What Oscar-Nominated Posters Should Really Say

Hey! Look at that, it’s almost Oscar night! This Sunday we will finally know what film wins the Best Picture statuette (Boyhood) instead of the one that truly deserves it (The Grand Budapest Hotel).

But rants aside (because I could spend hours writing about why Budapest is the best and most complete movie out of all the nominees), I want to share with you this funny thing some people from The Shiznit did. They modified the posters of the films nominated and wrote what we’re all actually thinking. Enjoy them and see you on Sunday! Hopefullly Rocket Racoon will present an award!

Bradley Cooper has to be there anyway, so he might as well do it!

 

American Sniper

american-sniper

 

 

Birdman

birdman

 

 

Boyhood

boyhood

 

 

Foxcatcher

foxcatcher

 

 

Fury

fury

 

 

Gone Girl

gone-girl

 

 

The Grand Budapest Hotel

grand-budapest

 

 

Interstellar

interstellar

 

The Imitation Game

imitation-game

 

 

Selma

 

 

selma

 

 

Whiplash

whiplash

 

 

The Theory of Everything

theory-of-everything

 

 

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3 thoughts on “What Oscar-Nominated Posters Should Really Say

  1. Those are really funny!

    I haven’t seen Boyhood, but the idea seems gimmicky. Once I got over the idea that it was filmed over 12 years, I thought, “To what end?”

  2. Interstellar’s is high-larious! These are all great….

    And I too agree Grand Budapest Hotel should win for Best Picture; tis Wes Anderson’s best film to date in my opinion. The script is flawless.

  3. Pingback: Honest Posters of 2016’s Oscar Nominees | Corleones & Lannisters

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