|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 10 films, with $808,507,554 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #3,071)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Scientist #1 (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Jeff Carson (Draft Day), Sir Edmund William Godfrey (Magnolia), John Ellis (Ghost World), Wilbur Ford (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Take Me (Director)|
|Most productive collaborators: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Chris Evans, Anthony Russo, Scarlett Johansson|
May 5th, 2017
It is one of those weeks where it is hard to find a film with high box office potential. Last Men in Aleppo is the best movie, but as a documentary, it likely won’t expand significantly. Chuck has a great cast, but it’s reviews are merely good. Maybe The Lovers will do the best.
June 14th, 2014
Cheap Thrills came out in theaters and on Video on Demand in March and it did well during its opening weekend, but its legs were really short. Normally this would suggest poor word-of-mouth, but the reviews were excellent. Then again, it is a black comedy, which is a hard genre to market. Now that it is out on the home market, will it perform better?
March 21st, 2014
There are quite a few limited releases this week, including Nymphomaniac: Volume 1, which is earning the loudest buzz. Its reviews are great, but not as strong as the buzz, plus it has been playing on Video on Demand. The best reviews go to Cheap Thrills (Reviews) and Jodorowsky's Dune (Reviews). Hopefully both films will find an audience this weekend, but limited release is a rough go even with the best reviews.
February 23rd, 2013
Compliance had some pretty good pre-release buzz for a limited release and its reviews were even better than the buzz. This helped it opened with more than $16,000 in just one theater. However, after that it really struggled and quickly disappeared from theaters. Is it the type of film that will please critics, but not the average moviegoer? Or does it deserve a wider audience?
December 15th, 2012
We are getting closer and closer to Christmas and we are getting to the crunch time for gift shopping. After checking out first run releases and franchise box sets in Part I and TV on DVD releases in Part II, this week we look at limited releases, classics, and foreign films. Some are pretty obvious choices, as we had a few limited releases that broke into the mainstream during their theatrical releases, but there are also a few more films that slipped beneath the radar the last time around. The biggest of these is...
|7/1/2016||Carnage Park||Wyatt Moss||$0||$0||$0|
|10/30/2015||Freaks of Nature||Zombie Priest||$0||$0||$0|
|10/16/2015||Tales of Halloween||$0||$237,628||$237,628|
|4/11/2014||Draft Day||Jeff Carson||$28,842,237||$434,667||$29,276,904|
|4/4/2014||Captain America: The Winter Soldier||Scientist #1||$259,746,958||$454,654,931||$714,401,889|
|9/21/2007||The Assassination of Jesse James by t…||Wilbur Ford||$3,909,149||$11,404,482||$15,313,631|
|7/20/2001||Ghost World||John Ellis||$6,217,849||$2,543,759||$8,761,608|
|12/17/1999||Magnolia||Sir Edmund William Godfrey||$22,450,975||$25,995,827||$48,446,802|