Forest Whitaker

  1. ‘The Last Stand’: Arnold Makes His Return to Blowing Sh*t Up

    Arnold makes his official return to the big screen and looks to be in top form doing what he does best – blowing sh*t up and spouting off one-liners.

    August 17, 2012
  2. De Niro and 50 Cent Shack Up in the Cop Drama Freelancers

    Robert De Niro and 50 Cent continue the onscreen romance they started with 2008′s Righteous Kill in the cop drama Freelancers.

    July 27, 2012
  3. New On Netflix: Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

    Jim Jarmusch’s terrific urban fable features a completely convincing performance by Forest Whitaker as a Mafia hitman and a great soundtrack courtesy of RZA.

    March 22, 2012
  4. Catch .44

    Three lady outlaws. One big drug shipment. Endless double crosses.

    December 3, 2011
  5. New On Netflix: Blown Away

    Tommy Lee Jones blows things up and Jeff Bridges tries to stop him in this nerve-shattering thriller featuring some of the worst Irish accents in the history of cinema.

    November 18, 2011
  6. New On Netflix: Panic Room

    David Fincher turns a B-level popcorn flick into an A-list thriller as Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart take a stand against home invasion.

    November 4, 2011
  7. New On Netflix: Smoke

    Harvey Keitel, William Hurt and Forest Whitaker star in director Wayne Wang and writer Paul Auster’s charming collection of New York stories set ’round a Brooklyn cigar shop.

    September 20, 2011
  8. Best Of Netflix: The Madness of Charlie Sheen

    Have you heard about this Charlie Sheen guy and how he’s gone batsh** insane? Here are a few Charlie movies that will help you remember quieter, less psychotic times, all available for your nostalgic pleasure on Netflix Instant.

    March 7, 2011
  9. Full Release: DVD/Blu-Ray

    This week’s new DVD/Blu-Ray releases are headlined by Robin Hood, but there’s some other good stuff in there too.

    September 21, 2010
  10. The Experiment Movie Trailer

    The trailer for The Experiment, starring Adrien Brody and Forrest Whitaker, based on the insane true story of the Stanford Prison Experiment.

    July 17, 2010