- Where am I from:
- I'm from Switzerland
- My gender:
- I understand:
- I like to drink:
- I like liqueur
- I like to listen:
- My hobbies:
- Riding a bike
- I like piercing:
- My tattoo:
- I don't have tattoos
Is there a fictional television character more loathsome and yet lovable than Frank Reynolds? The filthy rich Paddy's Pub owner has gotten on board with a "hobovertising" campaign, opened up a foreign sweatshop, promoted his employees for stealing his own money, frequently paid for the services of prostitutes and taken every mind-altering substance under the sun. When fans of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" finally got to see the world through his eyes, the episode "Being Frank" revealed a consciousness that might not even equal a dog's. Frank's motto in life is literally this: "I don't know how many years on this Earth I got left. I'm going to get really weird with it. This is a great question.
Added: Martino Ullery - Date: Initially reluctant to film a Batman sequelTim Burton was eventually persuaded to return to Gotham after wresting complete creative control from Warner Bros.
DeVito and his Romancing the Stone castmates Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner teamed up for the third time in this pitch-black comedy about a wealthy married couple Douglas and Turner whose disintegrating marriage becomes a desperate, violent squabble over their shared possessions. This is the movie for you.
John Grisham has seen plenty of his books turned into movies, but inhe told Entertainment Weekly that The Rainmaker was the best. But the other side of the equation has seldom been considered.
Danny devito has been in over 90 movies. here are his 10 best and 10 worst ones.
That is, until now. Seeing an opportunity to have his dirty work done for him, Stone cheerfully neglects to pay the ransom, setting in motion a chain of hateful behavior.
Nice list. Happy to see Ruthless People so high on the list.
Reminds to realize what a talent DeVito is — and of films not on this list which were great as well including Twins and Junior with Arnold. Great follow up to Romancing the Stone and equally funny!
Top Box Office.