There is a bent to think that "American photographs are geared in the direction of leisure" and "European movies are more focussed at the psychology of characters" than on "style formulation". It is likewise assumed that "Europe doesn’t have the megastar gadget as America does" (Mark Le Fanu). If this kind of view were to be right, Hollywood movies should have a better manufacturing budget and the box workplace collections of European movies have to be slight.
But a near look at the data touching on the production budget and the gross field workplace collection of the films ‘The Exorcist’, ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’ seem to show something this is quite opposite to the famous belief if no longer absolutely awesome. ‘Titanic’, supposedly the most luxurious film ever made, had a budget of $two hundred million and the total US gross become expected to be about $601 million (the-numbers.Com).
It quantities to a -hundred percentage margin. ‘Pulp Fiction’, an American crime movie, had a completely humble budget of $8 million. It gathered almost $108 million, indicating a 1250 consistent with cent profit (boxofficemojo.Com). $12 million went into the making of ‘The Exorcist’ and the whole US gross changed into over $204 million, that is, a advantage of sixteen hundred consistent with cent (the-numbers.Com). The easy spaghetti western film ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ required simply $1.2 million for manufacturing but it amassed $25.1 million, making it the maximum profitable of all, with nearly a thousand consistent with cent margin (the-numbers.Com