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they offer a money back guarantee for any film they work on that follows their recommendations that does not earn at least 183% of their production budget from domestic box office alone which, frankly, shocked me because I had never encountered anyone willing to do that.

in our most recent test for a major film studio, we were 100% more accurate than the studio in determining in advance of release whether these films would earn more in US Box Office revenue than their respective all in negative cost of production (all production costs, but excluding the cost of prints and marketing). This measure typically will determine if a film will be net profitable. There are many significant exceptions to this rule of thumb, but none of these exceptions were relevant to the nine film scripts we analyzed. Natebailey (talk) 21:52, 28 July 2011 (UTC)