Denzel Washington’s new film “Flight” debuted at the New York Film Festival this past weekend.
While reviews for the film are mixed, critics are lauding Washington’s performance, even calling it Oscar-worthy. Washington plays Whip Whitaker, a capable, heroic pilot with a substance-abuse problem.
Washington won an Academy Award in 1989 for his supporting role in “Glory,” and again in 2001 for his leading role in “Training Day.”
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