|As an Actor||Supporting||17||$427,073,920||$353,412,818||$780,486,738|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$646||$0||$646|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 17 films, with $780,486,738 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #3,432)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Remy (Ratatouille), Techie Guy (Failure to Launch), Todd Maher (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Disco DJ (Starsky & Hutch), Mall Santa (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas)|
|Most productive collaborators: Brad Bird, Ian Holm, John Lasseter, Lou Romano, Andrew Stanton|
November 26th, 2017
I haven’t reviewed all of the MST3K revival show and it has been a while since I last reviewed the show. However, this weekend was the perfect weekend to finish season 11 for three reasons. Firstly, I have nothing else to review. Secondly, the Christmas episode is part of the final five episodes. And finally, Netflix announced this week that season two is on its way. Yes! Do the final five episodes of season 11 give us hope for season 12? Does the season end on a high note? Or are we going into season 12 hoping this season was just the creators finding their footing?
May 14th, 2017
MST3K revival hit Netflix in April and I reviewed the first four episodes at that time. I only reviewed the first four episodes, partially because it matched the previous MST3K reviews I’ve done, but also because the show was made without binge watching in mind. This time around, I’m reviewing the next five episodes starting with The Beast of Hollow Mountain and ending with Yongary. Are these episodes as good as the first four? Or does the season start to peter out too quickly?
April 17th, 2017
There were rumors about MST3K being revived for a while, but it wasn’t until the Kickstarter materialized that I really thought it would make a comeback. I was one of nearly 50,000 backers who have been patiently waiting more than a year for the revival to start airing. On Friday, all 14 episodes of the show debuted on Netflix. I’m going to review the first four episodes of the show for two reasons. Firstly, the creators recommended not binging on the show. Secondly, it matches the old DVD reviews I’ve done.
June 5th, 2016
The Confirmation opened in limited release, and Video on Demand in March. Like most films that debut on Video on Demand, this one went nowhere at the box office. Will it do better on DVD / Blu-ray?
April 17th, 2016
Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who at the beginning of the show, was the Vice President of the United States. Things have changed. So far during the show's four-year run, it has earned excellent reviews and this past year was one of the biggest winners at the Emmys. Does it deserve this praise? Or am I in the minority here?
March 18th, 2016
Of the seven films on this week's list, five of them are earning excellent reviews and one of the other two is a Bollywood film with no reviews. Midnight Special was supposed to open wide, but that's not happening now. It could still find an audience in theaters. Additionally, Krisha is being released by A24 and that distributor has a very good track record.
February 29th, 2016
I featured Drunk History on a Holiday Gift Guide and I stand by that recommendation. It's got a really simple set-up and a better than expected execution. On the other hand, I was worried that it's high concept meant a really short shelf life. Would I grow tired of the show after just three seasons? Or is it still entertaining?
August 6th, 2013
The latest season of Burn Notice arrived a little late, and by a little I mean more than a full month. Since it is one of my favorite summer shows, I was eagerly awaiting its arrival. But now that I've seen it, was it worth the wait?
November 13th, 2012
When the Pixar Short Film Collection, Volume 1 came out five years ago, I was super excited. Not only do I love Pixar's theatrical release, but I like short films in general and there are so few places to get them. I'm less excited about volume 2, because Pixar has been releasing its short films on DVD and Blu-ray, so if you have been keeping up with their releases, you have this already. But, is there more to this release than just the short films?
November 9th, 2012
There's quite a few limited releases coming out this week, but the list is dominated by Lincoln, which should not only be the biggest hit of the week, but it is virtually guaranteed to expand wide and has a real shot at being the big winner at the Oscars next year. Unfortunately, it is the only limited release with a real shot at mainstream success. Starlet is a long shot, but it deserves to find an audience in theaters.
|1/26/2018||Please Stand By||$0||$0||$0|
|4/28/2017||The Circle||Tom Stenton||$20,497,844||$20,154,020||$40,651,864|
|10/21/2016||Keeping Up with the Joneses||Scorpion||$14,904,426||$13,900,000||$28,804,426|
|6/3/2016||Out of Print||Himself||$0||$0||$0|
|10/30/2015||Freaks of Nature||Stuart Miller||$0||$0||$0|
|8/7/2015||Call Me Lucky||Himself||$0||$0||$0|
|2/28/2014||Odd Thomas||Oswald "Ozzie" P. Boone||$0||$0||$0|
|12/25/2013||The Secret Life of Walter Mitty||Todd Maher||$58,236,838||$130,300,000||$188,536,838|
|2/15/2013||The Bitter Buddha||Himself||$0||$0||$0|
|11/9/2012||Nature Calls||Scoutmaster Randy Stevens||$646||$0||$646|
|6/22/2012||Seeking a Friend for the End of the W…||Roache||$7,078,738||$4,688,221||$11,766,959|
|12/9/2011||Young Adult||Matt Freehauf||$16,311,571||$6,438,785||$22,750,356|
|11/4/2011||A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas||Mall Santa||$35,061,031||$1,204,714||$36,265,745|
|9/18/2009||The Informant!||Ed Herbst||$33,316,821||$8,454,347||$41,771,168|
|9/26/2008||All Roads Lead Home||$43,905||$0||$43,905|
|4/4/2008||Sex and Death 101||Fred||$23,563||$0||$23,563|
|8/29/2007||Balls of Fury||The Hammer||$32,886,940||$7,991,682||$40,878,622|
|2/23/2007||Reno 911!: Miami||Jeff Spoder||$20,342,161||$1,509,201||$21,851,362|
|12/31/2006||See This Movie||Felix||$0||$0||$0|
|3/10/2006||Failure to Launch||Techie Guy||$88,715,192||$39,687,709||$128,402,901|
|10/6/2004||Taxi||Clerk at Inpound Office||$36,609,966||$31,500,000||$68,109,966|
|3/5/2004||Starsky & Hutch||Disco DJ||$88,200,225||$82,000,000||$170,200,225|
|12/22/1999||Man on the Moon||Blue Collar Guy||$34,580,635||$12,827,000||$47,407,635|
|3/1/1996||Down Periscope||Stingray Radioman||$25,723,977||$0||$25,723,977|