Author Topic: Paramount Pictures 100 years of Posters & See how many you can name!!!!!  (Read 797 times)


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That is awesome.  I love it, but it took me forever to find Psycho!  And it was right in front of my nose.  I am surprised how many were so instantly recognizable.  I got all of the Horror-themed ones, and plenty of other classics and modern day films too.  I surprised myself. 

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That is the best thing I have seen in awhile, that poster is so awesome and features so many great classic films, Paramount Pictures 100 years

I can name most of these films, I'm a film buff and have seen tons of classic films
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REVISED (Thanks Steve)

Here's my list (going by rows).  I had to look some up and there's a few I couldn't get initially.  Also, some are definitely NOT classics.

Airplane-Top Gun-Psycho-The Addams Family
-There Will Be Blood- Titanic-Transformers-Up in the Air

The Godfather-Friday the 13th-Jackass: The Movie-Wayne’s World-Paranormal Activity-Crocodile Dundee-Hunt for Red October-Election

Catch 22-Nashville-Star Trek:The Motion Picture-Rosemary’s Baby-Raiders of the Lost Ark-Beverly Hills Cop-Cleopatra-Saturday Night Fever

48 Hours-Murder on the Orient Express-The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie-Zoolander-Ferris Bueller’s Day Off-Planes, Trains, & Automobiles-Ghost-Meatballs

Up in Smoke-The Bad News Bears-Scrooged-Mission Impossible-Breakfast at Tiffany’s-Forrest Gump-Cloverfield-South Park

True Grit-Escape from Alcattrazz-The Truman Show-The Warriors-The Naked Gun-The Ten Commandments

Team America: World Police-Paper Moon-Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory-Pretty in Pink-No Country for Old Men-What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

Duck Soup-Vertigo-An Inconvenient Truth-Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-Trading Places-An Officer and a Gentleman-Rango-Braveheart

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button-Barbarella-Days of Thunder-The Nutty Professor-Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom-Easy Rider-Fatal Attraction-Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Coming to America-Mommie Dearest-G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra-Marathon Man-Serpico-Beavis and Butthead Do America-Footloose-Once Upon a Time in the West

Tomb Raider-King Kong-Gulliver’s Travels-Double Indemnity-Les Amours de la Reine Elisabeth-War of the Worlds-Dreamgirls-Shutter Island

The School of Rock-Sunset Boulevard-Flashdance-The Godfather: Part II-Super 8-Chinatown-The Fighter-Hustle and Flow

The Adventures of Tintin-Justin Bieber: Never Say Never-Pet Semetary-The Longest Yard-Going My Way-Rear Window-The Italian Job-Wings
« Last Edit: June 07, 2012, 05:15:15 AM by monsterphile »

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Wow very cool, yeah I agree not all of them are "classics" but still really cool.

Was thrilled to see the Baseball Fury from The Warriors...one of my all time favorites!!!
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I think thats The Addams Family after Psycho.

steve050305

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Airplane
Top Gun
Psycho
The Addams Family
There Will Be Blood
Titanic
Transformers
Up in the Air
The Godfather
Friday the 13th Part II
Jackass: The Movie
Wayne's World
Paranormal Activity
Crocodile Dundee
The Hunt for Red October
Election
Catch-22
Nashville
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Rosemary's Baby
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Beverly Hills Cop
Cleopatra
Saturday Night Fever
48 Hours
Murder on the Orient Express
Spongebob Squarepants: The Movie
Zoolander
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Ghost
Meatballs
Up in Smoke
The Bad News Bears
Scrooged
Mission Impossible
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Forrest Gump
Cloverfield
South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
True Grit
Escape from Alcatraz
The Truman Show
The Warriors
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
The Ten Commandments
Team America: World Police
Paper Moon
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Pretty in Pink
No Country for Old Men
What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
Duck Soup
Vertigo
An Inconvenient Truth
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Trading Places
An Officer and a Gentlemen
Rango
Braveheart
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Barbarella
Days of Thunder
The Nutty Professor
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Easy Rider
Fatal Attraction
Indiana Jones and the last Crusade
Coming to America
Mommie Dearest
GI Joe: The Rise of the Cobra
Marathon Man
Serpico
Beavis and Butthead: Do America
Footloose
Once Upon a Time in the West
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
King Kong
Gulliver's Travels
Double Indemnity
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The War of the Worlds
Dreamgirls
Shutter Island
The School of Rock
Sunset Boulevard
Flashdance
The Godfather, Part II
Super 8
Chinatown
The Fighter
Hustle and Flow
The Adventures of Tintin
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Pet Semetary
The Longest Yard
Going My Way
Rear Window
The Italian Job
Wings
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I agree that there are some great classics, but not all of them are classics at all. I wish they had more films from the 1930s and 1940s including film noir

The thing I didn't understand was the 1971 picture, It seems to be Easy Rider, but that was released in 1969
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I agree that there are some great classics, but not all of them are classics at all. I wish they had more films from the 1930s and 1940s including film noir

The thing I didn't understand was the 1971 picture, It seems to be Easy Rider, but that was released in 1969


The 1971 picture is Harold and Maude

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thanks dude!!!
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