Rhyming Films From The 2010s

I’m not quite sure what this is… but please indulge me! Here are a selection of ‘rhyming’ films/film moments from this decade, along with a few words of context.

Please feel free to let me know your thoughts and interpretations in the comment section! I’d also love to see other people give this concept a shot – send me a link if you do.


‘Blade Runner 2049’ and ‘Her’

Running For Joy

‘Little Women’ and ‘Frances Ha’

The Art Of Negotiation

‘Nightcrawler’ and ‘True Grit’


‘Moonlight’ and ‘Rust And Bone’

Diner Cardigans

‘Certain Women’ and ‘Knives Out’

Wheel Romance

‘Drive’ and ‘Baby Driver’

You Always Hurt The Ones You Love

‘Blue Valentine’ and ‘Marriage Story’


‘Still Alice’ and ‘Marjorie Prime’

In Pursuit Of Perfection

‘Whiplash’ and ‘Black Swan’

What Is Art?

‘Birdman’ and ‘Clouds Of Sils Maria’

Against The Odds

‘The Shallows’, ‘Crawl’ and ‘Ready Or Not’

Empty And Alone

‘The Irishman’ and ‘Nocturnal Animals’


‘Manchester By The Sea’ and ‘Leave No Trace’

What Am I?

‘Holiday’ and ‘Raw’


‘The Social Network’ and ‘Eighth Grade’

Little Women

‘Little Women’ and ‘Mustang’

Profit Over People

‘Sorry We Missed You’ and ‘Two Days, One Night’

In Appreciation Of Mothers

‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Boyhood’


‘Arrival’ and ‘Interstellar’

Sunken Place

’12 Years A Slave’ and ‘Get Out’


‘Tree Of Life’ and ‘A Ghost Story’


‘True Grit’ and ‘The Revenant’

Look Up

‘Room’ and ‘Boyhood’

Fatal Male Fantasies

‘The Love Witch’ and ‘Under The Skin’


‘Paterson’ and ‘A Ghost Story’


‘A Ghost Story’, ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’, ‘Jackie’ and ‘Midsommar’

Love Inspires Greatness

‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘La La Land’

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