|As an Actor||Supporting||7||$325,695,646||$897,394,204||$1,223,089,850|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$209,397,903||$485,315,327||$694,713,230|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $1,223,089,850 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,388)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Madeleine Swann (Spectre), Sabine Moreau (Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol), Clotilde (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Gabrielle (Midnight in Paris), Loner Leader (The Lobster)|
|Most productive collaborators: Daniel Craig, Sam Mendes, Christoph Waltz, Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli|
June 10th, 2016
There are a few limited releases coming out this week that have a chance of finding an audience, but none that will expand significantly. De Palma is a must see for fans of the director, or of movie business documentaries in general. King Jack has perfect reviews, but it is also playing on Video On Demand. Therapy for a Vampire is the film I'm most interested in seeing, but while its reviews are great, it likely won't escape the art house circuit.
March 7th, 2016
Spectre is the latest Bond film. It is a follow-up to Skyfall, which not only earned stellar reviews, but was also the biggest box office hit in the franchise earning more than $1 billion worldwide. Spectre wasn't as strong at the box office or with critics, but I'm a long time fan of the franchise, so I will still like it, right?
June 28th, 2014
The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest film from auteur director, Wes Anderson, and it is also his biggest box office hit. I liked some of his earlier films, but after The Life Aquatic and The Darjeeling Limited, I didn't consider myself a fan of his work. Then I saw The Fantastic Mr. Fox and Moonrise Kingdom and I loved both. Because of this, I was super excited to see The Grand Budapest Hotel and its box office success caused my expectations to rise even more. Did they rise too high? Is this Wes Anderson's best movie, as well as his biggest hit?
March 6th, 2013
Farewell, My Queen opened last July and earned more than $1 million in limited release. That's impressive compared to most limited releases, and it is doubly so for a foreign language film. Did it deserve this run? And if so, do the DVD and Blu-ray live up to the film?
|12/31/2016||Juste La Fin Du Monde||$0||$0||$0|
|6/10/2016||Le Journal d'une femme de chambre||Célestine||$53,581||$0||$53,581|
|3/25/2016||The Lobster||Loner Leader||$9,183,720||$6,446,893||$15,630,613|
|11/20/2015||De la guerre||Marie||$5,086||$0||$5,086|
|5/8/2015||Saint Laurent||Loulou De Falaise||$429,477||$0||$429,477|
|3/7/2014||The Grand Budapest Hotel||Clotilde||$59,076,019||$105,274,390||$164,350,409|
|10/11/2013||La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2||Emma||$2,450,504||$20,486,697||$22,937,201|
|10/5/2012||L'enfant d'en haut||Louise||$0||$1,102,869||$1,102,869|
|7/13/2012||Les adieux à la reine||Sidonie Laborde||$1,329,660||$0||$1,329,660|
|12/16/2011||Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol||Sabine Moreau||$209,397,903||$485,315,327||$694,713,230|
|8/5/2011||Misterios de Lisboa||Blanche de Montfort||$110,507||$0||$110,507|
|5/20/2011||Midnight in Paris||Gabrielle||$56,816,662||$106,126,173||$162,942,835|