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First Daughter (2004)

The girl who always stood out is finally getting the chance to fit in.

Original Title : First Daughter
Director : Forest Whitaker
Writer : Jessica Bendinger
Jerry O'Connell
Jessica Bendinger
Kate Kondell
Genre : Comedy
Romance
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : John Davis , Jeffrey Downer , Wyck Godfrey , Mike Karz , Arnon Milchan , Jerry O'Connell , Forest Whitaker
Music : Damon Elliott
Michael Kamen
Blake Neely
Photography : Toyomichi Kurita
Distributor : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
MPAA Rating : Rated PG for language, sexual situations and alcohol-related material.
IMDB ID : 0361620
Official site : http://firstdaughtermovie.com
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poster for "First Daughter" by Forest Whitaker (2004)
First Daughter (2004) - Forest Whitaker
 

Starring

Katie Holmes Samantha Mackenzie
Marc Blucas James Lansome
Amerie Rogers Mia Thompson (as Amerie
Michael Keaton President Mackenzie
Margaret Colin Melanie Mackenzie
Lela Rochon Liz Pappas (as Lela Rochon Fuqua
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 Senator Downer
Peter White College Dean
Parry Shen Rally Leader
Johnny Sneed English Professor
Marilyn McIntyre Teacher at Party
Ryan Raddatz Frat Guy
Toby Moore Frat Guy
Freddy Bouciegues Dancing Frat Guy
Austin Priester Dancing Frat Guy
Scott Hamm Frat Guy with Water Gun
Philip Boyd Frank
Katrina Connor Sorority Gal
Natalie Core Lady With Camera
Teck Holmes Mia's Flame
Sophia Chang Sorority Gal
Justine Wachsberger Passing Student
Andrea Avery Linda Patterson
Sheila Shaw Health Center Receptionist
Ann Ryerson Nurse Practitioner
Andy Umberger Secret Service Supervisor
Mane Andrew Mia's Visitor
Jeff Michael News Reporter
Kent Shocknek Contentious Reporter
Maria Quiban White House Reporter
Ted Garcia White House Reporter
Tim Liles Reporter on Street
Dan Brinkle Caucus Host
Michael Connor Protestor
Nicole Avant Protestor
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
Scott Dicken Marine, Singer
Michael Dotson Campus Police
Ashlee Gillespie Awestruck Student
Paul Michael Bloodgood Frat Guy in Bar (uncredited
Chad Davis Protester (uncredited
Michael Dean Ballroom Dancer (uncredited
Paul Fleck Band Member (uncredited
Denise Gillyard College Student (uncredited
Barrett Gregory Student (uncredited
Richard Lucas Trombone Player (uncredited
Ashly Menser Young Samantha Mackenzie (uncredited
Chuck Murphy Potus One (uncredited
Tyler Parkinson Protestor/Carnival Attendee (uncredited
Golan Ramras Press Agent (uncredited
Ken Weiner Carnival Contestant (uncredited
 

Plot

The daughter of the President of the United States goes off to college after insisting that she be able to enjoy her school years without the omnipresence of the Secret Service. The government agrees to her demands but assigns a young agent to go undercover as a student in order to keep an eye on her. The first daughter and the agent fall in love, until she learns his true identity.
 

Comments

could have been better, 25 September 2004 Author: dougiejr3 from houston, tx The best parts of this movie - in my estimation is watching Katie Holmes run around with that tiny blue bikini on, and do the table dance with the blonde wig on. Other than that - it could have been much better. I thought the combo of Michael Keaton and Katie would have made this movie much improved over Chasing Liberty (I also thought that movie was mediocre at best). But in the end, this movie was just okay. The ending was very disappointing also. There was no resolution except that she's got her whole life in front of her. I still consider Wonder Boys and Pieces of April as Katie's best work. I hope she's got something really redeeming up next. I'd hate for her to fall under the Ben Affleck curse (good looking, made some good movies, but then started making tons of terrible ones). We can only hope.