35 Greatest Movie Title Cards

Coolest openers...

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    • moitsmostar

      Aug 28th 2013, 8:54

      Pulp Fiction and The Fugitive title cards should be on this list.

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    • DaveyMay

      Aug 28th 2013, 11:36

      The Exorcist???

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    • Gashead

      Aug 28th 2013, 12:43

      Drive? Come'on!

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    • SiMan

      Aug 28th 2013, 13:11

      Good shout with the number one spot. I also like how the 'Back' comes on screen from right to left, as if its going backwards, and the rest goes forwards. I'd have included a couple of Arnie films on here too though; True Lies has a pretty good one i thought, and for some reason i always liked the subtley of the Predator one - doesn't look like a typical scf-fi action film. But the best one has to be the original Terminator - the full opening credits are shown over the silhouette of the letters making up 'The Terminator'.

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    • thejonner

      Aug 28th 2013, 18:01

      I love the opening titles to Cronenberg's Crash far more than I like the actual film. Either version of The Thing ought to be in with a shout, too. How about Delicatessen, too? God, there's hundreds...

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    • thejonner

      Aug 28th 2013, 18:05

      Think I misunderstood this article, now I think about it. Never mind.

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    • danjensen

      Aug 28th 2013, 22:27

      Really surprised that Napoleon Dynamite didn't make the list! Was thinking Panic Room might make an appearance, too.

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    • BiDDY

      Aug 28th 2013, 23:11

      BTTF for the win!!!

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    • poon03

      Aug 29th 2013, 2:09

      RESERVOIR DOGS?

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    • flowergun

      Aug 29th 2013, 15:51

      Funny Games surely?

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    • jman500

      Aug 29th 2013, 21:34

      cool list

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    • Hadouken76

      Aug 30th 2013, 15:21

      Star Wars should be no.1. That first blast of John Williams' fanfare sets the fantasy / fairytale tone immediatly.

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    • kmcryer

      Aug 31st 2013, 2:29

      "Catch Me If You Can" should really be on this list. The font and animation were perfect throwbacks to the film's '60s period.

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    • julianchan

      Sep 1st 2013, 12:48

      So many missing - From Russia With Love, The Man with the Golden Arm (or any Saul Bass card), Panic Room, Catch Me if You Can, Se7en ... etc etc

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    • naomiholmes

      Sep 6th 2013, 12:43

      ...What about Funny Games?

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    • Filmsrock

      Oct 1st 2013, 16:36

      Good: Spring Breakers. Bad: Toy Story, Paranorman and Indy 2. And where was Shaun of the Dead and Cloverfield?

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