|As an Actor||(Unclassified)||10||$181,044,697||$28,191,925||$209,236,622|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 19 films, with $1,057,320,231 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #2,199)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Peter Ludlow (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), Richard DeTamble (The Time Traveler's Wife), John C. Calhoun (Amistad), Owen Traft (Mickey & Mallory's guardian angel) (Natural Born Killers), Virgil (To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar)|
July 11th, 2014
For the past couple of seasons of True Blood, there have been troubling signs. The show was clearly off its peak in terms of quality and this was adversely affecting its ratings as well. It was still a good show, but no longer a great show. Season Six saw the show earn its weakest ratings since season one, which was before it was discovered by most people. Is this also a sign that these troubling signs finally broke and True Blood is now just a shadow of what it once was?
May 5th, 2014
I don't think it is unfair to call Amistad Oscar-bait. It is a film based on a powerful real life story that came out in theaters in December, right in the heart of Oscar season. However, it didn't live up to expectations, either with critics or at the box office. It did pick up four Oscar nominations, but it failed to convert any of those into wins. Then again, "Not quite good enough for Oscars." is hardly a damning statement. Was the movie hurt by unrealistic expectations? Has it aged well in the years since it came out? And is the Blu-ray worth picking up?
March 25th, 2013
The Sandlot opened in 1993 and only earned good reviews, but not great reviews, and went on to become a midlevel hit, but no more. On the other hand, it became a bit of a cult classic on the home market. Does its appeal depend on nostalgia? Or is it a good film in its own regard?
|8/14/2009||The Time Traveler's Wife||Richard DeTamble||$63,414,846||$38,917,289||$102,332,135|
|11/30/2007||Awake||Dr. Jonathan Neyer||$14,373,825||$18,594,823||$32,968,648|
|2/22/2002||Big Bad Love||Barlow||$100,420||$0||$100,420|
|12/3/1999||A Map of the World||Paul Reverdy||$544,538||$0||$544,538|
|12/12/1997||Amistad||John C. Calhoun||$44,175,394||$14,037,559||$58,212,953|
|5/22/1997||The Lost World: Jurassic Park||Peter Ludlow||$229,074,524||$389,552,320||$618,626,844|
|9/8/1995||To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Ju…||Virgil||$36,422,690||$0||$36,422,690|
|8/26/1994||Natural Born Killers||Owen Traft (Mickey & Mallory's guardian angel)||$50,215,954||$0||$50,215,954|
|4/7/1993||The Sandlot||Grown-up Scotty||$32,416,586||$0||$32,416,586|
|11/22/1991||For the Boys||Sgt. Michael Leonard||$17,684,580||$0||$17,684,580|
|2/2/1990||Men Don't Leave||Charles Simon||$6,050,018||$0||$6,050,018|
|12/2/1988||Tequila Sunrise||Gregg Lindroff||$38,022,210||$0||$38,022,210|
|4/15/1988||Plain Clothes||Nick Dunbar||$289,000||$0||$289,000|
|6/26/1987||Full Metal Jacket||Pvt. Cowboy||$45,015,999||$0||$45,015,999|