|As an Actor||Lead Ensemble Member||1||$56,607,223||$30,000,000||$86,607,223|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 9 films, with $475,363,993 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #6,654)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Rutt (Brother Bear), Harold Grisham (Rat Race), M.C (Stripes), Highmaster (Coneheads), Sam Sleaze (Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird)|
|Most productive collaborators: Rowan Atkinson, Jerry Zucker, John Cleese, Andy Breckman, Whoopi Goldberg|
March 2nd, 2016
There are some really good releases on this week's Home Market Release Report, including many that either won or were competing for Oscars, like Creed, Room, etc. However, once you get past the cream of the crop, there isn't much in the way of depth. Most of the Oscar contenders are Pick of the Week Contenders, but the best release by far is The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew on Blu-ray. This is the greatest movie ever made.
March 10th, 2013
This week there are three Disney Blu-ray Double-Shots coming out. This includes one that I've previously reviewed on DVD, but two that I missed the first time around. Each film includes a major theatrical release, plus the direct-to-DVD sequels. How many of the theatrical releases are worth owning? Are any of the direct-to-DVD sequels worth picking up? Are the double-shots worth the money?
|8/17/2001||Rat Race||Harold Grisham||$56,607,223||$30,000,000||$86,607,223|
|12/31/1992||Boris & Natasha: The Movie||Boris Badunov||$0||$0||$0|
|10/25/1985||My Man Adam||Jerry Swit||$92,920||$0||$92,920|
|8/2/1985||Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird||Sam Sleaze||$13,961,370||$0||$13,961,370|
|8/19/1983||The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie…||Doug McKenzie||$7,035,618||$0||$7,035,618|