The art in this category is typical of movie artwork from the 90’s forward, using colorful or emotionally charged scenes that attempt to convey the mood and appeal of the film they represent. The actress poster for the movie “Frankie and Johnny” shows Michelle and Al Pacino obviously in love but expressing the inner turmoil brought on by the circumstances of their meeting, informing the viewer what the plot of the film will be focused on. Also common with this type of art is the use of typeface for the title of the movie that both draws attention and matches the font used in previous advertisements. The leading characters are usually depicted on these movie posters to inform potential viewers of who will be starring in the film, and also to use their popularity (if they have any) to attract customers.
This type of film art is popular with both fans of Michelle herself and people who enjoy one or more of the films she appeared in. It is often used as a tribute to the actress or film, but can be used as part of a larger theme such as motion pictures or pop culture from the 90’s.