We’re giving Tatum two thumbs up for making a dangerous neighborhood safer in Son of No One. He plays a young cop assigned to a precinct in the working class neighborhood where he grew up, little does he know a secret from the past threatens to destroy his life.
THIS MOVIE WAS TRULEY FLAWLESS! I give it 5 stars for its great action and effects... in love with it definalty my favorite movie
channing tatum if f-ing hott! it really doesnt matter what role he plays, they were all great....i wanted to kill savannah in dar john.. who could do that??! step up was good.. shes the man was funny.. him in gi joe was hott... need i say more!! lol
Lovr them all!!!!!................He's the best!.......... Brad Pitt and Channing Tatum, doesnt get any better!!!
Le Petit Chinois
Elisa, what about coach carter?! :-p
Thanks for spoiling the plot.
dear john was a disappointment not because of tatum but i donot like the female lead nor the story line where she dumps himand her husband knows she loves the tatum character better then him and after her husband dies the tatum character gets back with her. i am old enough to remember vietnam-one of the worst things that can happen to a soldier in some foreign country is to be suddenly dumped. he,s over there with the possibility of dying for his country and the freedom americans enjoy and here this rich college girl is dumping him-probably true to life but ---really really ugh,ugh,ugh
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