|As an Actor||Supporting||3||$203,235,182||$191,883,849||$395,119,031|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $422,570,843 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #7,551)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Judge Larren Lyttle (Presumed Innocent), Captain Clark Terrell (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Lt. Traxler (The Terminator), Lucien Celine (The Serpent and the Rainbow), Ambassador (Death Before Dishonor)|
|Most productive collaborators: Harrison Ford, Alan J. Pakula, Brian Dennehy, Sydney Pollack, Raul Julia|
June 12th, 2016
I've never done a full featured review of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, although I have reviewed it as part of a couple of box sets in the past. It is widely considered the best film in the franchise and I absolutely agree with that assessment. Last week, the Director's Cut came out on Blu-ray for the first time individually. I assume most fans of the franchise already own this film on DVD, and Blu-ray, and if they are like me, on VHS as well. So the question isn't, "Is this a movie worth owning." It's, "Is it worth buying for the fifth or sixth time?"
March 16th, 2014
The Horror at 37,000 Feet is a TV movie starring, among others, William Shatner as an ex-priest on a plane that is attacked by an ancient demon. There's no way this movie will be good, at least not in the traditional sense of the word. But will it be entertaining?
|6/9/2000||Catfish in Black Bean Sauce||Harold Williams||$1,315,573||$0||$1,315,573|
|5/10/1996||Original Gangstas||Rev. Dorsey||$3,279,266||$0||$3,279,266|
|7/27/1990||Presumed Innocent||Judge Larren Lyttle||$86,303,188||$134,996,812||$221,300,000|
|2/5/1988||The Serpent and the Rainbow||Lucien Celine||$19,595,000||$0||$19,595,000|
|2/20/1987||Death Before Dishonor||Ambassador||$3,261,973||$0||$3,261,973|
|10/26/1984||The Terminator||Lt. Traxler||$38,019,031||$40,000,000||$78,019,031|
|6/4/1982||Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan||Captain Clark Terrell||$78,912,963||$16,887,037||$95,800,000|