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Is Forest Whitaker Twice As Good As Al Pacino?

The hardworking staff noted with interest this item in yesterday’s New York Times Arts, Briefly column.

Forest Whitaker Will Make Broadway Debut

Forest Whitaker, the Academy Award winning film star, will…

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The Last King of Scotland

The feature debut of documentarian Kevin Maconald (Marley), The Last King of Scotland is a 2006 historical thriller – not about Alex Salmond, but former Ugandan President Idi Amin (Forest Whittaker). 298 more words

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Oscar winner Forest Whitaker joins Star Wars Anthology

Just when I thought my excitement for the first installment of the Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One could not climb higher…The film has a fascinating plot: it’s a heist movie, set between… 137 more words

The Last King Of Scotland

Kevin Macdonald’s The Last King Of Scotland tell the story of the brutal Ugandan dictator Idi Amin as seen by his fictitious physician. This movie if filled with powerful performances from both Forest Whitaker who plays Idi Amin and also won an Oscar for this movie and James McAvoy who plays his physician Dr. 237 more words

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Review: Black Sea

by Brandon Vick

Kevin Macdonald, director of The Last King of Scotland and State of Play, takes us to the very bottom of the ocean for a solid, well-executed submarine thriller being steered by a commanding performance by Jude Law. 307 more words

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Podcast: Kevin Macdonald on the Making of Black Sea

http://kamlabhattshow.com/content/910620/maincontent/mp3/broadband/KevinMacDonald-KamlaShow.mp3
LISTEN: Kevin Macdonald on the Making of Black Sea

Academy Award Winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald’s Black Sea” releases today in San Francisco bay area. 319 more words

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The Last King of Scotland (2006) - Viewed 18/01/2015

Director: Kevin Macdonald

Featuring: Forest Whittaker, James McAvoy, Kerry Washington, Gillian Anderson, David Oyelowo

Genre: Biography, Drama, History

Age Rating: 15

Running Time: 123 Minutes… 260 more words

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