Top 1000 Movie Posters

Whiplash (2014)

That’s kinda how I feel. I love this interpretation, and it was a pivotal scene in the movie (or two scenes) but overall I don’t think it “represents” the movie accurately. It looks like a fighting flick instead of a jazz drummer flick. Kudos

The Prestige (2006)

I feel like the typography is attempting to visually represent the three phase magic trick which the film lays out multiple times, but I feel the designer didn’t play around enough with the type to properly show this in the way he meant. I

Alien (1979)

Its really good. Captures that 70s feel. Acts like the poster is for someone who has no idea what the movie is even about, ergo it doesn’t show the Alien, just shows teeth (as well as subtly showing the inner mouth teeth). Its very

Skyfall (2012)

Please correct me if I’m wrong, but it looks as if you’ve live traced it in Illustrator; which is essentially a filter. The house does not come off as a vector, it is overly intricate in comparison to everything else. If you did do

The Jungle Book (1967)

it is [Olly Moss](http://www.moss.fm/). It’s on his blog [here](http://www.moss.fm/post/78875081846/my-piece-for-the-mondo-x-disney-sxsw-art-show). looks like he did it for a Mondo thing at SXSW, so I assume it will probably also be available for sale on their website at some point.

Side Effects

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, I thought this was mediocre at best and pretty predictable. Also trying way too hard to be more than it is.

Reservoir Dogs (1991)

Figure it out. I shouldn’t have to explain to someone who apparently ‘gets’ film posters and how they represent the tone and mood of a film. I mean what is this really? The bullets are a metaphor, I get that, but the film is

moon

I agree. The [original poster](http://i.imgur.com/8FM6MFV.jpg) has this great retrofuturistic, “die neue typography” style. I might just be biased because I have seen that poster enough to let it define the mood, but the loneliness and solemness are really apparent in the original. That said,

The Truman Show (1998)

>Anyone know of any similar movies? EdTV is its twin movie. You know, like The Illusionist and The Prestige or Armageddon and Deep Impact are twin movies. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind if you want another Carrey in existential turmoil. American Beauty if

Inception (2010)

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Akira (1989)

Something [here](https://www.google.com/search?q=akira+poster&espv=210&es_sm=122&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=6d45U5OgIZLMsQTw7oKgAQ&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1920&bih=955#q=akira+poster&tbm=isch&tbs=isz:l) may fit the bill.

The Thing (1982)

I sincerely don’t understand how this was nominated for the Golden Raspberry for Worst Musical Score. The Thing has one of my favorite scores ever. Maybe I just have terrible taste in music.

Into The Wild (2007)

This is probably the wrong sub for this comment…. Decent book. Well made movie. Christopher McCandless was petulant, selfish, and incompetent. He went full retard and shouldn’t be respected for what he did. Idolizing him sends a message that it’s great to follow your

Whiplash (2014)

Just watched this film this week and I gotta say: it was phenomenal. JK Simmons has such an incredible presence on screen that I was glued to the movie the whole time. 10/10, have already recommended it to all my friends

Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015)

I think the [Phantom Menace](http://www.impawards.com/1999/star_wars_episode_one_the_phantom_menace_ver1.html) alternate poster was relatively interesting (although it adhered to basic rules of design) in that it broke from the 70s Adventure Movie Poster template (think Raiders of the Lost Ark, A New Hope, etc etc). Guardians of the Galaxy’s

Dredd (2012)

I thought that film was terrible when I first saw it at the movies. About a year later I saw it on TV and wondered what the hell I was smoking back then, as I realised how awesome Dredd was! There’s definitely more mileage

Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)

I thought so too, until i saw some pics from real life, instead of just the regular jpg sent to the printer. The orange reminds heavily of mordor. Both are going to be impossible though.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

I didn’t see the second one yet, but aren’t they adding a ton of auxiliary material from the LotR appendices? This could have already happened in the second film, because like I said I haven’t seen it, but I know I’ve read they’re going