Just like your favorite athlete may not always have the best stats, your favorite movies may not have the box office success. Nonetheless we crave insight into how they earn the big bucks and win games, or in this case, sell movie tickets. George Lucas’s Blockbusting covers the top 300 films of all time decade by decade. (Say what you will about Lucas but the man knows a lot about blockbuster success). The book sums them up by awards won, directors, actors and box office revenue in an almost sport-stats format. There’s also tons of information about production and distribution giving you an insider’s industry look at what spells success on the silver screen.