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Research on Hollywood movies of 2012|Views: 7|Likes: 0

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It's an excel research done on movies that were released during the year 2012. category( Action, Comedy, Drama and Sci-Fi). The research involves the probability of hits and flop due viewer rating n etc.

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**Action Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 57
**

Action The Cold Light of Day 20

Action Stolen 35

Action Resident Evil: Retribution 65

Action Red Dawn 65

Action The Man with the Iron Fists 20

Action Wrath of the Titans 150

Action Hit and Run 2

Action Haywire 23

Action Battleship 209

Action Lockout 20

Action This Means War 65

Action Snow White and the Huntsman 170

Action Act of Valor 12

Action Contraband 25

Action Taken 2 45

Action Safe 33

Action Premium Rush 35

Action The Bourne Legacy 125

Action John Carter 250

Action Safe House 85

Action The Expendables 2 100

Action Get the Gringo 20

Action The Amazing Spider-Man 230

Action Jack Reacher* 60

Action The Hunger Games 78

Action Dredd 45

Action The Raid: Redemption 1.1

Action End of Watch 7

Action Looper 30

Action Skyfall 200

Action The Avengers 220

Action The Dark Knight Rises 250

Action Django Unchained* 83

Comedy Madea's Witness Protection 20

Comedy Fun Size 14

Comedy The Three Stooges 30

Comedy One For The Money 40

Comedy That's My Boy 70

Comedy Mirror Mirror 85

Comedy Parental Guidance 6.5

Comedy Wanderlust 35

Comedy A Thousand Words 40

Comedy For a Good Time, Call... 5.7

Comedy Damsels in Distress 3

Comedy Think Like a Man 12

Comedy Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days 22

Comedy Iron Sky 7

Comedy Friends with Kids 10

Comedy Magic Mike 7

Comedy The Campaign 56

Comedy The Five-Year Engagement 30

Comedy Dark Shadows 150

Comedy To Rome with Love 24.8

Comedy This Is 40* 35

Comedy The Dictator 65

Comedy Celeste and Jesse Forever 8

Comedy Jeff, Who Lives at Home 10

Comedy Project X 12

Comedy Your Sister's Sister 0.125

Comedy Seeking a Friend for the End of the World 10

Comedy American Reunion 50

Comedy Men in Black 3 215

Comedy Safety Not Guaranteed 0.75

Comedy The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 10

Comedy 21 Jump Street 42

Comedy Ted 65

Comedy Seven Psychopaths 15

Comedy Moonrise Kingdom 16

Drama Good Deeds 14

Drama Darling Companion 12

Drama Won't Back Down 19

Drama Cosmopolis 20

Drama W.E. 29

Drama Big Miracle 30

Drama Deadfall 12

Drama The Odd Life of Timothy Green 25

Drama Compliance 10

Drama Arbitrage 13

Drama The Words 6

Drama Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 14.5

Drama Smashed 5

Drama People Like Us 16

Drama Anna Karenina 50

Drama Hitchcock* 15

Drama Beasts of the Southern Wild 1.8

Drama We Need to Talk About Kevin 7

Drama Flight 31

Drama The Impossible 45

Drama The Master 35

Drama Silver Linings Playbook 21

Drama Argo 44.5

Drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower 13

Drama Lincoln 60

Drama Life of Pi 120

Sci-Fi Total Recall 125

Sci-Fi Chronicle 15

Sci-Fi Prometheus 130

Sci-Fi Cloud Atlas 102

Q1(i) Is it a good idea to make a bigger budget movie for profit?

Ans Not necessarily, the correlation, hypothesis test and regression model indicate that the budget of the movie is depended on the weekend, gross and viewer rating.

(ii) Why does the length of the movie affect the budget?

Ans The length of the movie affect the budget,because eg Sci-Fi and Action movies require's special effect which creates an excitement for viewer.

(iii) What is the correlation between viewer rating and gross collection?

Ans

Q2)(a) Ans

(b)

(c) Means 51.49267677

Variance 3653.788039

Mode 20

Standard Deviation 60.44657177

Q3) Correlation and Equality of Means

Budget ($)in Millions

Budget ($)in Millions 1

First week collection($) in Mi 0.669285261

Gross ($) in Millions 0.790045357

Length in minutes 0.566813015

Viewer Rating 0.233063936

*Movies released in recent week.

According to the data of movies released during the year of 2012 shows that there is no correlation between viewer rating and gross collection.

Sources-www.Imdb.com,www.wikipedia.com,www.boxofficemojo.com

Unit of measurement -Gross collection,Weekend collection and Gross collection are measured in $ Millions.

length is measured in Minutes and Viewer rating are counted out of 10.

From the above table we can see that the movies released during the year 2012,

gross collection of the movies.we can see from the correlation matrix above that the co

weekend collection while considering it's impact on gross collection i.e .(0.937311029) the higher the weekend collection th

H0: the first week collection has no impact on gross collection for all the movies released during the year 2012.

Mathematically H0 : µ first weekend collection - µ gross collection = 0

First weekend collection($) in Mi

Mean 19.86907785

Variance 1048.60121

Observations 99

Hypothesized Mean Difference 0

df 101

t Stat -5.000790229

P(T<=t) one-tail 1.20597E-06

t Critical one-tail 1.66008063

P(T<=t) two-tail 2.41194E-06

t Critical two-tail 1.983731003

Regression Model

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R 0.937311029

R Square 0.878551965

Adjusted R Square 0.877299923

Standard Error 85.13958791

Observations 99

ANOVA

df

Regression 1

Residual 97

Total 98

Coefficients

Intercept 3.322237343

First weekend collection($) in Mi 7.035381893

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation Predicted Gross ($) in Millions

t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances

Mathematically H0 : µ first weekend collection - µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the weekend collection.

Mathematically H1 : µ first weekend collection - µ gross collection ≠ 0

Let us consider α =.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test by using t

of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean difference as zero.

As we can see that t stat is less than t critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is true which states that

collection of all the movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the weekend collection.

1 158.9120577

2 8.951893652

3 4.610591653

4 151.432694

5 103.7640489

6 58.9790028

7 238.706332

8 44.83099051

9 62.59793289

10 182.9694828

11 47.1655835

12 125.7796021

13 398.835226

14 175.5246909

15 174.6324849

16 351.6775466

17 58.84926332

18 47.64514327

19 271.6715777

20 215.6513855

21 285.9526642

22 204.4734442

23 5.643040981

24 439.5488966

25 113.0741949

26 1076.46947

27 47.49381924

28 4.826296462

29 95.85638517

30 149.6690996

31 625.0017462

32 1462.732768

33 1135.225799

34 219.2240369

35 181.954629

36 32.17445809

37 122.9949628

38 84.3402178

39 97.97425322

40 130.8883798

41 107.4458894

42 49.23971258

43 46.77472582

44 4.334875036

45 3.734433333

46 239.9664744

47 106.204841

48 3.5332988

49 17.51588111

50 278.5968207

51 190.3822074

52 77.96806136

53 212.1694765

54 5.864535909

55 84.78615548

56 125.9847679

57 4.080545981

58 9.342476948

59 151.4266154

60 84.78615548

61 30.21711635

62 154.6820062

63 387.4032862

64 4.010030348

65 8.507672603

66 258.7249765

67 386.1539853

68 32.69435874

69 7.001713932

70 112.9610941

71 3.603385275

72 21.6379395

73 3.81709907

74 3.653420911

75 57.91824309

76 3.458660434

77 79.46549314

78 3.437807562

79 17.40823273

80 36.74659097

81 4.911487901

82 3.511791638

83 33.26076327

84 5.578413963

85 5.346422245

86 4.516155722

87 3.495216278

88 178.5072285

89 6.136390101

90 8.502466421

91 6.438932628

92 140.2174651

93 4.928830117

94 9.965804749

95 161.2772124

96 183.2715329

97 158.12947

98 362.4791936

99 70.94806584

CONCLUSION

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First weekend collection($) in Mi

First weekend collection($) in

Mi Residual Plot

As per the analysis of data abovefor movies released during the year 2012 indicates that gross collections were dependent on fi

collections. In action movies viewer rating and length were depended on the Gross collection but in

accurate of viewer rating and length are correlated . Comedy movies data displayed they were directly coeffecient with gross collection which is

explained by regression test, it slated that variance of 70.1% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of first weekend

collection thus regression model is very accurate and hence supporting our test

weekend collection and the variance of 73.4% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of Budget, thus regression model i

very accurate and hence supporting our test. in our data the Sci-Fi movies released during the year 2012 have small percentage c

genre. In Sci-Fi movies budget and length were co related as budget were higher for the sci

Budget can be explained by variance of length of the movie thus regression model is not very accurate and hence

MIB 2012 (SEPT)

PROJECT BY: SAYED ANWAR & HETAL KHATRI

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

22.12 132.5 95 4.4

0.80 16.8 93 4.8

0.18 2.5 96 5.3

21.05 221.6 95 5.3

14.28 39 114 5.5

7.91 18.4 96 5.8

33.46 301.9 99 5.8

5.90 14.4 100 5.9

8.43 33.3 93 5.9

25.53 302 131 6

6.23 28 95 6.1

17.41 156.3 97 6.3

56.22 396.3 127 6.3

24.48 80.4 110 6.4

24.35 96.2 110 6.4

49.51 365 91 6.4

7.89 40.3 95 6.5

6.30 30.6 91 6.6

38.14 276 135 6.7

30.18 282.7 132 6.7

40.17 207.8 115 6.8

28.59 312.5 103 7

0.33 7.5 96 7.1

62.00 752 136 7.2

15.60 110 130 7.3

152.54 686.6 142 7.3

6.28 36.2 95 7.4

0.21 4.1 101 7.6

13.15 40 109 7.7

20.80 166 118 7.8

88.36 978 143 8

207.44 1550.1 143 8.4

160.89 1081 165 8.7

30.69 150 165 8.8

25.39 65.6 114 3.9

4.10 9.2 90 5

17.01 53 92 5.1

11.52 36.8 91 5.1

13.45 57.7 114 5.5

18.13 162.8 106 5.5

14.80 29.3 105 5.6

6.53 21.4 98 5.6

6.18 20.5 91 5.6

0.14 1.2 85 5.7

0.06 1.3 99 6

33.64 99.19 123 6

14.62 76.5 94 6

0.03 8 93 6.1

2.02 12 100 6.1

39.13 165 110 6.2

26.59 103 85 6.2

10.61 53.7 124 6.3

29.69 238.7 150 6.3

0.36 73 112 6.4

11.58 20.7 133 6.5

17.44 177.5 83 6.5

0.11 26 92 6.6

0.86 4.5 83 6.6

21.05 101 88 6.6

11.58 1.1 90 6.7

3.82 9.6 101 6.7

21.51 234.7 113 6.9

54.59 624 106 6.9

0.10 4 86 7.1

0.74 134 124 7.2

36.30 202 109 7.2

54.42 501.7 106 7.3

4.17 15.1 110 7.8

0.52 65 94 7.9

15.58 35 111 4.3

0.04 7.9 103 4.6

2.60 5.2 121 4.9

0.07 6.5 109 5.3

0.05 0.89 119 5.4

7.76 24 107 6.3

0.02 0.45 95 6.4

10.82 51.6 104 6.5

0.02 31 90 6.7

2.00 23 100 6.7

4.75 11.4 96 6.8

0.23 34.5 107 6.8

0.03 2.9 81 7

4.26 12.4 114 7.1

0.32 27 130 7.1

0.29 4.5 98 7.3

0.17 11 93 7.5

0.02 6 112 7.5

24.90 95.5 139 7.5

0.40 60.3 113 7.7

0.74 18.8 143 7.8

0.44 32 122 8.2

19.46 159.6 120 8.2

0.23 28 102 8.3

0.94 122.2 150 8.3

22.45 240 127 8.3

25.58 198 118 6.3

22.00 126 83 7.1

51.05 402.52 124 7.2

9.61 65.6 171 8.1

Not necessarily, the correlation, hypothesis test and regression model indicate that the budget of the movie is depended on the weekend, gross and viewer rating.

The length of the movie affect the budget,because eg Sci-Fi and Action movies require's special effect which creates an excitement for viewer.

19.86907785 143.1087879 109.6161616 6.586868687

1048.60121 59076.97557 383.1981035 1.045029891

11.579175 28 95 6.3

32.3821125 243.0575561 19.57544644 1.022267035

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

1

0.937311029 1

0.468210392 0.473707897 1

0.277329405 0.344214701 0.440210241 1

According to the data of movies released during the year of 2012 shows that there is no correlation between viewer rating and gross collection.

Sources-www.Imdb.com,www.wikipedia.com,www.boxofficemojo.com

Unit of measurement -Gross collection,Weekend collection and Gross collection are measured in $ Millions.

length is measured in Minutes and Viewer rating are counted out of 10.

From the above table we can see that the movies released during the year 2012, the weekend collection has a big impact on the

gross collection of the movies.we can see from the correlation matrix above that the co-efficeient of correlation is highest for

weekend collection while considering it's impact on gross collection i.e .(0.937311029) the higher the weekend collection the

the first week collection has no impact on gross collection for all the movies released during the year 2012.

µ gross collection = 0

Gross ($) in Millions

143.1087879

59076.97557

99

SS MS F Significance F

5086414.911 5086414.911 701.6955077 3.37199E-46

703128.6946 7248.749429

5789543.605

Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95%

10.05320477 0.3304655 0.741760972 -16.63059126 23.27507

0.265590984 26.48953582 3.37199E-46 6.508257309 7.562506

Residuals

µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the weekend collection.

µ gross collection ≠ 0

=.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test by using t-statistic using t test

of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean difference as zero.

critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is true which states that Gross

collection of all the movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the weekend collection.

-26.41205774

7.848106348

-2.110591653

70.167306

-64.76404889

-40.5790028

63.19366799

-30.43099051

-29.29793289

119.0305172

-19.1655835

30.5203979

-2.535226016

-95.12469093

-78.4324849

13.32245337

-18.54926332

-17.04514327

4.328422285

67.04861446

-78.15266424

108.0265558

1.856959019

312.4511034

-3.074194882

-389.8694699

-11.29381924

-0.726296462

-55.85638517

16.33090036

352.9982538

87.36723239

-54.22579948

-69.22403689

-116.354629

-22.97445809

-69.99496277

-47.5402178

-40.27425322

31.91162016

-78.14588937

-27.83971258

-26.27472582

-3.134875036

-2.434433333

-140.7764744

-29.70484097

4.4667012

-5.515881111

-113.5968207

-87.3822074

-24.26806136

26.53052345

67.13546409

-64.08615548

51.51523209

21.91945402

-4.842476948

-50.42661543

-83.68615548

-20.61711635

80.01799377

236.5967138

-0.010030348

125.4923274

-57.14497649

115.5460147

-17.59435874

57.99828607

-77.96109408

4.296614725

-16.4379395

2.68290093

-2.763420911

-33.91824309

-3.008660434

-27.86549314

27.56219244

5.591767268

-25.34659097

29.5885121

-0.611791638

-20.86076327

21.06158604

-0.846422245

6.483844278

2.504783722

-83.00722852

54.1636099

10.29753358

25.56106737

19.38253492

23.07116988

112.2341953

78.72278758

14.72846715

-32.12946999

40.04080642

-5.348065843

To establish the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming Gross

collection as dependent variable and first weekend collection as causal variable hence we

plot Gross collectiona t Y axis and First weekend collection at X axis. As per the table

resulted by regression we can see that R square is 87.8 % which indicates that variance of

87.8% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of first weekend

collection thus regression model is very accurate and hence supporting our hypothesis test.

The significance quotient is only 3.3% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 3.3% and hence this model can be considered accurate

and significant again supporting our hypothesis.

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot as

the Pvalue is very low only at 0.74 hence again the probablity of such regression obtained

by chance is very low .

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that Gross collection is a dependent variable of first weekend

collection holds true.

per the analysis of data abovefor movies released during the year 2012 indicates that gross collections were dependent on first weekend

collections. In action movies viewer rating and length were depended on the Gross collection but in Regression test we found out that only 45% are

. Comedy movies data displayed they were directly coeffecient with gross collection which is

variance of 70.1% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of first weekend

collection thus regression model is very accurate and hence supporting our test. Drama movies were dependent on the budget and has relation with

and the variance of 73.4% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of Budget, thus regression model is

Fi movies released during the year 2012 have small percentage compare to other

Fi movies budget and length were co related as budget were higher for the sci-fi movies and that variance of only 34%of population of

Budget can be explained by variance of length of the movie thus regression model is not very accurate and hence partially supporting our test.

PROJECT BY: SAYED ANWAR & HETAL KHATRI

Lower 95.0%Upper 95.0%

-16.6306 23.27507

6.508257 7.562506

Title Budget ($)in Millions First weekend collection($) in Mi

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 57.00 22.12

The Cold Light of Day 20.00 0.80

Stolen 35.00 0.18

Resident Evil: Retribution 65.00 21.05

Red Dawn 65.00 14.28

The Man with the Iron Fists 20.00 7.91

Wrath of the Titans 150.00 33.46

Hit and Run 2.00 5.90

Haywire 23.00 8.43

Battleship 209.00 25.53

Lockout 20.00 6.23

This Means War 65.00 17.41

Snow White and the Huntsman 170.00 56.22

Act of Valor 12.00 24.48

Contraband 25.00 24.35

Taken 2 45.00 49.51

Safe 33.00 7.89

Premium Rush 35.00 6.30

The Bourne Legacy 125.00 38.14

John Carter 250.00 30.18

Safe House 85.00 40.17

The Expendables 2 100.00 28.59

Get the Gringo 20.00 0.33

The Amazing Spider-Man 230.00 62.00

Jack Reacher* 60.00 15.60

The Hunger Games 78.00 152.54

Dredd 45.00 6.28

The Raid: Redemption 1.10 0.21

End of Watch 7.00 13.15

Looper 30.00 20.80

Skyfall 200.00 88.36

The Avengers 220.00 207.44

The Dark Knight Rises 250.00 160.89

Django Unchained* 83.00 30.69

Correlation and Equality of Means

Budget ($)in Millions

Budget ($)in Millions 1

First week collection($) in Mi 0.63709825

Gross ($) in Millions 0.767998296

Length in minutes 0.702548668

Viewer Rating 0.336751297

As the co-efficient of correlation is highest Length of action movies are related to the viewer rating

.The more action scence in the movie the more the viewer rating.

Viewer Rating

Mean 6.652941176

Variance 1.100142602

Observations 34

Hypothesized Mean Difference 0

df 33

t Stat -28.77296391

P(T<=t) one-tail 2.98714E-25

t Critical one-tail 1.692360309

P(T<=t) two-tail 5.97428E-25

t Critical two-tail 2.034515297

Regression Model

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R 0.676707073

R Square 0.457932462

t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances

As the co-efficient of correlation is highest Length of action movies are related to the viewer rating

.The more action scence in the movie the more the viewer rating.

H0: length of the movie has no impact on viewer rating for all Action movies released during the

year 2012.

Mathematically H0 : µ length of movies - µ viewer rating = 0

H1: Viewer rating of all the action movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to

the length of the movie.

Mathematically H1 : µ first weekend collection - µ gross collection ≠ 0

Let us consider α =.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

by using t-statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

As we can see that t stat is less than t critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is

true Viewer rating of all the action movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the

length of the movie , as evident the action movies have special effects which will be more as per

length of movoe and hence the good viewer rating .

Adjusted R Square 0.440992852

Standard Error 16.15683708

Observations 34

ANOVA

df

Regression 1

Residual 32

Total 33

Coefficients

Intercept 20.65671279

Viewer Rating 13.94196183

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation Predicted Length in minutes

1 82.00134483

2 87.57812956

3 94.54911047

4 94.54911047

5 97.33750284

6 101.5200914

7 101.5200914

8 102.9142876

9 102.9142876

10 104.3084837

11 105.7026799

12 108.4910723

13 108.4910723

14 109.8852685

15 109.8852685

16 109.8852685

17 111.2794647

18 112.6736608

19 114.067857

20 114.067857

21 115.4620532

22 118.2504456

23 119.6446418

24 121.0388379

25 122.4330341

26 122.4330341

27 123.8272303

28 126.6156227

29 128.0098189

30 129.404015

31 132.1924074

32 137.7691921

33 141.9517807

34 143.3459769

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Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

132.50 95.00 4.40

16.80 93.00 4.80

2.50 96.00 5.30

221.60 95.00 5.30

39.00 114.00 5.50

18.40 96.00 5.80

301.90 99.00 5.80

14.40 100.00 5.90

33.30 93.00 5.90

302.00 131.00 6.00

28.00 95.00 6.10

156.30 97.00 6.30

396.30 127.00 6.30

80.40 110.00 6.40

96.20 110.00 6.40

365.00 91.00 6.40

40.30 95.00 6.50

30.60 91.00 6.60

276.00 135.00 6.70

282.70 132.00 6.70

207.80 115.00 6.80

312.50 103.00 7.00

7.50 96.00 7.10

752.00 136.00 7.20

110.00 130.00 7.30

686.60 142.00 7.30

36.20 95.00 7.40

4.10 101.00 7.60

40.00 109.00 7.70

166.00 118.00 7.80

978.00 143.00 8.00

1550.10 143.00 8.40

1081.00 165.00 8.70

150.00 165.00 8.80

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

1

0.942919066 1

0.678489345 0.669238903 1

0.519736102 0.51819843 0.676707073 1

efficient of correlation is highest Length of action movies are related to the viewer rating

.The more action scence in the movie the more the viewer rating.

Length in minutes

113.4117647

466.9768271

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efficient of correlation is highest Length of action movies are related to the viewer rating

.The more action scence in the movie the more the viewer rating.

length of the movie has no impact on viewer rating for all Action movies released during the

µ viewer rating = 0

H1: Viewer rating of all the action movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to

µ gross collection ≠ 0

=.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is

Viewer rating of all the action movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional to the

length of the movie , as evident the action movies have special effects which will be more as per

SS MS F Significance F

7056.846996 7056.846996 27.0332344 1.1127E-05

8353.388298 261.0433843

15410.23529

Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0%

18.05364614 1.144185093 0.261033735 -16.11736101 57.43078659 -16.11736101

2.681481989 5.19934942 1.1127E-05 8.479961753 19.4039619 8.479961753

Residuals

12.99865517

5.421870443

1.45088953

0.45088953

16.66249716

-5.520091383

-2.520091383

-2.914287566

-9.914287566

26.69151625

-10.70267993

-11.4910723

18.5089277

0.114731521

0.114731521

-18.88526848

-16.27946466

-21.67366084

20.93214297

17.93214297

-0.46205321

-15.25044558

-23.64464176

14.96116206

7.566965877

19.56696588

-28.82723031

-25.61562267

-19.00981885

-11.40401504

10.8075926

5.230807868

23.04821932

21.65402314

10.00

To establish the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming viewer

rating as dependent variable and length of the movie as causal variable hence we plot

viewer rating at Y axis and length of the movie at X axis. As per the table resulted by

regression we can see that R square is only45 % which indicates that variance of only

45%of population of viewer rating can be explained by variance of length of the movie thus

regression model is not very accurate and hence partially supporting our hypothesis test.

The significance quotient is only 1.1% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 1.1% and hence this model can be considered partially

significant again supporting our hypothesis.

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot as

the Pvalue is very low only at 0.26 hence again the probablity of such regression obtained

by chance is very low .

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that viewer collection is a dependent variable of length of the movie

partially holds true.

Upper 95.0%

57.43078659

19.4039619

Action

Title Budget ($)in Millions First weekend collection($) in Mi

Madea's Witness Protection 20 25.390575

Fun Size 14 4.101017

The Three Stooges 30 17.010125

One For The Money 40 11.51579

That's My Boy 70 13.453714

Mirror Mirror 85 18.132085

Parental Guidance 6.5 14.8

Wanderlust 35 6.52665

A Thousand Words 40 6.17628

For a Good Time, Call... 5.7 0.143935

Damsels in Distress 3 0.058589

Think Like a Man 12 33.636303

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days 22 14.623599

Iron Sky 7 0.03

Friends with Kids 10 2.017466

Magic Mike 7 39.12717

The Campaign 56 26.58846

The Five-Year Engagement 30 10.61006

Dark Shadows 150 29.685274

To Rome with Love 24.8 0.361359

This Is 40* 35 11.579175

The Dictator 65 17.435092

Celeste and Jesse Forever 8 0.107785

Jeff, Who Lives at Home 10 0.855709

Project X 12 21.051363

Your Sister's Sister 0.125 11.579175

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World 10 3.822803

American Reunion 50 21.51408

Men in Black 3 215 54.592779

Safety Not Guaranteed 0.75 0.097762

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 10 0.737051

21 Jump Street 42 36.302612

Ted 65 54.415205

Seven Psychopaths 15 4.174915

Correlation and Equality of Means

Budget ($)in Millions

Budget ($)in Millions 1

First week collection($) in Million 0.613835983

Gross ($) in Millions 0.782226864

Length in minutes 0.334702147

Viewer Rating 0.082634184

In comedy movies the weekend collection matters. The weekend collection will have a strong

First weekend collection($) in Mi

Mean 15.06629285

Variance 228.0955534

Observations 34

Hypothesized Mean Difference 0

df 34

t Stat -3.498155532

P(T<=t) one-tail 0.000663816

t Critical one-tail 1.690924255

P(T<=t) two-tail 0.001327631

t Critical two-tail 2.032244509

Regression Model

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R 0.841320894

R Square 0.707820847

t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances

In comedy movies the weekend collection matters. The weekend collection will have a strong

impact on the gross collection as the coefficient of correlation is highest . The budget does not

have relation with length of the movie.The viewer rating does not matter because every person has

it's own taste in understanding comedy.

H0: the first week collection has no impact on gross collection for all the comedy movies released

during the year 2012.

Mathematically H0 : µ weekend collection - µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the comedy movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional

to the weekend collection.

Mathematically H1 : µ weekend collection - µ gross collection ≠ 0

Let us consider α =.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

by using t-statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

As we can see that t stat is less than t critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is

true which states that Gross collection of all the comedymovies released during the yr 2012 is

directly proportional to the weekend collection.

Adjusted R Square 0.698690248

Standard Error 75.73546297

Observations 34

ANOVA

df

Regression 1

Residual 32

Total 33

Coefficients

Intercept -17.46393553

First weekend collection($) in Mi 7.685921708

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation Predicted Gross ($) in Millions

1 177.686036

2 14.05616006

3 113.2745535

4 71.04552481

5 85.94025695

6 121.8978502

7 96.28770575

8 32.69938539

9 30.006469

10 -16.35766239

11 -17.01362506

12 241.0620559

13 94.93190147

14 -17.23335788

15 -1.957849803

16 283.2644297

17 186.8928864

18 64.08415495

19 210.6947563

20 -14.68655854

21 71.53269696

22 116.5408166

23 -16.63550846

24 -10.88702315

25 144.3351923

26 71.53269696

27 11.91782903

28 147.891599

29 402.1318897

30 -16.71254445

31 -11.79901925

32 261.5550981

33 400.7670698

34 14.6241343

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65.6 114 3.9

9.2 90 5

53 92 5.1

36.8 91 5.1

57.7 114 5.5

162.8 106 5.5

29.3 105 5.6

21.4 98 5.6

20.5 91 5.6

1.2 85 5.7

1.3 99 6

99.19 123 6

76.5 94 6

8 93 6.1

12 100 6.1

165 110 6.2

103 85 6.2

53.7 124 6.3

238.7 150 6.3

73 112 6.4

20.7 133 6.5

177.5 83 6.5

26 92 6.6

4.5 83 6.6

101 88 6.6

1.1 90 6.7

9.6 101 6.7

234.7 113 6.9

624 106 6.9

4 86 7.1

134 124 7.2

201.58 109 7.2

501.7 106 7.3

15.1 110 7.8

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

1

0.841320894 1

0.29738332 0.267165364 1

0.109791556 0.330282543 0.110400891 1

In comedy movies the weekend collection matters. The weekend collection will have a strong

Gross ($) in Millions

98.33441176

19036.42455

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In comedy movies the weekend collection matters. The weekend collection will have a strong

on the gross collection as the coefficient of correlation is highest . The budget does not

have relation with length of the movie.The viewer rating does not matter because every person has

the first week collection has no impact on gross collection for all the comedy movies released

µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the comedy movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional

µ gross collection ≠ 0

=.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1 is

Gross collection of all the comedymovies released during the yr 2012 is

SS MS F Significance F

444654.479 444654.479 77.52184532 4.63733E-10

183547.5313 5735.860352

628202.0102

Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0%

18.48447165 -0.944789543 0.351845885 -55.11557216 20.1877011 -55.11557216

0.872939017 8.804649074 4.63733E-10 5.907803117 9.464040298 5.907803117

Residuals

-112.086036

-4.856160057

-60.27455346

-34.24552481

-28.24025695

40.90214982

-66.98770575

-11.29938539

-9.506468997

17.55766239

18.31362506

-141.8720559

-18.43190147

25.23335788

13.9578498

-118.2644297

-83.89288636

-10.38415495

28.00524369

87.68655854

-50.83269696

60.95918345

42.63550846

15.38702315

-43.33519233

-70.43269696

-2.317829035

86.80840104

221.8681103

20.71254445

145.7990192

-59.97509809

100.9329302

0.475865701

To establish the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming Gross

collection as dependent variable and first weekend collection as causal variable hence we

plot Gross collectiona t Y axis and First weekend collection at X axis. As per the table

resulted by regression we can see that R square is 70.1 % which indicates that variance of

70.1% of population of gross collection can be explained by variance of first weekend

collection thus regression model is very accurate and hence supporting our hypothesis test.

The significance quotient is only 4.6% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 4.6% and hence this model can be considered accurate

and significant again supporting our hypothesis.

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot as

the Pvalue is very low only at 0.35 hence again the probablity of such regression obtained

by chance is very low .

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that Gross collection is a dependent variable of first weekend

collection holds true.

Upper 95.0%

20.1877011

9.464040298

Comedy

Title Budget ($)in Millions First weekend collection($) in Mi

Good Deeds 14 15.583924

Darling Companion 12 0.039962

Won't Back Down 19 2.60337

Cosmopolis 20 0.070339

W.E. 29 0.047074

Big Miracle 30 7.760205

Deadfall 12 0.019391

The Odd Life of Timothy Green 25 10.822903

Compliance 10 0.016427

Arbitrage 13 2.002165

The Words 6 4.750894

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 14.5 0.225894

Smashed 5 0.026943

People Like Us 16 4.255423

Anna Karenina 50 0.32069

Hitchcock* 15 0.287715

Beasts of the Southern Wild 1.8 0.169702

We Need to Talk About Kevin 7 0.024587

Flight 31 24.900566

The Impossible 45 0.4

The Master 35 0.736311

Silver Linings Playbook 21 0.443003

Argo 44.5 19.458109

The Perks of Being a Wallflower 13 0.228359

Lincoln 60 0.944308

Life of Pi 120 22.451514

Correlation and Equality of Means

Budget ($)in Millions

Budget ($)in Millions 1

First week collection($) in Mi 0.502686058

Gross ($) in Millions 0.85712907

Length in minutes 0.616787474

Viewer Rating 0.384348525

In Drama movies the Gross collection is dependent on the budget of the movie as the coefficient of

correlation is highest.

H0: The gross collection for all the drama movies released during the year 2012 is independent of

budget of the movie.

Budget ($)in Millions

Mean 25.72307692

Variance 591.2858462

Observations 26

Hypothesized Mean Difference 0

df 34

t Stat -1.225549156

P(T<=t) one-tail 0.114395125

t Critical one-tail 1.690924255

P(T<=t) two-tail 0.22879025

t Critical two-tail 2.032244509

Regression Model

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R 0.85712907

R Square 0.734670243

Adjusted R Square 0.723614836

Standard Error 29.52882724

Observations 26

ANOVA

df

Regression 1

Residual 24

Total 25

t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances

H0: The gross collection for all the drama movies released during the year 2012 is independent of

budget of the movie.

Mathematically H1 : µ budget - µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the drama movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional

to the budget of the movie.

Mathematically H1 : µ budget - µ gross collection ≠ 0

Let us consider α =.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

by using t-statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

difference as zero.

As we can see that t stat is less than t critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1

is true which states that Gross collection of all the drama movies released during the yr 2012 is

directly proportional to the budget of the movie.

Coefficients

Intercept -10.49446037

Budget ($)in Millions 1.979868376

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation Predicted Gross ($) in Millions

1 17.22369689

2 13.26396014

3 27.12303877

4 29.10290714

5 46.92172252

6 48.9015909

7 13.26396014

8 39.00224902

9 9.304223388

10 15.24382851

11 1.384749886

12 18.21363108

13 -0.59511849

14 21.18343364

15 88.49895841

16 19.20356527

17 -6.930697291

18 3.364618261

19 50.88145927

20 78.59961653

21 58.80093278

22 31.08277552

23 77.60968234

24 15.24382851

25 108.2976422

26 227.0897447

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35 111 4.3

7.9 103 4.6

5.2 121 4.9

6.5 109 5.3

0.89 119 5.4

24 107 6.3

0.45 95 6.4

51.6 104 6.5

31 90 6.7

23 100 6.7

11.4 96 6.8

34.5 107 6.8

2.9 81 7

12.4 114 7.1

26.64 130 7.1

4.5 98 7.3

11 93 7.5

6 112 7.5

95.5 139 7.5

60.3 113 7.7

18.8 143 7.8

32 122 8.2

159.6 120 8.2

28 102 8.3

122.2 150 8.3

240 127 8.3

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

1

0.726299275 1

0.328596164 0.479212016 1

0.110079505 0.485727023 0.279065717 1

is dependent on the budget of the movie as the coefficient of

The gross collection for all the drama movies released during the year 2012 is independent of

Gross ($) in Millions

40.43384615

3154.842417

26

SS MS F Significance F

57944.2211 57944.2211 66.45348039 2.25863E-08

20926.83932 871.9516383

78871.06042

The gross collection for all the drama movies released during the year 2012 is independent of

µ gross collection = 0

H1: Gross collection of all the drama movies released during the yr 2012 is directly proportional

µ gross collection ≠ 0

=.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test

statistic using t test of two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean

critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1

Gross collection of all the drama movies released during the yr 2012 is

Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0%

8.518614798 -1.231944467 0.229903996 -28.0760172 7.087096462 -28.0760172

0.242872002 8.151900416 2.25863E-08 1.4786052 2.481131551 1.4786052

Residuals

17.77630311

-5.363960139

-21.92303877

-22.60290714

-46.03172252

-24.9015909

-12.81396014

12.59775098

21.69577661

7.756171485

10.01525011

16.28636892

3.49511849

-8.783433641

-61.85895841

-14.70356527

17.93069729

2.635381739

44.61854073

-18.29961653

-40.00093278

0.917224481

81.99031766

12.75617149

13.90235784

12.9102553

To establish the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming Gross

collection as dependent variable and Budget as causal variable hence we plot Gross

collectiona t Y axis and Budget at X axis. As per the table resulted by regression we can see

that R square is 73.4 % which indicates that variance of 73.4% of population of gross

collection can be explained by variance of Budget, thus regression model is very accurate

and hence supporting our hypothesis test.

The significance quotient is only 2.26% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 2.26% and hence this model can be considered accurate

and significant again supporting our hypothesis.

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot as

the Pvalue is very low only at 0.23 hence again the probablity of such regression obtained

by chance is very low .

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that Gross collection is a dependent variable of Budget holds true.

Upper 95.0%

7.087096462

2.481131551

Drama

Title Budget ($)in MillionsFirst weekend collection($) in Mi

Total Recall 125 25.577758

Chronicle 15 22.004098

Prometheus 130 51.050101

Cloud Atlas 102 9.612247

Correlation and Equality of Means

Budget ($)in Millions

Budget ($)in Millions 1

First week collection($) in Mi 0.386608264

Gross ($) in Millions 0.510235419

Length in minutes 0.591570074

Viewer Rating -0.109305766

Budget ($)in Millions

Mean 93

Variance 2852.666667

Observations 4

Hypothesized Mean Difference 0

df 5

t Stat -0.961115181

P(T<=t) one-tail 0.190317704

t Critical one-tail 2.015048373

P(T<=t) two-tail 0.380635408

t Critical two-tail 2.570581836

t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances

In Sci-Fi movies, the length and budget of movie is correlated. Public always want Sci

genre movies, this is so due to the special effect in the sci

of high budget and more money invested on sci fi effects leads to high budget.

H0: Budget of all Sci-Fi movies released during the year 2012 is independent of the length of the movie.

Mathematically H1 : µ length - µ budget = 0

H1:Budget of all Sci-Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly proportional of the length of the movie

Mathematically H1 : µ length - µ budget ≠ 0

Let us consider α =.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test by using t

two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean difference as zero.

As we can see that t stat is less than t critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1

is true which states that Budget of all Sci-Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly

Regression Model

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R 0.591570074

R Square 0.349955153

Adjusted R Square 0.02493273

Standard Error 52.74032518

Observations 4

ANOVA

df

Regression 1

Residual 2

Total 3

Coefficients

Intercept -15.30259806

Length in minutes 0.873408049

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation Predicted Budget ($)in Millions

1 87.75955171

2 57.19026999

3 93

4 134.0501783

is true which states that Budget of all Sci-Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly

proportional of the length of the movie

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198 118 6.3

126 83 7.1

402.52 124 7.2

65.6 171 8.1

First weekend collection($) in Mi Gross ($) in Millions Length in minutes Viewer Rating

1

0.990390527 1

-0.319880107 -0.205474061 1

-0.360688156 -0.34543705 0.648028511 1

Length in minutes

124

1308.666667

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movies, the length and budget of movie is correlated. Public always want Sci-Fi movies length to be longer compare to other

genre movies, this is so due to the special effect in the sci-fi movies which creates an excitement for the public. Sci-fi movies are made

of high budget and more money invested on sci fi effects leads to high budget.

Fi movies released during the year 2012 is independent of the length of the movie.

Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly proportional of the length of the movie.

µ budget ≠ 0

=.05 to establish this hypothesis test , to establish same we will use two tail test by using t-statistic using t test of

two sample assuming unequal variance with hypothesized mean difference as zero.

critical two tail hence we can reject H0 and conclude that H1

Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly

SS MS F Significance F

2994.9162 2994.9162 1.076710798 0.408429926

5563.0838 2781.5419

8558

Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95%

107.6529958 -0.142147443 0.899990505 -478.4960544 447.8908582

0.841720018 1.03764676 0.408429926 -2.748220882 4.49503698

Residuals

37.24044829

-42.19026999

37

-32.0501783

Fi movies released during the year 2012 directly

160 180

To establish the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming Budget

as dependent variable and length of the movie as causal variable hence we plot Budget

Y axis and length of the movie at X axis. As per the table resulted by regression we can see

that R square is only 34% which indicates that variance of only 34%of population of

Budget can be explained by variance of length of the movie thus regression model is not

very accurate and hence partially supporting our hypothesis test.

The significance quotient is only 0.4% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 0.4% and hence this model can be considered partially

significant again supporting our hypothesis.

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot

as the P value is very low only at 0.89hence again the probablity of such regression

obtained by chance is very low .

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that viewer collection is a dependent variable of length of the movie

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that viewer collection is a dependent variable of length of the movie

partially holds true.

***less number of dataset population has resulted in differen results and hence any

interpretation drawn form such a small pool of data is absurd****

Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0%

-478.4960544 447.8908582

-2.748220882 4.49503698

the relation mentioned above we use regression analysis by assuming Budget

Budget at

Y axis and length of the movie at X axis. As per the table resulted by regression we can see

that R square is only 34% which indicates that variance of only 34%of population of

Budget can be explained by variance of length of the movie thus regression model is not

The significance quotient is only 0.4% which clearly indicates that probablity of regression

obtained above by chance is only 0.4% and hence this model can be considered partially

Another observation from regression model can be inferred from p values of Y interceot

as the P value is very low only at 0.89hence again the probablity of such regression

The fourth and most importnat inference can be interpreted from the residual effects

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that viewer collection is a dependent variable of length of the movie

graph not following a specific pattern and hence regression can be considered robust and

hence the hypothesis that viewer collection is a dependent variable of length of the movie

less number of dataset population has resulted in differen results and hence any

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