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"Holes" is a 2003 American adventure comedy film directed by Andrew Davis and written by Louis Sachar, based on his novel of the same name, published in August 1998. Holes is a two-hour adventure starring Stanley Yelnats and based on Louis Sachar's best-selling book. The aim of this paper is to determine the poster's significance in the film "Holes," as well as how it varies from the word's symbolism in the film. For me, as a spectator, the movie poster has a lot of appeal. The characters' expressions convey the same feeling; they are very interested in the sense that they are searching under the ground for something that has piqued their interest. Next, the movie's title is in a good spot; it is written in the middle and is large enough that you can never forget it. Also, the poster is clearly taken from the ground, with the view facing the characters and the sky above. Maybe they are gazing at the gaps, as the title suggests, and have discovered something there that satisfies their curiosity. The film's genres were comedy and adventure. To be honest, the characters' gestures in the poster show that they are
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Unformatted text preview:and adventure. To be honest, the characters' gestures in the poster show that they are unfamiliar with something that makes them stupid, which gives it a comedic feel. In addition, the characters are mostly children or teenagers who can be a group of friends. The poster has a decent shot and color selection; it is neither too dark nor too light. Overall, it has a pleasing appearance and provides a sense of security when viewing it. It's great that the expressions match the viewer's mood, and it's the viewers' curiosity that persuades them to watch. Overall, the posters can aid in capturing the attention of potential movie viewers and attracting them to the film's intended audience or intent. By simply looking at it, it can provide a glimpse of the plot. I admire the poster designer's work, because it perfectly matches the characters' expressions and the story itself.