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Monster's Ball -- MONSTER'S BALL is a hard-hitting Southern drama tempered by a story of powerful life-changing love. It is the story of Hank (Academy Award winner , Billy Bob Thornton), an embittered prison guard working on Death Row who begins an unlikely but emotionally charged affair with Leticia (Academy Award winner , Halle Berry), the wife of a man under his watch on The Row.
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Monster's Ball -- After a family tragedy, a racist prison guard reexamines his attitudes while falling in love with the African American wife of the last prisoner he executed.


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Writers (WGA):
Milo Addica (written by) &
Will Rokos (written by)
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Billy Bob Thornton ... Hank Grotowski

Halle Berry ... Leticia Musgrove
Taylor Simpson ... Lucille
Gabrielle Witcher ... Betty

Heath Ledger ... Sonny Grotowski
Amber Rules ... Vera

Peter Boyle ... Buck Grotowski
Charles Cowan Jr. ... Willie Cooper
Taylor LaGrange ... Darryl Cooper

Yasiin Bey ... Ryrus Cooper (as Mos Def)
Anthony Bean ... Dappa Smith

Francine Segal ... Georgia Ann Paynes

John McConnell ... Harvey Shoonmaker

Marcus Lyle Brown ... Phil Huggins

Milo Addica ... Tommy Roulaine

Leah Loftin ... Booter
Coronji Calhoun ... Tyrell Musgrove

Sean Combs ... Lawrence Musgrove
Larry Lee ... Co #1
Troy Poret ... Co #2
Paul Smith ... Co #3
Marshall Cain ... Correction Officer
Will Rokos ... Warden Velesco

Anthony Michael Frederick ... Billy
John Wilmot ... Minister
Dennis Clements ... Clements

Stephanie Claire ... Nurse

James Haven ... Hospital Guard

Ritchie Montgomery ... Detective
Clara Hopkins Daniels ... Maggie Cooper (as Clara Infinity Daniels)

Carol Sutton ... Ms. Guillermo
Bernard Johnson ... Deputy Jones
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeanette Kontomitras ... Tyrell's School Teacher (uncredited)
Earl Maddox ... Patron (uncredited)

Anthony Marble ... ER Doctor (uncredited)

Directed by
Marc Forster 
Writing credits
Milo Addica (written by) &
Will Rokos (written by)

Produced by
Milo Addica .... co-producer
Michael Burns .... executive producer
Lee Daniels .... producer
Eric Kopeloff .... co-producer
Eric Kopeloff .... line producer
Michael Paseornek .... executive producer
Will Rokos .... co-producer
Mark Urman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Asche & Spencer  (as Asche and Spencer)
Chris Beaty (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Roberto Schaefer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Matt Chesse  (as Matt Chessé)
Casting by
Kerry Barden 
Mark Bennett 
Billy Hopkins 
Suzanne Smith 
Production Design by
Monroe Kelly 
Art Direction by
Leonard R. Spears  (as Leonard Spears)
Set Decoration by
Leonard R. Spears (uncredited)
Costume Design by
Frank L. Fleming  (as Frank Fleming)
Makeup Department
Brian Badie .... hair stylist
Carla Brenholtz .... assistant makeup artist (as Carla Chao)
Mary Burton .... makeup artist: Ms. Berry
Sterfon Demings .... hair stylist: Ms. Berry
Lynne K. Eagan .... makeup artist: Mr. Thornton (as Lynne Eagan)
Allison Gordin .... makeup artist
Joani Yarbrough .... hair stylist: Mr. Thornton
Carol F. Doran .... wig maker (uncredited)
Production Management
Robert Ortiz .... unit production manager (as Rob Ortiz)
Carl Pedregal .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Batou Chandler .... second second assistant director
Michael Lerman .... first assistant director
James Roque .... second assistant director (as James Roque Jr.)
Art Department
Peter Bankins .... prop master
Michael Blum .... props production assistant
Mary Frances Eglin .... art department coordinator (as Mary Frances Elgin)
David Erwin .... on-set dresser
Daniel Fox .... set dresser
Holly Goline .... assistant property master
Kristin Hensley .... artwork: Lawrence Musgrove
Leo Lauricella .... carpenter
Vince Le Blanc .... leadman (as Vince Leblanc)
Genevieve Leyh .... assistant scenic
Danny Nick .... swing
John Patterson .... carpenter
Eric William Pierson .... set dresser (as Eric Pierson)
Stuart Rankine .... props production assistant
Russell Slaughter .... swing
Chuck Stringer .... construction coordinator (as George 'Chuck' Stringer)
Steve Walters .... charge scenic
Sound Department
Jimmy 'Coach' Armstrong .... boom operator
Rick Ash .... sound re-recording mixer (as Rick Ashe)
Weldon Brown .... adr mixer
Zane D. Bruce .... foley artist (as Zane Bruce)
Patrick Cabral .... foley editor (as Pat Cabral)
Joe Earle .... sound re-recording mixer
Lisle Engle .... sound editor
Jeffrey Haupt .... additional sound mixer
Trevor Jolly .... adr editor
Trevor Jolly .... dialogue editor
Michael Kamper .... sound designer
Diane Lucas .... adr recordist
Jennifer L. Mann .... foley editor (as Jennifer Mann)
Glenn T. Morgan .... supervising sound designer
Glenn T. Morgan .... supervising sound editor
Hugh Murphy .... digital assistant
Jeff Pullman .... sound mixer
Steve Ralsten .... additional sound (as Steve Ralston)
Brian Ruberg .... foley mixer
David Ruth .... adr editor
David Ruth .... dialogue editor
Joseph T. Sabella .... foley artist (as Joseph Sabella)
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Patrick Stoltz .... additional sound (as Pat Stoltz)
Kim Waugh .... additional sound
Drew Webster .... sound re-recording mixer
Gayle Wesley .... additional sound
Shayna Brown .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Chato Hill .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Eric Lamb .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Carrie Lisonbee .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Michael McNerney .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Angie Stanghetti .... additional adr recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Brian Bankston .... special effects production assistant
Edward Bankston .... special effects assistant
David K. Nami .... special effects coordinator (as David Nami)
William A. Nami .... special effects assistant
Glen Palmisano .... special effects production assistant
Visual Effects by
Colleen Duffy .... visual effects producer: SOL designfx
M.B. Emigh .... main title design: SOL designfx (as MB Emigh)
Michael Hatcher .... digital artist: SOL designfx
Jeff Heusser .... digital compositing supervisor: SOL designfx
Steven Emmert .... optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Jim Gorman .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Reid Paul .... digital effects supervisor (uncredited)
Danny Cosmo .... utility stunts
Harry Harris III .... stunt coordinator (as Harry Harris)
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Bates .... electrician
Paul Beard .... company grip
Jeanne-Louise Bulliard .... publicity photographer (as Jeanne Louise Bulliard)
Rufus Burnam .... thanks: The Camera House (as Rufus Burnham)
Buddy Carr .... dolly grip
Gilly Charbonnet .... key grip
Christopher Ekstrom .... company grip (as Christopher Eckstrom)
Sean Finnegan .... electrician (as Sean Funnegan)
Matthew Gaumer .... second assistant camera (as Matt Gaumer)
Jason Goodowens .... company grip
Jerry M. Jacob .... Steadicam operator
Francis James .... director of photography: second unit
Vic Keatley .... best boy electric (as Victor Keatly)
Paul T. LeBlanc .... 24 frame video operator (as Paul T. Leblanc)
Ian Lynch .... first assistant camera: second unit
Mike McLaughlin .... gaffer
P.K. Munson .... first assistant camera (as Peter Kerr 'P.K.' Munson)
Mike 'Chewie' Pappas .... electrician (as Chewie Pappas)
Michael L. Smith .... electrician (as Mike Smith)
Joe Uddo .... camera production assistant
Lynda Vincent .... film loader
Ralph Watson .... Steadicam operator
Don W. Wegner .... best boy grip (as Don Wegner)
Roberto Schaefer .... camera operator (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Donna Chance .... costume supervisor
Dana Embree .... additional set costumer
Caroline Eselin .... set costumer
Meagan McLaughlin .... wardrobe production assistant
Severin Serafini .... costume stylist
Giselle Spence .... seamstress
Editorial Department
John Homesley .... assistant editor
Meagan James .... first assistant editor
Richard Jordan .... executive in charge of post-production
Larry Manke .... telecine colorist (as Larry P. Manke)
Frank Moshier .... post-production coordinator
Harry Muller .... color timer
Location Management
David Ross McCarty .... location manager
Jessica Seifert McCarty .... location assistant
M. Gerard Sellers .... location scout (as Gerard Sellers)
Marco Umana .... assistant location manager
E. Michael Hewett .... location scout: North Carolina (uncredited)
Music Department
Asche & Spencer .... song producer: "I'm Your Man" (as Asche and Spencer)
Bob DeMaa .... music mixer
Joel C. High .... music supervisor
Stephanie Lynn Urcheck .... music coordinator
Dean Menta .... score engineer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Butch Chaney .... driver (as W. 'Butch' Chaney)
Nelson B. Conino .... driver
Richard A. Davis .... transportation co-coordinator (as Rick Davis)
Jerry Everett .... transportation captain
Davis Hawn .... driver: van
Davis Hawn .... picture car wrangler
Win Hershy .... driver: Location Catering Service
Jerry Jackson .... transportation coordinator
Jeremy Jaklevick .... driver
Duke Kuhn .... driver (as Bill 'Duke' Kuhn)
Dennis Monk .... driver
David J. Prestenback .... picture car production assistant
Al Sens .... driver
Robbie Stubblefield .... picture car production assistant
Other crew
Stephen Apostolina .... adr loop group (as Steve Apostolima)
Susie Blanchard .... set medic
Cheech Bradford .... insurance: AON/Albert G. Ruben Insurance
Tessa Brophy .... assistant production coordinator
Sam Chwat .... speech & dialect coach
Joseph Coble .... craft service (as Joseph L. Coble)
Lisa Cortes .... assistant: Mr. Daniels
Chris Cowart .... third man
Wendy Cutler .... adr loop group
G. 'Opey' Davis .... set production assistant
Albert T. Dickerson III .... completion bond: The Motion Picture Bond Company (as Al Dickerson)
Jake Donohoe .... post-production accountant: Lions Gate
Ryan Eustis .... office production assistant
Eddie Frierson .... adr loop group
Donald Fullilove .... adr loop group (as Don Fullilove)
Elisa Gabrielli .... adr loop group (as Elisa Gabrella)
Caleb Guillote .... payroll clerk
Kristin Hensley .... unit production assistant
Bill Hershey .... chef: Location Catering Service (as Billy Hershey)
Win Hershy .... chef: Location Catering Service
Kristin Scott Irving .... assistant: Mr. Thornton (as Kirstin Scott)
Alissa M. Kantrow .... production coordinator (as Alissa Miller Kantrow)
Daniel Katz .... assistant: Mr. Urman
Brian M. Kingman .... insurance: AON/Albert G. Ruben Insurance (as Brian Kingman)
Rosemary Lara .... assistant: Mr. Paseornek
Nikki Lawder .... business and legal affairs assistant: Lions Gate
Donna Lynn Leavy .... adr loop group (as Donna Lyn Levy)
Betty Lee .... production controller: Lions Gate
Danny Lee .... business and legal affairs assistant: Lions Gate
Wayne Levin .... executive vice president of business affairs: Lions Gate
Kelly Lofstrom .... business and legal affairs assistant: Lions Gate
Daniel MacArthur .... production assistant: Lions Gate
Mike Mahone .... production intern
Laurie May .... business and legal affairs: Lions Gate
Laurie May .... senior vice president: Lions Gate
Caitlin McKenna .... adr loop group leader (as Caitlin McKeena)
Robert M. Melnik .... vice president of business affairs: Lions Gate (as Robert Melnik)
Curtis A. Miller .... manager of production: Lions Gate
Mark Miller .... first assistant accountant
Paul Pape .... adr loop group
Jeff Joon Park .... business and legal affairs assistant: Lions Gate
Tonia Pound .... set production assistant
Leonard Reynolds .... key set production assistant
Terence Rosemore .... set production assistant
Sherman Shelton Jr. .... set production assistant (as Sherman Shelton)
Donna Sloan .... vice president of production: Lions Gate
Barry Steadman .... set production assistant
Cynthia Tanner .... office production assistant
Michael Taylor .... script supervisor
Arnold F. Turner .... adr loop group (as Arnold Turner)
Marco Umana .... security officer
Sharon Vise .... production accountant
Charlyn Ware .... manager of business and legal affairs: Lions Gate
Wise Wolfe .... set production assistant
Beverly Wood .... lab consultant (as The Amazing Beverly Wood)
Steve Zeigler .... assistant chef: Location Catering Service
Charlie French .... medic (uncredited)
Ted Kantrow .... caterer (uncredited)
Gary J. Sims .... payroll services (uncredited)
Paul Uddo .... production assistant (uncredited)
Peter Afterman .... thanks
Steve Alexander .... thanks
Stuart Baird .... thanks
Carol Sue Baker .... thanks
Chris Barrios .... thanks: operator, City of Kernner
Ralph Beaumont Jr. .... thanks: maintenance, City of Kernner
Owen Bly .... thanks
Michael Borne .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Les Boudreaux .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Robert Bourgeois .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Burl Cain .... thanks: warden, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, GA
Guymon Casady .... thanks
Renée Chabria .... thanks
Donald Chaffin .... thanks: Henry County, GA (as Sheriff Donald Chaffin)
Gillian Harwood Chesse .... thanks
Louis J. Congemi .... thanks: mayor, City of Kernner
Bob Del Montegue .... thanks
Jeffery P. Dupuis .... thanks
Cassian Elwes .... thanks
Todd Feldman .... thanks
John Fogelman .... thanks
Cathy Fontenot .... thanks: Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, GA
Dominic Griffin .... thanks (as Dominick Griffin)
Mike Guillot .... thanks: fire captain, City of Kernner
Drew Hammond .... thanks
Todd Harris .... thanks
Paulette Hawkins .... thanks
Mack Hill .... thanks
M. Hopeloff .... thanks
R. Hopeloff .... thanks
Phil Huggins .... thanks
Randy Jurgensen .... thanks
Denise Kay .... thanks
Scott Lambert .... thanks
Eunice Lee .... thanks
Linda Lichter .... thanks
Pamela Lillis .... thanks
Tom Lopinski .... thanks
Gary Louris .... thanks
Blake Luminais .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Dennis Marchelle .... thanks
Dorothy Massi .... thanks
Kristine Moore .... thanks
Larry Musgrove .... thanks
J. David Nonaka .... thanks
Jill Olson .... thanks
Jonathan Palmer .... thanks
Dino Paredes .... thanks
June Perkins .... thanks
Poland Perkins .... thanks
Melanie Ramsayer .... thanks
Iggy Rosales .... thanks: operator, City of Kernner
Jeff Rosen .... thanks
Leora Rosenberg .... thanks
Sara Jane Sargent .... thanks
Phil Seifert .... thanks
Rebecca Shetler .... thanks: secretary, City of Kernner
Pam Springs .... thanks
Harley Toberman .... thanks
Nicole Trutanic .... thanks
Darrel Vannoy .... thanks: assistant warden, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, GA
Chip Wale .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Stacy Wallen-McCarthy .... thanks (as Stacey Wallen-McCarthy)
Patrick Whalen .... thanks
Brian Young .... thanks: Laplace volunteer fire department
Michael Zito .... thanks: fire chief, City of Kernner
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for strong sexual content, language and violence (censored version)
111 min | USA:112 min (unrated director's cut)
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In the rockumentary Lemmy (2010), during a conversation in a bar with Motörhead lead singer Lemmy, Billy Bob Thornton states that he was paid half a million dollars to appear in this movie, and after it became a big box office success, he subsequently received a check in the mail for a further 2 million dollars.See more »
Anachronisms: (at around 1h 24 mins) While the movie is supposedly set in the early '90s, a late '90s / early '00s Cadillac Escalade can be seen passing through the foreground as Leticia enters the pawn shop.See more »
Hank Grotowski:What's that? Some kinda... some kinda annual... school annual or something?"See more »
Broken Up and BlueSee more »


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45 out of 56 people found the following review useful.
Excellent job of peeling away the layers of racism, 17 June 2002
Author: Dan Franzen (dfranzen70) from United States

Hank Grotowski (Billy Bob Thornton) is the middle generation of three generations of prison guards. His father Buck (Peter Boyle) is long retired and a near-invalid, using a walker and leaning on an iron lung. His son Sonny (Heath Ledger) is a novice guard. Hank and Sonny work together on Death Row and are among the guards responsible for the executions (Hank's in charge).

The first thing that strikes one about this particular group of men is the level of racism that's apparent in each one. Buck's the worst - he screams at young black kids who happen to wander onto "his" property (all three Grotowskis live together) and is liable to spout off some hateful rhetoric at any time. Hank's not a lot better, but his feelings seem tempered in contrast to Buck; he seems more weary than angry. And Sonny is actually friends with that same neighboring black family whose kids come over every now and then.

Thus the line of racism is significantly watered down as the generations progress. This is not to suggest that Sonny is an angel, or that Buck is the absolute devil. Sonny and Hank share the same hooker (though not at the same time); all three men drink, smoke, and cuss like sailors. In short, they're simply not nice folk.

While Hank and Sonny are transporting a prisoner to the electric chair, Sonny takes ill and can't continue. Because of this, the prisoner (who had bonded a little with the compassionate Sonny earlier) suffers a little during his execution. Enraged, Hank attacks his son in the locker room after the execution, and the other guards have to separate them.

That's one relationship being examined - that of Hank and Sonny. The other is the more important one, however. The widow of the executed prisoner, Leticia Musgrove (Halle Berry), is trying to make ends meet as a waitress. But her car constantly dies on her, and after being late to work repeatedly, she's fired - shortly after her husband is executed. She has one overeating kid to feed, too. She does get another job as a waitress, but has to ditch the car when it dies a final time. Walking home in the rain, her son (who has to come with her; can't leave him home to binge) his hit by a car. Hank happens to be passing by, and with some reluctance (remember, he is racist, if not as bad as his father), he stops to help.

There's a wonderful dichotomy between the relationship between Leticia and her son and that between Hank and his son. Milo Addica and Will Rokos, who wrote the screenplay, weave a very effective tale that manages to keep all of the characters interesting and relevant. What makes Hank act the way he does? What are Leticia's motivations? And it would be very easy for the actors to portray the characters as nothing more than stereotypes - Hank the nasty, racist white male, and Leticia the vulnerable, victimized African American woman. But both Thornton and Berry rise above their characters' limitations - Hank's not the devil he might think he is, and Leticia isn't the angel that a lesser actress might make her out to be.

It's also worth mentioning that each of the two leads has something shocking and powerful happen to them near the beginning of the film, before they really meet. These two events have a huge impact on the characters - you might call the events "life-altering". The events allow us to see actual change in the character. Not sudden change, which can be jarring and unrealistic, but gradual, authentic, eminently believable change.

The performances by the leads are nothing short of sensational. Berry won the Oscar for Best Actress for her work here. Yes, you read right - Halle Berry. She of The Flintstones, Swordfish, and being married to David Justice fame. See, this is what happens when you give a good actress a great role. The best actresses will rise to the level of the role; the mediocre actresses will sink below it, collapsing under its weight.

Thornton has a tendency to pick offbeat, idiosyncratic roles, albeit usually with a Southern twist. His Hank is not a carbon copy of your stereotypical Dirty White Boy; he's a multilayered character with charm and evil mixed in. The film doesn't make him out to be a complete hero; just a flawed one. By the movie's end, he has come to grips (a little) with his failures and his shortcomings.

Berry and Thornton have a great supporting cast in Boyle and Ledger. When you think of a hateful, misanthropic, misogynistic demon, you don't think of Peter Boyle, who's turning in great comedic work on the TV show "Everybody Loves Raymond". But after this movie, you sure do. Great job. And Ledger - well, I know him best from The Patriot, as Mel Gibson's oldest son. In that movie, he was tough, but he was still a boy in a world of adults. That boy's grown up, and Ledger proves his mettle as an actor in this role.

There will be some who find this movie too slow; granted, if you're looking for action, this won't appeal to you. But it's an excellent story, and not as simplistic as it may seem on the outside. It's very well written (meaning that there are few plot holes), and ably directed. You may be fascinated, as I was, with the character development from beginning to end. Things are not - pardon the expression - treated as black-and-white issues; there are varying grays that are resolved and not resolved by movie's end.

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