Starting tonight, The Rolling Road Show by Levi’s and Alamo Drafthouse celebrates the “We Are All Workers” Tour by rolling out a bunch of free movie screenings all over the country featuring such films as Dirty Harry, On The Waterfront, Jackie Brown, Rocky, There Will Be Blood, The Blues Brothers, Convoy/Red Dawn, The Godfather Part 2, and Robocop…So check your local listings!
I’m usually not a big fan of re-imagined, hipster movie posters — but while looking up artwork on Wes Anderson, I discovered the minimalist marvels of Toronto-based designer, Ibraheem Youssef, who has garnered quite a following on SlashFilm and the like…and deservedly so!
Master autuer, Quentin Tarantino, not only reinvented action movies with his trademark funny/violent fight scenes as well as recharged the careers of John Travolta and Pam Grier — he also re-established the artful marketing of character posters with Jackie Brown. And many more movies like Pearl Harbor and The Hangover have since jumped on the bandwagon.
Pam Grier was the queen of 70’s blaxploitation movies — and seemed stuck there in cinematic history — until Quentin Tarantino rejuvenated her career in 1997 with Jackie Brown (which had one of the coolest opening credit sequences ever right here).
And now Miss Foxy has pulled out the big guns with a new book!