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Songs on Screen: 'Streets of Fire's Lost Masterpiece 'I Can Dream About You'

25 June 2015 11:10 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Songs On Screen: All week HitFix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here.  When we talk about underrated directors, it's hard not to mention Walter Hill.  Hill is an underrated director, the way Michael Ritchie and Peter Yates were underrated directors, the way Roger Donaldson, Joe Dante, and Fred Schepisi are underrated directors. They’re all underrated because it’s only when you look at their filmographies that the numbers start to total up and you realize, boy, he directed a lot of really good movies.   In Hill’s case, that list includes "The Warriors," "48 Hours," "The Long Riders," "Southern Comfort,: "Hard Times," "Trespass," and "Wild Bill."  Some great.  Some solid.  (My personal favorite of those is Hard Times, a pulpy film about bare-knuckle boxers in the Great Depression.)  There were clunkers »

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Michael Caine at Cannes: 'The Only Alternative to Playing Old People is Playing Dead People'

20 May 2015 7:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Cannes: Michael Caine Will Win Awards for Paolo Sorrentino's 'Youth' Paolo Sorrentino returned to the Cannes competition this morning with "Youth," his English language follow-up to his Oscar winner "The Great Beauty." While the film drew mixed responses (both boos and applause were audible following the press screening), most seem to agree that its star, Michael Caine, gives an award-worthy performance as a famed composer holed up in Swiss spa for the film's duration. If this is indeed the start of an awards run for the 82-year-old actor, it should make for an entertaining ride, as today's press conference for the Palme d'Or contender made very clear. As Caine confirmed to the press this morning, he last attended the festival a whopping 50 years ago, in support of "Alfie." "'Alfie' won a prize and I didn't, so I never came back," Caine joked. "I'm »

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Jane Fonda Gets Real About Aging at Cannes: "Age Is a Question of Attitude"

20 May 2015 5:32 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Jane Fonda and Rachel Weisz are the leading ladies in Italian director Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, which debuted for press today at the Cannes Film Festival. They star in the epic film along with Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, who respectively play an aging composer and director questioning the end of both their careers and younger years. It's a lavish and indulgent ensemble piece, much anticipated at Cannes after Sorrentino's last film, The Great Beauty, won the best foreign language award at the 2014 Oscars. Jane's character Brenda, an aging actress who appears overly made up, dressed to the nines, and clad in a big, blond wig, was a hot topic at the press conference following today's screening. Journalists were curious as to whether or not Jane was afraid to play someone who, on the surface, seems to be barely keeping her wits together. "There is something very vulnerable about an »

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Jane Fonda Gets Real About Aging at Cannes: "Age Is a Question of Attitude"

20 May 2015 5:32 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Jane Fonda and Rachel Weisz are the leading ladies in Italian director Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, which debuted for press today at the Cannes Film Festival. They star in the epic film along with Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, who respectively play an aging composer and director questioning the end of both their careers and younger years. It's a lavish and indulgent ensemble piece, much anticipated at Cannes after Sorrentino's last film, The Great Beauty, won the best foreign language award at the 2014 Oscars. Jane's character Brenda, an aging actress who appears overly made up, dressed to the nines, and clad in a big, blond wig, was a hot topic at the press conference following today's screening. Journalists were curious as to whether or not Jane was afraid to play someone who, on the surface, seems to be barely keeping her wits together. "There is something very vulnerable about an »

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Caine candid in Cannes by Richard Mowe

20 May 2015 5:06 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Michael Caine and Jane Fonda in Cannes for Youth Photo: Richard Mowe Rachel Weisz: “Actors are like musicians in an orchestra…” Photo: Richard Mowe Sir Michael Caine, at 82, must have seemed the perfect choice to play the ruminating British composer and conductor at the centre of Youth, Paolo Sorrentino’s flamboyant and ironic treatise around age and regrets, presented in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival with a red carpet premiere tonight (Wednesday 20 May).

Caine makes the role totally his own, with Rachel Weisz playing his daughter, Harvey Keitel, a veteran director shooting his latest opus, Jane Fonda as a fading star with a mind of her own and Paul Dano as an upcoming star already saddled with the baggage of fame.

The last time Caine was in Cannes was almost 50 years ago, he reminded a media gathering. “It was with Alfie which won prize although I did not so I never same back, »

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