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First Daughter (24-Sep-2004)

Director: Forest Whitaker

Writers: Jessica Bendinger; Jerry O'Connell; Kate Kondell

Score by: Michael Kamen; Blake Neely

Producers: John Davis; Mike Karz; Wyck Godfrey

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, POTUS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
12-Jan-1980   Why Don't We Fall in Love
Marc Blucas
11-Jan-1972   Riley Finn on Buffy
Margaret Colin
26-May-1957   As the World Turns
Katie Holmes
18-Dec-1978   Joey Potter on Dawson's Creek
Michael Keaton
9-Sep-1951   Batman
Jay Leno
Talk Show Host
28-Apr-1950   The Tonight Show
Barry Livingston
17-Dec-1953   Ernie Douglas on My Three Sons
Joan Rivers
8-Jun-1933 4-Sep-2014 Can we talk?
Melissa Rivers
TV Personality
20-Jan-1968   Daughter of Joan Rivers
Lela Rochon
17-Apr-1964   Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Forest Whitaker
15-Jul-1961   Ghost Dog


Katie Holmes   ...   Samantha
Marc Blucas   ...   James
Amerie   ...   Mia
Margaret Colin   ...   Melanie Mackenzie
Lela Rochon   ...   Liz Pappas
Michael Keaton   ...   President Mackenzie
Michael Milhoan   ...   Agent Bock
Dwayne Adway   ...   Agent Dylan
Hollis Hill   ...   Agent Colvin
Ken Moreno   ...   Agent Mercer
Andrew Caple-Shaw   ...   Agent Dryer
Alex Avant   ...   Shift Leader
Barry Livingston   ...   Press Secretary
Piper Cochrane   ...   Communications Director
Adam Donshik   ...   First Lady's Chief of Staff
Damon Whitaker   ...   Charles
Steve Tom   ...   Sen. Downer
Peter White   ...   College Dean
Parry Shen   ...   Rally Leader
Johnny Sneed   ...   English Professor
Marilyn McIntyre   ...   Teacher at Party
Ryan Raddatz   ...   Frat Guy #1
Toby Moore   ...   Frat Guy #2
Freddy Bouciegues   ...   Dancing Frat Guy
Austin Priester   ...   Dancing Frat Guy
Scott Hamm   ...   Frat Guy with Water Gun
Philip Boyd   ...   Frank
Katrina Connor   ...   Sorority Gal #1
Natalie Core   ...   Lady with Camera
Teck Holmes   ...   Mia's Flame
Sophia Chang   ...   Sorority Gal #2
Justine Wachsberger   ...   Passing Student
Andrea Avery   ...   Linda Patterson
Sheila Shaw   ...   Health Center Receptionist
Ann Ryerson   ...   Nurse Practitioner
Andy Umberger   ...   Secret Service Supervisor
Maņe Andrew   ...   Mia's Visitor
Jeff Michael   ...   News Reporter
Kent Shocknek   ...   Contentious Reporter
Maria Quiban   ...   White House Reporter #1
Ted Garcia   ...   White House Reporter #2
Tim Liles   ...   Reporter on Street
Dan Brinkle   ...   Caucus Host
Michael Connor   ...   Protestor #1
Nicole Avant   ...   Protestor #2
Brian A. Smith   ...   Guy on Street
Tore Birkedal   ...   Pizza Guy
Gunther Jensen   ...   Football Coach
Vera Wang   ...   Herself
Joan Rivers   ...   Herself
Melissa Rivers   ...   Herself
Jay Leno   ...   Himself
Forest Whitaker   ...   Narrator (voice)
Sonnet Noel Whitaker   ...   Laughing Girl
Band at Frat Party
Grecco Buratto   ...   Band Member
Sean Householder   ...   Band Member
Ed Delmark   ...   Band Member
Bryan Kelling   ...   Band Member
Singers at White House
Enoch Asmuth   ...   Singer
Drew Harrah   ...   Singer
Guy Maeda   ...   Singer
Scott Dicken   ...   Singer
Oren Waters   ...   Singer
Tonoccus McClain   ...   Singer
Tim Davis   ...   Singer
Bobbi Page   ...   Singer


Review by Charlene Baldwin (posted on 25-Apr-2007)

I had the opportunity to watch this movie a week ago and am totally addicted to this movie. I have to keep watching this movie over and over again and I have to keep replaying the scenes with Katie and Marc. The two of them are so wonderful together that it makes one think they should be a couple outside of the movie. It is so refreshing to watch a movie that does not have any profanity or explicit sex scenes. There are not enough compliments for how well Katie and Marc played the characters of James and Samantha. The caring, loving, respectful way that he looks at her through the whole movie just totally touches my heart. They certainly portray major chemistry between the two of them through every scene that they are in together. I love to watch the two of them dancing together and, again, I have to keep replaying those parts of the movie over and over again. I just can't get enough of watching them dance together, both dance scenes are addicting to watch. I love the way the movie was put together with one scene rolling into another and the slow motion in some of the dancing was great. And, last but not least, the last kissing scene with James running after Samantha always brings a smile to my face no matter how many times I watch it. The whole "falling in love" adventure between James and Samantha is so pure and sweet and I don't think anyone could have done it better than Katie and Marc. I would love to see them together in another movie and maybe they both should consider going on Dancing With The Stars or something so that we could enjoy even more of Katie and Marc! I think they would be great. I wish there was some way that I could let them know how much I enjoyed their movie. Do they have a fan club or is there some possibe way that I can send them a letter? Could you let me know please? I have to add that Katie is so beautiful and Marc is very handsome and they made a most wonderful couple. This movie will be forever in my mind. I think I have totally fallen in love with Marc and he could dance with me anytime, anywhere! I guess I have to go and watch the movie again.

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