|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$43,057,470||$21,194,568||$64,252,038|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $64,252,038 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #30,249)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Grace (Wag the Dog)|
|Most productive collaborators: Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Barry Levinson, David Mamet, Anne Heche|
July 24th, 2013
Star Trek: The Next Generation is one of the most successful syndicated shows of all time. It ran for seven seasons and was seen by millions every week. I've had a chance to review all three previous seasons. Season one was mostly mediocre, while season two had better highs, but worse lows. It was season three where the show reached its full potential. Is season four just as good? Is it even better? Or does it slip a little in quality?
December 1st, 2012
Star Trek: The Next Generation lasted for seven seasons and for much of its run, it was considered the best Sci-fi series of its day. However, season one wasn't among its best seasons. In fact, it wasn't until the fifth / sixth episode, Where No One Has Gone Before, till we got a good episode and there are only about six others that are good. Granted, a lot of shows take a little while to find their footing. So does the show begin to shine in Season Two? Or does it take a step back? What about extras and the technical presentation? Do they warrant the high price?
|12/25/1997||Wag the Dog||Grace||$43,057,470||$21,194,568||$64,252,038|