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Movies by Year, 2010–present

Answer these questions about movies and actors. One per year since 2010.
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Last updated: December 2, 2022
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Year
Clue
Answer
2022
36 years after the original, Tom Cruise stars in this sequel
Top Gun: Maverick
2021
This comic book company is responsible for the four
highest-grossing movies of the year
Marvel
2020
This WWI movie, whose name is a year, debuts in sparsely-attended theaters
1917
2019
This superhero movie breaks the all-time box office record
Avengers: Endgame
2018
This singer makes her debut as a lead actress in the movie "A Star is Born"
Lady Gaga
2017
This movie about an evil clown shatters the box office record for horror movies
It
2016
Ryan Reynolds stars in this R-rated, yet juvenile, superhero movie
Deadpool
2015
This committed actor eats raw bison liver while filming "The Revenant"
Leonardo DiCaprio
2014
This song from the movie "Frozen" wins an Oscar for Best Original Song
Let it Go
2013
This "Lincoln" actor wins an unprecedented third Oscar for Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis
2012
Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman star in a remake of this Broadway musical
Les Misérables
2011
This actress wins her 3rd Oscar (and 17th nomination) starring as
Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady".
Meryl Streep
2010
Christopher Nolan directs this movie which happens in a dream,
inside a dream, inside a dream
Inception
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Level 59
May 14, 2020
I just guessed randomly for Streep
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Level 53
Dec 22, 2020
me too lol
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Level 53
Dec 22, 2020
I was almost going to guess Di Caprio and yet I didn't so with being said I missed one... :(:(:(
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Level 76
Dec 16, 2022
i did too. I thought no way it's Meryl Streep, but i have to try her considering her Oscar prowess. I was shocked.
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Level 86
Dec 21, 2020
Thank you for using movies that normal people might have seen or heard of, unlike what the academy seems to do every year with the "best picture" nominations.
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Level 87
Dec 21, 2020
2 musicals, 6 digital cartoons, 2 1/2 movies for thinking people. Lincoln, The Iron Lady and True Grit were all in the thick of Oscar nominations and wins.
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Level 53
Dec 22, 2020
lol
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Level ∞
Dec 2, 2022
It's kinda sad. Back in the day, the movies that won were more popular, but also popular movies were better.
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Level 56
Dec 3, 2022
Ridiculous comment, whilst the academy does nominate some rubbish they're meant to be giving awards out for the best films of the year, not the one everyone has heard of.
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Level 59
Dec 6, 2022
If only the ones that were nominated weren't mostly ones released within the last month before the Oscars.
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Level 76
Dec 16, 2022
And yet they continue to fail in doing so. Example...The Artist was a good movie. It was quite good. But why did it win? Because they made it a silent film in 2011. Whoa. Birdman was ok. It was odd but compelling. Why did it win? Because it looked like a continuous shot. Whoa. Meanwhile, actual great movie Whiplash had to settle for just a nomination that year because they didn't fall into some silly moviemaking trope. They just made a perfect film. Say what you will about the Marvel movies, but to have as many films as they have and only have Black Panther nominated for best picture despite actual good writing in many of them is absurd. Lord of the Rings and Gladiator prove that you can have an action movie win Best Picture. But alas, that was so 2010 ago.
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Level 71
Dec 21, 2020
For the 2019 answer is the first part not enough!? I mean ALL super hero movies are the ruddy same anyway, and it was the only one of that ‘franchise’ that came out that year.
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Level 71
Jan 2, 2021
What do you mean? They're all completely unique! For example, in this one, people wearing costumes fight, things get wrecked, and people die.
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Level 68
Dec 6, 2022
Aw, come on! In my favorite superhero adventure, there's a bad guy and a good guy. They fight three times; the good guy wins twice!
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Level 41
Jan 16, 2021
But it's still a different film and none of the others broke the record. So your logic doesn't work.
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Level ∞
Dec 30, 2021
Yes, Avengers will work now.
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Level 53
Dec 31, 2021
You have got to know that your company is doing something right when you have 4+ answers in this quiz. (Disney). With "Let It Go", "Avengers: Endgame", "Mulan" and "Marvel".

Nice update btw.

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Level 83
Dec 4, 2022
One thing's for sure: the Knights Who Say "NI!" didn't go to see "It"....
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Level 88
Dec 6, 2022
Didn't 1917 debut at the end of 2019? I distinctly remember it getting lots of attention during that year's Oscar season.
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Level 50
Dec 6, 2022
Definitely. Most people who saw it in theaters did so before COVID hit.
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Level 48
Dec 6, 2022
1917 came out in 2019 not 2020
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Level 53
Dec 6, 2022
Yeah 1917 came out in 2019 not 2020.
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Level 72
Dec 6, 2022
Hey, 2019 came out in 1920, not 1720.
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Level 68
Dec 6, 2022
A great quiz, very enjoyable, thank you.
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Level 59
Dec 6, 2022
2:02 remaining
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Level 74
Dec 7, 2022
Why not accept Miserables for Les Misérables?
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Level 38
Dec 7, 2022
Because there is a 'Les' before it.
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Level 60
Dec 7, 2022
I could not make my brain stop thinking Let It Snow, instead of Go. Stupid brain!
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Level 49
Dec 7, 2022
Here's an alternative list focused on better films:

2022: Everything Everywhere All at Once

2021: tick, tick... BOOM!

2020: Nomadland

2019: Parasite

2018: Roma

2017: Phantom Thread

2016: Toni Erdmann

2015: Son of Saul

2014: Force Majeure

2013: Inside Llewyn Davis

2012: Amour

2011: A Separation

2010: Certified Copy

You're welcome.

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Level 76
Dec 16, 2022
With a list like that, you must work for the Academy.