The History of Countries’ Flags Origins

Just like they do with everything else in a modern-day movie industry, they exploit  movie posters a lot. Overexposing is definitely a trend now...  On, let's say, a Monday, an attention-grabbing poster for a film like Spring Breakers surfaces online and gives off that iconic feeling of old; on that following Thursday, though, two new alternate one-sheets premiere on various blogs and instantly dilute the initial poster's impact. But if you think of the good old days of the Hollywood's Golden Era, there was a simpler approach: create one truly unforgettable image that captured the film's spirit while also generating excitement at just a glance. Movie posters were not mere commercial gimmicks but were more like pieces of art. Will anyone remember the countless individual character sheets for this weekend's The Great Gatsby? Don't count on it. For better or worse, the wall space reserved for the 75 most iconic movie posters of all time shall remain undisturbed. [audio mp3="http://maciejkielpinski.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/sound1.mp3"][/audio] SCREAM (1996) - Art Director: David Lubin KIDS (1995) - Art Directors: Jennifer Alex Nickason and Michael Preston ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK (1981) - Art Director: Chris Horner SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952) - Art Directors: Randall Duell and Cedric Gibbons THE SOCIAL NETWORK (2010) - Art Directors: Curt Beech and Keith P. Cunningham THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) - Art Director: Robert Haas FORREST GUMP (1994) - Art Directors: Leslie McDonald and William James Teegarden DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1944) - Art Directors: Hans Dreier and Hal Pereira THE KID (1921) - Artist: Unknown CASABLANCA (1942) - Artist: Bill Gold WEST SIDE STORY (1961) - Artist: Saul Bass MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (1975) - Artist: Terry Gilliam BLAZING SADDLES (1974) - Artist: John Alvin COOL HAND LUKE (1967) - Artist: Bill Gold