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Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

I'm not talking about your favorite film. I'm talking about cinematography alone. What's the most visually stunning film you've ever seen? One that you knew took a considerable amount of time, dedication, and hard work on the part of the film's director and director of photography.

Raging Bull is my pick. What's yours?

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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

Suspiria (1977), Bride of Frankenstein, The Red Shoes (1948), and The Elephant Man come to mind.



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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

There's a lot of stuff that deserves to be mentioned here, but even in this subject it comes down to personal preference. In this case of techniques, grading, etc...

For me personally, you can't beat the works of Wong Kar-Wai.


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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

Tree of life.

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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

The Shining

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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

Bladerunner.

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Re: Which film had the best cinematography of all-time?

Lord of the Rings: Return of the King is up their in Modern Cinema.
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Can I say Coraline?

Yea, I'm saying Coraline
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