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    1. Gravity
    2. Blade Runner 2049
    3. La La Land
    4. 1917
    5. The Revenant
    6. Inception
    7. Birdman
    8. Roma
    9. Hugo
    10. Life of Pi

    Gravity is the best in my opinion because it basically combines the strengths of all the other winners: beautiful shots, long takes, unusual camera work, great VFX cinematography.

    Blade Runner and La La Land are pure cinematography porn lol. The Revenant is cinematography porn too but it’s tiring sometimes, which is why I still prefer BR 2049 and LLL over it.

    Of the single take gimmicks, I think 1917 was the most impressive and beautiful. Birdman doesn’t have many memorable sequences imo.

    Inception surreal visuals and inventive action sequences are incredible. Much deserving.

    I’m not a fan of the Roma win. It’s beautiful, but it doesn’t have much to show besides being in black and white, and it didn’t even have best B&W cinematography that year (that was Cold War).

    I’m not a fan of Hugo and Life of Pi wins either. They don’t have much to show besides the CGI heavy shots. I give Hugo the edge because Life of Pi is pretty bland visually during the initial sequences.

    I’d rank Nomadland below Inception and above Birdman.

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    1. 1917
    2. ROMA
    3. Blade Runner 2049
    4. Gravity
    5. La la land
    6. Birdman
    7. Life of Pi
    8. The Revenant
    9. Inception
    10. Hugo

    God I love the first 3 so much.

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    1. Blade Runner 2049
    2. La La Land
    3. 1917
    4. The Revenant
    5. Birdman
    6. Inception
    7. Gravity
    8. Life of Pi
    9. Roma
    10. Hugo

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    1. Blade Runner 2049
    2. The Revenant
    3. La La Land
    4. 1917
    5. Gravity
    6. Inception
    7. Roma
    8. Life of Pi
    9. Hugo
    10. Birdman

     

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    1. La La Land
    2. Blade Runner 2049
    3. 1917
    4. Gravity
    5. Birdman
    6. Inception
    7. Roma
    8. The Revenant
    9. Life of Pi
    10. Hugo

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    1. The Revenant

    2. Blade Runner 2049

    3. Roma

    4. La La Land

    5. Birdman

    6. 1917

    7. Inception

    8. Gravity

    9. Life of Pi

    10. Hugo

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    Blade Runner 2049
    Roma
    Inception
    1917
    Life of Pi
    The Revenant
    Gravity
    La La Land
    Birdman
    Hugo

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    1. The Revenant
    2. Roma
    3. Blade Runner 2049
    4. Birdman
    5. Life of Pi
    6. 1917
    7. Gravity
    8. La La Land
    9. Inception
    10. Hugo

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    Cinematography in Silence >>>>>>> Half of Cinematography winners of this decade

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    1. The Revenant
    2. La La Land
    3. Gravity
    4. Roma
    5. 1917
    6. Blade Runner 2049
    7. Birdman
    8. Life of Pi
    9. Inception
    10. Hugo

    FYC Emmys: Ted Lasso (all categories), Wandavision (all categories), The Mandalorian (Best Drama Series), Mythic Quest (Best Comedy Series), Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You), Alan Tudyk (Resident Alien), Antony Starr (The Boys), Daniel Brühl (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier), Ethan Hawke (The Good Lord Bird), Invincible (Animated Program)

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    Wow, okay, allow me to be the champion of Hugo. The lone winner of competent photography this past decade lol. I guess Roma is technically competent, it’s just not as exciting as the former.

    Hugo
    Roma
    Life of Pi
    La La Land
    Blade Runner 2049
    Gravity
    Inception
    1917
    Birdman
    The Revenant

    This category deserves so much better than the winners (and nominees!) it gets. Just picking from nominees, we could have had The Tree of Life, Inside Llewyn Davis, Mr. Turner, Carol, Silence, and The Irishman all as winners.

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    Had “The Tree of Life” won it would have been my number 1.

    1. The Revenant
    2. Roma
    3. Birdman
    4. Life of Pi
    5. Hugo
    6. Blade Runner 2049
    7. 1917
    8. Gravity
    9. La La Land
    10. Inception

    Some great cinematography in the nominees:
    The Tree of Life, Ida, Cold War, Mr. Turner, Carol, The Lighthouse, Mad Max, Skyfall, Inside Llewyn Davis, The Favourite, etc.

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    1. Alfonso Cuarón, “Roma” (2018)
    2. Roger Deakins, “Blade Runner 2049” (2017)
    3. Emmanuel Lubezki, “Gravity” (2013)
    4. Claudio Miranda, “Life of Pi” (2012)
    5. Emmanuel Lubezki, “The Revenant” (2015)
    6. Roger Deakins, “1917” (2019)
    7. Emmanuel Lubezki, “Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance” (2014)
    8. Robert Richardson, “Hugo” (2011)
    9. Wally Pfister, “Inception” (2010)
    10. Linus Sandgren, “La La Land” (2016)

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    You mean the Best Movie Consisting of a Gimmicky One-Take Tracking Shot award?

    Seriously, they need to quit letting the entire Academy vote on the technical awards if they aren’t even going to bother understanding what the artform actually is.

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