Massive Movie Poster Clichés (10 HQ Photos)

Thanks to the highly observant Christophe Courtois. His blog right here.

  • theloudestchisel

    And that's how I know to avoid Christian movies.

    • dwwwwwwwwwwwww

      You have it wrong. Christian Movies avoid you, son.

  • ChiveApprentice

    #1 definitely doesn't work. i have not and will not see any of those movies.

  • Tom

    What? No Orange/Blue combos?

  • the chird

    Yo Fuck #9. I saw one eye on there and got creeped out. Fucking Grudge kid. Thx chive

  • marcussam

    Forever Alone level 98..

  • Katie

    #10 and Red dress for the win

  • @_staceywithane_

    what a trip 0_o

  • rcjaos

    #8 Liam Neeson in Taken is not running for his life…..he is going to find you, and he is going to kill you.

  • Gaby

    #10 She's actually wearing a pink dress, not red… I'm gonna go jump off a building now.

    • Gaby

      Miss Congeniality that is…

  • etcrr

    it is all marketing, what attracts the eye, is what sells

  • Chris Thomas

    Lots of overlap with #7 and #8. Guess that means they're…running from the blues. Eh? EH?!

  • GamerGirl84

    #5 Why don't they just call all romantic comedies "Tryin' to Fuck" …Jennifer Aniston and this guy are tryin to fuck…

    will they?

    Probably….herrr derp

  • AdRock

    How about this: Steven Segall wearing a leather trenchcoat and holding a gun while something blows up in the background.

  • etcrr

    The more things change the more they remain the same

  • Busternut

    They missed out "blue and orange contrast" posters


    lol all the losers will be saving the between the legs one SMH

  • Poster Printing

    Ha! This is hilarious. I love the way you categorize the posters. Cool.

  • slobonmyknobb

    STOLEN STRAIGHT FROM REDDIT!!! lame chive, real lame

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  • Anonymous


    Doesn’t matter, says Hump Day

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