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Today, I am inspired by film titles of the 1920s and 30s. Although these titles were restricted to black and white, the typography speaks for itself.

from BuzzFeed

17 Movie Posters Redesigned With Better Titles

MATRIX (1999). Larry i Andy Wachowski. Potser vivim somiant sense saber-ho? La resistència a l’engany, discernir què és real i que no ho és... Somni o veritat? #recomanacions #cinemaimes #filosofia. Consulteu la disponibilitat a:*cat/?searchtype=X&searcharg=MATRIX+++dvd+&searchscope=125&sortdropdown=-&SORT=DZ&extended=0&SUBMIT=Cerca&searchlimits=&searchorigarg=XUN+HOMBRE+DE+LA+ETERNIDAD+++dvd+%26SORT%3DDZ

from ShortList Magazine

Alternative Alien posters

I like how the creator of this poster took a minimalist approach and yet managed to give a fairly accurate and even somewhat comical depiction of the film's titular Aliens. I also like how the colour of the teeth contrast with the background, however I feel a lighter colour should have been used for the title as the background itself is quite dark.


Harry Potter, Funny <<< "You could fill a book -a lot of books- with the stuff Harry doesn't know about himself. And...they have."


2. James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963) 007 played by: Sean Connery Bond Girl: Daniela Bianchi (Tatiana Romanova) Directed by: Terrence Young Filming budget: $2,500,000 Time between this and previous release: 1 year

from IMDb

The Jungle Book (1967)

First Disney film I ever saw, Love the music as much today as I did when I first saw it - Waiting for a blu ray edition to be released.


They Live - movie poster I like this movie poster because it is attention-grabbing as it is a 3 colour base. Its black and white to add an cool effect to the skeleton woman and a neon blue to make the eyes, the teeth and the movie title pop out. i don't like the position that the woman is in because it doesn't compliment her very well.