a short trip back to 2013 to talk about White House Down. Directed by Roland Emmerich and starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, White House Down follows a capitol policeman who must spring to action to save his daughter and the President from a heavily armed group of invaders that have taken over the White House. It has been documented on past episodes of Geek Hard that Andrew has a major dislike for the “driftwood-like” acting of Channing Tatum. A film starring Tatum in a Die Hard-type role is not something he’s happy about. Leslie loves this movie and loves it even more ’cause Andrew hates it.

Listen as they argue the merits of White House Down and cut each other up in the process. Enjoy.

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Andrew Young

Host/Producer at Geek Hard
Andrew Young has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 15 years as a writer, comedian and director. Andrew is one half of the hosting duo that makes up Geek Hard. He occasionally sleeps but doesn't endorse this behaviour.