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Source: asiaobscura. Asia Obscura website has posted a huge horde of hand-drawn Indian movie posters. They are awesome! See more here.
Peter Jackson directing “The Hobbit.” Early reviews for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” show critics are underwhelmed by the film. Jackson’s long awaited ”The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is the first in three installments of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy novel “The Hobbit.” The film … Continue reading
This parody poster of the 2010 film Dear John–based on a book by Nicholas Sparks, made me laugh out loud. Apparently, this is over 2 years old, but I have never seen it before. Ken Lynggaard, a Danish graphic designer … Continue reading
Brazilian Ad agency Y&R did these movie posters from other angles as part of an advertising campaign for LG’s Home Theater 3D surround sound system.
Allen Fuqua mixes his passion for travel and movies by “movie mimicking.” He travels to movie locations and recreates scenes from them. Above, a scene from Drive in MacArthur Park. Below, Inception in Paris. Much more here. Source: via kottke.org
The so-called “viral” poster for the upcoming dull movie Rampart. Rampart, starring Woody Harrelson as officer Dave Brown, is probably one of the worst movies I have seen in a long time. Pointless and plodding, the movie tries just a … Continue reading
You haven’t lived until you have heard Mika’s explanation of the movie Avatar. Her two-minute overviews are out of this world. English is not her native language, but that is what makes her explanations so special. More of Mika retelling Inception, … Continue reading
Every so often a film arrives that highlights the gulf between what is popular with the audiences, versus what the critics and award committees love to love. This year that film is The Artist. According to the Telegraph, cinema-goers at … Continue reading
“Legs Apart With Something In Between”: Modern movie posters have a shocking lack of variety. All poster compilations by Christophe Courtois. Modern movie posters are surprisingly unoriginal, once you step back and take a look. Christophe Courtois on his blog has … Continue reading