Scientists at the University of Turin have built up a PC program that estimates the accomplishment of a film not by film industry takings or positive audits, rather by how often it is referenced in different movies and what number of turn offs it induced.
They evaluated in excess of 47,000 movies and found that The Wizard of Oz, that staple of Christmas seeing featuring Judy Garland and discharged in 1939, topped the rundown. It was trailed by the first Star Wars film and Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.
“The accomplishment of a film is generally estimated through its film industry income or through the sentiment of expert pundits; such measures, in any case, might be affected by outer variables, for example, commercials or inclines, and are not ready to catch the effect of a film after some time,” the analysts stated, including that their strategy challenges that “the best motion pictures are just the ones that move more, similar to some other item”.
They put together their investigation with respect to the “key instinct” that “a fruitful motion picture will be presumably known and referenced by a portion of the progressive ones, for regarding it or for attempting to duplicate its exceptional execution”.
The Wizard of Oz has been re-made many occasions in different structures, from a Tom and Jerry animation to the 1978 melodic The Wiz, which featured Michael Jackson and Diana Ross. It has been referenced almost multiple times in different movies and TV programs. James Stewart sang Over the Rainbow in The Philadelphia Story and, all the more as of late, Lady Gaga murmured it in A Star Is Born.