What is a “big-budget blockbuster”?
It is a genre, in the words of James Bond author Roger Zelazny, that “gives you a sense of accomplishment”.
In other words, it means you are getting something close to the movie you want, which is usually the first thing you do.
But a “budget blockbuster” has a different definition.
It means something with a budget, and it means that it is the most expensive thing that you can spend.
That is to say, the budget has nothing to do with the quality of the film.
What makes a budget “budget”?
The word budget was invented by the American film industry in 1967, and since then it has been used to describe a large amount of money spent on a film.
The concept comes from the fact that film makers make their films, usually in smaller batches of money, with the intention of making them as cheaply as possible.
But since films are made with different budget constraints, there is a big difference between a budget film and a budget picture.
You might be able to make a good budget film, but a bad one, and you will lose money.
What are the most outrageous budget films of all time?
A list of the most outlandish films ever made, according to Variety, would include The Godfather, which cost $400 million and cost over $300 million to make, and The Deer Hunter, which made $250 million and went on to earn more than $500 million worldwide.
The list could go on and on.
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