Stallone Wins the Good Sport Award

Sly: Stand-Up Guy We’re guessing Sylvester Stallone was as shocked as anybody when Bridge of Spies costar Mark Rylance edged him out for that Best Supporting Actor award at the Oscars (“Guessing,” but not exactly surprised: Rylance was our Movies for Grownups Awards honoree.) Ever the good sport, Sly tweeted: “Could not go to a more consummate actor and gentleman. It was a privilege. Keep punching, Mark!”   EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: George Kennedy: One Great Character A fond farewell to George Kennedy, who …

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. …

50+ Celebs: Just Like You and Me(ish!)

Stop turning green when you look at photos of famous people! They have the same — OK, almost the same — body flaws, sun-damaged skin, skimpy hair and anxieties about looking good that we do. And who am I to talk? Well, from 1997 to 2008 I served as the beauty and fashion director of MORE magazine, a gig that introduced me to a British supermodel world-famous for her stick figure in the 1960s. Now it was 1999, the global …

Fonda, Neeson, Cinderella Make Your Weekend

In theaters, Jane Fonda is the best (and biggest!) thing in a convoluted family comedy, while Liam Neeson does his bang-bang-you’re-dead thing again. On your home screen, meet The Roosevelts, dance with Lesley Ann Warren’s Cinderella, and get totally creeped out by David Lynch’s indelible Eraserhead.   This Is Where I Leave You Jane Fonda is radiant as the newly widowed mother who summons her four grown children to sit shiva at her house following the death of their father. …

Best Grownup Flicks at Toronto Film Festival

Every September, the center of the movie world shifts from Hollywood to Toronto, where the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) showcases films ranging from small indie flicks looking for distributors to studio blockbusters making a big splash before they arrive in theaters. Crowds mob the streets of the city, jockeying for glimpses of their favorite stars and directors. Movie lovers line up for hours, hoping to nab one of the few remaining tickets for a new film. And show-biz writers …

Movies for Grownups Weekend Preview March 21

When we say there’s something for everyone this weekend, we’re not kidding: You’ve got the world’s most beloved puppets, a mob crime drama, and an explicit exploration of the life of a sex addict.   Muppets Most Wanted The Muppets were born smack dab in the middle of the 1950s, and their fellow Boomers have grown to know exactly what to expect from the felt-skinned crew: Smart send-ups of pop culture, outrageous wordplay, and a safe sort of anarchism that …