That reminds me:
Y GOD Y.
+ A couple more goodies:
^ I have this! Heh.
how ’bout these?
i heart huckabees
melvin goes to dinner…
Ebert included two of my favorites: About Schmidt (Nicholson looking very sad without his trademark grin) and The Rules of Attraction (with the stuffed animals).
I also missed these:
And when Adrian mentioned posters you might not have seen before, I’m not sure whether he meant the posters or the films, but here’s a few Dutch ones I liked.
^ Lady in the Water
These are apparently DVD covers but whatevaaarrr:
That El Cant Dels Ocells poster has my vote.
Miss Samantha knows her posters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JR: Have you seen it?
Sam: No I haven’t. I’ve saved it in my Q though it’s not available now. Sounds interesting. What did you think of it, aside from kick ass postery?
JR: Haven’t seen it yet!
I’d ask where you’re finding these, but I kinda prefer to think you just have them all, and are slowly dolling them out to us.
In either case, thanks. Right now this is your thread, chica.
(1998 but whatever)
just some i had around that i hadn’t seen posted.
Samantha owns the thread :)
@asdjkl: Nothing Personal looks extremely interesting. I’m looking forward to the movie (Urszula Antoniak’s debut!)
movie = not-so-good; poster = AWESOME (especially with the holographic-y paper they used)
THAT is how you do a teaser poster.
No one is ever going to forget that Lost in Translation poster. I’m surprised it took this long for someone to post it! Also, do they have another version that says “Bob is lost” on it? I could have sworn…
Newai, a couple more:
I don’t know how I keep double posting. Ffffuuuu.
Whatever, here’s another poster:
I don’t know if someone posted this yet, but:
I really dig the retro look of The Assassination of Richard Nixon. An almost perfect replica of a 1974 poster.