According to IMDB: “Find out the top 10 movies of the Brother 10 years

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Thursday 20 August 2020

I wrote – Yasmine El-Sharkawy:

IMDB has prepared a list of the top 10 films in the last 10 years, which were selected based on the vote of viewers from around the world. Masrawy reviews a list of the films that have achieved historical revenues and won the admiration of the audience, critics and filmmakers as well:

Joker 2019

The Joker movie is one of the best films of the first decade of the twenty-first century, and Joaquin Phoenix plays the iconic villain in its original story, the film was released in October of 2019 and won the title of the best films of the year, and achieved more than a billion dollars at the box office, and was a great success between Fans and critics alike, in addition, the film garnered 11 Academy Award nominations.

Avengers: Infinity Wars 2018

Avengers Infinity Wars won the 2018 Best Film, in addition to being the highest-grossing film of 2018, with $ 2.048 billion at the box office, and the movie was among the most expensive films ever made.
Coco 2017

It is the only animated film to appear in the list of the best films of the first decade of the twenty-first century, produced by Disney and Pixar Animation Studio, the film follows the young boy who found himself in the land of the dead after he escaped to prove to his family that music is running in their blood, the film achieved revenues of $ 807.1 million at the box office and won two Oscars for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song.

Deadpool 2016

Deadpool continued to break several records during its initial career, including becoming the highest-grossing R-movie until 2019, and it also holds the record for the biggest weekend for a R-movie.
Mad Max: Fury Road 2015

This may come as a surprise to many, but according to viewers’ vote, Mad Max: Fury Road was the best 2015 film, the film was supposed to be shot in 2001, but was delayed due to the September 11 attacks, but the wait paid off and the movie achieved 375.2 million Dollars at the box office and fetched six Oscars.
2014: Interstellar

Although it was not even nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film, Interstellar was the undisputed film of the year, and the viewers always chose the work that was closest to their hearts, and this magical film by Christopher Nolan managed to reach the difficult equation.

An exciting, fictional, scientific, fun, and humane film, along with the impressive acting performance of its crew, headed by Matthew McConaughey and Matt Damon, the dazzling image that really took us to the space world, to its distant planets, and most importantly, to the imagined form of intangible dimensions such as time and space.

2013: The Wolf of Wall Street

Well, this thorny movie lost two important awards when the Oscars were distributed, which are Best Actor and Best Picture, but in the view of viewers, it deserved to outperform its competitors well, perhaps the reason for this was the supernatural performance of Leonardo DiCaprio, and the special character of Martin Scorsese.

The film talks about the world of finance and its power on Wall Street, following the path of shrewd stockbroker Jordan Belfort, the wolf of Wall Street, who managed to achieve impressive success in a short time, and the unfortunate events that followed.

2012: Django Unchained

Another movie by Leonardo DiCaprio, the biggest oppressor in American cinema, with Jimmy Fox and Christoph Waltz and directed by Quentin Tarantino, but it differs from any other film of his, in which the man displayed all his skills, from the wonderful choices of giant actors to the human line of the story which is not available Usually in the quality of his films, but with the dreaded bloody dose that marked it.

2011: The Intouchables

The film reviews the usual story of two completely different characters meeting each other, but in a new, fun and light way, a French aristocrat named Philippe played by Francois Closet, and a young unemployed African-American played by Omar Say, seeking a job interview just to get aid Unemployment because he knows no one will accept it, but the aristocrat Philip gives him the opportunity and work to start their lives changing.

2010: Inception
Leonardo DiCaprio’s luck in the viewers ’choices is much better than that of the award committees, this is his third film on the list, and the second film by Christopher Nolan, surely everyone knows the strange story about controlling reality by dreaming, the dazzling image, the stressful idea, along with the open ending, they all made Including the film of the year in its time, it deserves to be on the list.

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