12 Cool New Posters Get a Critical Look

We review fresh Terminator, Trek and Wild Things ads...

Armoured

Initial thoughts: Well, it doesn’t have floaty big heads. That’s a big plus. And the top-down approach to the imagery is nicely original.

We’re not saying it’s going on our wall anytime soon, but it’s a decent take on the action movie imagery.

What does the poster tell us: Columbus short is apparently worthy of the “and” credit. Really? And not Jean Reno or Larry Fishburne?

Does it make us want to see the film? Yes, for the most part. Though that’s more down to the concept of the movie than the picture.

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Where The Wild Things Are

Initial thoughts: You! Behind the tree! We see you! Ah, Wild Things… is there noting you can’t make better?

We’ve seen online bitching that the forest looks like someone’s local park, but we really like this image.

What does the poster tell us: That the Wild Things are mischievous types, and need to sharpen their claws like domestic house cats.

Does it make us want to see the film? We were sold before this. Would this poster alone make us go? Probably.

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