In celebration of a full century of their making movies, Paramount Pictures commissioned Gallery1988 to put together a limited edition poster to "chronicle some of their greatest films of all-time." In response, Gallery1988 made the below image, which wows as both an stylishly-iconographic representation of 100 years of film and a bold declaration that G.I. Joe, Crocodile Dundee, and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider are some of the studio's greatest films of all-time. Never forget.
Name them all to feel something nearing accomplishment!
(via, thanks to Geekologie)
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