Color Films Hold Your Breath Telling Stories In More Appealing Ways

Black and white films like “Artist” winning Oscar awards is an exception than a rule. Color films always spell a unique sway over the audience as they show scenes of the stories more naturally and aesthetically, arousing emotions and running the story with speed and interest. Reiterating the indispensability of color films, Tweeter @ cinemapalettes compiled color palettes from ever-green scenes of movies. They are Stanley Kubrick’s “Shining,” Alejendro Inarittu’s “Revenant,” Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away,” and George Miller’s “Mad Max,” and others. Some scintillating color scenes reproduced here will create awe and excitement in you: train running scene from Spirited Away; and a man climbing up the stairs followed by his shadow from The Truman Show.
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#1 Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Dir. George Miller

#2 Spirited Away (2001) Dir. Hayao Miyazaki

#3 Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) Dir. David Yates

#4 Alice Through The Looking Glass (2016) Dir. James Bobin

#5 The Truman Show (1998) Dir. Peter Weir

#6 My Neighbor Totoro (1988) Dir. Hayao Miyazaki

#7 Amélie (2001) Dir. Jean-pierre Jeunet

#8 Edward Scissorhands (1990) Dir. Tim Burton

#9 Spirited Away (2001) Dir. Hayao Miyazaki

#10 The Martian (2015) Dir. Ridley Scott

#11 The Revenant (2015) Dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu

#12 Corpse Bride (2005) Dir. Tim Burton, Mike Johnson

#13 Lost In Translation (2003) Dir. Sofia Coppola

#14 Deadpool (2016) Dir. Tim Miller

#15 Life Of Pi (2012) Dir. Ang Lee

#16 500 Days Of Summer (2009) Dir. Marc Webb

#17 Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Dir. Wes Anderson

#18 Coraline (2009) Dir. Henry Selick

#19 The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013) Dir. Martin Scorsese

#20 The Fifth Element (1997) Dir. Luc Besson

#21 The Shining (1980) Dir. Stanley Kubrick

#22 Léon: The Professional (1994) Dir. Luc Besson

#23 The Silence Of The Lambs (1991) Dir. Jonathan Demme