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Hamptons International Film Festival - 'The C Word' - Screening

Morgan Freeman, Pascaline Servan-Schreiber, Lori McCreary, Meghan O'Hara , David Nugent - Hamptons International Film Festival - 'The C Word' - Screening at United Artists East Hampton Cinema 6 at UA Cinema - East Hampton, New York, United States - Friday 9th October 2015

Morgan Freeman, Pascaline Servan-Schreiber, Lori McCreary, Meghan O'Hara and David Nugent
Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman
Pascaline Servan-Schreiber, Morgan Freeman and Meghan O'Hara
Lori McCreary, Meghan O'Hara, Morgan Freeman, Nick McKinney and Pascaline Servan-Schreiber
Morgan Freeman

The Paley Center For Media Presents An Evening With 'Madame Secretary'

Lori McCreary and Barbara Hall - The Paley Center For Media presents an evening With 'Madame Secretary' - Arrivals - New York City, United States - Monday 27th April 2015

Lori McCreary and Barbara Hall
Lori McCreary, Bob Schieffer and Barbara Hall
Lori McCreary and Barbara Hall
Tea Leoni, Tim Daly, Barbara Hall, Lori McCreary and Bob Schieffer

2014 CBS Upfront Presentation, New York

Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary - 2014 CBS Upfront Presentation, New York - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 31st December 2008

BBBSLA Spring Luncheon And Fashion Show

Howard Bragman - The Guild Of Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Greater Los Angeles 'Accessories for Success' spring luncheon and fashion show - Arrivals - Beverly Hills, CA, United States - Friday 12th April 2013

Howard Bragman

TV Land Presents: AFI Life Achievement Award Honoring Shirley MacLaine

Lori McCreary, Morgan Freeman and Afi Life Achievement Award - Lori McCreary, Morgan Freeman Thursday 7th June 2012 TV Land Presents: AFI Life Achievement Award Honoring Shirley MacLaine

Invictus Review

Based on John Carlin's book Playing the Enemy, this is an almost too-inspirational story of the integrity and wisdom displayed by Nelson Mandela as he tried to unite his fractured nation. And Freeman was born for this role.

After 27 years as a political prisoner, Nelson Mandela (Freeman) was released in February 1990 and four years later became South Africa's first democratically elected president. Caught between the black majority's yearning for revenge and the white minority's fear of violence, he tenaciously plots a course of reconciliation. His focus becomes the Springbok rugby team, a loathed symbol of white rule. Working with team captain Francois Pienaar (Damon) as the 1995 Rugby World Cup approaches, he knows that getting the whole country behind them will unite people more effectively than political willpower.

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Feast Of Love Review

In Godard's Contempt, Michel Piccoli explains the depth of his love for Brigitte Bardot as "totally... tenderly... tragically." The characters in Robert Benton's autumnal meditation on the meaning of love, Feast of Love, all dive into love with blinders on like Piccoli, drowning in their own respective seas of love.

Bradley (Greg Kinnear) is an affable, eternally optimistic schlimazel who runs Jitters, a tiny coffee shop in an Oregon college town, a guy that burbles out statements like, "I think love is everything; the only meaning we have to this crazy dream." Bradley is so likeable and easygoing that he is ripe to be trampled upon by the love beast and he is. Twice. First, his wife Kathryn (Selma Blair) leaves him for another woman. He then falls head over heels in love with cool-drink-of-water real-estate agent Diana (Radha Mitchell), who ends up marrying Bradley, despite her continuing to engage in carnal relations with David (Billy Burke). Bradley relates his stretch of news from the lovelorn to his friend Harry (Morgan Freeman), Harry calmly telling Bradley, "At least this time it's with a guy."

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10 Items Or Less Review

It's not going to ruin anything to tell you that nothing happens in 10 Items or Less. Yeah, it's one of those kinds of movies. A couple of characters (only one of whom even has a name) spend a day together, doing menial tasks, and getting to know one another. Night falls. The movie is over. That's what we have here. And, for the most part, it works.

The nameless man is Morgan Freeman, playing a Hollywood actor who's researching a role as a lower-class service worker, so he's spending copious amounts of time in the barrio in L.A. At a rundown supermarket he encounters Scarlet (Paz Vega), who agrees to let him tag along with her on a day of mindless errands and fast food. They eat at Arby's, get the car washed, and watch an in-store demo of a "magic" towel at Target. (Freeman's expression when free mops are offered to the crowd is priceless.)

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Under Suspicion Review

It's an interesting box drama, and given its huge stars -- Morgan Freeman and Gene Hackman -- it's amazing this is a "First on Max" thriller. Hackman plays a tax attorney in Puerto Rico who discovers a strangled girl's body on his morning run. He is brought in to answer "just a few questions," but soon it becomes clear he is the prime suspect. Or is he being framed? Is his gorgeous wife (Monica Belucci) involved? Maybe the cops?

The use of flashbacks is interesting and unique -- replaying scenes over and over with a different spin. And the film truly keeps you guessing, though it goes out of the way to make Hackman look guilty. But what's up with the nonsense ending?

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