By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | December 6, 2012 | Comments (View)
The 10 Worst Movie Posters for Films Released in 2012 |
Chocolat by Joanne Harris
Women making out is a gift from god and I for one hope they're never allowed to get married because they will stop making out forever and my penis will be sad. Yes, I just made a joke where my dong > gay marriage and I gotta tell you it feels pretty awesome.
Well THIS is random.
What about Jock's Raid poster? http://robot6.comicbookresourc...
I take it Ralph Steadman did "The Raven."
Man's a genius.
I do love the Haywire poster. Things could be worse than Gina Carano straddling you in a cocktail dress...
she could then shoot you in the head.
Still, of all the various scenarios where Gina Carano might shoot you in the head, post straddle has to be the favorite.
Sans pants, yes.
And why is the Cabin in the Woods poster from the "visual companion"?
I'd put six out of ten onto my bedroom wall and frame one of those six.Also, I really like to look at these.
Cabin in the Woods has the best poster.
Kudos on The Raven poster making the cut. Best of the year, IMO.
The posters for The Divide and Haywire are incredibly generic. And Not Fade Away reminds me too much of One Day's poster (bad movie, great poster).This year I was partial to the old-timey looking poster for The Paperboy (http://www.hollywoodreporter.c..., and the censored-style poster for Zero Dark Thirty (http://screenrant.com/zero-dar....
I always think of this when I see the Haywire poster:
I've never seen the "Not Fade Away" one before, but I really dig it.
I kinda liked:
I swear to you it was #11. Goon was #12.
For true, I was more than a little surprised not to see Looper on this list.
Also: (Yes, it is kinda generic and an obvious Bridesmaids ripoff but I love the movie a little more than I'd like to admit).