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How did the studios rate last year? - Los Angeles Times 1/16/07


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  • How did the studios rate last year? - Los Angeles Times 1/16/07

    Put Fox at the head of the line

    Los Angeles Times
    January 16, 2007

    20th Century Fox's performance:
    A-plus. Quality: C. Overall: A-minus.

    Sony PicturesPerformance: A. Quality: B-minus. Overall: A-minus.


    A risk-adverse studio made even more conservative by the departure of well-liked production chief Nina Jacobson, Disney began its transition from movie studio to family entertainment firm. It had gigantic hits with Pixar's "Cars" and the second installment in its "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, but it offers little room for adventuresome filmmaking, the exceptions last year being Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto" and Chris Nolan's "The Prestige." The studio had an especially rocky fall, with the collapse of "The Santa Clause" franchise and a rare dud from Jerry Bruckheimer ("Deja Vu"), inspiring worry that the studio will miss Oren Aviv's marketing savvy now that he's immersed in his new production duties.

    Performance: B-plus. Quality: C-plus. Overall: B.

    Full article at
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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