4 Modern Movies and Old Posters

Modern Movies and Old Posters

Posted on November 27, 2013 by team

Many pre-revolutionar movie posters arouse even more interest today. But what if they underwent a modern remake? For example the poster above is for “Terminator: Second Coming”

“Only in cinematic salons: Animal Beavior”.

Star wars.


4 Responses to “Modern Movies and Old Posters”

  1. Barbar says:

    “Animal Beavior” is Basic Instinct
    “The Epee” is Machete
    “Numeric Array” is the Matrix
    “Commander” is the Commando
    “Lovelace” is a Playboy magazine
    “The Minor” is the Hobbit, or There and Back Again
    “Dashing Maxim” is the Mad Max 2, the Road Warrior
    “Leonid” is Léon (The Professional)
    “Contact” is the E.T.
    “Criminal fiction” is the Pulp Fiction
    “The Samsonovs” is the Simpsons, 23 seasons
    “Good Morning, Port Arthur!” is Good Morning, Vietnam
    “Home Barber…” is the The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    “Fatal fight of the Rozovs spouses” is the War of the Roses

  2. Wideorange says:

    “Numeric array” is “Matrix”, man.

  3. Wideorange says:

    Commander = Commando
    Iron Gendarme = Robocop
    Mosquitto = The Fly
    Health of a fine fellow = Men’s health
    Anthracite knight = Batman, Dark Knight

  4. Test Rest says:

    I cannot believe you made such translations for some of the movie names!
    “Coffee and cigarettes”.
    “The war of the Roses”.

    It worth to watch movies as well :-)

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