This is a detail from which movie's poster? Note: Not a single split end!
This trio is much, much better looking than the trio in the next question's poster:
|Keeping the Faith|
|Vicky Cristina Barcelona|
|Some Kind of Wonderful|
This trio apparently isn't nearly as good looking as that in the previous question:
|The Devil Wears Prada|
|To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar|
Apparently, some movies have scenes that take place in the Southwest. I guess this is one of them.
|Thelma and Louise|
Do *not* go into the woods! This comes from the poster promoting which film?
|The Blair Witch Project|
(Get it? double yellow li-never mind)
|Gone in 60 Seconds|
|The Italian Job|
|Days of Thunder|
Yeah, this happened to me the last time I gave blood, too.
That's gonna take a boatload of superglue and solder to fix:
|Escape from New York|
|The Planet of the Apes|
Pacino looks typically intense on this one-sheet for:
|Sea of Love|
|Frankie and Johnny|
We don't nearly get the number of Girl Scouts knocking on our front door since I mounted a replica of this on our front door. I got the inspiration from this movie's poster:
|Bram Stoker's Dracula|
|The Amityville Horror|
|The Exorcist of Emily Rose|
|Drag Me to Hell|
They've got spirit, yes they do! They've got spirit, how about you?
|Not Another Teen Movie|
|Fast Times at Ridgemont High|
Waiter, there appears to be a man's face in my pancakes.....
|Dan in Real Life|
|The Breakfast Club|
Something is about to totally eat that chick:
|Deep Blue Sea|
|Jaws: The Revenge|
This comes from a classic comedy spoof that all too people have seen:
|Murder by Death|
*Textbook* art theft, right here.
|Man on Wire|
|Exit Through the Gift Shop|
|The Thomas Crown Affair|
Mmmm, chock full of vitamins!
|Fried Green Tomatoes|
|Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind|
This is most likely my commuter train tomorrow morning:
|The Polar Express|
I don't like the looks of this X-ray. Not one little bit.
|The Butterfly Effect|
Nobody tells me what I don't get to do!
|The Social Network|
|No Country for Old Men|
What movie is this poster pushing?
|Crimes and Misdemeanors|
|The Adjustment Bureau|
This poster is from which classic Hitchcock film? (Here's a hint: it stars Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman)?
|To Catch a Thief|
This old-school James Bond poster is one of my favorites:
|From Russia with Love|
|Diamonds Are Forever|
The working title of this film is: "Everything in Outer Space Completely Sucks"