Statistics 26: Beauty and the Beast (2017)

With a huge cast, Beauty and the Beast is a perfect candidate for a statistics episode. See how it affected the people that helped make the film, then I’ll compare and contrast Beauty and the Beast with the films from 2016 that got the same rating. Also, stay tuned at the end for a new version of my outro! 😀

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Statistics 25: Kong: Skull Island

The big ape crashed into theatres and outperformed at the box office. I ignore doing a review episode and do a sightly deeper statistics dive than usual, hence the longer run time.

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Statistics 24: Top 10 March-Born Actors!

A new series! This episode dives into the top ten actors (based on a few pieces of criteria that I outline) born in March. I spend an inordinant amount of time on number 10, but everything else is evenly spread. Enjoy the episode!

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Statistics #23: Fantasy/Science Fiction

The shortest genre episode yet! I’m really crammed for time, but I do think that these genres are fairly straightforward in their interpretations.

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Statistics #22: Documentary/Foreign Language Films in 2016

Tangents abound in Part 5 of the Genre breakdown for 2016. Why aren’t more American audiences turning out to see great foreign cinema? What would it be like if we had an alternate Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon reality?

 

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Statistics #21: The Lego Batman Movie

With so many cameos, it’s no wonder The Lego Batman Movie would have such a significant impact on the spreadsheet from the top to the bottom. Find out how it stacks up against the rest of 2017, what top 10 actor moves up, and if it’s worth keeping in the back of your mind in 10 months when next year’s Oscar season is upon us.

 

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Statistics #20: Crime/Drama/Thriller in 2016

Three more genres to dive into in today’s episode. How do they stack up in 2016, and what should we be looking for in the upcoming year?

 

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