|As an Actor||Supporting||8||$189,534,365||$329,452,679||$518,987,044|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 25 films, with $728,715,634 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #4,475)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Papa Smurf (Smurfs: The Lost Village), 88 Keys (Dick Tracy), Dr. Murray Kaplan (The Doctor), Stanley (Everyone's Hero), Avigdor (Yentl)|
|Most productive collaborators: Hayao Miyazaki, Hideaki Anno, Jun Kunimura, Toshio Suzuki, Mirai Shida|
July 9th, 2017
Smurfs: The Lost Village is the third theatrical release in the franchise, but it is a reboot dropping the live action elements the first two films had. Unfortunately, it had the worst box office performance in the franchise and even though it did better internationally, there likely won’t be another film in the franchise for quite a while. Is this unfortunate news? Did the franchise finally find its footing? Or was it clear it was never going to get better?
September 21st, 2013
In my opinion, Homeland was the best new release of last year. I am not alone in that opinion. In fact, given its performance at the Golden Globes and the Emmys, many, many people thought it was the best show, period. This is a double-edged sword, on the other hand, as it means there are incredible expectations for season two. Can it possibly live up to season one? Does it get even better?
January 27th, 2013
Rootin' Tootin' Wild West comes out on DVD this week as a Walmart exclusive. However, after spending 20 minutes on their site and trying several variations of the spelling of "Rootin'" ("Rooting", "Rootin", "Rootin'") I couldn't find the link. Maybe it is in store only. Regardless, it is coming out as an exclusive this week, while it will likely be everywhere in a few months. So what shows are featured on this mixed DVD?
October 25th, 2012
The 25th Anniversary Edition of The Princess Bride came out on Blu-ray at the beginning of the month, and since then three more versions have been released. I'm joking, but I do have a point. This film has been released on the home market more times than I can remember. It's not even the first time it has been released on Blu-ray. So is this edition worth picking up if you didn't grab it the first time? Is it worth the upgrade?
|4/7/2017||Smurfs: The Lost Village||Papa Smurf||$45,011,202||$152,247,752||$197,258,954|
|11/18/2016||Ali and Nino||Mandy Patinkin||$0||$4,704||$4,704|
|11/18/2016||Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have…||Himself||$106,986||$0||$106,986|
|7/18/2014||Wish I Was Here||Gabe Bloom||$3,591,299||$3,000,066||$6,591,365|
|2/21/2014||Kaze Tachinu||Hattori (U.S. Version)||$5,201,879||$112,722,821||$117,924,700|
|10/1/1999||The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland||Huxley||$11,634,458||$0||$11,634,458|
|10/28/1994||Squanto: A Warrior's Tale||Brother Daniel||$3,319,344||$0||$3,319,344|
|6/4/1993||Life With Mikey||Irate Man||$12,349,549||$0||$12,349,549|
|7/24/1991||The Doctor||Dr. Murray Kaplan||$37,497,480||$0||$37,497,480|
|5/10/1991||Madonna: Truth or Dare||Himself||$15,012,935||$14,000,000||$29,012,935|
|4/12/1991||Impromptu||Alfred De Musset||$4,076,211||$0||$4,076,211|
|3/15/1991||True Colors||John Palmeri||$418,807||$0||$418,807|
|6/15/1990||Dick Tracy||88 Keys||$103,738,726||$59,000,000||$162,738,726|
|10/7/1988||Alien Nation||Det. Samuel 'George' Francisco||$25,216,243||$0||$25,216,243|
|1/1/1988||The House on Carroll Street||Ray Salwen||$459,824||$0||$459,824|
|9/25/1987||The Princess Bride||Inigo Montoya||$30,857,000||$0||$30,857,000|
|5/2/1979||Last Embrace||First Commuter||$381,119||$0||$381,119|
|1/1/1978||The Big Fix||Pool Man||$12,000,000||$0||$12,000,000|