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i usaully put it under my tongue before a meal. this makes it hit fast and pretty hard. I've had it in a drink while eating and it didn't seem to hit much until some 6 hours later.
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2021.11.29 15:17 sleepingandsunsets First day back from Thanksgiving break and I've already been bit
I've even teaching in the same classroom for about a year and a half. Last year was hard because of covid, but on the whole my group was fine. We have doubled our class sizes and this new group is unhinged. One of our students, whose mom is an admin, just bit me- and this was after constant screaming, bullying, hitting, and kicking (from him and others). I've said a loose date for myself for quitting but I can't even imagine how this winter will go 😔😐
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I see Ne users say they have this issue more consistently than I see Ni users say it
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2021.11.29 15:17 Semigoodlookin2426 Bond Movie Box Office Mega Post
Note: 3,000 word post ahead. Read it in parts, read it all, or don’t read it at all. If you like rankings, head to the end.
Another thread discussing the success of NTTD got me thinking about how profitable Bond movies have been through the years, and their general performance at the box office. So, I decided to knuckle down and do some research. It was a bigger undertaking than I imagined because there is so much information and differences in prices/inflation.
It is worth noting that profitability is obviously different to box office cume. Studios care little if the movie draws $1.5 billion if it only makes them $5 million profit. A good way to assess the profitability on each movie is to take a glance at return on investment. I will look at profitability over budget, although I am aware marketing costs factor in as well.
For the sake of clarity, we will stick to the production budget.
Another thing to consider is movies were released differently decades ago. Dr. No is a good example. Its overall box office did not come on the year of its release. The movie was rereleased in cinemas as a double feature with FRWL and Goldfinger. However, back then reissues were big business, taking Dr. No’s box office from $2 million in the US to $6 million.
A reissue of NTTD in a couple of years obviously wouldn’t have the same impact because of post-theatrical access we have these days. It may be controversial, but I am going to count those reissues when looking at attendance. How many people on those second and third release runs were going to see FRWL or Goldfinger and not Dr. No? It is hard to say, but I will (again, controversially) use the overall numbers when looking at how many people went to see the movie.
This is just because the numbers are easier to find and at the end of the day it still adds to the overall performance of the individual movie. In terms of how many people went to see each movie, I have focused just on the US market. This is simply because info is more readily available.
Before jumping in, if there are any mistakes with the numbers, let me know.
Budget: $1.1 million (1962), $10.7 million (2021)
Box Office: $59.5 million (1962), $544.9 million (2021)
Dr. No made 55 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office of $6 million. Average movie ticket price in 1962 was $0.81, so 7.2 million people went to see Dr. No.
From Russia With Love
Budget: $2 million (1963), $18 million (2021)
Box Office: $79 million (1963), $714 million (2021)
FRWL made 39.5 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office of $24 million. Average movie price in 1964 (FRWL was launched that year in the US) was $0.93, so 25 million people went to see FRWL.
Budget: $3 million (1964), $26.7 million (2021)
Box Office: $124.9 million (1964), $1.114 billion (2021)
Goldfinger made 41.6 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office of $51 million. Average movie price in 1965 (GF launched Dec. 22 in the states, so 1965 is a fairer reference) was $1.01, so 50.4 million people went to see Goldfinger.
Budget: $9 million (1965), $79 million (2021)
Box Office: $141.2 million (1965), $1.239 billion (2021)
Thunderball made 15.6 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office of $63.6 million. Average movies price in 1965 was $1.01, so 62 million went to see Thunderball (I see conflicting info on this, with some saying 58 million. Either way, a lot of people).
You Only Live Twice
Budget: $9.5 million (1967), $78.6 million (2021)
Box Office: $111.6 million (1967), $924 million (2021)
YOLT made 11.7 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office of $43.1 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1967 were $1.20, so 35.9 million people went to see YOLT.
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Budget: $7 million (1969), $52.7 million (2021)
Box Office: $82 million (1969), $617 million (2021)
OHMSS made 11.7 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office of $22.8 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1969 were $1.42, so 16 million people went to see OHMSS.
Diamonds are Forever
Budget: $7.2 million (1971), $49.1 million (2021)
Box Office: $116 million (1972), $767.5 million (2021). DAF launched late December 1971.
DAF made 16.1 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office of $43.8 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1972 were $1.70, so 25.7 million people went to see DAF.
Live and Let Die
Budget: $7 million (1973), $43.6 million (2021)
Box Office: $161.8 million (1973), $1 billion (2021)
LALD made 23.1 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office of $34.5 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1973 were $1.76, so 19.6 million people went to see LALD.
The Man With The Golden Gun
Budget: $7 million (1974), $39.2 million (2021)
Box Office: $97.6 million (1974), $547.5 million (2021)
TMWTGG made 13.9 times its budget.
Attendance: Total US box office was $21 million. Average movies ticket prices in 1974 were $1.89, so 11.1 million people went to see TMWTGG.
The Spy Who Loved Me
Budget: $13.5 million (1977), $61.6 million (2021)
Box Office: $185.4 million (1977), $846.2 million (2021)
TSWLM made 13.7 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $46.8 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1977 were $2.23, so 20.9 million people went to see TSWLM.
Budget: $34 million (1979), $129.5 million (2021)
Box Office: $210.3 million (1979), $801.1 million (2021)
Moonraker made 6.1 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $70.3 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1979 were $2.52, so 27.8 million people went to see Moonraker.
For Your Eyes Only
Budget: $28 million (1981), $85.2 million (2021)
Box Office: $195.3 million (1981), $594.2 million (2021)
FYEO made 6.9 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $54.8 million. Average movies ticket prices in 1981 were $2.78, so 19.7 million people went to see FYEO.
Budget: $27.5 million (1983), $76.3 million (2021)
Box Office: $187.5 million (1983), $520.6 million (2021)
Octopussy made 6.8 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $67.9 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1983 were $3.15, so 21.5 million people went to see Octopussy.
A View To A Kill
Budget: $30 million (1985), $77.1 million (2021)
Box Office: $152.6 million (1985), $392.2 million (2021)
AVTAK made 5 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $50.3 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1985 were $3.55, so 14.1 million people went to see AVTAK.
The Living Daylights
Budget: $40 million (1987), $97.3 million (2021)
Box Office: $191.2 million (1987), $465.5 million (2021)
TLD made 4.7 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $51.1 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1987 were $3.91, so 13 million people went to see TLD.
Licence To Kill
Budget: $32 million (1989), $71.3 million (2021)
Box Office: $156.1 (1989), $348.1 million (2021)
LTK made 4.8 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $34.6 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1989 were $3.99, so 8.6 million people went to see LTK.
Budget: $60 million (1995), $108.8 million (2021)
Box Office: $356.4 million (1995), $646.8 million (2021)
Goldeneye made 5.9 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $106.4 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1995 were $4.35, so 24.4 million people went to see Goldeneye.
Tomorrow Never Dies
Budget: $110 million (1997), $189.5 million (2021)
Box Office: $339 million (1997), $584.2 million (2021)
TND made 3 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $125.3 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1997 were $4.59, so 27.2 million people went to see TND.
The World Is Not Enough
Budget: $135 million (1999), $224.1 million (2021)
Box Office: $361.8 million (1999), $600 million (2021)
TWINE made 2.6 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $126.9 million. Average movie ticket prices in 1999 were $5.08, so 24.9 million people went to see TWINE.
Die Another Day
Budget: $142 million (2002), $218.3 million (2021)
Box Office: $431.9 million (2002), $664 million (2021)
DAD made 3 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $160.9 million. Average movie ticket prices in 2002 were $5.81, so 27.6 million people went to see DAD.
Budget: $150 million (2006), $205.8 million (2021)
Box Office: $606 million (2006), 831.4 million (2021). Some sources have the BO at $594 million.
CR made 4 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $167.4 million. Average movie ticket prices in 2006 were $6.55, so 25.5 million people went to see CR.
Quantum of Solace
Budget: $230 million (2008), $295.4 million (2021)
Box Office: $591.6 million (2006), $760 million (2021)
QOS made 2.6 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $169.3 million. Average movie ticket prices in 2008 were $7.18, so 23.5 million people went to see QOS.
Budget: $200 million (2012), $240.9 million (2021)
Box Office: $1.10 billion (2021), $1.325 billion (2021)
Skyfall made 5.5 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $304.3 million. Average movie ticket prices in 2012 were $7.96, so 38 million people went to see Skyfall.
Budget: $275 million (2015), $320.9 million (2021). Conflicting reports between $250/$300 bn.
Box Office: $880 million (2015), $1.02 billion (2021)
Spectre made 3.2 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $200 million. Average movie ticket prices in 2015 were $8.43, so 23.7 million went to see Spectre
No Time To Die (mostly finished its cinema run)
Budget: $275 million (2021). Conflicting reports again, so I split the difference between $250/$300bn.
Box Office: $765 million (2021). Was on around $758 million but I rounded up to a fair end point.
NTTD made 2.7 times its budget
Attendance: Total US box office was $160 million (rounded up). Average movie ticket prices in 2021 are $9.16, so 17.4 million people went to see NTTD.
It is clear that even the perceived disappointments in the series – movies like OHMSS and LTK – were profitable films. There has not been one single disastrous film released from the Bond franchise, at least from a financial perspective. Of course, some performed below expectations but even the accepted low points (at the time, or retrospectively) made good money.
OHMSS made nearly 12 times its budget, TMWTGG made more profit than The Spy Who Loved Me in terms of return on investment. Even the messy marketing and release window of LTK led to the studio making 3 times the budget. What surprises me is how low the budgets on early Bond movies were, and even into the 1980s. Roger Moore once said you could see every penny was put on screen, I think when talking about TSWLM.
Well, he was correct for every movie up to Tomorrow Never Dies. All the budgets were very modest for the types of movies these were. Also, those low budgets allowed the movies to make massive profits for the studio. I say up until TND because that is when the budgets became truly huge, although you could still argue all that money was on the screen.
Or perhaps no surprises. While every Bond movie makes profit, it is a case of diminishing returns because the budgets went so high. In the 80s, the budgets were already eating into how much profit the movies were making. By Brosnan’s run and into Daniel Craig’s, the budgets were actually harmful to the movies.
What I mean by that is they pushed the break-even number higher, meaning it was more chance of failure. None of the movies did fail, although, it is worth noting the marketing costs became astronomical too and are not reflected in this post. So, a movie like Quantum of Solace that made 2.6 times its production budget actually made less if marketing costs are added.
Of course, none of this counts the outstanding legs Bond movies get post-cinema. Just about every movie here will have excellent home media numbers.
Profitability is a strange thing to assess. Skyfall may have made the studio $200 million in clear profit (an example), but it is not a fair metric. $200 million in 1962 was an unthinkable amount. So, the fair way I think to assess profitability is to look at how much on the production investment did the studio make.
Needless to say, the first 20 years of the franchise through the Connery and Moore eras yield the most profit based on production expenditure. For example, Dr. No made 55 times its budget. Of course, no $200 million picture is going to take 55 times its budget these days. It is just a fact that the Bond movies back then were more profitable.
What I am trying to work out is why. Budgets were lower, which is the big thing. I always assumed falling numbers of cinemagoers also played a part. However, as we can see above, in the United States just as many people are watching Bond in the cinema as ever, if not more. We must assume it is relatively the same globally.
Everybody likes to compare Bond movies. I don’t really because I love them all to varying degrees (apart from Skyfall). Anyway, people like putting Bond movies into lists, so what better way to end this massive post than with rankings:
Ranking based on box office (adjusted)
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