Well, there have been several times when this word movie might have crossed paths with your minds. Like for instance: 

Hey! There’s a good movie coming out this Friday. 

Would you like to watch it? Or even used at times by our beloved Tom Holland spider-man: Like… Mr.Stark, have you seen that old movie alines. 

The word movie has occurred for the past many years.

Eventually, we only have known that the movie is a presentation that gives us enjoyment as well as informs us what all is going on in the world through the power of stories… 

But eventually, we don’t know what movies really mean or their history. 

As we at Animated Times have decided to give fans some bits and pieces about the movie, don’t worry, guys. 

The movie, also known as film, moving picture, or a motion picture, is a visual-art form used to replicate circumstances that communicate stories, perceptions, ideas, beauty, feelings, or atmosphere through moving images. 

Therefore these images are typically accompanied by sound and sometimes with other stunning inputs. If we talk about the word “cinema,” which is the short world for cinematography, it is often referred to as movie-making and to the movie industry and the art form that is the result of it. 

Moving on, if we talk about the moving images of a film.

They are created by photographing real scenes with a motion-picture camera by either photographing drawings or small-scale models using the traditional animation techniques, by all means of computer animation and CGI, or even by a combo of some or all of these methods and other VFX.

Back in the olden days’ films were recorded onto the cinema movie stock with the help of a photochemical process and then showing the movie through the projection onto the big screen. 

Phew! 

There is a lot more about movies that can be found on the internet. 

Well talking about the film, there have been several movie shots that were literally Oscar-winning scenes.

But eventually, they never made it to the Oscar as there aren’t any awards for the best single image in a motion picture. 

Sounds amazing… 

Let’s hop into the list to find out what are our picks of movies that would’ve won the “best single shot in a motion picture” oscar if that was a thing.

1. The swimming shot, Moonlight (2016)

2. The staircase scene, The Truman Show (1998)

3. The hospital shot, Juno (2007)

4. The escape shot, The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

5. The afterlife shot, Black Panther (2018)

6. The statues shot, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

7. The leap of faith shot, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

8. The bridge shot, Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

9. The police car shot, Joker (2019)

10. The battlefield shot, Avengers: Endgame (2019)

11. The double sun shot, Star Wars (1977)

12. The door shot, Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)

Well, these were really some of the best movie shots that deserved to get an Oscar for the “Best Single Shot In A Motion Picture.”

So what are your thoughts on this list!

What did we miss?

Let us known in the comment section down below.

 

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