Sure, Desolation of Smaug is already out and you've probably seen it if you really wanted to. This poster though makes me remember the original book much more vividly though. The smallness of Bilbo, the immense dragon, it all reminds me of what I thought the Hobbit looked like when I was a kid.
If you can't break cliches with your poster, make it weird. Make it standout. Make me do a double take and then make me have to think and wonder what your film is about. Cliche works for some, but that's not your movie.
Something about this Bad Words poster makes me uncomfortable. Maybe it's the large contorted mouth or maybe it's just me. Bad Words isn't about cursing anyways, it's about an asshole of an adult forcing his way into a child's competition. Sure this passes along the not so subtle message that this film isn't for kids but I think the R rating should be good enough to get that across.
The final Mockingjay symbol even if it isn't the final film. Somehow, someway, this franchise lost it's momentum for me. I'm interested in the universe and the characters, and Jennifer Lawrence, but something about those films just doesn't grab me. Unlike Harry Potter I had never read the books, so my investment was already pretty low when the first film came out. Add on the now standard splitting of the last film into two parts, the annual releases, and the constant treatment that every new sequel is an immense cultural event and I'm pretty spent.
Alright Robocop remake, you sold me. After some pretty good looking ads during recent football games along with a seemingly good understanding of the source material I've pretty much given into the fact that this is something I'll go out to see. I guess I just can't say no to cyborg cops.