The Best Movies of the 2010s

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Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood: Quentin Tarantino’s penultimate film (or so he claims) creates a riveting revisionist history by re-imagining.

Lincoln: Had Steven Spielberg simply made his there-goeth-the-great-man drama as a showcase for Daniel Day.

The Tribe: Most films try to bombard the senses — Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy’s suffocatingly tense debut was the decade.

Black Panther: Marvel’s first black superhero epic instantly made history — it was also the first Marvel movie.

Elena: Russia’s preeminent modern filmmaker Andrey Zvyagintsev delivers a distancing moral drama.

Amour: An extraordinary love story revolving around mortality — and proof that yes, arthouse feel-bad auteur Michael.

Personal Shopper: Continuing a collaboration with her Clouds of Sils Maria director Olivier Assayas, Kristen Stewart cemented.

Hereditary: Ari Aster’s auspicious debut delivers a witchy fright fest — and an elegy on inherited trauma — starring.

Black Coal, Thin Ice: Cops, corpses, corruption, a coal factory and life in China’s north country — filmmaker Diao Yinan’s procedural.

I Am Not Your Negro: The idea was to take an unfinished book idea from James Baldwin — which would’ve traced our nation’s failure.

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