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Movie Budgets and Box Office Earnings (Updated Spring 2018)
This data all comes from the following website the tracks the financial performance of movies:

The “Budget”, “Domestic Gross”, and “Worldwide Gross” columns each are in millions of dollars.

statcrunch_featuredOct 4, 2018270KB10678
CAP 3CSN Movie Data
Title: Movie title Year: Year movie was released Studio: Studios categorized as Big6 or Other Studio Name: Name of studio producing the movie Genre: Action/Adventure or Other Budget: Movie budget in millions of dollars US Box Office: total box office sales in millions of dollars Opening Week: box office sales for opening week in millions of dollars Movie Length: length of movie in minutes Trailer Length: length of advertising trailer in seconds Director: Name of the movie’s director Director Gender: male or female Director Race: W (white) or POC (person of color) Star: Name of the movie’s lead star Star Gender: male or female Star Race: W (white) or POC (person of color) Costar: Name of the movie’s main costar Costar Gender: male or female Costar Race: W (white) or POC (person of color) IMDb_Rating: Average IMDb user rating on a scale of 1-10 Metascore: Score out of 100, based on major critic reviews as provided by Metacriticcom_rating: Number of critic reviews used to calculate the Metascore Rotten_Tomatoes: Score out of 100, based on authors from writing guilds or film critic associations Number of Oscars: number of Oscars won by the movie Oscar Nominations: number of Oscar nominations for the movie Oscar Winner: whether the movie won an Oscar (yes or no)
alysonbutcherSep 5, 201312KB469
Claudia_Gaylord_Movie_Data (1).csv
I did my data on movies made from 2012- 2017 and 5 different genres for movies. The numerical variables in my data would be rotten tomatoes reviews(how well they are liked) and the length of movies. The categorical variables would be the gender of director, the genre (comedy, science fiction, romance, horror, and action) and the years the movies were made (2012-2017). I chose to do movies because I enjoy all these types of movies and thought it would be interesting.
claudmgMay 22, 20181KB27

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