Money Movies

Contest Info

  • Started: 10/6/2008 17:00
  • Ended: 10/9/2008 18:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 42
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Money Movies
Contest Directions: American and international markets are free-falling today. To cheer things up, we are going to have some fun with currency today. Let's have another twist to our contest Money Celebrities that was mega-popular with magazines, sites and blogs. This time we are going to show that, just like celebrities, movies are 'so money'.
In your entries you should include a folded banknote (of any country) so that the person depicted on the banknote is merged with some character from a movie source (movie poster, or movie scene) of your choice, similar how it's done in this example. The movie character can be a human, animal, robot, or any other movie character from a movie of your choice. Please mention either in your entry title or creator's comments what currency and what movie you are using.

Contest Info

    • Started: 10/6/2008 17:00
    • Ended: 10/9/2008 18:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 42
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
42 pictures
  • Abe Lincoln in National Treasure

    Abe Lincoln in National Treasure
  • Clockwork Orange Money

    Clockwork Orange Money
  • USA Ten Dollar Bill Zorro

    USA Ten Dollar Bill Zorro
  • Get Smart Money

    Get Smart Money
  • Mad Money DVD

    Mad Money DVD
  • General Grant in 300 Movie

    General Grant in 300 Movie
  • 50 Cent George Washington

    50 Cent George Washington
  • Mini Me Money

    Mini Me Money
  • Fun With Dick and Jane Money

    Fun With Dick and Jane Money
  • Sandra Bullock & Australian Money

    Sandra Bullock & Australian Money
42 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Two types of money exist: * Commodity (of full value); * Representative money. Commodity money: Money, the principal value of which corresponds to the cost of metal, from which the money is made. Representative Money (the substitute of commodity money): Money, where the principal value of which is more than the commodity money. Metallic token coins and paper tokens belong to representative money. Paper and credit money also exist: Paper money: the standard of deferred payments and circulating medium. Credit money: Credit money, basically, is a standard of deferred payments. Credit money appears when a sale-purchase is accomplished in installments i.e. in credit. Credit money had undergone the following development: * Bill A letter of debt liability, granting the right to the bearer to demand the payment of money upon the term of expiry of the bill from the debtor; * Banknote Perpetual debenture, issued by the issuing bank of the country; Banknotes are the national money in all the territories of the state; * Cheque - a monetary document of established shape, containing an unconditional order of the owner of the account in a credit institution about a payment of a specified sum to its bearer; * Electronic money appeared as a result of scientific and technical progress and development in computer technology; * Credit cards a personalized monetary document, issued by the credit institution, which certifies the availability of a client's account in this establishment and grants the right to procure goods and services in the retail trading network without cash payment. Currency circulation: Replacing the form of value (goods for money, money for goods), money is in constant circulation between three subjects: individuals, business entities and public authorities. The circulation of money when the three subjects perform their functions in cash and non-cash forms represents currency circulation. Currency circulation is done in two forms: cash and cashless. Cash currency circulation: The circulation of cash money in the sphere of circulation and performing two functions (standard of deferred payments and circulation medium). Cash is used: * For the circulation of goods and services; * For calculations, which are not connected directly with the circulation of goods and services; The cash currency circulation includes the circulation of all the cash currency mass for a certain period of time between the population and legal bodies, between individuals, between legal bodies, between the population and federal bodies and between legal bodies and federal bodies. The cash currency circulation is done by means of various types of money: banknotes, metal coins, other credit tools (bills, bank drafts, cheques, credit cards). Cashless circulation: The circulation of value without participation of cash: the transfer of money resources as per accounts of credit institutions, offset in mutual requirements. Non-cash circulation is done by means of cheques, bills, credit cards and other credit tools. Cashless currency circulation covers calculations between: * Enterprises, establishments and organizations of different ownership patterns, having accounts in credit institutions; * Legal bodies and credit institutions on reception and return of credit; * Legal bodies and the population for payment of wages and payoffs; * Physical and legal bodies with the state treasury for payment of taxes, dues and other obligatory payments and also receiving budgetary funds.