Channing Tatum Movies

Saturday, April 16 by Isabel Prontes

One entertaining way in which to have a light-hearted or dramatic cinematic experience is by watching a variety of Channing Tatum movies. Channing Tatum is a Cullman, Alabama-born actor who has been a staple on the Hollywood scene since the early 2000s. The tall and green-eyed actor is most known for films such as "The Eagle," "Dear John," "Stop-Loss" and "She's the Man."

  1. "The Eagle" is an adventure drama that hit theaters in the winter of 2011. The movie is based on the 1954 Rosemary Sutcliff book which is called "The Eagle of the Ninth." The movie is centured around a youthful Roma centurion and his desire to uncover the history of his late father and his legion. The cast includes Channing Tatum, Denis O'Hare, Donald Sutherland and Jamie Bell.
  2. "Dear John" is a sentimental romantic drama that came out in February of 2010. In "Dear John," Channing Tatum stars as the title character, John Tyree. The heartwarming movie is about the romance that develops between a soldier and a young female student, while he is away from the Army on leave. Amanda Seyfried, Henry Thomas and Richard Jenkins also star.
  3. "Stop-Loss" is a 2008 drama that stars Ryan Phillippe, Channing Tatum, Abbie Cornish, Rob Brown, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Victor Rasuk and Alex Frost. "Stop-Loss" focuses on a soldier who comes back to the United States after spending time in Iraq, only to discover he is obligated to go back to duty immediately.
  4. "She's the Man" is a bubbly teenage romantic comedy that came out in early 2006. "She's the Man" is centered around Viola, who is played by actress Amanda Bynes. In the movie, Viola attempts to disguise herself as her brother in an attempt to impersonate him at his school, while he's away on a transatlantic vacation. The cast consists of Channing Tatum, Vinnie Jones, Laura Ramsey and Julie Hagerty.
  5. "The Dilemma" is a 2011 comedy film that has a star-studded cast of Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Channing Tatum, Winona Ryder, Jennifer Connelly and Queen Latifah. The primary "dilemma" of the Ron Howard-directed dramatic comedy is the trouble that is causes a man upon discovering that his closest friend's wife is cheating.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            -Isabel Pronte

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