deadline.com – It was a close contest but sci-fi/fantasy films came in second in the research firm’s analysis of different films’ financial performance in the decade from 2002 through 2011. Since analysts can’t tell how much studios spend for things like negatives, marketing, and DVD reproduction, SNL Kagan figures a film is clearly profitable if the revenues it can estimate from all sources are at least 75% higher than the costs it can calculate.
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1. FocusGross: $18,685,137Total: $18,685,137
Gross: $11,880,077Total: $85,825,824
3. Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge Out Of WatGross: $10,820,212Total: $139,942,262
Gross: $10,555,195Total: $147,391,785
5. Lazarus Effect, TheGross: $10,203,437Total: $10,203,437