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The Most Important Films Of The Last Decade (Plus, The Ones That Have Yet To Come Out)




As the 2010s come to a close, critics and film buffs have been reflecting on the best films of the decade.
As the 2010s come to a close, critics and film buffs have been reflecting on the best films of the decade.
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The 2010s are coming to a close, and layperson and critic alike are flipping back through their memories for the most important and beloved films of the last decade. 

“The Avengers,” “Get Out” and “Moonlight” all got a spot in the New York Times critics’ list. But of course, what makes a film “influential” is highly subjective -- its affect on the film industry? Audiences? The world beyond? 

Our critics dive into the films they thought were most influential. Plus, we look ahead to the best films yet to be released in 2019.

Guests:

Amy Nicholson, film critic for KPCC, film writer for The Guardian and host of the podcasts ‘Unspooled’ and the podcast miniseries “Zoom”; she tweets @TheAmyNicholson

Tim Cogshell, film critic for KPCC, Alt-Film Guide and CineGods.com; he tweets @CinemaInMind