MICHAEL Douglas is an A-list star, thanks to his long career in Hollywood. He has hit the headlines earlier this year following allegations of sexual harassment, which he strongly denies - here's the lowdown on this famous actor... Who is Michael Douglas? What is her background? Michael Kirk Douglas, 73, was born September 25, 1944 and is an American actor and producer. His career has seen him star in a diverse range of films, both independent and blockbusters. He has received numerous awards for his work, which includes the Best Actor Oscar, Golden Globe for Outstanding Contributions to the World of Entertainment and the AFI Life Achievement Award. What are Michael's biggest films? Michael has scored numerous hits at the cinema, these include: Romancing the Stone (1984) Wall Street (1987) Fatal Attraction (1987) Basic Instinct (1992) Falling Down ( 1993) The Game (1997) Wonder Boys (2o00) Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010) Behind the Candelabra (2013) Ant-Man (2015) What is … [Read more...] about How old is Michael Douglas, how long has he been married to wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, who’s his father Kirk and what are his hit movies?
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2017 has seen some outstanding films and, unfortunately, some painstakingly awful ones. We've put together a list of the worst of the worst just for you By Alex Davies Friday, November 17, 2017 This year's lowest rated films list includes some surprising titles [Facebook] Every year, moviegoers flock to the cinema to see the latest and greatest new flick hitting the movie screen. Whether it’s the latest animation your hubby’s too sheepish to admit he knows all the words to, or the new hard-hitting action thriller that leaves you watching through your fingers, all of us occasionally look forward to paying the extortionate prices for popcorn to experience Hollywood’s latest offering. However, not every title can be an Oscar winner. In fact, many fall way short of being in the same bracket. And 2017 has … [Read more...] about The worst movies of 2017 revealed: A-listers including James Corden and Patrick Stewart
HEAVILY orchestrated car chases have been a staple in Hollywood blockbusters since the days of Charlie Chaplin. By Nicole Douglas Sunday, August 13, 2017 However, it's not just the scenes that are remembered as being iconic, as often the motors themselves steal the limelight from the leading men and women behind the wheel. From the movies that are set within the realms of reality, to the purely fantastical and absurd cars, we've complied our top five vehicles from some of Hollywood's greatest car chases. Ford Mustang – Bullitt Steve McQueen's Bullitt drives a Ford Mustang to catch his criminals Actor Steve McQueen was easily one of the coolest actors of his time, but the Ford Mustang he drove in Bullitt elevated him to the nth degree of style. In Bullitt, the many car chase scenes, set on the streets of San … [Read more...] about The top five most iconic cars in Hollywood movies of all time, from Steve McQueen’s Mus
If you consider the proverb “Necessity is the mother of invention,” you may be best able to understand what filmmaker Darren Aronofsky is trying to do with his new film, “Mother!”It will help you understand why he believes the exclamation point is necessary and why he felt it was necessary to make an art-house film that’s an allegory for what he sees as a dying world.The supposed synopsis: A couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem) are living a tranquil existence in an isolated country estate that she is restoring while her husband, a poet with some past fame, attempts to overcome his writer’s block.Then strangers start showing up, and things change.But think about it this way: They are alone in what seems to be a paradise (Adam and Eve?) that the woman (Mother Nature?) is building, and their home is the Earth, a healthy and happy place until people overpopulate it and recklessly waste its resources.Of course, there’s also this: Is any of … [Read more...] about Movie review: ‘Mother!’ is disturbing freak-out of art meets activism
The profoundly strange new alien thriller “Annihilation,” in theaters Friday, is the latest installment in the smart-sci-fi resurgence we’ve been seeing at the movies over the past several years. These are examples of the genre that, like “2001” and “Stalker” before them, value ideas over action, think-think over bang-bang. These are films that challenge the viewer’s gray matter a bit more than the average blockbuster. Recent examples include “Arrival,” “Under the Skin” and “Annihilation” director Alex Garland’s previous film, “Ex Machina.”It’s been a good time to be a sci-fi fan. Here, then, are the 20 best sci-fi movies of the 21st century so far.Note: I’m not including movies from the “Star Wars” or Marvel franchises, as they clearly lean more fantasy than sci-fi. Though, as you’ll see, a few movies straddle the fence between genres, most of all my No. … [Read more...] about The 20 best sci-fi movies of the 21st century (so far)