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Posters by Laszlito

Posters by Laszlito

Laszlito Kovacs has put together a couple nicely crafted posters for the categories Shary Shit and Nerds. Check out the new posters here.
New Blog Design

New Blog Design

We’ve updated the blog with a new fresh look based on the WordPress theme ‘Sight’ by WPShower. See the new look here.
Poster prints available

Poster prints available

Support WMSIWT by getting a poster of your favorite category. Each poster is hand-drawn, printed on high quality German Etching paper, and signed by the artist. Check out the posters here.
Latest entries
The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie

An imaginative, reverential, and hilarious homage to the most perfect toy ever created.
The Crash Reel

The Crash Reel

A horrible snowboard crash leaves Kevin Pearce fighting to get back on his feet and in the pipe.
Captain Phillips

Captain Phillips

Based on the true story of Captain Phillips and the hijacking of a US cargo ship by Somali fisherman turned pirates.          
Fruitvale Station

Fruitvale Station

In his directorial debut, Ryan Coogler does an amazing job portraying a young man struggling to pull his life together only to have it tragically cut short.  
Mission Impossible III

Mission Impossible III

This oft-overlooked member of the M:I franchise was J.J. Abrams’ directorial debut. It features probably the most humanistic take on Ethan Hunt’s character, two great action set pieces, and a creepily confident villain performance from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Her

Her

Touching and thought-provoking; it’s a good conversation-starter. The production design, though understated, is the unsung hero of this film.
The Master

The Master

A collection of characters with loose screws following a man who seems like he has all the answers. One of many killer performances by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street

Probably the funniest Scorsese movie I’ve ever seen. The cast is so good all across the board, it’s impossible to pick a standout performance. ProTip: Don’t see this with your mom.
Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club

A Texas asshole gets AIDS, then decides to take on the FDA. McConaughey and especially Jared Leto are both on fire here, with very different but equally impressive performances.
All is Lost

All is Lost

A resourceful sailor, lost at sea after his boat is struck by a wayward shipping container.
Thelma and Louise

Thelma and Louise

A waitress and a housewife on the road and on the run.    
Blue Jasmine

Blue Jasmine

Cate Blanchett does an amazing job playing the troubled socialite in one of Woody Allen’s better films as of late.