Helen Hunt’s wild ride on a surfboard trumps Disney’s thrill ride to the future in theaters this weekend. At home, Clint Eastwood’s on-target portrait of an American hero makes perfect Memorial Day viewing.
Leaving in the dust a string of sweethearts and a public declaration that he would never wed, George Clooney, two-time " Sexiest Man Alive," has asked Beirut-born lawyer Amal Alamuddin to marry him. Why now? Here are five theories:
George Clooney and an all-star cast go in search of stolen art and a bunch of blockheads turn up in the year's most surprising comedy. Both are fun in their own ways.
From disaster in Earth orbit to death in the Himalayas, to gunshots in Dallas, this week's top new movies serve up some pretty tough meat. Luckily there's at least one new comedy to lighten things up.
Greetings from New Orleans. I've just spent the evening strolling around the French Quarter, which for those of you who have never been is something of a cross between Downtown Disney and the Innermost Circle of Hell.But most importantly, this afternoon I was at the Louisiana Theatre at the New Orleans Convention Center watching the final preparations for our Movies for Grownups Film Festival. It's all part of AARP's Life@50+ Member Event, which is drawing tens of thousands of folks from all over the country.
Manic Panic can be cool for teens and sunny streaks look sexy on surfer dudes but obvious color is just plain weird on mature men. Like us, men 50 + are out there competing for jobs and social connections. Some follow Paul McCartney, Donald Trump, Robert Redford and Rod Stewart with not-so-natural shades of orange-y brown and golden blonde. I love Billy Crystal but not his dark cap of frizz. Help your guy get it right. Brad Johns, Color Director of the Saks Fifth Avenue Salon & Spa in NYC with many male clients in the TV, entertainment and financial world tells all :
A new survey of Americans' attitudes about aging yielded some fascinating -- and surprising -- nuggets, including the fact that more than half of us think we look younger than our age, 70 percent of those over 65 say they're more active than their parents were, and most of us say age 38 was when we first "felt our age."
Every year my extended family and I have a nationwide Academy Awards Pick 'em. We sit through the ceremony, dutifully checking off actual winners versus our predictions, and then we honor the most accurate prognosticator with congratulatory e-mails.
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