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The Good German (2006) A clear homage and tribute to the timeless classic movie poster from Casablanca. D: Steven Soderbergh. George Clooney, Cate Blanchett, Tobey Maguire. 24/3/09

Fantastic Original Posters for Film Noir Classics

Brooklyn's Finest (2009)

Ethan Hawke has the most realistic dying scene in this movie. It was scary! I've never seen anyone get shot but that's what I would imagine it would be like. Bravo!!

American Hustle- really exicted for this movie. it's got a pulp fiction meets great gatsby kind of feeling, with rich and guilded overtones with some dark secrets. not to mention a killer cast. and i love anything with a 1970's/80s feel (Argo!)

An example of the fast movement of trends in the design industry, the 70s sees photographs play a big role in posters for the first time, often taking up the bulk of the canvas with type thrown in below, seemingly as an afterthought.

Posters of the 90s are reasonably formulaic: we’ve got the photographic backgrounds, pithy slogans at the top, and the names of headline actors sitting quietly above the name of the film, usually near the bottom of the poster

The Kid (1921)

The Kid(1921): Charlie Chaplin makes us witness his comic finesse and emotional refinement in this heartbreaking tale of the tramp and his bonding with a young orphan boy.

These Are the Best Movie Posters of 2015

The are considered one of the best decade ever for film, and unlike the photo shopped patchworks that pass as posters for today's films, they were pure art, here ...