Woody Allen's latest film, 'Midnight in Paris,' just had the best limited debut of 2011 and the highest per-theater average in nearly two years. What better occasion to revisit his ups and downs at the box office?
'Paris,' Allen's 46th feature film as director, has grossed $3.8 million so far in limited release thanks to mostly glowing reviews (not to mention launching a new celeb couple in co-stars Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen).
In this Moviefone exclusive courtesy of Movieline, we look at Allen's many hits ('Annie Hall,' 'Hannah and Her Sisters') and misses (the best-forgotten 'Anything Else' with Jason Biggs).
A few box office facts for the Allen-obsessed after the jump.
By Julie Miller at Movieline
In Terrence Malick's 'The Tree of Life,' Brad Pitt assumes the role of 1950s disciplinarian whose no-nonsense form of parenting complicates the evolution of his own offspring. How did Pitt transform himself from the free-spirited cowboy hitchhiker in 'Thelma & Louise' to the stern father who escorts his sons to church every Sunday in this weekend's Palme d'Or-winning drama?
You can always trace a direct line through a few important roles to illustrate what led to an actor's current success. Hit the jump to check out nine pivotal performances that track the evolution of Brad Pitt.