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Textual Analysis of  ‘The Minority Report’ Film Poster
The Poster
The Title Block The title block isn’t very big in comparison to the actors’ name, this suggests the actor is more importan...
The Key Art (Central Image) The image of Tom cruise is the main attraction of the poster and it is the only image on the p...
The Stars’ Credits Having the actors’ name (Tom Cruise) at the top of the poster is a very  popular place to put it, espec...
The Tag Line The tag line ‘Everybody Runs’ links in with the key art as Tom Cruise appears to be running. It is also an en...
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Textual Analysis Of ‘The Minority Report’

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Textual Analysis Of ‘The Minority Report’

  1. 1. Textual Analysis of ‘The Minority Report’ Film Poster
  2. 2. The Poster
  3. 3. The Title Block The title block isn’t very big in comparison to the actors’ name, this suggests the actor is more important than the name of the film. Having Tom Cruise in the film is a USP as he is a well established actor. The title may also be smaller as the ‘Minority Report’ is Tom Cruise’s typical genre. ‘ A Steven Spielberg film’ is mentioned about the film title. Spielberg is a well known director of blockbuster films, this assure the reader that the film will be of a high quality.
  4. 4. The Key Art (Central Image) The image of Tom cruise is the main attraction of the poster and it is the only image on the poster and takes up most of the room.
  5. 5. The Stars’ Credits Having the actors’ name (Tom Cruise) at the top of the poster is a very popular place to put it, especially if they are an extremely admired and established actor or actress as Tom Cruise. With the name being a large font and at the top of the poster, this immediately draws the attention to it.
  6. 6. The Tag Line The tag line ‘Everybody Runs’ links in with the key art as Tom Cruise appears to be running. It is also an enigma for the film to follow as it questions why everybody could be running, to where, and from who?

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