MGS Second Project (2) - Top 50 Movies of All Time On...

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Top 50 Movies of All Time On IMDB ($ IN US DOLLARS) Movie Name – The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 1 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $25,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $59,841,469 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – Yes Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 2nd # of Awards - 16 Movie Name – The Godfather (1972) 2 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) –$6,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $244,900,000 Fan Base (Was film a novel) - Yes Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 1st # of Awards - 23 Movie Name – The Godfather: Part II (1974) 3 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $13,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $102,600,000 Fan Base (Was film a novel) –Yes Race of Leading Role (White or non-white)– White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 2nd # of Awards – 10 Movie Name – The Dark Knight (2008) 4 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – PG-13 Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $185,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $1,001,921,825 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – No Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 2nd # of Awards - 146 Movie Name – Schindler’s List (1993) 5 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R
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Genre (Type of movie) – Drama Budget (In dollars) – $22,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $321,000,000 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – Yes Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 1st # of Awards - 71 Movie Name – 12 Angry Men (1957) 6 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $350,00 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $1,000,000 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – No Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 1st # of Awards – 16 Movie Name – Pulp Fiction (1994) 7 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – R Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $8,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $212,900,000 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – No Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Female Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 2nd # of Awards - 54 Movie Name – The Lord of The Rings: Return of The King (2003) 8 Rating (G, PG, PG-13, R) – PG-13 Genre (Type of movie) – Action Budget (In dollars) – $94,000,000 Gross Profit (In dollars) – $1,119,929,521 Fan Base (Was film a novel) – Yes Race of Leading Role (White or non-white) – White Gender of Leading Role (Male or female) – Male Seasonal Time of Release (First six months or second six months) – 2nd # of Awards - 174
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