Scott Campbell recreates cinematic conflict on GreatShowdowns.com with his own personal style. Let's face it, every movie has a climax. Whether it’s the hero clashing against the enemy, or when everything falls apart and dramatic decisions need to be made! Every film has that moment where the confrontation of the good and the bad has you totally sucked in, making everything else in your life seem substantially unworthy to your attention.
Everything drawn -- whether it is living or an inanimate object -- has a big goofy smile and is as cute as a button. It’s perfect the way Campbell illustrates everyone’s interactions and manages to capture the showdowns effortlessly. Scott never reveals which movie he’s created, but usually adds a quote as a helpful hint. With roughly 350 pictures to browse through, he’ll have you up until 5:30 am everyday guessing which movies the images are from.
Is it Campbell’s goal to recreate every great showdown ever filmed on GreatShowdowns.com? Or is it to make you lose hours of sleep because you had to Google every quote you didn’t know? Only time will tell…
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