|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$213,117,789||$79,620,837||$292,738,626|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $384,984,505 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #8,431)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Number Three (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Bullard (Welcome to Mooseport), The Grandson (The Princess Bride), Corey Woods (The Wizard), Charlie (Vice Versa)|
|Most productive collaborators: Mike Myers, Jay Roach, Beyonce Knowles, Michael Caine, Michael McCullers|
December 6th, 2015
The second installment of the Holiday Gift Guide focuses on TV on DVD releases. It's going to be a little short this year, because I was not impressed with last year's batch of new releases. There are five networks, but there are only four shows that debuted last season on this list. (Although I admit I don't watch The Flash (DVD or Blu-ray) or Jane the Virgin (DVD) and the WB doesn't hand out screeners.) There were a few other cable shows that started last year that I love, but this includes stuff like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Daredevil, neither of which are on DVD. Additionally, there weren't as many Full-Series Megasets as years past, at least not ones that I think are worthy for this list. Mad Men might be the only Megaset for a concurrent show that makes the list. This all adds up to a short list this year.
December 7th, 2014
This week on the Holiday Gift Guide, we tackle TV on DVD releases. As usual, I will only talk about first season and complete series updates, because you don't need me to tell you if Modern Family: Season Five on DVD would be a good gift or not. Do you know someone who owns and likes the first four seasons but doesn't have season five on DVD yet? Buy it. Or maybe not. Maybe they are waiting for it to come out on Blu-ray. Okay, bad example. But you get were I'm coming from. Unfortunately, this year's collection seems rather weak. There were only three new TV shows from last year that I really liked and there are not as many Full-Season Megasets to compensate. Worst still, some of these Megasets that are coming out are like True Blood or How I Met Your Mother and ended on a really weak note.
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?
|2/20/2004||Welcome to Mooseport||Bullard||$14,469,428||$0||$14,469,428|
|10/11/2002||The Rules of Attraction||Marc||$6,525,762||$5,273,298||$11,799,060|
|7/25/2002||Austin Powers in Goldmember||Number Three||$213,117,789||$79,620,837||$292,738,626|
|12/15/1989||The Wizard||Corey Woods||$14,278,900||$0||$14,278,900|
|9/25/1987||The Princess Bride||The Grandson||$30,857,000||$0||$30,857,000|
|8/15/1986||The Boy Who Could Fly||Louis Michaelson||$7,177,431||$0||$7,177,431|