Skip to comments.Michael Caine's brilliant new British movie Harry Brown - see world exclusive preview clip
Posted on 10/30/2009 5:54:19 PM PDT by Perdogg
Sir Michael Caine has long been a friend of the Mirror - so we are very proud to be able to show you a world exclusive preview clip of his acclaimed new movie Harry Brown.
In the film, which also stars Emily Mortimer, Sir Michael plays an elderly ex-serviceman and widower who is looking to avenge his best friend's murder by doling out his own form of justice.
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Michael Caine’s wife was in UFO the series
Not to be confused with Harry Palmer.
I would like to see the “The Ipcress File”. I saw “Funeral in Berlin”.
Are you sure? Great great actor. Harry Palmer was awesome.
Yes. In the premiere episode, she’s “joanna”
Watch the clip. It is really about how Bliar destroyed the UK and how violent street crime is now rampant in the UK.
I have the entire dvd set. It’s about an organization dedicated to defeat an alien invasion.
What is her name? Great show. American Ed Bishop died not long ago. If UFO had half the budget Star Trek had it would have been a great show. I preferred Colonel Straker to Kirk.
All due respect to M Caine, but he needs to be put out to pasture. Can’t they find an actor less than 135 who wants to work these days?
Oh I know. Ed Bishop was also in 2001 and two Bond films.
Ed Bishop was in “You Only Live Twice” as Hawaian Control in the gunbarrel pretitle sequence. He and Michael Billington died the same week.
Her name is Shakira.
Sure, they can. Now, finding one who can act is another question.
I don't care how old Michael Caine is; he can still act.
Could be worth the rental.
This summer he came out against high taxation in Britain.
He has one of those demented British non-smiles smiles.
Ed Bishop was also in Diamonds Are Forever. He was Klaus Hergersheimer.
His wife was a Goddess back in the day...
The thing I like about MC is that plays the type of character that I like. The individual who does his job with a slightly anti-establishment streak yet he always does his duty.
“Tax got to 82 per cent [in the 1970s] and I thought this was kind of unfair,” he said. “Also, I see... that the government has taken it up to 50 per cent and if it goes to 51 I will be back in America.
“I will not pay the Government more than I get. No way, ever. So they’ve reached their limit with me. That’s the lot.”