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Great movies with bad posters

When the majority of your life is going well, it's quite easy to let one aspect fall by the wayside.

For us normals, that might mean failing to deal with a unibrow for far too long, if you're releasing a film however, it can mean letting a buffoon take control of poster design. Here are 25 examples of great films which have suffered bad posters.

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