Poster Madness Contest #10 - Dec 13, 2006 - Pursuit of Happyness and Good German

December 13, 2006

(Note: These contests have moved to every Wednesday instead of Sunday.) This week's poster giveaway in the Poster Madness Contest Series is for two great upcoming films with wonderful posters: The Pursuit of Happyness starring Will Smith and The Good German directed by Steven Soderbergh. The Pursuit of Happyness opens nationwide on December 15th, and The Good German opens limited on December 15th, wide on December 22nd.

We have 10 of The Pursuit of Happyness posters and 10 of The Good German posters to give out. Read on if you want to win one of these posters!

(Both are full size 27"x40" double-sided theater-grade high quality posters in new condition.)

Visit: The Pursuit of Happyness Official Website  |  The Good German Official Website

Thanks again to best poster site out there -!

Read on for rules and how to enter to win.

To Enter: Drop us an e-mail at with the name of the poster you want (you can only choose one or the other) and answer the following questions about the movie:

Why are you interested in this poster - why does it appeal to you?
Why are you excited to see the movie (if at all)?

Rules: North America entries only! I'm sorry for all international - if you can guarantee to PayPal the complete shipping cost, I will include your entry (North America does not need to do this).

Winners will be drawn at random from those who answer the questions appropriately.

Contest entries are accepted until Tuesday, December 19th at midnight!

Next Week: We Are Marshall and more!

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Hopfully you will be having a contest on the movie poster The Good Shepard, with like 10-15 to give away.

Clarence Wong on Dec 13, 2006


I hope you will be giving away some posters for "Letters From Iwo Jima" - it's such a beautiful poster!

Coop on Dec 15, 2006


Hi guys. Unfortunately those two were not on my list initially... but I can look into them. The Good Shepherd isn't an amazing poster I think. Only just half cut and with Damon's eyes, nothing more. And as wonderful as the Letters from Iwo Jima poster is, the movie has such a quiet release as of current that it's a lot harder to get them for something that no one knows is even out. Thanks for mentioning both and I'll see what I can do - stay tuned!

Alex Billington on Dec 16, 2006


Alex, on a post you said that you had a list of posters lined up to give away. You only mentioned a couple, but also said there was more to come. I wonder if you have any if at all of Little Children. I know it's a very small film and since it's playing in a criminal amount of theatres it makes it harder to obtain. I'd be great if you gave away a couple of them. The design is simple but unforgettable. P.S. I'm very stoked about contest #10 simply for The Good German. I hope I get lucky.

Leo on Dec 16, 2006


Cool site and a great idea. I LOVE movies, and I like to look at movie posters for the artistic content and advertising messages ... Hope I can add a poster to my wall from you sometime. I did see "Pursuit" over the weekend and thought it was a good film ... not great ... but definately good.

Chad Frey on Dec 19, 2006

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