Lord! Look at the cheekbones on that thing! You could grate cheese on those. Evil cheese!
BAFTA in association with the BFI have just launched their second series of lectures from super famous screenwriters. Whether you want to write movies or you just like watching them, there’s no excuse to miss this inspiring lecture series. And there’s movie clips too, in case you get bored of all the yacking.
Considering the amount of time, effort and money the big bad beasties of Hollywood have to put together a stunning window into the house of their creation, there’s no excuse for a bad poster. And as our nursery school teacher always told us, abject humiliation is the only way people learn. So here, for your viewing pleasure, is our pick of the top ten worst movie posters of all time.
Sally Hawkins can’t help but melt hearts in Made In Dagenham, a forgivably fluffy account of the women’s Ford strikes in 1968. Mixing fact and fiction with a dollop British good humour, its an uplifting yarn that restores your faith in the human capacity for justice. Well, the women-human capacity, anyway.