|As an Actor||Supporting||15||$965,745,133||$1,192,527,773||$2,158,272,906|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$1,588,087||$8,136,973||$9,725,060|
|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||1||$5,573||$0||$5,573|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 15 films, with $2,158,272,906 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #529)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Jenny Curran (Forrest Gump), Fan/Belle (Disney's A Christmas Carol), Erika Berger (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Sharon (Moneyball), Queen Wealthow (Beowulf)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Our Man in Tehran (Screenwriter)|
|Most productive collaborators: Robert Zemeckis, Steve Starkey, Jason Clarke, Baltasar Kormakur, Tom Hanks|
December 2nd, 2014
It is a good week / bad week on the home market. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the biggest and possibly the best release of the week and the 3D Combo Pack is a Pick of the Week contender. However, there are several other contenders, including two where I'm still waiting for the screener: Legend of Korra: Book Three - Change on DVD or Blu-ray and Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Seven on Blu-ray. However, in the end I went with Mr. Smith Goes to Washington on Blu-ray.
November 4th, 2014
A Most Wanted Man is famous for a really negative reason. It is one of the last films starring Philip Seymour Hoffman released after his untimely death. It earned incredible reviews and did really well at the box office for a limited release, but it wasn't able to break into truly wide releases. Is the movie as good as its reviews? Or were critics quick to praise the film for its significance in Philip Seymour Hoffman's life?
August 29th, 2014
It's not a great week for limited releases as there are only two films earning overwhelmingly positive reviews: The Congress and Starred Up. Both of those films are playing on Video on Demand as well, so their box office numbers are likely going to be weaker than their Tomatometer Scores. Cantinflas does have an outside shot at tenth place, so at least there's some good news as far as limited releases are concerned. Swearnet: The Movie might turn out to be the biggest hit of the weekend north of the border, but it doesn't open in the States till next month.
September 6th, 2013
As usual the weekend after Labor Day, it's a very busy week in limited release. Unfortunately, it is a case of quantity over quality. There are a couple of films earning good reviews: a foreign language film, Populaire, and a documentary, Red Obsession. It is unlikely either of them will find a large enough audience in limited release that they will be able to expand significantly. On the other hand, Awards Season is just around the corner, so fans of limited releases won't have to wait long before they will be flooded with options.
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?
|8/29/2014||The Congress||Robin Wright||$137,815||$2,159||$139,974|
|7/25/2014||A Most Wanted Man||Martha Sullivan||$17,237,855||$18,831,035||$36,068,890|
|12/20/2011||The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||Erika Berger||$102,515,793||$136,858,177||$239,373,970|
|4/15/2011||The Conspirator||Mary Surratt||$11,538,204||$4,369,207||$15,907,411|
|11/27/2009||The Private Lives of Pippa Lee||Pippa Lee||$337,356||$0||$337,356|
|11/6/2009||Disney's A Christmas Carol||Fan/Belle||$137,855,863||$177,853,834||$315,709,697|
|10/16/2009||New York, I Love You||Anna||$1,588,087||$8,136,973||$9,725,060|
|4/17/2009||State of Play||Anne Collins||$37,017,955||$51,814,255||$88,832,210|
|10/17/2008||What Just Happened||Kelly||$1,090,947||$1,321,176||$2,412,123|
|12/15/2006||Breaking and Entering||Liv||$930,469||$0||$930,469|
|7/23/2004||A Home at the End of the World||Clare||$1,029,017||$4,793||$1,033,810|
|10/24/2003||The Singing Detective||Nicola/Nina/Blonde||$336,456||$188,291||$524,747|
|10/11/2002||White Oleander||Starr Thomas||$16,357,770||$5,300,000||$21,657,770|
|2/22/2002||How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog||Melanie McGowan||$48,564||$0||$48,564|
|10/19/2001||The Last Castle||General Irwin's Daughter||$18,208,078||$2,333,590||$20,541,668|
|2/12/1999||Message in a Bottle||Theresa Osborne||$52,799,004||$0||$52,799,004|
|8/27/1997||She's So Lovely||Maureen||$7,221,836||$0||$7,221,836|
|6/14/1996||Moll Flanders||Moll Flanders||$3,363,968||$0||$3,363,968|
|11/15/1995||The Crossing Guard||Jojo||$847,704||$0||$847,704|
|7/6/1994||Forrest Gump||Jenny Curran||$330,151,138||$349,706,026||$679,857,164|
|4/22/1992||The Playboys||Tara Maguire||$4,906,900||$0||$4,906,900|
|9/14/1990||State of Grace||Kathleen Flannery||$1,911,542||$0||$1,911,542|
|9/25/1987||The Princess Bride||Buttercup||$30,857,000||$0||$30,857,000|
|5/15/2015||Our Man in Tehran||Screenwriter||$5,573||$0||$5,573|