|As an Actor||Extra||1||$94,514,402||$59,703,766||$154,218,168|
|Best known as an Extra Actress based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $154,218,168 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #4)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Spa Girl (Beverly Hills Chihuahua)|
|Most productive collaborators: Piper Perabo, Raja Gosnell, Manolo Cardona, Analisa Labianco, Jamie Lee Curtis|
October 21st, 2013
Zombie Massacre arrived about a month late, which still means it has been sitting on my desk for about a month waiting for me to get to it. When a screener arrives late, I put it somewhere in the pile of late reviews based on a few factors. If it is just a day or so late, I try to get to it right away so the review is still timely. If it is more than a week late, it goes lower in the pile. If it is almost a month late and I didn't request it in the first place, it goes to be bottom of the pile. However, it is nearly Halloween, so I figured I better get to this one before it is too late. Has it aged well sitting on my desk? Or should I have pretended it didn't arrive at all?