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The Lost boys (1987) is so classic, I don't have to say much about it. It had a perfect cast and story. It stars Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Jason Patric, Alex Winter, Kiefer Sutherland, and Barnard Hughes. It was directed by Joel Schumacher. #thelostboys #horror #horrormovies #classic #horrorclassics #1987 #joelschumacher #coreyhaim #coreyfeldman #jasonpatric #alexwinter #kiefersutherland #barnardhughes #vampires #vampiremovies #monsters #monstermovies #film #movies #cinema #cultfilms #cultmovies #cultclassic
The Lost boys (1987) is so classic, I don't have to say much about it. It had a perfect cast and story. It stars Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Jason Patric, Alex Winter, Kiefer Sutherland, and Barnard Hughes. It was directed by Joel Schumacher. #thelostboys  #horror  #horrormovies  #classic  #horrorclassics  #1987  #joelschumacher  #coreyhaim  #coreyfeldman  #jasonpatric  #alexwinter  #kiefersutherland  #barnardhughes  #vampires  #vampiremovies  #monsters  #monstermovies  #film  #movies  #cinema  #cultfilms  #cultmovies  #cultclassic 
#repost @courierjournal via @PhotoAroundApp .@kiefersutherland - yep, from "24" fame, rocked the stage this afternoon at @bourbonandbeyond. Check out our story and follow the link to our interview with him. 📸: @utterback13  #kiefersutherland #bourbonandbeyond #louisvillelove #louisville #musicfest #24 #countrymusic
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From Designated Survivor Agent Hannah Wells is just getting started. #DesignatedSurvivor #KieferSutherland #watchDS
From Designated Survivor 2nd half of the video.  Get a sneak peek at an emotional ultimatum from Wednesday's season premiere of #DesignatedSurvivor. #KieferSutherland #watchDS
From Designated Survivor 1st half of the video.  Get a sneak peek at an emotional ultimatum from Wednesday's season premiere of #DesignatedSurvivor. #KieferSutherland #watchDS
@kiefersutherland & his band @bourbonandbeyond . All around entertainer, he even writes his own songs. #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandband #bourbonandbeyond
From Twitter @camsixteen Today at #bourbonandbeyond  Raise a glass to @kiefersutherland . Great set. #bourbonandbeyond #Louisville  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic
From Twitter @camsixteen Today at #bourbonandbeyond  Raise a glass to @kiefersutherland . Great set. #bourbonandbeyond #Louisville  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic
From Twitter @camsixteen Today at #bourbonandbeyond  Raise a glass to @kiefersutherland . Great set. #bourbonandbeyond #Louisville  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic
From Twitter @camsixteen Today at #bourbonandbeyond  Raise a glass to @kiefersutherland . Great set. #bourbonandbeyond #Louisville  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic
Echo & The Bunnymen: People Are Strange: 1987 #EchoAndTheBunnymen  #PeopleAreStrange  #PunkersTV #Repost @punkerstv #lostboys #80s #80sfashion #vampires #billywirth #jasonpatrick #kiefersutherland
#repost @drinkyfuntime via @PhotoAroundApp  Cheers @kiefersutherland ! Can't wait to chat to you after! 🥃 • #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandband #bourbonandbeyond #drinkyfuntime #podcast #feralaudio #bourbonfestival #oakstage #designatedsurvivor #24 #lostboys #flatliners #drinkyfuntime #jimbeam
#repost @spiritstraveler via @PhotoAroundApp  #KieferSutherland hits the stage @bourbonandbeyond
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Love @joedelaoseph hair flip in the background! Wish I could have been there! #repost @rocknpics via @PhotoAroundApp  When he's not #jackbauer or the #designatedsurvivor he's rocking out playing #bourbonandbeyond Mr. @kiefersutherland #kiefersutherland
#repost @illinoisentertainermagazine via @PhotoAroundApp  It’s the president! Kiefer Sutherland @kiefersutherland takes the stage @bourbonandbeyond in Louisville - photo by @Eddie_Spinelli #kiefersutherland
#repost  @illinoisentertainermagazine via @PhotoAroundApp It’s the president! Kiefer Sutherland @kiefersutherland takes the stage @bourbonandbeyond in Louisville - photo by @Eddie_Spinelli #kiefersutherland 
#repost @laurie.black2017 via @PhotoAroundApp  @kiefersutherland! #2017inpictures #260 #bourbonandbeyond #kiefersutherland @dananicolefathera
From Twitter @dailyblender Today at #bourbonandbeyond  And kicking off today's @BourbonNBeyond lineup, @kiefersutherland ! #bourbonandbeyond #youllalwaysthebadvampiretome  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic #kiefersutherlandband #notenoughwhiskeytour #notenoughwhiskeytour2017
From Twitter @Utterback13 Today at @bourbonandbeyond  Go chill on the  @courierjournal's Facebook page. @JLeePuckett will be interviewing @kiefersutherland live around 1:45pm. #bourbonandbeyond  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic #kiefersutherlandband #notenoughwhiskeytour #notenoughwhiskeytour2017
From Twitter @Utterback13 Today at @bourbonandbeyond  Cheers to you as well @kiefersutherland , welcome the 'Ville and #bourbonandbeyond  #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandmusic #kiefersutherlandband #notenoughwhiskeytour #notenoughwhiskeytour2017
#repost @bourbonandbeyond via @PhotoAroundApp  Kiefer Sutherland gave a toast to wrap up his performance at #BourbonAndBeyond. Who enjoyed watching the set with us? #kiefersutherland #kiefersutherlandband
Graeme Virtue Wednesday 17 May 2017 11.43 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 5 September 2017 16.00 EDT  When you think of 24, you probably remember Kiefer Sutherland as a man of action. He played Jack Bauer as a relentless, humourless counter-terrorism agent willing to do anything to complete his mission. Yet between all the firefights and car chases, Sutherland was also required to be a persuasive talker, bringing bewildered side characters up to speed with some unthinkable WMD threat in clipped sentences, often while simultaneously spearheading attempts to resolve the crisis.  Those barked briefings during Bauer’s solo war on terror laid valuable groundwork for Sutherland’s post-24 career reboot in Designated Survivor: playing a man who unexpectedly becomes the president of the United States, a position that demands skill in both public speaking and backroom dealing. But once you’ve done a walk-and-talk while sniping bad guys, perhaps everything else seems simple.  One of the joys of Designated Survivor, which wraps up its first season this week, has been watching Sutherland chip away at Bauer’s tortured terminator persona to reveal something warmer and cuddlier – if no less principled – beneath. His Tom Kirkman started out as the relatively lowly Secretary of Housing and Urban Development – but when a bomb wipes out the Capitol Building and kills the President and the US’s entire political elite, Kirkman finds himself elevated to the Oval Office and tasked with rebuilding the system from scratch.  Even if it had not kicked off with a terrorist attack, Designated Survivor was always likely to invite comparisons with 24. As well as being built entirely around Sutherland, it is soundtracked by Sean Callery, 24’s veteran of ominous atmospherics. There has also been the distinctly 24 sense of the producers and writers firing up a premise, letting it loose then discovering what works best on the hoof. Perhaps improbably, the result has been more entertaining than the most recent series of Homeland and better for the soul than the sour satire of House of Cards. 🔹🔹 For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland #designatedsurvivor #watchds
Graeme Virtue Wednesday 17 May 2017 11.43 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 5 September 2017 16.00 EDT When you think of 24, you probably remember Kiefer Sutherland as a man of action. He played Jack Bauer as a relentless, humourless counter-terrorism agent willing to do anything to complete his mission. Yet between all the firefights and car chases, Sutherland was also required to be a persuasive talker, bringing bewildered side characters up to speed with some unthinkable WMD threat in clipped sentences, often while simultaneously spearheading attempts to resolve the crisis. Those barked briefings during Bauer’s solo war on terror laid valuable groundwork for Sutherland’s post-24 career reboot in Designated Survivor: playing a man who unexpectedly becomes the president of the United States, a position that demands skill in both public speaking and backroom dealing. But once you’ve done a walk-and-talk while sniping bad guys, perhaps everything else seems simple. One of the joys of Designated Survivor, which wraps up its first season this week, has been watching Sutherland chip away at Bauer’s tortured terminator persona to reveal something warmer and cuddlier – if no less principled – beneath. His Tom Kirkman started out as the relatively lowly Secretary of Housing and Urban Development – but when a bomb wipes out the Capitol Building and kills the President and the US’s entire political elite, Kirkman finds himself elevated to the Oval Office and tasked with rebuilding the system from scratch. Even if it had not kicked off with a terrorist attack, Designated Survivor was always likely to invite comparisons with 24. As well as being built entirely around Sutherland, it is soundtracked by Sean Callery, 24’s veteran of ominous atmospherics. There has also been the distinctly 24 sense of the producers and writers firing up a premise, letting it loose then discovering what works best on the hoof. Perhaps improbably, the result has been more entertaining than the most recent series of Homeland and better for the soul than the sour satire of House of Cards. 🔹🔹 For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland  #designatedsurvivor  #watchds 
Vanessa Thorpe Last modified on Saturday 23 September 2017 19.09 EDT  Kiefer Sutherland is about to enter the Oval Office for a new term of office and it is daunting. As the lead in the American political thriller series Designated Survivor, the Hollywood star knows that, now more than ever, when you play the president of the United States you are handling a fundamental national myth. 🔷Hail to the Kief! Sutherland is still TV's best action hero – even as President Dadbod 🔜 more in next post.🔷 “You have to grow up in America to really understand this belief that anyone can be president,” Sutherland told the Observer. “There is a very strong idea that everybody has the potential to be great. And that clearly has both good and bad sides.” The Emmy award-winning actor, famous for films such as The Lost Boys and Flatliners, became a household name as Jack Bauer in 24, the landmark television thriller of the early 2000s. In his latest series, made by Netflix, Sutherland plays a low-level cabinet member who is thrust into leadership after a major terrorist attack wipes out fellow members of the US government.  It is a dark premise, said the actor and co-producer, which goes to the heart of a powerful American faith in their system. From George Washington’s fabled inability to tell a lie, through to Mr Smith Goes to Washington, the much-loved 1939 Frank Capra film in which James Stewart challenges corruption on Capitol Hill, respect for democracy has been built on a shared belief that the little man can win in the end. “It is a story that fits into the American narrative,” said Sutherland. “Being president is seen as the greatest accomplishment. From a very early age this is true, so when children are asked what they want to be when they grow up they say president of the United States. It really is what people fantasise about, although ultimately the reality of it is not the way it seems. The problem is that those qualities that make you more capable of understanding the job are the ones that would stop you wanting to do it.” 🔹🔹 For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland #designatedsurvivor #watchds
Vanessa Thorpe Last modified on Saturday 23 September 2017 19.09 EDT Kiefer Sutherland is about to enter the Oval Office for a new term of office and it is daunting. As the lead in the American political thriller series Designated Survivor, the Hollywood star knows that, now more than ever, when you play the president of the United States you are handling a fundamental national myth. 🔷Hail to the Kief! Sutherland is still TV's best action hero – even as President Dadbod 🔜 more in next post.🔷 “You have to grow up in America to really understand this belief that anyone can be president,” Sutherland told the Observer. “There is a very strong idea that everybody has the potential to be great. And that clearly has both good and bad sides.” The Emmy award-winning actor, famous for films such as The Lost Boys and Flatliners, became a household name as Jack Bauer in 24, the landmark television thriller of the early 2000s. In his latest series, made by Netflix, Sutherland plays a low-level cabinet member who is thrust into leadership after a major terrorist attack wipes out fellow members of the US government. It is a dark premise, said the actor and co-producer, which goes to the heart of a powerful American faith in their system. From George Washington’s fabled inability to tell a lie, through to Mr Smith Goes to Washington, the much-loved 1939 Frank Capra film in which James Stewart challenges corruption on Capitol Hill, respect for democracy has been built on a shared belief that the little man can win in the end. “It is a story that fits into the American narrative,” said Sutherland. “Being president is seen as the greatest accomplishment. From a very early age this is true, so when children are asked what they want to be when they grow up they say president of the United States. It really is what people fantasise about, although ultimately the reality of it is not the way it seems. The problem is that those qualities that make you more capable of understanding the job are the ones that would stop you wanting to do it.” 🔹🔹 For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland  #designatedsurvivor  #watchds 
It’s the president! Kiefer Sutherland @RealKiefer @kiefersutherland takes the stage @BourbonNBeyond in Louisville - photo by @Eddie_Spinelli @bourbonandbeyond #kiefersutherland
It’s the president! Kiefer Sutherland @RealKiefer @kiefersutherland takes the stage @BourbonNBeyond in Louisville - photo by @Eddie_Spinelli @bourbonandbeyond #kiefersutherland 
When he's not #jackbauer or the #designatedsurvivor he's rocking out playing #bourbonandbeyond Mr. #kiefersutherland
#KieferSutherland hits the stage @BourbonAndBeyond
Be One Of Us. Prints will be ready for Liverpool Horror Con! (Repost with regular filter on!) #art #artist #artwork #design #original #colorful #colour #inspiration #promarker #drawing #horror #business #convention #thelostboys #lostboys #kiefersutherland #beoneofus #thefrogbrothers #noodles #tattoo #neotraditional #neotrad #tattooart #etsy #vampire #blood #missing
This Wednesday is the day!!! I am so grateful to be a part of this amazing show! The entire cast and crew are gems. Catch the season premiere this Wednesday on ABC!!! . . . . . . . . . #designatedsurvivor #filmmaking #tv #abc #kiefersutherland #grateful #makeupartist #toronto #torontomakeupartist #bts #hollywood #ilovemyjob #inssta_makeup #repost #wednesday
Te recomendamos ver @designatedsurvivorabc que está completa en @netflixlat ,@netflix y @sebagrinberg te cuenta el por qué en su review  http://www.locosxlosjuegos.com/reviewanalisis-designated-survivor/  Lee estas noticias y otras mas desde nuestro link en nuestra bio!  #locosxlosjuegos #portaldenoticias #geek #nerd #zonageek #saga  #cine #movies #peliculas #analisis #review #abc #designatedsurvivor #kiefersutherland #jackbauer #dammit #netflix #1ratemporada
Call me !! 😁😁#stillhope #kiefersutherland #makemyday #bestactorever #cool #goinghome #designatedsurvivor #seasontwo  @kiefersutherland 😘👍
Now watching this with @danarenaees. Flatliners. #horror #Flatliners #Shudder #KevinBacon #KieferSutherland #JuliaRoberts #WilliamBaldwin #OliverPlatt #JoelSchumacher @shudder
Pompeia (2014)  For those of us about to die, we salute you. I die a free man!  #pompeii #pompeia #paulwsanderson #kitharington #emilybrowning #kiefersutherland #moviestill #moviesquote #netflix #cinema #cinefilos
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"I'm gonna tell you something, and don't want you to panic. I'm falling in love with you". Audrey Raines. 💑💕 - - #24 #24series #quote #quoteoftheday #jackbauer #audreyraines #couple #relatiomshipgoals #truelove #thelegacyof24 #kiefersutherland #kimraver #picoftheday #memories #24willliveforever
Got Milk? My first art piece for Halloween 2017!!! Kiefer as the vampire David in The Lost Boys ('87). Swipe for close-ups and details.  Now available in my Etsy store (link in bio). ..Love this film.  #thelostboys #joelschumacher #gotmilk #vampire #etsy #etsyart #etsyprint #halloween #halloweengift #illustrator #photoshop #lostboys #eightieshorror #eightiesmovies #santacarla #kiefersutherland #blood #horror #missing #milkcarton
Kiefer Sutherland coming to Flato Markham Theatre for Discovery Gala Nov. 4  Sep 22, 2017 by Laura Finney  Markham Economist & Sun  For Kiefer Sutherland, writing and performing music can be about finding comfort in shared experiences. “If you write a song about being heartbroken, that song is meant to go out to someone who has had their heart broken and [help them] realize they are not alone,” he said. “That you’re going through this thing together.” That is something he strives to do during his performances. “In the end, if you can accomplish that, I think there’s a sense of relief that someone who might be going through something is not alone. There’s a comfort in that,” he said. “That’s what music has meant to me all my life as a listener and that is something that I would love to be able to do for an audience when we play live.” Local audiences will have the opportunity to experience that when Sutherland performs at the Flato Markham Theatre Nov. 4 as part of the 2017 Discovery Gala, which raises money for the theatre’s Discovery Program.  Sutherland’s first country music album Down in a Hole was released August 2016. He co-wrote every song.  As an actor, Sutherland has been helping tell stories on television and in movies, but he said telling his own stories through music is more personal. “Whether it was 24 or Lost Boys or Stand By Me, those are all characters. They were written and they really had nothing to do with me except I portrayed them,” he said. “But the songs that are on that record, those are all personal stories from my life. All except for Shirley Jean, which is a story.” Sutherland admitted he never set out to make a record. While he wrote a number of songs, his intent was to record and send them to Sony or BMI for other artists.  He worked on a few songs with his friend Jude Cole, who liked what he heard and suggested Sutherland make a record. “Being so aware of the kind of trappings and cynicism of any actor doing music, I said no way,” said Sutherland. “He took me out later that night and we had a couple drinks and, somehow, it sounded like a better idea.” For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland
Kiefer Sutherland coming to Flato Markham Theatre for Discovery Gala Nov. 4 Sep 22, 2017 by Laura Finney Markham Economist & Sun For Kiefer Sutherland, writing and performing music can be about finding comfort in shared experiences. “If you write a song about being heartbroken, that song is meant to go out to someone who has had their heart broken and [help them] realize they are not alone,” he said. “That you’re going through this thing together.” That is something he strives to do during his performances. “In the end, if you can accomplish that, I think there’s a sense of relief that someone who might be going through something is not alone. There’s a comfort in that,” he said. “That’s what music has meant to me all my life as a listener and that is something that I would love to be able to do for an audience when we play live.” Local audiences will have the opportunity to experience that when Sutherland performs at the Flato Markham Theatre Nov. 4 as part of the 2017 Discovery Gala, which raises money for the theatre’s Discovery Program. Sutherland’s first country music album Down in a Hole was released August 2016. He co-wrote every song. As an actor, Sutherland has been helping tell stories on television and in movies, but he said telling his own stories through music is more personal. “Whether it was 24 or Lost Boys or Stand By Me, those are all characters. They were written and they really had nothing to do with me except I portrayed them,” he said. “But the songs that are on that record, those are all personal stories from my life. All except for Shirley Jean, which is a story.” Sutherland admitted he never set out to make a record. While he wrote a number of songs, his intent was to record and send them to Sony or BMI for other artists. He worked on a few songs with his friend Jude Cole, who liked what he heard and suggested Sutherland make a record. “Being so aware of the kind of trappings and cynicism of any actor doing music, I said no way,” said Sutherland. “He took me out later that night and we had a couple drinks and, somehow, it sounded like a better idea.” For more see our Facebook or Twitter pages. #kiefersutherland 
179/365 Renegades. Standard action option, however, you know there's a problem with writing when the viewer does not even know if the protagonist is good or corrupt.  I think we can all agree that mustache is on point!! #kiefersutherland #loudiamondphillips #renegades #mustache #actionmovie #laserdiscs #laserdisc #laserdiscaday #laserdisccollectors #laserdisccollection #365laserdiscsin365days #365moviesin365days
Just watched this brilliant film for the first time 😍 cant wait for the sequel ❤👌 #flatlinersmovie #flatliners #kiefersutherland #legend #juliaroberts #kevinbacon #nightmares #sequel #movie #movies
🎥🎬📽The Best movie. 🎃👻👹Halloween is coming...Happy Fall!🍁🍂🍃🍁🍂🍃🍁🍂🍃 #lostboys #thetwocoreys #jasonpatric #youreoneofusnowmichael  #vampires #notsparkly #kiefersutherland
The Guardian  Rosanna Greenstreet Saturday 23 September 2017 04.30 EDT  Born in London, Kiefer Sutherland, 50, is the son of actors Shirley Douglas and Donald Sutherland. In the 80s and 90s, he starred in films including Stand By Me and The Lost Boys, Flatliners and A Few Good Men. From 2001, he played Jack Bauer in the television series 24. His latest Netflix series, Designated Survivor, is out on DVD next week. He is also a country singer-songwriter, and this year he made his Glastonbury debut. He is twice divorced and has a daughter, the actor Sarah Sutherland.  When were you happiest?  I consider myself quite a happy person. One of the most exciting times was when Sarah was born.  What is your earliest memory? Swimming with my mum and dad.  What was your most embarrassing moment? I wore a pair of my brother’s track pants to school when I was in third grade, because I thought they looked so cool on him. He was seven years older, so they looked ridiculous.  Property aside, what’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought?  Aside from a car, it would be a guitar. I used to have almost 100, but now I am down to 22.  What is your most treasured possession? An acoustic guitar I have with me all the time: it’s a 1959 Gibson Western.  What makes you unhappy? Not being able to solve a problem frustrates me the most.  Who would play you in the film of your life? I wouldn’t wish that on anyone.  What is your most unappealing habit? Smoking.  If you could bring something extinct back to life, what would you choose? I would focus on trying to keep things that are becoming extinct alive.  What do you most dislike about your appearance? The list is long: given the fact that my dad is 6ft 4in and all my brothers are 6ft 4in-plus, I wish I was taller.  What is your favourite smell? Nature in Canada, where I’m from. I have always loved the lakes in the north and the smell of the woods.  What is your favourite word? As a Canadian, it would be “Sorry”. What is the worst thing anyone’s said to you? “I hate you.” It was said at school by someone who didn’t like me.  What is your guiltiest pleasure? Watching Modern Family.  See our Facebook or Twitter for more. #kiefersutherland
The Guardian Rosanna Greenstreet Saturday 23 September 2017 04.30 EDT Born in London, Kiefer Sutherland, 50, is the son of actors Shirley Douglas and Donald Sutherland. In the 80s and 90s, he starred in films including Stand By Me and The Lost Boys, Flatliners and A Few Good Men. From 2001, he played Jack Bauer in the television series 24. His latest Netflix series, Designated Survivor, is out on DVD next week. He is also a country singer-songwriter, and this year he made his Glastonbury debut. He is twice divorced and has a daughter, the actor Sarah Sutherland. When were you happiest? I consider myself quite a happy person. One of the most exciting times was when Sarah was born. What is your earliest memory? Swimming with my mum and dad. What was your most embarrassing moment? I wore a pair of my brother’s track pants to school when I was in third grade, because I thought they looked so cool on him. He was seven years older, so they looked ridiculous. Property aside, what’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought? Aside from a car, it would be a guitar. I used to have almost 100, but now I am down to 22. What is your most treasured possession? An acoustic guitar I have with me all the time: it’s a 1959 Gibson Western. What makes you unhappy? Not being able to solve a problem frustrates me the most. Who would play you in the film of your life? I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. What is your most unappealing habit? Smoking. If you could bring something extinct back to life, what would you choose? I would focus on trying to keep things that are becoming extinct alive. What do you most dislike about your appearance? The list is long: given the fact that my dad is 6ft 4in and all my brothers are 6ft 4in-plus, I wish I was taller. What is your favourite smell? Nature in Canada, where I’m from. I have always loved the lakes in the north and the smell of the woods. What is your favourite word? As a Canadian, it would be “Sorry”. What is the worst thing anyone’s said to you? “I hate you.” It was said at school by someone who didn’t like me. What is your guiltiest pleasure? Watching Modern Family. See our Facebook or Twitter for more. #kiefersutherland 
From @designatedsurvivorabc Seth holds the fort down as the President's first line of defense. #DesignatedSurvivor #kiefersutherland @kiefersdaily
A Time to Kill is a 1989 novel by John Grisham. It was Grisham's first novel. Sycamore Row is the 2013 direct sequel to his first novel●Like Grisham's novel, the movie was very controversial, and was accused of condoning murder. This might be one of the reasons that Paul Newman turned down the role of Lucien Wilbanks (Donald Sutherland's character) Newman said he found the film's message distasteful● This was the film debut of Octavia Spencer. She played Ellen Roark's Nurse (Sandra Bullock's character)●Patrick McGoohan (Judge Noose) played King Edward Longshanks in Braveheart●Soon after the murders, Jake is tormented by guilt. He admits to Carla that he didn't tell anyone about Carl Lee's plans, because he didn't believe Carl would go through with it. In the book, he does tell the Sheriff, but the Sheriff is the one who downplays the potential danger●The inspiration for the book came in 1984 at the De Soto County courthouse in Hernando where John Grisham witnessed the testimony of a 12-year-old rape victim. He explored what would have happened if the girl's father had murdered her assailants ☆ #ATimeToKill #JoelSchumacher #JohnGrisham #MatthewMcConaughey #SandraBullock #SamuelLJackson #KevinSpacey #BrendaFricker #OliverPlatt #CharlesSDutton #AshleyJudd #PatrickMcGoohan #DonaldSutherland #ChrisCooper #KieferSutherland #RaeVenLarrymoreKelly #ToneaStewart #KurtwoodSmith #MovieFact #MovieTrivia #FilmTrivia #FilmFact #MovieBuff #FilmJunkie #FilmMaking #Cinephile #MovieNerd #MovieGeek #FilmMaking #FilmMaker
A Time to Kill is a 1989 novel by John Grisham. It was Grisham's first novel. Sycamore Row is the 2013 direct sequel to his first novel●Like Grisham's novel, the movie was very controversial, and was accused of condoning murder. This might be one of the reasons that Paul Newman turned down the role of Lucien Wilbanks (Donald Sutherland's character) Newman said he found the film's message distasteful● This was the film debut of Octavia Spencer. She played Ellen Roark's Nurse (Sandra Bullock's character)●Patrick McGoohan (Judge Noose) played King Edward Longshanks in Braveheart●Soon after the murders, Jake is tormented by guilt. He admits to Carla that he didn't tell anyone about Carl Lee's plans, because he didn't believe Carl would go through with it. In the book, he does tell the Sheriff, but the Sheriff is the one who downplays the potential danger●The inspiration for the book came in 1984 at the De Soto County courthouse in Hernando where John Grisham witnessed the testimony of a 12-year-old rape victim. He explored what would have happened if the girl's father had murdered her assailants ☆ #ATimeToKill  #JoelSchumacher  #JohnGrisham  #MatthewMcConaughey  #SandraBullock  #SamuelLJackson  #KevinSpacey  #BrendaFricker  #OliverPlatt  #CharlesSDutton  #AshleyJudd  #PatrickMcGoohan  #DonaldSutherland  #ChrisCooper  #KieferSutherland  #RaeVenLarrymoreKelly  #ToneaStewart  #KurtwoodSmith  #MovieFact  #MovieTrivia  #FilmTrivia  #FilmFact  #MovieBuff  #FilmJunkie  #FilmMaking  #Cinephile  #MovieNerd  #MovieGeek  #FilmMaking  #FilmMaker 
From Kal PennWe're back on Wednesday night! 10pm Eastern/9pmCentral. #DesignatedSurvivor #Kiefersutherland
kiefer 🏹 — ac: me, for once. — #kiefersutherland #designatedsurvivor #abc #tomkirkman #presidentkirkman
Lol! #repost @keeek7 via @PhotoAroundApp  Has anyone even tried to call him? #jackbauer #problemsolved #24 #kiefersutherland #usa #northkorea