Most Popular Movie Posters
While the writers argue about the number of basic plots in literature (Booker claimed that seven of them, Borges – that only four, Aristotle, Hugo and Polten insisted on including 36), creators of movie posters partly deliberately and partly by accident brought the genre to a dozen advertising poster cliché, giving an overview of the plot, dynamics and level of special effects films. We all know that a person cannot be creative all the time, but, come on people, there are so many posters that are, basically the same. The first thing we, as audience see is the movie posters, so, we all agree they have to be creative and new. So, here are some interesting movie photos, of movie posters, for you to decide are they are the same. Take a look at this interesting movies, and enjoy!
1. Big Eye
Thrillers and horror at different stages of completion of the plot and an emphasis on special effects. Standard and the basic model of the poster can serve as “Requiem for a Dream”, which, though belongs to another genre, but the computer graphics and complex “video clip” mounting stuffed to the eyeballs.
Examples: “Requiem for a Dream”, “The Eye,” “Candyman,” “Revenge”
2. Lone hero: Looking over his shoulder half turned
Adventure, comics and drama vividly spelled out the nature of the central character – a nature complex, controversial and misunderstood. Very often on posters as a character featured starring weapons.
Examples: “The Hitcher”, “Blade”, “D’Artagnan,” “A Very Long Engagement,” “Lucky Number Slevin,” “Shoot ‘Em Up”
3. Big and small
Close-up portrait on a background of coastal landscapes with small figures. No pattern – it’s melodrama, possible elements of a detective or a historical film, but handkerchiefs to tear scenes stock up must.
Examples: “Captain Corelli’s Violin”, “City of Angels”, “The Double Life of Charlie St. Cloud”, “carried away”, “Jude”.
4. Back to back
Mutual defense posture “rear” was used on the old posters of “James Bond” (“View to a Kill” – companion portrait of Roger Moore and Grace Jones), but at the triumph of the “Beauty” has become familiar comedy melodrama with equivalent batches of the two main characters.
Examples: “Pretty Woman,” “Bride Wars,” “How to marry and remain celibate”, “Love with the notice,” “Adam’s Rib,” “No Reservations.”
5. Between The Legs
Posters with explicit sexual overtones, oddly enough, is rarely enforced promise: as a rule, it is not erotica, and comedy, and a very mediocre level.
Examples: “For Your Eyes Only” (Bond), “Seksdrayv”, “Turmoil in the dorm.”
6. Couple in bed
And again – the melodrama and comedy relationship. Freud grandfather tossed in a coffin, how famously took it in turn enterprising Hollywood. Be honest, how often do you solve personal problems in bed? … That’s it, and we are about the same.
Examples: “A Single Man,” “Married 7 years”, “to laugh. and sin “
7. Splashed Blue
Covers and posters with a predominance of blue and aquamarine colors – almost always signal a “family” nature of the film. Very often so make out adventure films and films about animals (including documentaries).
Examples: “Avatar,” “The Birds,” “The Wild deep oceans 3D», «Flipper”
8. Ash and fire
Black-and-white photos and color flashes of flame – one of the most cliché in the design of posters militants
Examples: “Bangkok Dangerous,” “The Transporter,” “Ghost Rider,” “Tokyo Drift”
9. Running at dusk
This design characteristic militants elaborated dramatic storyline or detective plot.
Examples: “Firewall”, “Arsene Lupin,” “Rain,” “Paycheck,” “The Firm”
Portraits of the elements characteristic of the two completely unrelated genres: either it is a biopic – the history of life is complex and multi-faceted character, or horror movies. Visually genre distinction is easy to hold – or collages form normal human entity, or a skull and scalp.
Examples: “The Truman Show,” “Che,” “mushrooms”, “Fever”, “Descent”
11. Woman in Red
Before this image was typical of rustic comedy, and girls in red dresses are often portrayed in the pin-up. Today, such registration does not shrink from such masters of auteur cinema, as Almodovar (“All About My Mother”) and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (“Amelie”).
Examples: “Tootsie”, “The Naked Truth”, “Amelie”
12. Reflection in sunglasses
Another way to hint at the incredibly complex inner world of the main character, no matter how stupid or a scoundrel he was.
Examples: “The Matrix,” “Almost Famous,” “Hancock,” “The Big Lebowski”, “Leon”, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”