Michael Caine is 85-years-old yet he’s still kickin’ you-know-what and taking names with his stellar acting performances and laugh-out-loud stories from yesteryear.
Here’s one of those aforementioned stories–along with an impression–from yesteryear from yesterparagraph.
The question is when do we get to see Michael Caine hit the silver screen next?
Christopher Nolan: We’re waiting…
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
What’s the one item that can turn any guy into a distinguished gentleman?
Hint: Johnnie Walker never leaves home without one.
Who needs Steve Urkel’s transformation chamber when there are canes in the world.
Speaking of a sophisticated
Whether it’s buying a cane or hearing a funny story from famed actor Michael Caine, either one (or both) will prepare you for this weekend. And while we can’t be Michael Caine with a cane (that just happened), we can get relatively close to that unstoppable style.
Almost as close as the name Michael Caine and a certain phrase that sounds remarkably close to its pronunciation.
As Back to the Future I and II taught us, walking the same path as our parents is a mind-trip as wild as traveling through time in a DeLorean. Despite knowing our parents for literally our entire lives, watching them in non-family situations offers genuine surprises and insights into how they acted before they had children.
They behave like…us.
This realization is just one of life’s many entertaining curve balls. As we age, we presume that equates to more knowledge and control. Actually, that’s true, except the age we think that control occurs and when that really happens is much different than we might want to admit.
In the case of the trailer for the upcoming film Youth (December 4, 2015), having Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel say “I told you so” in this regard isn’t so bad.
As a matter of fact, it looks quite silvery.