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    I don’t know if somebody else has already started a thread on this category yet, but I thought I’d give it a go. What would you say have been your 10 favorite Oscar nominees for Best Cinematography of this decade (so far). Mine are…

    Arrival
    Birdman
    Gravity
    Hugo
    Inception
    La La Land
    Life of Pi
    Lincoln
    The Revenant
    The Shape of Water

    Honorable Mentions: Dunkirk; The King’s Speech; War Horse

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    jasonface
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    Black Swan
    Blade Runner 2049
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    Moonlight
    The Revenant
    Sicario
    Silence
    Skyfall
    The Social Network
    The Tree of Life

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    Carol
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    The Grandmaster
    The Hateful Eight
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Mad Max: Fury Road
    Mr. Turner
    Silence
    The Tree of Life

    I really only enjoy these 9, and I’m not exactly over the moon for The Hateful Eight.

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    Alex Meyer
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    1. The Tree Of Life
    2. The Revenant
    3. Dunkirk
    4. Hugo
    5. Mudbound
    6. Gravity
    7. La La Land
    8. The Grand Budapest Hotel
    9. Arrival
    10. Life Of Pi

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    LaChienne
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    Blade Runner 2049
    Dunkirk
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Ida
    Nebraska
    The Revenant
    Sicario
    Skyfall
    True Grit

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    Marco B.
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    The Social Network
    The Tree of Life
    The Grandmaster
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Nebraska
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Ida
    Mr Turner
    Carol
    Silence

    these are the ones that stand out to me

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    Carol
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    The Grandmaster
    The Hateful Eight
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Mad Max: Fury Road
    Mr. Turner
    Silence
    The Tree of Life

    I really only enjoy these 9, and I’m not exactly over the moon for The Hateful Eight.

    Just noticed, almost the same as mine

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    Arrival
    Black Swan
    Carol
    Moonlight
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    The Hateful Eight
    The Revenant
    The Social Network
    The Tree of Life

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    “The Artist” (Guillaume Schiffman)
    “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (Ben Richardson)
    “Blade Runner 2049” (Roger A. Deakins)
    “Carol” (Edward Lachman)
    “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (Robert Yeoman)
    “Life of Pi” (Claudio Miranda)
    “Lion” (Greig Fraser)
    “Mad Max: Fury Road” (John Seale)
    “Moonlight” (James Laxton)
    “The Social Network” (Jeff Cronenweth)

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    Carol The Grand Budapest Hotel The Grandmaster The Hateful Eight Inside Llewyn Davis Mad Max: Fury Road Mr. Turner Silence The Tree of Life I really only enjoy these 9, and I’m not exactly over the moon for The Hateful Eight.

    Just noticed, almost the same as mine

    Great minds think alike, I suppose! I almost included Ida in my list, and then I remembered how thoroughly disappointed I was with the film, and I could not bring myself to type it. Good cinematography is good cinematography; but then again, it’s hard to shake a grudge.

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    I appreciate that they go out of their way to choose at least one inspired choice each year that may not be part of the larger conversation, even if those choices don’t usually win.


    10. The Grandmaster (Philippe Le Sourd)


    9. Sicario (Roger Deakins)


    8. Mudbound (Rachel Morrison)


    7. Black Swan (Matthew Libatique)


    6. Moonlight (James Laxton)


    5. Inside Llewyn Davis (Bruno Delbonnel)


    4. Mr. Turner (Dick Pope)


    3. The Tree of Life (Emmanuel Lubezki)


    2. Ida (Ryszard Lenczewski & Lukasz Zal)


    1. Carol (Edward Lachman)

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    1.The Tree of Life
    2.Silence
    3.The Grand Budapest Hotel
    4.Nebraska
    5.Madmax:FuryRoad
    6.La la land
    7.Arrival
    8.Inception
    9.Skyfall
    10.The Revenant

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    Larry Young
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    1. Nebraska
    2. Carol
    3. Anna Karenina
    4. Sicario
    5. Mudbound
    6. The Revenant
    7. Moonlight
    8. Dunkirk
    9. Tree of Life
    10. Arrival

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