PowerPoint Presentation: The Symbolic Code has been clearly used with e ach of the products for Captain America: The First Avenger . Either the protagonist’s shield or colours from the American flag are evident. Moreover, a steel texture and silver colour for the title is clearly a house style with the film. Overall, an effective combination.
PowerPoint Presentation: Each of the products combine primarily on the recursion of the colour black, as the connotations of darkness are a major theme of the theme. The movie poster and Empire magazine poster differentiate with images yet still retain the core theme of evil. Furthermore, the images of both the poster and magazine feature combine perfectly with the theatrical trailer.
PowerPoint Presentation: The film poster and theatrical trailer keep precisely with the theme of spaghetti westerns that Tarantino decided to adopt. The magazine feature, however, doesn’t keep exactly to the surrealistic and cartoony feel of the poster and trailer but instead has a gritty feel with the rough textured background and messy titles with Brad Pitt standing out as the main image.
PowerPoint Presentation: The film poster, theatrical trailer and magazine feature all combine sufficiently by the use of bold titles and a recursion of the colour red. Many of the shots and images for the texts suggest violence and the magazine feature even goes on to suggest gore with the Empire title having a blood splatter effect. In conclusion, each of the products combine on use of colour, titles and primary themes.
PowerPoint Presentation: The film poster and theatrical trailer combine exactly with the dark contrast and brightness. Images of dark clouds or also evident, along with a recursion of fire, seemingly foreshadowing events in the film. The magazine feature, however, is quite unlike the other products. Firstly, the background is lighter yet still contains clouds and secondly, glass surrounds the base image. As the film was usually advertised as being dark it’s strange the magazine feature doesn’t carry this theme.