joe myers

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My Cousin Vinny (1992)

Director - Jonathan Lynn, Cinematography - Peter Deming

“Imagine you’re a deer. You’re prancing along, you get thirsty, you spot a little brook, you put your little deer lips down to the cool clear water… BAM! A fuckin bullet rips off part of your head! Your brains are laying on the ground in little bloody pieces! Now I ask ya. Would you give a fuck what kind of pants the son of a bitch who shot you was wearing?”

Os 20 melhores posters de 2014

Imagem: Poster coreano para “Mommy” de Xavier Dolan.

A promoção publicitária pode muitas vezes ser o ponto crucial entre o sucesso e o falhanço comercial, na sétima arte como em qualquer outra, e uma grande parte passa pelo atractivo design de um poster/cartaz. Em estudos feitos pela Google, indica que 72% das pessoas decidem que filme vêm na hora de comprar os bilhetes, em que destes quase 30% se deixam influenciar pelo cartaz.

Desse modo, compilamos os melhores posters de cinema realizados este ano, entre oficiais e não-oficiais. Quer seja pela complexidade, pelo contexto com o filme, pelo minimalismo atractivo ou design conceptual, estas são as nossas escolhas, do pior para o melhor.

20. SUPERMENSCH, MIKE MYERS

19. GONE GIRL, DAVID FINCHER

18. PALO ALTO, GIA COPPOLA

17. THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, MARTIN SCORCESE

16. WILD CANARIES, LAWRENCE MICHAEL LEVINE

15. GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE, JEAN LUC GODARD

14. 24 EXPOSURES, JOE SWANBERG

13. INHERENT VICE, PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON

12. THE HUNGER GAMES MOCKINGJAY PART I, FRANCIS LAWRENCE

11. MOMMY, XAVIER DOLAN

10. INTERSTELLAR, CHRISTOPHER NOLAN

9. BAD WORDS, JASON BATEMAN

8. BIRDMAN, ALEJANDRO IÑÁRRITU

7. RELATOS SALVAJES, DAMIAN SZIFRON

6. NYMPHOMANIAC, LARS VON TRIER

5. THE MULE, TONY MAHONY

4. MEN, WOMAN & CHILDREN, JASON REITMAN

3. CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER, ANTHONY&JOE RUSSO

2. THE DOUBLE, RICHARD AYOADE

1. THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, WES ANDERSON

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“A long, long time ago, it was a night of great power. When the days grew short, the spirits of the dead, returned to their homes to warm themselves by the fire’s side. All across the land, huge bonfires were lit. Ohhh, there was a marvelous celebration. People danced, and they played games, and they dressed up in costumes, hoping to ward off the evil spirits. Especially the boogey man.”

Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) 

dir. Joe Chappelle