Vote Today: “Dinner with Don” Series Nominated for 2018 Webby Award

AARP’s original series “Dinner with Don,” starring the late comedy legend Don Rickles, is nominated for a Webby Award in the Unscripted Film & Video (Branded Entertainment) category. Vote Today Voting is open until Thursday, April 19. The 13-episode YouTube series features a Who’s Who celebrity guest list that includes Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop Dogg, Amy Poehler, Zach Galifianakis, Paul Rudd, Sarah Silverman, Billy Crystal, Rich Eisen, Vince Vaughn, Marisa Tomei, Jonathan Silverman, Judd Apatow, Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese. …

Midnight Movie Countdowns

So you think Bridge of Spies was the best movie of 2015? Here’s your chance to make your voice heard! Our online polls are now open — and awaiting your votes for this year’s Movies for Grownups Readers’ Choice Award. We’ll tot up the results in January, then present the trophy to the winner you choose at the Movies for Grownups Awards in Beverly Hills on Feb. 8. VOTE HERE »     EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: New Year’s Eve on Screen. Planning to stay …

Best New Year’s Eve Movies

For our third Movies for Grownups Radio Show, back in 2003, we celebrated the arrival of 2004 with this rundown of our favorite New Year’s Eve movies. Still a pretty good list. What would you add? Featured image: MGM         Also of Interest Christian Bale and Joaquin Phoenix Stick It to The Man Famous Child Stars — Where Are They Now? Get free assistance with tax-return preparation from Tax-Aide Join AARP: savings, resources and news for your well-being …

This Weekend: Birdman, Bill Murray, Late-Life Love

In Theaters This Weekend: Bill Murray is an artful codger; Michael Keaton wings his way to Broadway; Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer discover it’s never too late to find love. At Home: Billy Crystal and Pee-wee Herman remember when. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Did Michael Keaton quit the Batman series 22 years ago just so he could one day make this dreamlike film about an actor who walked away from a smash superhero franchise? In the performance …

Billy Crystal Laughs and Cries through ‘700 Sundays’

In his Tony Award–winning one-man show, 700 Sundays — now on DVD from HBO — Billy Crystal tells the story of his loving relationship with his father, Jack, a New York City record-store owner and legendary promoter of Dixieland jazz. Jack died suddenly when Billy was just 15 years old. In his show, the star looks back fondly on the roughly 700 Sundays he and his father shared — and on how he and his older brothers, Joel and Rip, …

Three Classic New Year’s Eve Movies

Here’s one of the first Movies for Grownups Radio Shows we ever did-10 years ago in 2003. But the list of my favorite New Year’s Eve movies still stands up!