Lee Daniels The Butler (2013)
Torrent Details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: Lee Daniels
Starring: Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack
Cecil Gaines served eight presidents at the White House its a BUTLER, civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other events that affect my life, family and the American public during the term of office.
This movie is really cool because it shows the story in a way that will make you want it. This film also shows how difficult it was to survive in a not-so-far-off past.This film is about a person named Cecil, who is black and the film is set in a time before all treated equally and had equal rights. Cecil's father is killed by a white man who has not been arrested, he has not even spoken to by the police. Cecil goes to work for a woman as her butler, but eventually runs away. Eventually, when he is older, he becomes president butler. He serves to meet them. And people However, his son is arrested again, he gets up with Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil rights movement and take their attention away from their work. The main characters in this film is Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker), Earl Gaines (David Banner), Gloria Gaines (Oprah Winfrey) and Louis Gaines (David Oyelowo). My favorite character is Cecil because he works so hard and just want to change things. He says that a black man has never launched in the 21 years that he worked for presidents and he does not think the fair.My favorite part of this movie is every time Cecil speaks to the Presidents. He is so honest and so nice of them. He inspired me to be more intelligent to speak without saying the wrong things. He worked for seven presidents, so he had a lot of practice. I recommend this movie for ages 10 and up, because this movie has a lot of adult language. The film tells of the struggle for equal rights for all people is something I remember from watching Lincoln. It is historically violence and a lot of terms I do not understand. Reviewed by Anthony A, Kids First! Film criticism. For more reviews, go to kidsfirst.org