Gear that pays tribute to your favorite flicks is generally limited to loud, annoying displays, like Vote for Pedro, or Coke for Pacino. Pay homage classy-like, with Cinematique glasses & shades
Out of you-guessed-it Hungary, Cinematique literally splices 35mm frames of celluloid and bonds them to a hand-crafted and richly varied line of frames; all films hail from after '89, when communism fell, and Driving Miss Daisy taught Hungarians more about freedom than they'd ever known. The frames, bridges, and earpieces are solid acetate (in varying colors), but the stainless steel temples house translucent frames from movies ranging from obscure foreign stuff (Vadászat Angolokra, Les Visiteurs), to gems of adolescence (Karate Kid III, Tremors, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead), to your two all-time favorite romcoms: Failure to Launch and The Break-Up. As for the seven distinct styles, some are understated (the clean and boxy Chaplin in black/clear/tortoise), some louder (the Scorsese-esque Bunuels in "havannah" and silver), and others downright wacky, like the Kubrick: wavy-templed and butterfly-framed, it comes only in gold, perhaps a tribute to Stanley's lone Oscar, "Visual Effects"
There's also a handful of ultra-unique, clear "cellulose acetate" models, which come embedded with shredded bits of 16mm, certain to intoxicate anyone not already revolted by your t-shirt's message, Mess with the Zohan.