|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$7,396||$0||$7,396|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$0||$0||$0|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $7,396 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #56,126)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Brian (The Giant Mechanical Man)|
|Most productive collaborators: Jenna Fischer, Rich Ragsdale, Chris Messina, Patrick Belton, Malin Akerman|
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?
October 25th, 2015
I got a chance to review the last Mad Men release as the Complete Series Megaset came out the same week as the DVD and Blu-ray for Season Seven, Part Two. I requested the Megaset, but I got the final two-disc release. I hate reviewing partial seasons, especially when it is the second half of a season where I didn't review the first half. These tend to be nothing but spoilers, making it nearly impossible to review. Is that this case here? Yes. So we can't get into details, as we hit spoilers right away. Fortunately, this is the end of the series, so details are less important than seeing what happens to the characters and if their arcs had satisfying conclusions. Is that the case?
November 13th, 2013
Season Six of Mad Men is the penultimate season for the show. This is bittersweet for fans, because a lot of them will be losing their favorite show. Also, it makes the expectations really high. Fans will demand the show go off on high note and any sign of a decrease in quality might send them off in a panic. Are there reasons to panic? Or does it look like the seventh and final season will be a great send off for the show?