Poll Suggestion: Robert Richardson and His Magnificent Films

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Which of these films shot by Robert Richardson is the most spectacular?
 
 
❒ IMDb List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls098336732/
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Out of those on the list I've seen Natural Born Killers (1994) is one of the most unusual-looking films I've seen which required enormous amount of work on both Richardson's and editors' Brian Berdan and Hank Corwin parts. Movie was filmed on at least four different camers, 7 different kinds of film stock ranging from 8 to 35 mm (plus video and Betacam) and it still manages to look great in every single scene. I have a feeling it was Richardson's greatest challenge ever. 
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Especially the prison hallway scene (Warden's first appearance). I love that scene. It's strange and beautiful at the same time. The whole prison scene is marvelous. The movie itself is a masterpiece.
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Hugo (2011): shot using actual 3D cameras and not processed into 3D postproduction.
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