Brigitte Bardot pouts and unsuccessfully tries to look demure wearing a pink dress and flowery hat. Christine Keeler romps naked. Opposite them, John Lennon flashes a schoolboy grin, David Bowie closes his eyes and Michael Caine looks intrigued by his cigarette.
I’ll never be able to watch Michael Caine again without thinking of “ The Trip ,” a mockumentary in which British comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon do sidesplitting imitations of various movie legends.
TONIGHT on Charlie Rose @ 8p & 10p ET, U.S. Representative for Illinois Jan Schakowsky and Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, discuss the national deficit. Actor Michael Caine talks about his second autobiography, ``The Elephant to Hollywood.’’
Like a grisly car accident, it’s hard to avoid staring when a great actor gives a lousy performance in a horrible movie. One recent example is Michael Caine in “Harry Brown,” where the two-time Oscar winner impersonates Charles Bronson ’s vigilante from “Death Wish.”
Jackie Siegel, the busty, Botoxed trophy wife who steals Lauren Greenfield’s irresistible documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” recalls a family vacation taken after her billionaire husband’s time-share empire went south.