If The Posters For The Best Picture Nominees Told The Truth

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Great Film Taglines are catchy, enticing short phrases used by marketers and film studios to advertise and sell a movie, create a buzz, and to sum up the plot, tone or themes of a film – but they are not always truthful. Many films have multiple taglines composed for movie posters, TV spots and trailers, but again, they are sometimes misleading. Movie posters provide evocative images to convey the meaning, mood, symbolism, or setting of the film, but often don’t do the film justice. Below you will see seven examples of movies nominated for best picture, whose taglines and posters have been slightly adjusted to represent the film more “truthfully”. Enjoy.

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5 Comments
  1. Free Photo

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  2. KOCMOC

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  3. Gerard Iribe

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  4. Sound On Sight-Ricky

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  5. Jeremy says

    I feel like The Wrestler’s comparison is way off. Also, I refuse to believe that whoever spoofed the Social Network poster didn’t have the typeface Futura. Come on…

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