In the past interest in a movie was measured as a binary metric. Either you're interested (1) or not (0). But that doesn't reflect the way people think about movies. Denzel may want to see Movie X on opening night in a theater, Julia may want to see it if it's for free on TV and George may want to see it if he hears good things about it. All three are interested but to different degrees. That's why we measure interest on a scale from 1 to 10. Keep in mind, this is the only metric on The Quorum that is not a percentage.
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ANIMATION/FAMILY: ANIMATED AND LIVE-ACTION FILMS TARGETING A FAMILY AUDIENCE
DC/M CU: FILMS FROM THE DC OR MARVEL UNIVERSES
HORROR: HORROR FILMS
TENTPOLE: SEQUELS WITH A BUDGET ABOVE $100M THAT ARE NOT PART OF DC/MCU
SEQUEL: SEQUELS TO FILMS WITH A BUDGET UNDER $100M
KNOWN IP: ORIGINAL FILMS BASED ON WIDELY KNOWN IP OR REMAKES OR SEQUELS MORE THAN TEN YEARS AFTER THE PREVIOUS FILM.
ORIGINAL – HIGH: ORIGINAL FILMS NOT BASED ON WIDELY KNOWN IP WITH A PRODUCTION BUDGET OVER $50M
ORIGINAL – LOW: ORIGINAL FILMS NOT BASED ON WIDELY KNOWN IP WITH A PRODUCTION BUDGET BELOW $50M
Groups are in a hierarchy.
A film may belong to multiple groups but will be placed in the one that sits highest in the hierarchy. For example, SPIDER-MAN: ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE PART 1 qualifies as ANIMATION/FAMILY and DC/MCU, but it is allocated to the ANIMATION/FAMILY group since that group sits higher in the hierarchy. Likewise, HALLOWEEN ENDS is both HORROR and a SEQUEL, but it belongs to the HORROR group since that is higher in the hierarchy.