Jackomatic's "15 Over-Used Movie Poster Clichés" is a gallery of damning thumnails showing the enormous uniformity of Hollywood's marketing machine, a place where everything looks pretty much like everything else, always. My goodness, that's a LOT of women in red dresses.
15 Over-Used Movie Poster Clichés
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BBC got to be the first to tour Intel Studios, a state of the art greenscreen facility, with no suits, no motion capture, just a live performance captured in a green dome by hundreds of cameras.
On the @movie_goofs Twitter account, a fellow named Sean posts brilliantly funny “movie goofs” that aren’t actually goofs. And for additional fun, see the responses from folks who don’t seem to get that Sean is just kidding. Lost in Translation (2003)Production errorHuman actress Scarlett Johansson does not convincingly portray a Japanese person.— movie_goofs (@movie_goofs) August […]
Director Nicolas Winding Refn loves cult movies and has been quietly restoring some of his faves. Now they are available to stream free on his byNWR site.
Traveling isn’t always the most comfortable experience, but at least you have your music to keep you company on those long flights. That is, until your chatty neighbor and that crying baby three seats over drown out your playlist. These Paww WaveSound 3 Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones block up to 20 decibels of audio, so you can […]
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Running a Shopify store is a great way to net some extra cash on the side or—if you really know what you’re doing—replace your 9-to-5 altogether. However, success doesn’t come naturally, and newcomers tend to receive mixed results when starting on their own. This E-Commerce Bootcamp can help start your Shopify venture off on the right […]