Top 10 Best Movies of the 2010s

The 2010s were a decade of tremendous growth and innovation in the world of cinema. With the rise of streaming services and the democratization of filmmaking technology, more movies were being produced than ever before, and audiences had access to an unprecedented range of content. From indie dramas to big-budget blockbusters, the 2010s delivered some truly exceptional films that captivated audiences and critics alike.

With your help, we've compiled the top picks, representing a diverse range of genres, styles, and perspectives. Some of these films were instant classics, while others flew under the radar before finding a cult following. Some were box office smashes, while others were critical darlings that never quite found a wide audience.

No matter your taste in movies, we're confident that you'll find something to love on this list.
The Top Ten
1 Inception

The movie has a really interesting and complicated plot (with great special effects that make Doctor Strange look like a joke) and at the end of the movie there is never a moment without any tension.

I like this film. It is the best and most successful.

2 Toy Story 3

Pixar has given us a classic trilogy.

3 Whiplash
4 Star Wars: The Force Awakens

This movie blew me away. We get lovable main characters like Rey, who is similar to Luke Skywalker, which is just another reason to love her. Poe Dameron was unique even if he shares some characteristics with Luke and Han. Finn was awesome and the most unique Star Wars character we have seen so far.

Kylo Ren was an EPIC villain using powers that can only be seen as epic, like when he stops the blaster in midair at the beginning of the movie. The Stormtroopers in this movie are actually kind of intimidating and for once in the Star Wars Saga, they can actually aim! It was the second best Star Wars movie, the best movie not only of 2015 but of the decade so far.

5 The Avengers
6 The Dark Knight Rises

The epic conclusion to the Batman trilogy and the last good DC movie.

7 Avengers: Infinity War
8 Django Unchained

The second best Tarantino movie after Pulp Fiction. Christoph Waltz received several accolades for his performance and won the Golden Globe, the BAFTA, and his second Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

It's been an incredible injustice that THIS movie didn't win the Oscar. Monumental performances by Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, and Christoph Waltz.

Masterpiece. Should be in the top five.

9 Interstellar

"DON'T MAKE ME LEAVE MURPH!" With it being a three-hour movie, it has the most emotionally impacting scenes in any movie. From Cooper leaving to the tesseract to the scene after Miller's planet. And don't forget Hans Zimmer's score, one of the best out there. Just listen to it and close your eyes. This movie should really be top five.

10 Mad Max: Fury Road

The Newcomers

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The Contenders
11 Avengers: Endgame

This movie is a masterpiece and is way better than Knocked Up! This movie deserves more love, respect, and attention than Knocked Up does. Let's ignore and forget Knocked Up exists.

The fact that people rank Civil War higher than this is sad.

12 Captain America: Civil War
13 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

This movie is the best in the franchise. And why is Deathly Hallows 1 above 2?

14 Guardians of the Galaxy
15 LA LA Land
16 Inside Out
17 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Smart, dark, and thrilling, Catching Fire is one of the greatest sequels and one of the greatest movies of all time.

18 Zootopia
19 The Lego Movie
20 The Wolf of Wall Street
21 Black Swan

A brilliant piece of filmmaking. Terrifying and thought-provoking.

22 The Fighter
23 The Social Network
24 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
25 Spider-Man: Far from Home
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