|In Technical Roles||Editor||4||$5,337,770||$512,883||$5,850,653|
|Best known as an Editor based on credits in that role in 4 films, with $5,850,653 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,000)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Frozen (Director), Frozen (Screenwriter), Frozen (Story Creator), Wreck-It Ralph (Screenwriter), The Skeleton Twins (Producer)|
|Most productive collaborators: Kristen Bell, Chris Buck, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, John Lasseter|
December 16th, 2014
The Skeleton Twins is the fifth film I reviewed this week and it is the only one that earned impressive reviews. This does raise expectations, but is that a mistake? Or does this film truly deserve the critical praise it has received?
November 1st, 2013
October ended on a winning note, but it was the only time the entire month that 2013 topped 2012 in the year-over-year comparison. This is quite shocking, as Gravity crushed expectations with more than $200 million and counting. Even with that surprise monster hit, the month still couldn't keep pace with last year. Compared to October, November looks a lot better with three films that could be monster hits: Frozen, Thor: The Dark World, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. On the other hand, those are the only three movies with a 50/50 chance or better to top $100 million compared, while there were seven films that reached that milestone last November. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire should make more than last year's number one film, Skyfall, but the depth last year could prove too much to deal with. 2013 might dip below last year's pace sometime during the month, but hopefully it won't stay there too long.
|9/12/2014||The Skeleton Twins||Editor,|
|5/11/2012||Small, Beautifully Moving Parts||Editor||$8,631||$0||$8,631|
|1/13/2012||Don't Go in the Woods||Editor||$0||$0||$0|