The Best Shots of the Decade: 2011

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 in 2011. 

Shame (2011)

Pariah:

The Descendants

Drive

Take Shelter

We Need To Talk About Kevin

Martha Marcy May Marlene

Like Crazy

Midnight in Paris


Hanna


BONUS
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II (2011)
 okay this is because I'm a shameless Romione shipper but I FINALLY got to visualize this kiss even if it was poorly staged. DON'T JUDGE ME.
#idowhatiwant


Click here for my 2010 post

20 comments:

  1. I enjoy reading (well looking at) these decade posts. Especially how subjective they can be. That's great underwater acting in The Descendants. The ending of Midnight in Paris was my favorite part of the movie.

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    1. It annoys me so much Shailene Woodley got snubbed for an Oscar nomination with that performance. She was outstanding.

      I normally hate Woody Allen movies and don't even bother trying to watch them anymore, but Midnight in Paris was just gorgeous. Quite the anomaly.

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  2. Ah, I love all of those shots. Even the one in Deathly Hallows Pt. 2. It has more joy and life than those goddamn prequels that J.K. Lucas is creating.

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  3. Take Shelter is so good even though Chastain is in it, that ending was fantastic (especially the music)

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    1. I know! It's one of my favorite closing shots of all time.

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  4. I love that you mentioned "Take Shelter". I'm not sure if there is a more underrated movie this entire decade. The fact that Shannon didn't get an Oscar nomination still sets me on fire.

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    1. Oh I know, he was so good in this. It baffles me this film didn't get more attention.

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  5. I don't know what happened to me in 2011 but I've only seen 1 movie from these picks! (and your bonus of course, which is perfect).

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  6. Awesome post!!! I especially loved the We Need to Talk about Kevin clip!

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  7. The kiss between Ron and Hermione is so frustrating. There's so many angles David could've used from the behind-the-scenes footage, and he chose the one where their hands cover each other's faces. It's a great pick, but so frustrating. lol Another awesome post!

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    1. I was livid when I saw the BTS footage. If the camera was on the opposite side of them it would've looked so much better. I'm just glad he put it in the movie. You know Kloves' H/Hr loving ass didn't want to.

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  8. That Drive shot. So much going on in such a relatively simple scene and such a brief moment in time. I love it. :)

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    1. Drive was another hard one to choose a scene from. There were so many great shots.

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  9. This was such a good year for film. I love so many of these shots and am thrilled that great shot from Shame made the cut.

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    1. It was! Thank you so much for reading and commenting on all of my posts. ☺

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