Movies are motion pictures that stimulate, inspire, and treat everyday anxieties. Movie posters are portrait memoirs and invitations of the movie experience.

Hollywood (USA) is the cosmopolitan center of the movie universe, since America is multi-cultural in rhetoric, and the vast array of Hollywood (USA) movie posters forms an emoticon tapestry that characterizes social consciousness.

Movie posters echo humanity's curiosity about social self-visualization and artistic praises of self-idealization. Does this explain the appeal of Hollywood (USA) movies such as "The American" (2010), starring George Clooney, and "Primary Colors" (1998), starring John Travolta?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

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