|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 8 films, with $376,877,754 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #7,376)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Tom Hanna (Kicking and Screaming), John Allen (Zodiac), Matt (Keeping the Faith), Luke Barry (The Core), Seminary Student (Fight Club)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Thanks for Sharing (Screenwriter)|
|Most productive collaborators: Mark Ruffalo, David Fincher, Stuart Blumberg, Edward Norton, Cean Chaffin|
December 27th, 2013
Star Trek: Enterprise ran for four seasons, which means the series is already halfway done its Blu-ray run. On the seventh of January, the film's third season hits Blu-ray. If you look at various sites that rate episodes, you will find 80% of the bottom twenty episodes of this show's run are from the first two seasons, while 80% of the top twenty episodes are from the third and fourth seasons. That's quite a turnaround. But is it enough? Or is being better than the first two seasons just damning it with faint praise?
November 8th, 2012
Annie Claus is Coming to Town is one of many Christmas movies out there that focus not on Santa Claus, but one of his relatives. It first aired on The Hallmark Channel, which has a reputation for its TV movies, and not a particularly good one. That said, I always try to go into these movies without preconceived opinions, but maybe lowered expectations will be a good thing.
|10/1/2010||Barry Munday||Kyle Pennington||$0||$0||$0|
|5/13/2005||Kicking and Screaming||Tom Hanna||$52,842,724||$3,000,000||$55,842,724|
|3/28/2003||The Core||Luke Barry||$31,111,260||$43,021,371||$74,132,631|
|2/7/2003||Deliver Us From Eva||Oscar||$17,573,594||$0||$17,573,594|
|4/14/2000||Keeping the Faith||Matt||$37,036,404||$8,300,000||$45,336,404|
|10/15/1999||Fight Club||Seminary Student||$37,030,102||$63,821,795||$100,851,897|
|9/20/2013||Thanks for Sharing||Screenwriter||$1,066,256||$2,752,348||$3,818,604|