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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Blockbusters: Hit-making, Risk-taking, and the Big Business of by: Blockbusters is a book about the business of entertainment: about risk and reward and the bottom line.
It argues that investing vast sums of money in blockbusters and superstar performers is, contrary to intuition, a rational and profitable business strategy/5. Blockbusters. book by Anita Elberse – review If you're going to bet large on blockbusters, the chairman of Disney tells her, you have to make the right bets.
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Blockbusters is her first book. February Partners hide caption. toggle caption. February Partners Anita Elberse is the Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business.
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The pantheon of big-budget, commercially successful films encompasses a range of genres, including biblical films, war films, romances, comic-book adaptations, animated features, and historical epics.
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Director: Robert Zemeckis. New Series and new set! Here is Bob Holness hosting ITV's teatime quiz in Enjoy.Movie Blockbusters brings together writings from key film scholars, including Douglas Gomery, Peter Kramer, Jon Lewis and Steve Neale, to address the work of notable blockbuster auteurs such as Steven Spielberg and James Cameron, discuss key movies such as Star Wars and Titanic, and consider the context in which blockbusters are produced and 5/5(1).