Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Best Film Posters of 2015 - Part 2

This year anticipated few very good movies already. Few became box office winners, few Indie hits and also few of the films were sheer disappointments. But posters of almost all of these films have been really cool and classy. It is really a hard job to find out the best ones among them.

The Poster World previously given you the first installment of our search for the best posters of 2015 (Best Film Posters of 2015 - Part 1). Now on this installment we are showing you 05 more exciting film posters of 2015. Let's do it.

1. Me and Earl and The Dying Girl 
Director- Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
Cast- Thomas Mann, Olivia Cook, Jon Bernthal
'Minimalist One'
This teenage Rom-com was based on a book by Jesse Andrews. The film won several awards including few on 2015 Sundance Film Festival and it earned a standing ovation there too. Story consists of a boy named Greg, his friend Earl and the girl Rachel. The film is quite different from other teenage Rom-com films. This poster of the film is quite minimalist, as the main characters are shown beside there names. Fonts are catchy and overall background expressing a light mood. Simple and soft!    

2. Paper Towns
Director- Jack Shereier
Cast- Nat Wolff, Cara Delevingne
'Fonts are too cool'

Another Rom-com on our list of great posters is based on a novel by John Green (who brought us acclaimed 'The Fault in Our Stars'). Tag line of this teenage venture is 'Get lost, get found'. Yes one character goes missing here on the film, and by the effect of which one character finds himself. OK, I probably have given some spoilers. But let's see the poster. The girl here is bit covered by her hair, yes it seems she is hiding something and obviously behind her there is the boy. May be he wants to know what she is hiding. Fonts are very good and gives a teen impression. Liked it!      

3. The Walk
Director- Robert Zemeckis
Cast- Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Ben Schwartz 
'A high angle shot'

Robert Zemeckis brought us great films like Forrest Gump, Cast Away and many more. This time Zemeckis is making a film on the life and events of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit. The poster of the film is really interesting as it gives an impression of watching a 3D movie. We can bird-eye view our main character from a top angle position and look at the buildings on the ground. The poster is brave and chilling!
4. By The Sea
Director- Angelina Jolie Pitt
Cast- Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Pitt
'With two hats it tells a story'
Another film by Angelina Jolie Pitt after Unbroken (2014). This time she appears as one of the main characters of the film along with his real life husband Brad Pitt. The poster of the film is really good. It has a yellowish flavor all around and in between a male hat and a female hat, one beside another. In front of those hats, a sea or ocean or something like this. The theme is minimal and exotic.   

5. Point Break
Director- Ericson Core
Cast- Edgar Ramirez, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer 
Our only action film from this installment has a tag line like 'the only law that matters is gravity'. Yes, the poster is all about gravity. It actually gives bit spoiler. Two 'robin hoodesque' characters, do not have any affection for money, and they have jumped from a god damn plane! The poster is crazy and really really innovative. This one would single handedly provide the producers few millions for sure. 

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