|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $216,682,372 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #13,925)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Stuart Whitworth (The Help), Piz (Veronica Mars), Peter (Love and Honor)|
|Most productive collaborators: Emma Stone, Tate Taylor, Viola Davis, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kathryn Stockett|
June 20th, 2017
GLOW is a new Netflix TV show loosely based on the real-life G.L.O.W., a.k.a. Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a late 1980s female wrestling show. It is a fictional account of how G.L.O.W. got started, but is it worth checking out? Does it take this obviously sensational material and create real drama? Or is it exploitative and do a disservice to G.L.O.W.’s legacy?
January 31st, 2014
It's a rather busy week for limited releases, but not a good week. There are a couple of films that are earning overwhelmingly good reviews, 12 O'Clock Boys and Tim's Vermeer, but there are more films earning terrible reviews. The limited release I'm most interested in are the 2014 Oscar Shorts. This year they are split into four films (live action, animated, and two for the documentaries) and should easily be the biggest limited release of the weekend. The total combined reviews are 30 positive and only 4 negative.
|1/31/2014||Brightest Star||The Boy||$0||$0||$0|
|3/22/2013||Love and Honor||Peter||$16,769||$60,216||$76,985|
|8/10/2011||The Help||Stuart Whitworth||$169,705,587||$43,414,417||$213,120,004|
|11/14/2014||Beside Still Waters||Director,|