Best Shots of the Decade: 2017

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 2017!


The Last Jedi (2017)

Thor: Ragnarok

Columbus

War for the Planet of the Apes

Raw

Ingrid Goes West

Get Out

Lady Bird

It

Logan

Mudbound

Wonder Woman

Blade Runner 2049 

Yes, you just scrolled past more than 10 gifs. 2017 was a lot harder to narrow down than all the other years, so I went a little overboard.

19 comments:

  1. Love some of these shots. You pick good ones here

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  2. Yey for Logan and Wonder Woman! i have a feeling the sequel will look ever better...for many reasons :)

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  3. With the exception of Mudbound, Ingrid Goes West, and Columbus (only because I haven't seen them), I totally agree with these picks. Especially Ragnarok as that is an iconic shot as it is a great example of how to use the music of Led Zeppelin correctly.

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    1. YES! I loved how they used that Led Zeppelin song in that scene. It's easily one of my favorite Marvel shots, ever.

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  4. I didn't love the story in BR2049 and I found Gosling's character a bore but the movie had great visuals and Deakins deserved his oscar win.

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    1. Deakins was so overdue for an Oscar it was sad. That should've been his 5th.

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  5. So many awesome shots - The Last Jedi, It, Logan, Wonder Woman, Get Out, BR 2049.

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    1. And Thor: Ragnarok too - that was my only favorite part of the whole movie. lol

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    2. Mine too, when the music started playing I laughed so hard. It was perfect.

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  6. That Wonder Woman shot. Heck, that whole scene is an easy contender for best action sequence of the decade. Again, iconic.

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    1. I almost cried when watching it. It was just so powerful and to see a woman finally in a scene like that was just so overwhelming for me.

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  7. Some love for Raw, yes! I need to watch that movie again, that thing was bonkers and I loved it.

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    1. It was and it felt like it went so far under the radar.

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