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Nadine Gourkow Looks At The Best Movies Of The 2010s
We know that the end of the 2010s has not come yet, but there are still some great movies that have come out in the past 8 years. Nadine Gourkow has given us her list of movies that she feels will go down in history as the best movies of the 2010s. Obviously, she reserves the right to make changes in the next two years.
It seems like this is the age of the sequel and we are taking that into account when we make this list. We are going to try to keep the list to just original movies and not include any remakes or sequels. However, some of those are really good and need to be watched. Without further delay, we present to you the list of best movies to come out in this decade so far.
- Call Me by Your Name – An absolutely stunning and heartwarming film that sees a young man trying to find his place in the world falling in love with an older man. This film shows what it is to be a young man and sexually confused. It brings new light to the LBGTQIAPP dilemmas in life. If you have not had the chance to see this film, you definitely need to make time for it this weekend.
- The Wolf of Wallstreet – This movie is so funny, it is easy to forget that it is based on a true story. In a Boiler Room like movie, a young man looking to have a long-lasting career takes an entr- level position. Throughout the movie, he is seen to be defrauding customers and making millions off them. While he is doing this, the SEC and the FBI start to close in on his fraudulent activities.
- Django Unchained – It will be hard to look back on the 2010s and not think of this film. An escaped slave finds himself teamed up with a German bounty hunter trying to collect a bounty. Later they go to save his wife from a plantation that still enslaves her. Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio are a great pairing in this film.
- Toy Story 3 – Yes, we said that we were going to try to keep sequels off the list, but we just couldn’t resist this one. In the third installment of the franchise, this one had to be the saddest of the three. The thing is, we feel this one was even better than the first and second one, combined. Albeit, we did shed a tear at the end with most other viewers, but that does not make it any less brilliant of a sequel.
- The Social Network – A look into the life of Mark Zuckerberg and how he created the vast empire that is Facebook. If you watched his testimony before Congress, you will want to see this film for sure.
While the decade has not drawn to an end just yet, Nadine Gourkow thought that you would like a list of movies that you should see before the end of the year.