If you've ever been to your local cinema lately, you'll notice that movie posters are now about as boring and generic as the films they're meant to promote. It's a shame, considering how rich, detailed and interesting they used to be. This retrospective points out exactly why movie posters suck these days, and charts the demise of the interesting one-sheet.
When Did Movie Posters Start To Suck?
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