Carl Reiner tracks down several nonagenarians to show how the twilight years can be rewarding.Carl Reiner tracks down several nonagenarians to show how the twilight years can be rewarding.Carl Reiner tracks down several nonagenarians to show how the twilight years can be rewarding.
Getting old sounds like fun if you watch this doc.
It was wonderful seeing the great celebrities I grew up with from the 1950's-1960's. The thing is that all these people are rich. They didn't find any washed up or middle class or poor celebrities. They found folks with trainers, dietitians, and all the money in the world to fix anything short of falling off a cliff. Nor did they mention if any of these folks had any serious health issues in their past. DNA and luck plays a huge part in this story. Still, in spite of the huge departure from reality (What am I saying? This is TV!)it was an enjoyable documentary if for no other reason to see all these wonderful artists talk about their versions of why they aren't dead yet. One last thing...while these artists put on a show for the cameras, you could see they were struggling to keep up. Clearly, they are doing well considering their age...but sharp? I don't think so.
- Jun 5, 2017
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