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Current Rating: 4.23

Current Rating: 4.23

based on 326 votes and 25 reviews

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  • Nicely done, very good... hey wasn't that the guy from chronicals of Narnia? lol, what a change in films? back to the point, great movie, keeps you interested, see it!
  • Not only a movie that is interestingly informative, it also shows what good acting is all about. Forest Whitaker makes you believe it`s the man (Idi Amin) playing himself, instead of an actor playing the man(Amin). An Oscar for whitaker`s performance was inevitable.
  • a ggod one to see. 4 stars
  • Absolutely awesome acting on Forest Whitaker`s part and the rest of the cast as well. This is a movie that gives you a bang for your buck, and worth every penny and minute of watching!! I will definitely be buying the DVD.
  • This was a great imformative movie. I wonder how many people really take these stories to heart.
  • 5 Star. Anyone who doesnt "get it" are probably the same idiots who giggled and laugh all through the Chris Rock trailer. This is worth seeing, but perhaps only for a thinking audience; not recommended for those who cannot find Africa on the map.
  • It was interesting... can`t believe they killed so many people... that is just crazy!!!
  • I really enjoyed the movie. I was actually taken aback as the movie unfolded. Wow very tense and very dramatic. Came home and went online to read all about Idi Amin. The man wasan animal. the movie portrayed that fact very very well.
  • Great story that takes you to Uganda for two hours and doesn`t let you leave.
  • amazing...a must see...great story, great actors, all good!

The Last King of Scotland

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  121 min.
Release date:  October 6, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  April 17, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 4.23
based on 326 votes and 25 reviews
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Cast: Forest Whitaker, James McAvoy, Kerry Washington, Simon McBurney, Gillian Anderson