|As an Actor||Leading||3||$19,444,631||$2,700,000||$22,144,631|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$0||$0||$0|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 11 films, with $65,610,786 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #32,224)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Roger Cobb (House), Tommy Ross (Carrie), George Loomis (Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend), Mr. Purr (Jawbreaker), Gino (Circuit)|
|Most productive collaborators: Steve Miner, George Wendt, Ethan Wiley, Richard Moll, Sean Cunningham|
May 7th, 2017
You might be wondering, “Wait a minute. Didn’t this Blu-ray come out nearly a month ago?” Yes. House: Two Stories was released on April 11th and the studio sent a screener to me more than two weeks in advance. Normally, this is plenty of time to get the review done on time. Unfortunately, it got stuck at the border for a month, so the review is late. Was it worth the wait?
June 6th, 2014
After the Perry Mason TV series ended, the show was mostly dormant till the 1980s when a series of TV movies came out. I got a chance to review Volume Two and this week I'm reviewing Volume One, sort of. The six movies from Volume One are be released as Double-Features, for those who liked one or two of the movies, but not all of them. Are they worth picking up? Or is the full volume a better deal?
May 24th, 2014
Perry Mason lasted for nine seasons starting in 1957. After nearly two decades off the air, the show returned, this time in the form of a series of TV movies. Volume One came out last December, and unfortunately I wasn't able to get a screener to review. More recently, Volume Two came out, and while the screener arrived late, I finally got to the review. So how do the TV movies compare to the original series?
|9/27/2013||The Secret Lives of Dorks||Thomas Gibson||$0||$0||$0|
|10/19/2010||Mirrors 2: Evil Lives||$0||$0||$0|
|3/22/1985||Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend||George Loomis||$14,276,095||$0||$14,276,095|
|6/15/1979||Butch and Sundance: The Early Days||The Sundance Kid/aka Harry Alonzo Longabaugh||$0||$0||$0|