|As an Actor||Supporting||2||$33,080,084||$50,938,942||$84,019,026|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $314,472,793 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #10,893)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Burnett (Rambo), Jake (Don’t Say a Word), Sandy Panzarella (Zodiac), Detective #4 (Clockers), Cop Who Shoots Thomas (Amateur)|
|Most productive collaborators: Jake Gyllenhaal, David Fincher, Mark Ruffalo, James Vanderbilt, Robert Downey, Jr.|
October 18th, 2015
I have reviewed every season of Nurse Jackie, except for season five. Season six was regarded by most to be the worst season and that was the season I officially gave up on the show. However, when I learned Season Seven would be the show's last season, I decided to give it a shot. Was that a mistake? Did the show finally solve all of the problems that were bugging me over the years?
February 9th, 2013
I have a bit of a love hate relationship with Nurse Jackie. On the one hand, there's a lot to love about the show, including the central performance by Edie Falco. On the other hand, the central character is flawed in such a way that it becomes frustrating to watch her in action. I think having a main character with flaws improves the show. However, if a character makes the same mistakes and never learns, it makes the show repetitive. The first three seasons of the show danced close to the line, and occasionally stepped over, but overall I enjoyed watching it. Which direction does it go in season four?
|8/22/2014||Are You Here||Dave Harken||$0||$938,942||$938,942|
|9/28/2001||Don’t Say a Word||Jake||$54,997,476||$49,490,907||$104,488,383|
|4/7/1995||Amateur||Cop Who Shoots Thomas||$757,088||$0||$757,088|