Exclusive Clip: Donald and Kiefer Sutherland Have That Father-Son Chat

EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Two Sutherlands for the Price of One! Can this be right? Golden Globe winners Donald Sutherland and son Kiefer have never costarred before? With this week’s opening of their new film, Forsaken, that cosmic injustice is finally redressed. Kiefer plays a burned-out gunslinger, while Donald is his preacher-man pop. In this clip exclusive to AARP, they encounter a gang of land-grabbing bad guys.   The Stuff That Dreams are Made Of This year marks the 75th anniversary of …

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. …

Trivia Countdown! One Day to Movies for Grownups on Turner Classic Movies

I’m counting down the days until May 15, the night I get to introduce four great Movies for Grownups with Robert Osborne on TCM. Here’s today’s trivia bit about one of the movies we’re showing: Besides its eerie dream sequence designed by Salvador Dali, Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound is noted for its unforgettable, Oscar-winning musical score by Miklos Rozsa. He makes great use of the theramin, that haunting device that makes the spooky “whoo-OOO!” sound that later became popular in science …

Trivia Countdown! Five Days to Movies for Grownups on Turner Classic Movies

I’m counting down the days until May 15, the night I get to introduce  four great Movies for Grownups with Robert Osborne on TCM. Here’s today’s trivia bit about one of the movies we’re showing: Rome: Open City helped change the way movies were made. It’s a gripping fictional story of Italian resistance fighters during World War II, but it has the look and feel of a documentary. Director Roberto Rossellini took to the streets to make the film almost …