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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.

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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: http://elmeuargus.biblioteques.gencat.cat/search~S125*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

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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.

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

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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

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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.

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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.