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Old 08-26-2005, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Favorite Cinematography in a Movie

Any PT Anderson movie, just the way his movies are cut and flow are beauitful.

Jackie Brown

Requiem for a Dream

Trainspotting

and Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
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Old 08-26-2005, 06:47 PM   #2
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Oh jeez....I am going to have to think about this one...usually it is one of the first things I notice in a film.

Right now I'll go with:

The Ring
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picking one film is too difficult, but my favorite cinematographer is Sacha Vierny....pretty much anything he did with peter greenaway (especially Prospero's Books, the Baby of Macon, The Cook.., and Belly of an Architect).

as far as horror movies.....Tale of Two Sisters was a pretty good recent one......and argento flicks are usually solid.
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there's one that pops into my head immedeatly adn that is Brotherhood of the Wolf.
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picking one film is too difficult, but my favorite cinematographer is Sacha Vierny....pretty much anything he did with peter greenaway (especially Prospero's Books, the Baby of Macon, The Cook.., and Belly of an Architect).

as far as horror movies.....Tale of Two Sisters was a pretty good recent one......and argento flicks are usually solid.

Argento flicks always are guaranteed to have some kind of crazy camera work. I remember in Tenebrae the camera just moving in and out of this apartment complex through windows. Pretty amazing stuff for such low budget shit.
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As for a specific cinematographer i'd go with Dean Cundey.
His breadth of work is amazing.
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I like alot of Roger Deakin's work, Fargo bein' a favourite off the top of my head, as well as The Man Who Wasn't There... Peter Deming's work on Mulholland Dr is brilliant too...
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The Hitcher
John Carpenter's Vampires
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (So simple, it's very easy on the eyes)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake
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Best Director of Photography?

No question about it

Guillermo Navarro. He did The Devil's Backbone, Hellboy, Desperado, and plenty more.
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i'll 2nd suspiria & cook/thief/wife/lover..........

off the top of my head......
3rd man,house of flying daggers,
citizen kane,dorian gray,cold blood,exorcist,
french connection,i'm not scared,
city of lost children,barry lyndon,
mr. goodbar,raging bull,apocalypse now,
platoon,excalibur,and almost anything by hitchcock or
kurosawa..........
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