Morgan Freeman brings a quiet dignity to whatever role he’s playing, whether he’s narrating, starring, or doing both. Endowed with a sonorous voice and a measured gaze, onscreen he’s dependable, stalwart, and trustworthy. In The Shawshank Redemption, he’s the closest thing to a confidant that Andy Dufresne ever gets in a maximum-security prison. In Driving Miss Daisy, he earns the confidence of a stubborn widow in the segregated South. And in Invictus, he plays no less than Nelson Mandela, a man who knows a thing or two about strength and dignity. This is one actor who commands your attention the moment he opens his mouth and lets loose his dulcet tones. Now the question is this: which of his movies commands your respect?
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