A Gander at the Wild Geese movie... A bunch of (at least) middle-aged mercenaries aim to rescue the imprisoned President of an African State.
My son, the hero... Telling a story that mirrors some of our lives, this film tells of the author Rudyard Kipling, his family and in particular his only son, Jack. Jack Kipling died in battle in the early days of World War I.
Lee Grant in a Damned Poignant, Oscar Nominated Best Supporting Actress Performance... As one of 937 German Jewish refugees on the MS St Louis ocean liner, who were refused entry to Cuba in 1939 in a propaganda stunt devised by the Nazis.
So tuning into my blog this morning, found more lovely entries for my Michael Caine blogathon... So not to worry if you ran late, your time zone is the complete opposite from here or you just want to add a post today.. here's your chance to shine. You are in some great company.
And tonight somewhere in the world, Michael Caine is possibly getting his shirt ironed for his birthday do tomorrow... And here in Realweegiemidget Reviews blogathon we are continuing to celebrate his career in movies.
Counting down the days to Michael Caine's 85th birthday... The big day has finally arrived with this the first of three days with some wonderful film bloggers and their fantastic posts on the film career of Michael Caine.
And it's the penultimate day of the blogathon... So with just one day to go - and a recap - here's even more fabulous entries for the THEN films of 20 years and more away.
Not Thunderbirds, but Team America (F*** yeah!)... Clichés and tropes aplenty as a Broadway actor is recruited by an anti terrorist team to save the world. As you do.