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10/10 can't stop looking
Is the PPK butt balanced for the pressure of three fingers? He's one inch too low.
Sadly, I’m no Senor Lazar.
No point in going off half cocked.
I like your thinking, @hokey398.
This is awesome.
Incase you missed it, my idea of this movie should've been a Bond 25 although it is unrelated to the upcoming 007 film, the film's composer would've been John Carpenter and Thomas Newman.
This is based on a poster from another film. Name it and you'll earn... a sense of pride and achievement.
Do I get the prize?
It's not a Bond film, by the way.
Nice, especially the Skyfall cover. B-)
No. There's a similarity, though. And that film has a connection with the film I based the poster on.
(Seems on the spur of the moment I inspired an impromptu guessing game!)
Is the poster it's based on in black and white?
The photos are in B&W but there is red text. It's pretty much like this poster. The original is a very cool poster whose main conceit I thought could be recreated nicely for OHMSS.
A brilliant French crime thriller with the legendary Alain Delon and other French icons like Jean Gabin and Lino Ventura. Masterful soundtrack by Ennio Morricone too.
Great work to combine this excellent European classic with one of, if not the, classiest British film of them all. Excellent stuff!
B&W with red text? That complicates things. I just found out which film I was thinking of – Ocean's 11 (1960). Not three columns of course, but this was the one I was thinking of.
The only B&W movie poster with red text I can think of at the moment, is this Casablanca one…
Edit: just read @GoldenGun 's comment. Great work recreating the same design with OHMSS!