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Lee Daniels The Butler (2013)

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Year: 2013
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: Lee Daniels
Starring: Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack

As Cecil Gaines served under eight presidential term as a butler at the White House, the movement for civil rights, Vietnam, and other significant events have influenced this mans life, family and American society.
Scannáni is really nice, because to do so history shows interest. The film also shows how hard it was to survive in the film not-so-far-off distance past.This about someone named Cecil are black and scannána set in the time before all treated the same way and have the same rights. Cecils father is killed by a white man, is not caught, it is not even talked to the police. Cecil goes to work for a woman like her butler, but eventually escapes. In the end, when he is older, he becomes the presidential Butler. It is used to them and meet people. However, the baby continues to stop several times because he is standing up to Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil rights movement and it takes attention away from his work. The main characters in this film Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker), Earl Gaines (David Banner), Glory Gaines (Oprah Winfrey), and Louis Gaines (David Oyelowo). It is my favorite character because he works so hard Cecil and want to change things. It says that a black man has ever advanced in the 21 years he worked for presidents and he does not think this is fair.My favorite part in this movie every time the president speaks Cecil. It's so honest and so chineála them. He pushed me to speak more intelligently, to say the wrong things. It did the job for seven presidents that he had a lot of practice. I recommend this movie for ages 10 and up, because the scannána lot of adult language. The film is about a lot of the struggle for equal rights for all men, that is one thing that I remember watching Lincoln. Violence is historical and a lot of terms that I did not fully understand. Reviewed by Anthony A, KIDS FIRST! Movie reviews. For more reviews, go to

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