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House_Of_Myrmidon -> A few more... (25/1/2011 4:45:53 PM)

1. White background, wording in two colours (the proposal, the back up plan, the break-up)
2. White background - bold font, narrow font (Date Night, Leap Year, the ugly truth, definitley maybe, made of honour)
3. Jennifer Aniston, Katherine Heigl and Jennifer Lopez




House_Of_Myrmidon -> A few more... (25/1/2011 4:50:10 PM)

1. White background, wording in two colours (the proposal, the back up plan, the break-up)
2. White background - bold font, narrow font (Date Night, Leap Year, the ugly truth, definitley maybe, made of honour)
3. Jennifer Aniston, Katherine Heigl and Jennifer Lopez




jamie325 -> (25/1/2011 8:23:21 PM)

To be fair, there aren't THAT money ways to make a poster!




Concise_Statement -> Kevin Connolly must... (25/1/2011 8:29:31 PM)

... be absolutely MORTIFIED at that shot of him in 'He's Just Not That Into You'. Jesus Christ, look at that face!




mebbetheywasinjuns -> Three to Tango (25/1/2011 8:35:00 PM)

Seen it - is it wrong that kinda totally like it?




G MAN -> Non-rom-com films that use these cliches (25/1/2011 11:49:04 PM)

1 - Back to Back: A View to a Kill (original poster), Iron Man 2
2 - Floaty faces: Goodfellas, Wall Street, Saving Private Ryan
3 - Park Bench: Forrest Gump, Good Will Hunting
4 - Giant Faces: Election, No Country for Old Men, Avatar
5 - The Collage: Magnolia, The Truman Show, Donnie Darko, Boogie Nights
6 - Pick Me Up: As Good As It Gets
7 - The Lean: Gone With the Wind, The Persuit of Happyness




Enzino -> Excuse Two Weeks' Notice (26/1/2011 9:11:30 AM)

Like the Run Fatboy Run poster, the Two Weeks' Notice one is not in English, it's Italian. So maybe they don't have the same grasp of apostrophes.




Seannybo -> What about... (26/1/2011 9:42:57 AM)

Shallow Hal in the bench department: http://pinartarhan.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/amorcego2.jpg




ronniem -> (26/1/2011 9:58:41 AM)

Rom Coms...a bloody waste of space in the film market




GypsyTrash -> Red-on-white (26/1/2011 11:57:45 AM)

The WORST RomCom trait ever - white background, red fonts. Doing the in-house displays in my work irritates the hang out of me, 'cos I can never put the RomCom posters together as they all look like the same film!! The Ugly Truth, The Rebound, Morning Glory, Love and Other Drugs, the Heartbreak Kid *shudder*, there must just be a 'generic RomCom' button on most studios' Photoshops...




keelover -> How do they forget the template of two-four faces in horizontal panels? (27/1/2011 5:16:45 AM)

When I saw this headline on IMDb, I was sure someone would finally be torn into for using the same freaking template for like ten movies. But no! It's the horizontal panel photos with the title in the middle in thin serif font, seen in the following movies, for example:

Something's Gotta Give (http://www.imdb.com/media/rm232299776/tt0337741)
The Holiday (http://www.imdb.com/media/rm4200108544/tt0457939)
I Could Never Be Your Woman (http://www.imdb.com/media/rm998872576/tt0466839)

This one's remarkably similar:
Because I Said So: (http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2412745472/tt0490084)

Same freakin' template! Could you get any lazier about your poster design? It pisses me off.




supernaturalfan93 -> (27/1/2011 9:40:29 AM)

the accidental husband poster has absaloute crap editing...




Enzino -> Bendy Ben (16/3/2011 2:20:39 PM)

Is it just me or has Ben Affleck suddenly gone all Mr Fantastic in the poster for Forces of Nature?




edjones95 -> Manhattan? (22/10/2011 5:39:12 PM)

Are they not sitting on a park bench in Manhattan, it's a bit far away but they are definitely on one




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