Tuesday, October 13, 2015

04 Best Posters from Danny Boyle Filmography

Danny Boyle is one of the most prominent British film directors of recent times. Popular films like Trainspotting (1996), The Beach (2000), Slumdog Millionaire (2008), 127 Hours (2010), and very recent Steve Jobs (2015), all are directed by this great maker. Though Boyle was meant to become a priest on his childhood, he ended up becoming a successful film maker.

Posters used on Danny Boyle films are always subjective and meaningful. The Poster World chose 04 most amazing posters from Danny Boyle's illustrious filmography.

1. Trainspotting (1996)

This Ewan McGregor starred cult hit was a trend setter of a film for last two decades. The poster design for this film was really catchy and modern. Look at the characters, look at that yellow background behind the film title. It gives us an introduction towards the film already.

TPW Rating: 3.5/5

2. 28 Days Later (2002)
On 2002, this film reassured all Hollywood studios that if the storytelling is correct then even a zombie horror can look good. Yes, this film has changed the mood of seriousness about zombies. The poster background is deep red, obviously same as the color of blood. In front of that bold white fonts are really creating a frightening experience.

TPW Rating: 4/5

3. Sunshine (2007)
First of a kind science fiction by Danny Boyle was commercially a failure but was critically praised by many critics. This psychological thriller's poster is showing that someone is very close to the sun and is on the verge of getting burnt. Poster is meaningful and depicting the nearness of a character to the sun. Fonts and background are above average.

TPW Rating: 3.5/5

4. 127 Hours (2010)
This film was one of the most anticipated films of last decade and as a poster the best from Danny Boyle. It's about a person who lose his hand during tracking. Look at the poster! It's an unbelievable thing. It gives us an overall idea on the film. That's why it's an intelligent poster with great use of colors and fonts.

TPW Rating: 5/5 

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