Jackie Mother Fucking Robinson. Such an inspiring story and as they have liked to tag, this movie will be "the true story of an American Legend'. This poster has a strong image of Jackie sliding into a plate, but took me a minute to figure out the optical illusion and the fact that it is on its side. Nonetheless, it's a powerful poster that makes me want to watch some Dodgers. No, really, go Dodgers!
When looking at this poster, I cannot help or resist from noting the similarities and nod(?) to The Hunt for Red October. I put them next to each other for comparison and the colors are exactly the same. Literally, to the shade. That feels like an odd choice to imitate such an iconic poster, but I suppose it has me talking about it. As for this actual movie, I presume Halle Berry answers a call in regards to some crime that involves Abigail Breslin. I like the creativity of the LA map being superimposed over her face, but still just can't get over the colors.
Oh, just look at the sweet, smooth face of Liam Hemsworth. He's just so dreamy. And, he is going to fall in love and go fight a war. Please tell me this is a Nicholas Sparks movie, cause I'm not sure if I understand this poster if it's not.
If you ever wanted to know how to join the Cobra Special Forces, look no further. Do YOU have what it takes? I actually kind of love how this looks like an old school "war" poster from the 50s. Now, if only the movie looked this good.
It's ironic that Matthew Fox is at the front and center of this poster, because it is apparently Tommy Lee Jones that really shines in this film. The story follows life of the American occupation of Japan in the unpredictable days after Emperor Hirohito's World War II surrender. It was a dark time in the history of the world and this poster certainly signifies that with its shadows and dull color palette.