Friends, I am here. Today we are taking a look at pictures, not discussing movies or reviewing anything, just looking. I just felt like sharing some of my favorite movie posters out there. Of course these aren’t really my strict favorites per se, but I really like them. And if there are any great movie posters you like, leave a comment and I’ll maybe include it some time.
Kickin’ it off we have this cool poster from my favorite movie, “Fight Club”.
Here we have the classic black & white poster for the classic movie “The Godfather”.
Here we have the ominous and haunting yet beautiful poster for the coming movie “In the Heart of the Sea”.
Next we have the poster for imdb’s number 1 movie “The Shawshank Redemption”.
Coming up next is the mysterious and stylish poster for the mysterious and stylish “Drive”.
Here we have the beautiful poster for 2012’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”.
Next is the awesome looking and cool poster for “Batman Begins”.
Continuing with Christopher Nolan posters we have the poster for “Inception”.
Coming up is the powerful poster for the amazing movie “American History X”.
Wrapping it all up we once again turn to Mr. Nolan with the spectacular poster for 2014’s “Interstellar”.
Now those were only some great movie posters, there are many more. I plan to make more of these, so please leave a comment about what movie posters you would like to see in future editions. I will probably add that poster in and I will give you a small mention.
Have a good one.
13 thoughts on “10 Great Movie Posters”
The Godfather poster is one hell of a classic.
Can’t beat the one for Fight Club either.
Mischief. Mayhem. Soap.
And such a cool tagline.
Big fan of movie posters, though I prefer the more minimalist and/or stylistic ones. For Fight Club, I prefer the one that’s just the bar of soap and nothing else, it’s an iconic image even though it really tells you nothing about the film unless you’ve already seen it. The Interstellar is a great one, there aren’t enough movie posters that play with the actual text of the title like that one does. The other one I really like here is the In the Heart of the Sea, it does a great job of selling the scale of it and it looks gorgeous to boot.
You have spoken well.
Wow, these were some amazing posters! My favourite got to be “In the Heart of the Sea” – when I first saw it, I instantly wanted to see the film, it is so effective.
Never expected to see a new comment on this old post.
Hope it is a good thing? 🙂
I’m not complaining, just surprised.
Yeah, 2015 feels like yesterday to me. I recently got really curious about different kinds of film posters, and especially what is called – “alternative” film posters. Some of them are just amazing.