The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966)
Using a variety of texts reiterates the three sentiments within the title; good, bad and ugly.
The cartoon nature and colour of the typeface works in sync with the cartoon version of Olivia Newton-John.
Almost Famous (2000)
This hand written opening title is simple and effective and mirrors the nature of the film which centres around a young journalist.
The typography here works with the photo behind it; neither one is more over facing that the other and the simple blue text in capital letters spaced out allows the viewer to read the text and then be directed to the Polaroid photo.
O Brother Where Art Thou? (2000)
The typography here is reminiscent of the silent movie era and is a modern take on that.
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
The paper cut effect that presents Matt Damon is a subtle homage to 'The Man with the Golden Arm', and the movie's title uses a clever variety of words and typography to emphasize the themes of identity that are prevalent through the movie.
Blood For Dracula (1974)
The thin red typography here is reminiscent of art deco style typography and, most importantly, blood; in perfect keeping with the Dracula theme.
The Artist (2011)
Here, the opening credits mimic the look and feel of a late 1920s silent film.