At its best, film can be incredibly inspiring; E.T. evokes a sense of childhood wonder, Philadelphia led to greater awareness of the AIDS epidemic, and Weekend at Bernie's empowered all the dead people out there to not let that stop them from throwing the best pool parties ever. For sweet gear inspired by movies, check the Film School collections, from STPL. These streetwearists turned retailers/creative consultants turn out two lines of gear: a more fashion-y eponymous one, and another that only does graphic tees (plus a few ball caps) called "Staple", both of which have just dropped warmer-weather duds inspired by "a deep dive at the art of film making", and tagged with the proverbial saying "Silence is Golden", to which the only appropriate response is "I can't hear (A)u". This stuff gets two thumbs up: Scott Hooded Jacket: This 100% cotton zip-fronted number is heavy on pockets (four on the front, one on each sleeve) all secured with "snap buttons", a task they totally have The Power to perform. West Button-down: Because a Kanye West button-down would never have let them finish it, this outdoorsy short-sleever boasts a single chest pocket and a shoulder detail featuring an old-timey shotgun. Dragon Tee: One of a series from Staple all decked with film stills printed with the exact timestamp they're found in flicks ranging from The Professional to Ghost Dog, also what Randy Jackson says if you ask him what his fave Patrick Swayze movie is, other than Roadhouse. There's tons of other stuff as well, including gam-coverage via denim and camo chinos; the aforementioned lids arted with their signature pigeon logo; and still more tees repping movies like one that reads "There Will Be Blood"...though, honestly, you're already dealing with dead people, so it's not that big a deal.