Spielberg’s Success in a Single Image

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Thanks, rather surprisingly, to PersonalLoans.org for graphically depicting Steven Spielberg’s monster success at the box office. Take a look at this Spiel-“Berg” for a quick guide to financial success of Spielberg’s movies as director and as producer.

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Editor of Top 10 Films, Dan Stephens is usually found pondering his next list. An unhealthy love of 1980s Hollywood sees most of his top 10s involving a time-travelling DeLorean and an adventurous archaeologist going by the name Indiana.

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    Rodney Reply

    I can’t believe Schindler’s is so low on the left there. That’s amazing.

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    Vanessa Reply

    This is brilliant! How can Schindler’s list be lower than Hook?

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    Fitz Reply

    I knew Munich’s gross was low, but not THAT low. And how did Schindler’s List get so little box office performance?

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    Gustavo Reply

    People, you think a 96 million domestic gross for a 30-million, 3-hours plus, bleak and black-and-white epic about the Holocaust is low? Really?

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    Róisín Reply

    Loving the graphics on this, and the nostalgia value. Probably my second favourite chart after the Inception explanation chart.

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    Fitz Reply

    BTW PersonalLoans.org?! I understood when Last Exit to Nowhere made that Inception graphic because it’ll eventually be on a shirt, but what can PersonalLoans benefit from making that?

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    Dan Reply

    Yes, the PersonalLoans connection threw me. But as far as I know they are the source of this pic. I’m guessing it was linked to some sort of financial success scheme they were running.

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    Anna Reply

    This would’ve been more appropriate, if you ask me:

    http://botchweed.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/ist2_581154-pile-of-money.jpg

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