Here are the Best Movie Posters and One Sheets that Have Come Across the Web This Week
It’s Friday, so here are all of the best movie posters released this past week. You can always see all the one sheets from previous weekly editions of this post type by clicking our original movie poster round-up link, or the one in the header. This ought to kick start your movie weekend just right. Thanks to IMP Awards for the hits.
Included is poster film art for those that like smaller movies, boy do we have a week for you! If you like bigger films, ummm, not as much but that’ll happen. Actually, I guess our usual eclectic mix greets you, so what can I say? We have plenty to show you in our weekly Friday edition of Movie Poster Round-Up. Lets get to it, shall we?
I’ll kick it off with two quads for Telstar and The Girl Cut In Two. Not sure if we will be seeing these stateside or not, but Kevin Spacey is in Telstar and he was the voice of Gerty in our recently reviewed Moon. Woody Allen’s Whatever Works continues to look underwhelming (but I will be seeing it on Monday so a review is forthcoming *fingers crossed it’s good*). The End of the Line, a documentary film comes next, even though we are far from the end in this round-up. We follow that with Shrink, Seraphine and a Japanese poster for Josh Hartnett’s I Come With The Rain. In his case, he comes with baggage as an actor these days, I guess.
The rom-com I Hate Valentine’s Day has a familiar cast and Homecoming is Mischa Barton’s shot at the big time. I actually recently caught a paparazzi photo of her bare breast and I was surprisingly impressed. “Does that make me some sort of *** or something? No, baby, I’m money.” Youssou Ndour: I Bring What I Love is a film on the international singer and I threw in another Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen IMAX one-sheet for good measure. I actually kind of like that throwback styled poster, which is followed by Herb & Dorothy (“Peaches” was unavailable). Finally, Jeremy Piven will get his star power tested in The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard. Sounds a bit like Dewey Cox, but the Redband trailer was pretty good. Thanks to IMP Awards for all the help. Enjoy!