ByJonathan J Moya, writer at Creators.co
Movie loving owner of a fashion boutique.
Jonathan J Moya

There are plenty of bad movies that have spoiled my expectations of them. I just live with those. There are going to be times when a movie is just going to rob you of two hours of your life. You know what makes up for them? All the great movies I will see that seem too short.

Great movies can survive being spoiled. At least that is the premise of these posters by Dawid Fratczak.

Fratzczak wants, like all good movie buffs, for Hollywood to make films so good that they survive a spoiler review-- make movies so deep and satisfying that new things and new meanings are revealed with each viewing.

Great movies are good enough to play forever fresh in one's mind and live deeply in one's soul.

To see more of Dawid Fratczak's work go to his Behance page.

Star Wars (Darth is Luke's old man)

300 (299 will die)

127 Hours (He cuts his arm after 127 Hours)

American History X (Black kid killed main character in the toilet)

Donnie Darko (Donnie Darko will die in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds)

Kill Bill Volume 2 (The five point palm exploding heart technique - ultimate weapon to Kill Bill)

The Number 23 (Main character wrote The Number 23 book)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (One does not simply survive to the end of the movie R.I.P Boromir)

A Beautiful Mind (His friends are all a part of his Beautiful Mind)

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