Best Shots of the Decade: 2016

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. Onward to 2016!

Previous posts: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Moonlight 

La La Land


Captain America: Civil War

Green Room

Arrival

Loving

The Handmaiden

Midnight Special

Jackie

Hell or High Water

The Neon Demon

Okay, there are a few other shots from The Handmaiden I'd choose first but all of them would get me slapped with a content advisory on Blogger.

Comments

  1. Some very nice shots. Love Moonlight

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  2. 10 amazing films, The Handmaiden for me is the best film of that year with Moonlight as a close 2nd.

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    1. Thank you for reading! I'm due for a re-watch of The Handmaiden.

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  3. Oh my god! I love that shot from Captain America: Civil War!

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  4. The Handmaiden! <3 So many amazing shots in this one

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  5. That Civil War scene was amazing, and the movie is one of my all-time Marvel favorites!
    Also, love that you included Handmaiden, one of my all time favorites, too!

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    1. Same! Civil War is still my favorite of the MCU movies.

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  6. If La La Land ever gets a re-run at cinemas I'm in, the colors and music are special, even if the love story didn't totally win me over on first watch.

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    1. I liked La La Land better on the second watch as well. I think it's because it was so heavily hyped that when I saw it and just liked but didn't love it, I was disappointed. It was still one of my favorites but I appreciate it more now.

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  7. Yes at those La La Land and Civil War shots!

    And yes at the nod to The Neon Demon. Hell, you could pick just about any frame from that movie and you wouldn't be wrong. ;)

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  8. I thought Jackie's cinematography was one of its strongest assets. Great call there. Also love the look of The Neon Demon.

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    1. Jackie overall was such a wonderful movie and I wish Natalie Portman would've won for it.

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