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70s Rewind: THE WILBY CONSPIRACY, Poitier and Caine Go on the Run

Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine go on the run in South Africa in an unlikely political drama, directed by Ralph Nelson.

70s Rewind: THE BLACK WINDMILL, Minor Genre Thrills

Michael Caine stars in Don Siegel's British suspense drama.

Review: DEAR DICTATOR, Not Teen Movie Torture

It’s been said that movies are a universal medium, capable of connecting to the ways, plights, and struggles of different cultures. “A machine of empathy” and all that. Although Dear Dictator, a relatively unlikely teen comedy, centrally involves a foreign...

70s Rewind: HARRY AND WALTER GO TO NEW YORK, Only to Fizzle, Curiously

They sing! They dance! They romance! They ... fizzle, curiously, as it happens ... Harry (James Caan) and Walter (Elliott Gould) have been in vaudeville for years, but they have failed to make much of an impact. In 1892 Massachusetts,...

Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Michael Gambon and Ray Winstone in Talks to be The DIAMOND GEEZERS

Deadline is reporting that four of the UK's great elder acting statesmen are returning to a life in crime.    Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Michael Gambon and Ray Winstone are in talks to joing Working Title's untitled film about an...

Review: YOUTH... Without Youth

The older one gets, the less anything matters. So goes the observed mentality of the two main characters of Youth. Wealth is evident, opulence is everywhere, yet the souls of these people have only grown increasingly wanting. So wanting that that...

Review: THE LAST WITCH HUNTER, A Brightly Burning Candle

A good, fun ride for what it is, The Last Witch Hunter is the kind of movie that starts to fall apart as soon as the credits roll. Perhaps the closest, easiest comparison is to Tommy Wirkola's Hansel & Gretel:...

Music Is All Michael Caine Understands In Gorgeous First Trailer For Paolo Sorrentino's YOUTH

Hot off his Best Foreign Language film Oscar win for The Great Beauty last year, Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino brings us Youth (aka La Giovinezza), starring Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as two old friends holidaying in the Alps. Fred...

Review: KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE Tastes Pretty Yummy

The world of espionage has become a bit dour of late. Our postmodern proclivities have caught up with us, and thanks to our impossible missions, our Bourne fascinations and a Daniel Craig-ified Bond, we've lost a little bit of the...

The Many Faces Of Michael Caine

Last week, Interstellar was released in many parts of the world, a film with a fine cast indeed, among them the instantly recognizable Michael Caine. At 81 years of age, Michael Caine has more than five decades of golden classics...

Review: STONEHEARST ASYLUM Offers Pleasant Darkness But Little Else

Despite a cast that includes Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, and Kate Beckinsale, and a noteworthy director in Brad Anderson, Stonehearst Asylum feels like a high-class 1970s TV movie. Anderson remains in my mind as a director of independent genre movies...

First INTERSTELLAR Trailer: Christopher Nolan Sends Farmer Matthew McConaughey Into Space

We're all going to die unless Matthew McConaughey saves us. The first full trailer for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar identifies a crisis on Earth that has led former pilot and engineer Cooper, played by a weathered-looking McConaughey, to become a farmer. Now...

INTERSTELLAR: The Teaser For Nolan's Latest Reaches For The Stars

With another banner year behind him, Matthew McConaughey's next big project is Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. A year out from release, what we see today is indeed a teaser. But with its somber and inspiring tone, featuring McConaughey voice over and...

Watch Steve Coogan And Rob Brydon Impersonate Michael Caine While Dubbed In Spanish

Call this today's moment of cognitive disconnect.As any regular reader of this site will know, we are big fans of Steve Coogan in these parts and particularly big fans when he teams up with director Michael Winterbottom. He did just...

Review: JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

Taffy. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, the latest cinematic adaptation of an adventure first told by Jules Verne in 1874, moves as though it's picking its way delicately through a field of taffy, not wanting to leave any impression of...

HARRY BROWN Review: an old man's revenge

When I heard everyone's favorite butler was going to star in a revenge flick I wasn't immediately interested. Not that Harry Brown seemed like a bad film, just not a very interesting one. Good reviews and critiques kept pouring in...

HARRY BROWN review

There is a scene in Harry Brown when the titular pensioner and war veteran has had enough of all the hoodie-hoodlums terrorizing his run-down neighborhood that he goes to buy some fire-arms and fight back himself. The 'arms merchants' -...

Four Clips From Michael Caine Revenge Thriller HARRY BROWN

Michael Caine starring revenge thriller Harry Brown has largely escaped our gaze here at ScreenAnarchy but with the North American release coming April 30th, that changes now.  Four clips from the film have just released online and you can check...