The United States White House under siege by a paramilitary group seems like a perfect plot for a summer blockbuster action movie. Actor Jamie Foxx as President Sawyer teams up with John Cale played by Channing Tatum as they go up against a mercenary villain named Emil Stenz (Jason Clarke).
For more on the plot specifics of this movie visit wikipedia’s entry for White House Down.
While reading a movie’s plot summary from wikipedia or reading a famous movie critic’s review from a blog or print magazine can be a great source of information to help you determine if you’d like to see this movie or not it is not the only thing that is a good indicator of a film’s entertainment value.
Reading tweets and posts from regular people on Facebook and Twitter tagged with movie related hashtags is an even better way to experience a hit movie; either before or after you see it. Tweets and Status Posts tagged with these hashtags are like a collective resource that include people’s comments on the movie as well as links to online articles, news, important events, pictures and videos related to the movie.
Below is a table of two columns that feature White House Down hashtags. The left side is for popular trending White House Down hashtags tagged in real time tweets from Twitter feeds from various sources while the right column lists popular trending hashtags tagged in status posts streaming in real time on Facebook. The adoption of hashtags tagged in Facebook posts is a new, much anticipated and highly over due feature available to over a billion Facebook users.
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