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AARP The Magazine's 17th Annual Movies For Grownups Awards
Inside AARP The Magazine’s Star Studded Show
EXCLUSIVE CLIP: And on Lead Guitar…Bill Shakespeare!
Will someone please find the great Harrison Ford something new to do? Yes, it was fun to see him leathered up again in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and we  can’t wait to find out what he and Steven Spielberg have up their sleeves for the 2019 Indiana Jones reboot they  announced this week. But not since 2013’s splendid 42, in which he played baseball legend Branch Rickey, has Ford really been called upon to stretch himself.
Sly: Stand-Up Guy
EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau in Remember
EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Two Sutherlands for the Price of One!
Michael Douglas: “I’m proud to be a grownup!”
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: As you’d expect from a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, the new romance The Choice features young, pretty people played by Teresa Palmer and Benjamin Walker. But there’s also a lovely storyline involving Tom Wilkinson as a local veterinarian. The movie opens February 4, and the folks at Lionsgate kindly passed along this sneak peek at a scene featuring the delightful Mr. Wilkinson (along with Walker, who plays his son, and Sharon Blackwood as his office manager).
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Downton Countdown
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.
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