|As an Actor||Supporting||4||$227,943,222||$286,074,823||$514,018,045|
Michael C. Hall
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 4 films, with $514,018,045 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #5,800)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Police Officer at Accident (Rain Man), Agent Klein (Paycheck), Ken Castle (Gamer), David Kammerer (Kill Your Darlings), (Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House)|
|Most productive collaborators: Gerard Butler, Amber Valletta, Ben Affleck, John Woo, Aaron Eckhart|
May 23rd, 2014
It is not a particularly strong week for limited releases. There are a few that are earning good reviews, but almost none are earning good reviews and any buzz. Cold in July is one of the exceptions and its reviews and star power could have resulted in a fast start, but it is also playing on Video on Demand.
December 7th, 2013
The first full weekend of December and less than three weeks till Christmas. The second installment of our Holiday Gift Guide is where we talks about TV on DVD releases. We limit ourselves to the first season of new shows or the Megasets for complete shows. We do this, because generally speaking, you don't need our advice whether or not to give someone the sixth season of Murdoch Mysteries as a gift. Did they buy and enjoy the first five? Then yes, but the sixth season as a gift. If not, I wouldn't bother. Like with Part I, this year's selection doesn't seem very strong. There were very few new shows that were truly great. According to Metacritic, the best new show of the season was Nashville, which is a bit of a surprise. The second best show was Call the Midwife, but season two has already come out on DVD and Blu-ray, so it is not really a new show. Meanwhile, the third best show was canceled before its first season was completed. It wasn't a good year for high quality TV. There are also not a lot of Megasets for shows that recently ended that are obviously worth picking up, but the best of the group is...
November 9th, 2013
This is the final season of Dexter, but instead of being excited, I'm more than a little worried. Season six and seven failed to live up to the standards set in previous seasons. As a result, I'm concerned the show will end on a low note instead of going out on a high. Were these concerns justified? Or was I being too pessimistic?
May 13th, 2013
During the first five seasons of Dexter, there was only one season that I didn't think was amazing. Season four had the best John Lithgow guest star in the show's run. Season five shook things up, as the main guest star wasn't the big bad for the season. As a result, expectations for season six were incredibly high. The season didn't live up to them. In fact, I thought season six was the weakest season in the show's run so far. The only part that really worked was the cliffhanger finale. Because of this, expectations for season seven are mixed. Will the show live up to the cliffhanger ending? Or is the show on a downward slope in terms of quality?
|9/29/2017||Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down t…||$768,646||$157,151||$925,797|
|10/14/2016||Christine||George Peter Ryan||$298,525||$14,916||$313,441|
|7/28/2015||Justice League: Gods and Monsters||$0||$0||$0|
|5/23/2014||Cold in July||Richard Dane||$423,223||$1,369,354||$1,792,577|
|10/18/2013||Kill Your Darlings||David Kammerer||$1,029,949||$1,054,866||$2,084,815|
|3/23/2012||The Trouble With Bliss||Morris Bliss||$13,093||$0||$13,093|
|12/16/1988||Rain Man||Police Officer at Accident||$172,825,435||$239,974,565||$412,800,000|