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Director: Peter Berg

Cast: Jamie Foxx, Chris Cooper, Jennifer Garner


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In the aftermath of a deadly attack on American forces in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, diplomats are slow to act, but meanwhile, FBI special agent Ronald Fleury (Jamie Foxx) assembles a secret team of U.S. counter-terrorism investigators to enter the city and find the criminal behind what has quickly become an international incident. The crew,…  See more details below


In the aftermath of a deadly attack on American forces in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, diplomats are slow to act, but meanwhile, FBI special agent Ronald Fleury (Jamie Foxx) assembles a secret team of U.S. counter-terrorism investigators to enter the city and find the criminal behind what has quickly become an international incident. The crew, however, finds their attempt to capture the perpetrators stalled by bureaucracy and their presence unwelcome. Desperate to gain the trust they need to accomplish their mission in just five days, the team enlists the aid of a Saudi Arabian police officer (Ashraf Barhoum), but as the agents infiltrate the dark and complex world of the Saudi crime scene, they find that the perpetrator's next target may be them. Directed by Peter Berg, The Kingdom also stars Jennifer Garner, Chris Cooper, and Jason Bateman.

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Universal Studios
[Wide Screen]
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Blu-ray exclusive: U-Control; The Mission Dossier; The Mission Dossier: Surveillance; Character by Character: The Apartment Shootout; Picture in picture; Deleted scenes; History of The Kingdom: an interactive timeline; ; Additional features:; Constructing the Freeway Sequence; Creating The Kingdom; Feature commentary with director Peter Berg

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jamie Foxx Ronald Fleury
Chris Cooper Grant Sykes
Jennifer Garner Janet Mayes
Jason Bateman Adam Leavitt
Jeremy Piven Damon Schmidt
Danny Huston Gideon Young
Richard Jenkins James Grace
Ashraf Barhoum Col. Faris Al Ghazi
Ali Suliman Sergeant Haytham
Tim McGraw Aaron Jackson
Kyle Chandler Francis Manner
Frances Fisher Elaine Flowers
Kelly Au Coin Ellis Leach
Anna Deavere Smith Maricella Canavesio
Minka Kelly Miss Ross
Amy Hunter Lyla Fleury
T.J. Burnett Kevin Fleury
Omar Berdouni Prince Ahmed Bin Khaled
Raad Rawi Prince Thamer
Mahmoud Said Genearl Al Abdulmalik
Hezi Saddik Abu Harnza
Uri Gavriel Izz Al Din
Nick Faltas Haytham's Father
Ahmed Badran 35-Year-Old Son
Eli Georges El-Khoury 15-Year-Old Grandson
Tom Bresnahan Rex Burr
Yasmine Hanani Aunt
Trevor St. John Earl Ripon
Ashley Scott Janine Ripon
Sarah Hunley Maddy Ripon
Bordy Tardy Teddy Manner
Hope Fogle Mick
Sidney Ortiz LuLu
Noah Pittenger Classmate
Damian Foster Haytham Driver
Kevin Brief Range Rover Driver
Brian Mahoney Pitcher
Martin Foxwell Mom at Game
Kavita Parbhakar Mom at Game
Hrach Titizian Suicide Bomber
Munthir Salih Suicide Bomber
Merik Tadros Reporter
Sean Donnellan Reporter
Richard Klein FBI Agent
John Paul Castorena FBI Agent
Antonio Evans FBI Agent
Maryellen Aviano FBI Agent
Marc Flanagan FBI Agent
Brian Gehl Stud in Bar
Ali Abboud Irate Guard
David Brown Man at Hotel
Firas Salloum Airport SANG Officer
Anthony Batarse Inner-Circle
Nabeel Kort Police Officer
Shant Demirjian Police Officer
Assad Mohamed Bomb Site Investigator
Yaser Alamoodi Bomb Site Worker
Haider Almosawi Bomb Site Worker
Saleem Hassan Erekat Bomb Site Worker
Jasim Tahir Tank Gunner
Maitham Al-Zubfidy Main Gate Guard
Alawi Al-Bidery Machine Gunner
Gino Salvano Special Forces Officer
Waleed Alsadi Guard at Café
Mohammed Mohammed Internet Teenager
Fouad Al-Hamedany Internet Teenager
Ahmed Al-Ibrahim Game Player
Yunus Hassan Game Player
Charbel Tourna Game Player
Anthony Salibi Game Player
Bassam O. Saeed Al Ghazi Aid
Hasan Chaudhry Al Ghazi Runner
Nick Hermz Passport Officer
Eyad Elbitar Kidnapper
Sala Baker Kidnapper
Kasem Al-Tamimi Elderly Man
Damian Hajjar Suweidi Resident
Mario Mercado Suweidi Resident
Gaith Al-Jaberi Al Ghazi's Son
Pete Anthony Conductor

Technical Credits
Peter Berg Director
Bruria Albec Casting
Sarah Aubrey Executive Producer
Lucas Bielan Camera Operator
Willie D. Burton Sound/Sound Designer
John Cameron Executive Producer
Matthew Michael Carnahan Screenwriter
Leigh Clarke Production Manager
Kate Dowd Casting
Mitchell Dubin Camera Operator
Tom Duffield Production Designer
Danny Elfman Score Composer
Mauro Fiore Cinematographer
Cathy Sandrich Gelfond Casting
Aaron Haye Set Decoration/Design
K.C. Hodenfield Co-producer
A. Todd Holland Art Director
Todd Holland Art Director
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Amanda Mackey Casting
Amanda Mackey-Johnson Casting
Michael Mann Producer
Susan Matheson Costumes/Costume Designer
Maurice K. McGuire Camera Operator
Kathy Nelson Musical Direction/Supervision
Mary Parent Executive Producer
Colby Parker Editor
Steven P. Saeta Executive Producer,Production Manager
Tim Smythe Producer
Kevin Stitt Editor
Scott Stuber Producer
Patrick M. Sullivan Art Director
Patrick Sullivan Art Director
Karen Wakefield Art Director
Dave Watkins Special Effects Supervisor
Maria Williams Associate Producer

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The Kingdom 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
DarkLotusICP4life More than 1 year ago
one very amazing movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was pleasantly surprised by this film, but the script could have been much better. The ending was weak as far as in the dialogue of the last scene goes, and I feel that this could have been a film to promote foreign cooperation, but was an ultimate disappointment in that regard. Still a very enjoyable movie and worthy as an addition to anyone's DVD library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I would not recommend this film. It is too small on detail and too long on preaching. That is all.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to find a film that so accurately depicts the Saudi attitudes towards both interior terrorism and American presence in Saudi Arabia. This is a &quot must see&quot if you really want to know what the delicate Saudi-American working relationship is. No, just because we fund a lot of activities does not enable us to tell them what to do!
Jay_Godzilla_fan More than 1 year ago
scary and sad things like this happen alot over there...
DeltaSPARTAN003 More than 1 year ago
I can't wait untill this movie comes out on Blu-ray Disc on November 25, 2008! Go to for more info
OhRyan More than 1 year ago
Jamie Foxx is great in this movie. The feel of this movie is engrossing. You can feel the dangers of being in the Middle East. Many movies based in war-torn countries have very obvious and cutting political agenda. This movie may also have one, but it was muted nearly entirely. This movie can be enjoyed by mostly anyone.
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