to produce. This formula does not take into consideration distribution fees, P&A expenses, etc. To assess the full financial profitability of a movie, one needs to use far more complicated formulas that go beyond the scope of this project . ( Please refer to attachments for the example that is provided for calculations.) Part 3: Visual Representation of Data The students will generate the following 8 graphs/charts : 1.A bar chart with the most financially successful genres (based of the total number of films). 2.A bar chart with the most financially successful genres (based on total revenue generated). 3.A time series chart with the most financially successful studios based on total box- office returns per studio.
4.A Bar chart with the most successful studios based on total number of blockbuster movies released. 5.A pie chart with the genre distribution among the 50 blockbusters. 6.A pie chart that with the Rating breakdown of the 50 blockbusters. 7. A frequency distribution graph that shows the number of blockbusters found in each budget bracket. Use increments of 50 mil for the budget brackets. 8. A frequency distribution graph that will show the number of blockbusters found in each Box Office bracket. Start at 'less than 300 Mil' and go from there in increments of 100 Mil (see the example above).
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