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Hounding him, the media catches Whip drunk after he spontaneously drives to the home of his ex-wife and son, both of whom resent him. The night before the hearing, Charlie and Hugh move Whip to a guarded hotel room with no alcohol.
Although his minibar is empty, he finds the door to an adjacent room unlocked and raids the minibar there. Whip is discovered by Charlie the next morning, passed out and still drunk.
Harling is called to revive him with cocaine. At the hearing, lead NTSB investigator Ellen Block explains that a damaged elevator assembly jackscrew was the primary cause of the crash.
She commends Whip on his valor and skill, noting that no other pilot was able to land the plane in trial simulations of the crash. She then reveals that two empty vodka bottles were found in the plane's trash, despite beverages not being served to passengers, and that Whip's blood test was excluded for technical reasons.
She then states the only other member of the crew to test positive for alcohol was Katerina. Whip pauses, unable to bring himself to blame Katerina for his actions.
He collects himself and comes clean, admitting to being intoxicated the day of the crash; he also admits to currently being drunk.
Thirteen months later, an imprisoned Whip lecturing a support group of fellow inmates says he is glad to be sober and doesn't regret doing the right thing.
Whip is seen looking at pictures of Nicole, family and friends on the wall of his cell, along with greeting cards congratulating him on his first anniversary of being sober.
He is working to rebuild his relationship with his son, who visits to speak with him about a college application essay he's working on.
It's about "the most fascinating person that I've never met". His son begins by asking, "Who are you?
Robert Zemeckis entered negotiations to direct in April ,  and by early June had accepted, with Denzel Washington about to finalize his own deal.
Gatins explained in a interview with the Los Angeles Times that the dramatic fictional crash depicted in Flight was "loosely inspired" by the crash of Alaska Airlines Flight ,  which was caused by a broken jackscrew.
In that incident the broken jackscrew caused a catastrophic failure from which recovery was impossible but Pilot Ted Thompson and First Officer Bill Tansky were actually able to fly their plane inverted in the last moments of that flight.
Among the captain's last words on the CVR were:. Okay we are inverted Now we got to get it Are we flying? We're flying Tell them what we're doing.
At least upside down we're flying. That crash had no survivors. The airplane in Flight , a two-engine T-tail jet airliner, appears to be from the same model family as Alaska Airlines , a variant of the MD Many elements from the accident were used in the film such as the cause of the accident, segments of the radio communication, and the decision to invert the airplane.
Flight opened in 1, theaters across North America on November 2, Flight received mostly positive reviews from critics. The site's consensus states "Robert Zemeckis makes a triumphant return to live-action cinema with Flight , a thoughtful and provocative character study propelled by a compelling performance from Denzel Washington.
Denzel Washington's performance received praise from various critics. The Hollywood Reporter ' s Todd McCarthy wrote that the film "provides Denzel Washington with one of his meatiest, most complex roles, and he flies with it.
Not often does a movie character make such a harrowing personal journey that keeps us in deep sympathy all of the way. Entertainment Weekly wrote, "Denzel Washington didn't get an Oscar nod for nothing: His performance as an alcoholic airline pilot ensnared by his own heroics is crash-and-burn epic.
The film received some criticism from airline pilots who questioned the film's realism, particularly the premise of a pilot being able to continue flying with a significant substance-abuse problem.
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He was one of only a few African-American actors to appear on the series for its entire six-year run. He also appeared in several television, motion picture and stage roles, such as the films A Soldier's Story , Hard Lessons and Power In , Washington won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of a defiant, self-possessed ex-slave soldier in the film Glory.
That same year, he appeared in the film The Mighty Quinn ; and in For Queen and Country , where he played the conflicted and disillusioned Reuben James, a British soldier who, despite a distinguished military career, returns to a civilian life where racism and inner city life lead to vigilantism and violence.
In , he starred as Demetrius Williams in the romantic drama Mississippi Masala. Washington was reunited with Lee to play one of his most critically acclaimed roles, the title character of 's Malcolm X.
His performance as the black nationalist leader earned him another nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor. Also that year, he established the production company Mundy Lane Entertainment.
In , he played a U. Army officer who, despondent about a deadly mistake he made, investigates a female chopper commander's worthiness for the Medal of Honor in Courage Under Fire with Meg Ryan.
Washington played a father serving a six-year prison term when the prison warden offers him a temporary parole to convince his top-ranked high-school basketball player son Ray Allen to sign with the governor's alma mater, Big State.
The film was Washington's third collaboration with Lee. In , Washington starred in The Hurricane , a film about boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter , whose conviction for triple murder was overturned after he spent almost 20 years in prison.
Also in , Washington starred alongside Angelina Jolie in The Bone Collector , which although twice as successful at the box office, was not as well received by critics.
He was the first black actor to win the award since Sidney Poitier in He was the second African-American actor to win the category after Sidney Poitier , who was presented with an Honorary Academy Award the same night.
After appearing in 's box office success, the healthcare-themed John Q. Between and , Washington appeared in a series of thrillers that performed generally well at the box office, including Out of Time , Man on Fire , and The Manchurian Candidate.
Despite mixed reviews, the production's limited run was a consistent sell-out. The production, directed by George C. Wolfe , began regular performances April 26 and ran for 14 weeks.
In , Washington starred in The Book of Eli , a post-apocalyptic action-drama set in the near future. Also in , he starred as a veteran railroad engineer in the action film Unstoppable , about an unmanned, half-mile-long runaway freight train carrying dangerous cargo.
He co-starred with Ryan Reynolds in Safe House , where he prepared for his role by subjecting himself to a torture session that included waterboarding.
In , he starred in The Equalizer , an action thriller film directed by Antoine Fuqua and written by Richard Wenk, based on the television series of same name starring Edward Woodward.
Principal photography began on May 18, , in north Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Moreover, he and his siblings were barred from going to the cinema by his father, a minister in a church.
They grew up watching biblical films instead, like King of Kings and The Ten Commandments , although he has said that he watched portions of the shows Rawhide and Bonanza.
In , Washington directed the film Fences , co-starring Viola Davis and based on Wilson's play of the same name, with a script by Wilson. Set in s Pittsburgh, Washington plays a former Negro league baseball player working as a waste collector who struggles to provide for his family and come to terms with the events of his life.
The film was released on December 16, , by Paramount Pictures. In , Washington starred in the legal drama film Roman J. Israel, Esq.
While the film received mixed reviews, his performance was praised by critics and led to nominations for a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Academy Award, Washington's ninth Oscar nomination overall, and his sixth for Best Actor.
On June 25, , Washington married Pauletta Pearson, whom he met on the set of his first screen work, the television film Wilma.
They have four children: John David born July 28, , also an actor and a former football player,   Katia born November 27, who graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts in , and twins Olivia and Malcolm born April 10, Malcolm graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in film studies, and Olivia played a role in Lee Daniels 's film The Butler.
In , Washington and his wife renewed their wedding vows in South Africa with Desmond Tutu officiating. Washington is a devout Christian ,  and has considered becoming a preacher.
He stated in , "A part of me still says, 'Maybe, Denzel, you're supposed to preach. Maybe you're still compromising. I take what talent I've been given seriously, and I want to use it for good.
He also visited the fort's Fisher House facilities, and after learning that it had exceeded its capacity, made a substantial donation to the Fisher House Foundation.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC named Washington as one of three people the others being directors Oliver Stone and Michael Moore with whom they were willing to negotiate for the release of three defense contractors the group had held captive from to On May 18, , Washington was awarded an honorary doctorate from his alma mater , Fordham University , for having "impressively succeeded in exploring the edge of his multifaceted talent".
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Beautifully shot family drama, superbly acted especially by Washington and Davis , but it suffers a bit from heavy self-importance and a….
Roman J. Israel Esq. Washington is a down-at-heel, socially awkward criminal attorney who gets offered a job at a sleek LA firm and who finds that his loyalties are strained.
A fantastic showcase for Washington, but it meanders and starts to feel too contrived in the second half. Sam Chisolm Washington is a bounty hunter tasked with ridding Rosewater Creek of evil prospector Bogue Sarsgaard and his goons, so he recruits the titular seven-minus-one.
Unsubtle remake of the original; the stunt work may have improved but it's all a bit empty. Obsessive-compulsive loner McCall Washington befriends Teri Moretz , a teenage Russian prostitute; when her pimp hospitalises her, he decides to even things up a bit.
Nominally derived from the 80s Edward Woodward TV series, it's really just a relentless, brutal, unsubtle thriller, with Washington an effective killing….
Assassins and mayhem follow. It doesn't always make sense but Espinosa directs in muscular style, with a cracking car chase and some fine acting. A weak ending….