The 9 greatest movies from the 2010s you forgot about

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Black Panther (2018)

Marvel's groundbreaking film, featuring Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan, isn't just a superhero epic it's a game-changing blockbuster that made history as the first Marvel movie nominated for Best Picture.

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Once Upon a Time&in Hollywood (2019)

Quentin Tarantino's riveting film offers a revisionist take on the Manson murders era in Hollywood, with stellar performances by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, and Tarantino's trademark mix of buoyancy.

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The Tribe (2014)

Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's innovative film immerses viewers in a Ukrainian school for the deaf, delivering a tense drama without subtitles, voiceover, or non-diegetic music, showcasing a unique cinematic experience.

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Lincoln (2012)

Steven Spielberg's biographical drama delves into the life of Abraham Lincoln, exploring American politics, wartime leadership, and presidential legacy, anchored by Daniel Day-Lewis's remarkable performance.

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Personal Shopper (2016)

Kristen Stewart shines in this existential ghost story directed by Olivier Assayas, offering a beguiling portrait of a woman in mourning haunted by mysterious texts and existential questions.

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Black Coal, Thin Ice (2014)

Diao Yinan's crime procedural set in China's north country blends film noir fatalism with social realism, delivering a gripping narrative about murder, corruption, and life in the provinces.

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Hereditary (2018)

Ari Aster's horror film stars Toni Collette in a chilling tale of inherited trauma and supernatural occurrences, offering incredible tension and an unforgettable central performance.

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Amour (2012)

Michael Haneke's poignant drama depicts an elderly couple facing mortality with grace and heartache, celebrating lives lived together while exploring themes of love, loss, and the passage of time.

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Elena (2011)

Andrey Zvyagintsev's moral drama/thriller delves into societal tensions and individual morality in contemporary Russia, offering a quietly powerful exploration of self-interest and family dynamics.