Sneak Peek: Christopher Plummer, Nazi Hunter

OUR TOP 10 MOVIES OF THE YEAR: Click Here to see our exclusive roundup of the year’s best movies at AARP.org — and vote for your favorite!   EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Acting legends Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau star in a fierce new drama, Remember, and A24 films has given us a sneak peek at the film’s poster (click to enlarge). Two-time Oscar nominee Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter) directs the story of a pair of Auschwitz survivors searching for a war criminal. …

Happy 100th Frank Sinatra!

In celebration of the legendary singer’s Centennial, here’s Frank Sinatra Jr. sitting down with us to discuss life with his famous dad.     How would you put $10,000 to work? Sharpen your job skills and enter for a chance to win the big prize! Ends 1/31/16. No purchase necessary. See official rules »   Also of Interest Best 10 Movies for Grownups for 2015 10 Frugal habits of the rich and famous Quiz: Do you know how to prepare for …

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones Drop By

“It’s good to be alive!” declared a tearful Michael Douglas, the guest of honor at our Movies for Grownups Gala Countdown luncheon in New York on Thursday. Douglas — who told us he’s still cancer-free five years after being diagnosed with tongue cancer — attended with his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones. She applauded loudly when it was announced that Michael will receive our Career Achievement Award at the Movies for Grownups Awards Gala in Beverly Hills February 8. In a moving toast, …

A Date with Tina Turner and Joan Allen’s Tale of Two Moms

Tina Turner Lends an Ear The Hear the World Foundation, which promotes hearing health around the planet, just let us riffle their 2016 Celebrity Calendar, with photos by singer Bryan Adams. Among the celebs: Rosamund Pike, Naomie Harris, director Wim Wenders…and Miss June, the legendary Tina Turner.   Dorothy’s Dress: We’re Not in K-Mart Any More! A blue gingham dress worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz just sold for $1.56 million at a New York auction. If you’re …

A Perfect Weekend for Man-Made Disasters

In theaters, two major films continue the season’s flood of true-life stories, while two others explore the dynamics of troubled families. At home, a sitcom classic gets the box-set treatment — and an immortal detective solves one last case.    Designates a Movies for Grownups Editors’ Choice   Trumbo Bryan Cranston is compelling as Dalton Trumbo, a screenwriter jailed and blacklisted during the Red Scare of the 1940s. The film resists demonizing Hollywood commie-hunters in favor of showing how polarizing …

Weekend: Bond, Beatles, Boston — and Charlie Brown

An instant classic, the newest James Bond movie and a visit with favorite old comic-strip pals make this a good weekend to hit the cineplex. You homebodies, meanwhile, can curl up with the Beatles and two of the year’s most memorable films.    Designates a Movies for Grownups Editors’ Choice   Spotlight This is one of the year’s best films. Like the crusading newspapermen and -women it honors, Spotlight doesn’t shut down until it gets the story right. Michael Keaton …