All I can say is God bless Netflix... If I had actually paid money to see this steaming pail of squirrel-vomit, I would probably have been pretty upset. Seriously, Netflix is awesome. Now that I don't have any real money riding on it (aside from the $8 per month pittance fee), I can actually sit back and quietly enjoy crap-movies again.
My biggest disappointment in the movie was I didn't get to see Morgan Freeman respond to the evil-Korean-terrorist-dude: "So, let me see if I understand your grand strategy here: Now that you have successfully cornered yourself in a 19th Century mansion and intentionally allowed yourself to be surrounded by a small army of police -- and a rather larger army of, well, Army... What you're saying is that all I have to do is be a complete dick to you and meet exactly zero of your demands (thereby earning me all sorts of points with the constituency that you just shot up something fierce), and you'll basically make me the next president of the United States? So... What exactly is my down-side here?"
I don't know which movie is copied but i've seen two movies on same subject.
Wow. After seeing both White House Down and Olympus Has Fallen, I can confidently say that though the idea is the same of terrorists taking over the Whitehouse, both directors (Roland Emmerich and Antoine Fuqua) made the movies extremely different. Overall I think that Faqua picked a great cast of actors and actresses and they played their roles at the best of their ability. I honestly do not think that White House Down was better than Olympus Has Fallen or vice versa. I do recommend you see this movie like a good son though just go into it with a little bit of caution because there are times where I cringed at the gory scenes. The deciding factor of which movie the audience would rather see though basically is would you rather see a comedy action movie (White House Down) or an action thriller (Olympus Has Fallen)
And Hollywood can't figure out why their revenues keep falling year after year.