Blockbuster, as applied to film, theatre, and sometimes also video games,
denotes a very popular or successful, usually big budget production.
Aug 12, 2012 ... The term blockbuster used to describe a studio franchisable movie with a
production budget of at least $100 million. This compares with a ...
Below are the biggest blockbusters ever with ticket sales adjusted for inflation.
Which movies are your favorites? (To see this box office list ranked in terms of ...
Something, such as a film or book, that sustains widespread popularity and
achieves enormous sales. 2. A large, powerful bomb used especially in air raids
A Blockbuster movie cannot be mistaken. They really have something special,
which is hard to say about other films that we are saddled with. A vast number of
May 2, 2014 ... I looked at movies tagged with the handy “blockbuster” plot keyword, provided
the films had acquired at least 50,000 ratings from IMDb users ...
Jul 11, 2015 ... The linguistic origins of the blockbuster are fittingly militaristic, since so many
such movies are themselves concerned with gun battles, ...
This lesson introduces students to the phenomenon of the “blockbuster” movie –
its history, characteristics and influences. Students will also explore the role of ...
I have just been reading Wiki on the term "Blockbuster" popularly used to
describe a highly popular action movie. Here is an excerpt: "...a fast-paced
... US (Domestic) and Worldwide Box-Office blockbusters have been compiled
from ... Top 100 (Worldwide) | Film Franchises - Box-Office | Summer