The Round-Up: Cassandra's Dream, Awake, Debaters, Cloverfield, Charlie Wilson, Spiderwick, Nanking and The Walker

In what may become a weekly thing, here is a round-up of recent posters that for some reason or other didn’t get a full post.

Cassandra’s Dream

Cassandra’s Dream Poster
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The design here is just original enough to make the look of the poster memorable. Very tasteful too.

Awake

Awake Poster
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I really hated this poster the first time I saw it, but I’m softer on it now. It’s a very typical design, but it’s done well here.

Mad Money

Mad Money Poster
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I’m with Ben. Bad poster.

The Great Debaters

The Great Debaters Poster
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The great debaters gets a not so great poster. Once again, a very typical design, including the very typical sepia tone. But this particular instantiation of it looks rather shoddy.

Cloverfield

Cloverfield Poster
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This poster for Cloverfield is exactly like the old poster for Cloverfield, with one small difference: they aren’t hiding the title anymore.


Charlie Wilson’s War

Charlie Wilson’s War Poster
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The main message of this poster seems to be: “Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts together! Oh yeah, and that Hoffman guy is in it too.”


The Spiderwick Chronicles

The Spiderwick Chronicles Poster
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The poster is clever in the way it manages to have many moments and elements from the film in it. But it makes for a very cluttered image.

Nanking

Nanking Poster
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This poster doesn’t make any strong impression on me, good or bad.

The Walker

The Walker Poster
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It’s funny that in the poster for a movie called The Walker everybody is sitting down. Great cast tough, and directed by Paul Schrader to boot.

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