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Barbra Streisand

Best known as an Actress based on credits in that role in 16 films, with $1,418,907,315 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,469)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Mrs. Focker (Meet the Fockers), Rosalind "Roz" Focker (Little Fockers), Joyce Brewster (The Guilt Trip), Susan Lowenstein (The Prince of Tides), Rose Morgan (The Mirror Has Two Faces)
Best-Known Technical Roles: The Guilt Trip (Executive Producer), The Mirror Has Two Faces (Director), The Prince of Tides (Director), Yentl (Director)
Most productive collaborators: Robert De Niro, Cathy Sandrich, Seth Rogen, Amanda Mackey, Jay Roach

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Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
As an Actor(Unclassified)11$460,213,398$0$460,213,398
Lead Ensemble Member1$148,438,600$162,211,974$310,650,574
In Technical RolesDirector3$155,052,268$0$155,052,268
Executive Producer1$37,134,215$0$37,134,215

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 30th, 2013

April 30th, 2013

Like I mentioned last week, this week the biggest release on the home market is Silver Linings Playbook, while there are a couple other sizable releases, like Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Three on Blu-ray. However, you quickly run into filler as you look down the list. Fortunately, Silver Linings Playbook is such a great movie that the Blu-ray Combo Pack would be Pick of the Week material, even during a busy week. It is not the only contender for that title. Even sight unseen, Kyatto-Ninden Teyandee Complete Series Megaset comes a close second, while Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Three earned that title last week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: The Guilt Trip

April 28th, 2013

The Guilt Trip came out a week before Christmas, which is a great time of year to release a film. However, while it lived up to modest expectations, it was far from a hit at the box office. This is partially due to the huge amount of films released over the course of one week, but would it have thrived had it had the weekend to itself? More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: Hello, Dolly!

April 18th, 2013

Hello, Dolly! was one of the biggest films that came out in 1969, both in terms of box office numbers and Oscar glory. Unfortunately, it was also one of the biggest films in terms of production budget, so it was not a financial success at the time. In fact, it helped kill the major movie musical and nearly killed the studio. Did it fail to live up to expectations because of when it was released? (Not only was the Broadway show still a major hit, movie musicals were waning in popularity.) Or would it have struggled no matter what? Does it work today? More...

2012 Preview: December

December 1st, 2012

November was a strong month and left 2012 with a very easy path to a new all time record. There was only one major miss the entire month, Rise of the Guardians, while The Silver Linings Playbook was pulled from wide release at the last minute, so it is a little hard to judge its box office performance. On the positive side, Skyfall might top original expectations by $100 million. All this December has to do is maintain pace with last December to ensure 2012 sets the new record. I would like to say that will be easy to do, but I really don't know. Last year, there was only one $200 million hit, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, plus a few others that reached $100 million, so the bar isn't set too high. This year, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is expected to at least come close to $300 million. Some think it will earn more than $400 million. However, it could also be the last film to make $100 million till February. December is normally a very good month to release a film, but the release schedule is so messed up that it makes it very hard to predict what will happen. There appears to be just ten films opening truly wide this month (I'm getting mixed signals on a few of them). That's a really light schedule for a month and a light schedule tends to help maximize the box office potential for individual films. However, eight of these films open wide within a seven-day period. That's insane. There's no way all of those films will find an audience and there's a chance that due to the competition, none of them will. Let's hope the situation isn't as bad as that, but there are some serious reasons to be concerned for most new releases coming out this month. More...

Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
12/19/2012 The Guilt Trip Joyce Brewster  $37,134,215 $0 $37,134,215
12/22/2010 Little Fockers Rosalind "Roz" Focker  $148,438,600 $162,211,974 $310,650,574
12/22/2004 Meet the Fockers Mrs. Focker  $279,167,575 $237,400,000 $516,567,575
11/15/1996 The Mirror Has Two Faces Rose Morgan  $41,252,428 $0 $41,252,428
12/25/1991 The Prince of Tides Susan Lowenstein  $74,787,599 $0 $74,787,599
11/20/1987 Nuts Claudia Draper  $28,866,028 $0 $28,866,028
11/18/1983 Yentl Yentl  $39,012,241 $0 $39,012,241
3/6/1981 All Night Long Cheryl Gibbons  $7,800,000 $0 $7,800,000
6/22/1979 The Main Event Hillary Kramer  $37,198,813 $0 $37,198,813
12/24/1976 A Star is Born Esther Hoffman  $63,129,898 $0 $63,129,898
3/7/1975 Funny Lady Fanny Brice  $40,055,897 $0 $40,055,897
10/19/1973 The Way We Were Karie Morosky  $49,919,870 $0 $49,919,870
3/10/1972 What's Up, Doc? Judy Maxwell  $57,142,740 $0 $57,142,740
11/3/1970 The Owl and the Pussycat Doris  $23,681,338 $0 $23,681,338
12/16/1969 Hello, Dolly Dolly Levi  $33,208,099 $0 $33,208,099
9/19/1968 Funny Girl Fanny Brice  $58,500,000 $0 $58,500,000
Movies: 16Totals:$1,019,295,341$399,611,974$1,418,907,315
Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
12/19/2012 The Guilt Trip Executive Producer $37,134,215 $0 $37,134,215
11/15/1996 The Mirror Has Two Faces Director $41,252,428 $0 $41,252,428
12/25/1991 The Prince of Tides Director $74,787,599 $0 $74,787,599
11/18/1983 Yentl Director $39,012,241 $0 $39,012,241
Movies: 4Totals:$192,186,483$0$192,186,483