Best Shots of the Decade: 2015

This month, I wanted to start sharing "Decade" posts celebrating the 2010's. It's extra fitting that this year is the 10 anniversary of Rambling Film. I decided to split up each year, with 10 gifs from 10 different films. Here are some shots that stood out to me.  to 2015!

Previous posts: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 


Mad Max: Fury Road

Sicario

Carol

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Crimson Peak

Brooklyn

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Ex Machina

The Martian

It Follows

Note: I must have been in a red/orange/yellow phase this year. 

Comments

  1. Every single one of these is so great! What a year. I think I forgot. Love Age of Ultron, especially her.

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    1. Age of Ultron is underrated, it had some amazing shots in it. My girl Wanda's is my fav though.

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  2. Ah, love that shot of Wanda and YES! Much love to Crimson Peak.

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    1. So many great ones in that movie but the dances reigns supreme.

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  4. I love this! I love all of the ones I've seen (only haven't seen is Carol - whoops).

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    1. I didn't care for Carol the movie (or the book) but I can't deny it's a beautifully made film.

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  5. Yaaaaaaas! There's only 1 here I haven't seen. I couldn't find many positive reviews for Crimson Peak but I've always been tempted to watch it anyway.

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    1. It's not great but it's absolutely beautiful. It's fine, especially for a DVD watch.

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  6. Lots of great ones in this batch especially. And that Mad Max one is again another classic. :)

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  7. I love that sequence from Sicario so much. I'm really looking forward to Deakins winning another Oscar this year :)

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    1. He deserves it. 1917 was gorgeous and I threw such a fit that he didn't win for Sicario. lol

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