Blockbuster

[book] Blockbuster: How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Summer is a 2004 non-fiction book by British film critic Tom Shone published by Simon & Schuster UK Ltd, ISBN 0-7432-6838-5. Based on interviews with leading Hollywood filmmakers, actors and production staff it examines the revolution in Hollywood movies brought about b...
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Blockbuster

Big, square letters, often tilted back and forth and in (usually) two colors. Mainly invented to cover over other people and to paint whole trains easily, but they are effective on smaller walls for maximum coverage. Blade and Comet claim to have invented these.
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blockbuster

[Noun] Plural form: blockbusters. A film or a book that has enormous success and sells a lot.
Example: 'Lord of the Rings' was a blockbuster movie.
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blockbuster

[n] - a large bomb used to demolish extensive areas
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blockbuster

megahit noun an unusually successful hit with widespread popularity and huge sales (especially a movie or play or recording or novel)
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Blockbuster

Blockbuster is military slang for a large high-explosive aerial bomb capable of destroying a block of flats.
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Blockbuster

Generally a term that denotes a film that is a major financial success. It is also a term used to refer to an excessively expensive production and requires an highly profitable return. The profit margin must be great to be considered a blockbuster. The block, ambiguously, can refer to the studio in the amortization process if the profits are not re...
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Blockbuster

[entertainment] Blockbuster, as applied to film, theatre, and sometimes also video games, denotes a very popular or successful production. The entertainment industry use was originally theatrical slang referring to a particularly successful play, but is now used by the film industry and the pharmaceutical industry and others. The term `bloc...
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