The Hollywood Reporter ranks the decade’s best-loved movies, according to the people who actually made them: some 3,500?industry professionals surveyed.

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    Photofest

    'The King's Speech' (2010)

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    Call Me by Your Name features three songs by Stevens, two of which he wrote for the film.
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    'Call Me by Your Name' (2017)

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    Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

    'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' (2019)

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    Clay Enos/Warner Bros.

    'Wonder Woman' (2017)

    "In 2010 I was doing projects in Israel, minding my own business, no idea that in a couple of years the role I always dreamed about would be mine," Gadot tells The Hollywood Reporter.

    "There's a long history of belief that certain jobs are masculine," Jenkins told THR just before her movie grossed $821 million worldwide. "But it feels like a very natural job for a woman." 

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    'The Hunger Games' (2012)

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    'Bohemian Rhapsody' (2018)

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    From left: Monae, Henson and Spencer in Hidden Figures.
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    'Hidden Figures' (2016)

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    Mad Max Fury Road - H 2015

    'Mad Max: Fury Road' (2015)

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    'The Social Network' (2010)

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    Birdman Still 3 - H 2014
    Courtesy of Fox Searchlight

    'Birdman' (2014)

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    Photofest

    'Bridesmaids' (2011)

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    Warner Bros.

    'Argo' (2012)

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    Courtesy of Warner Bros.

    'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1' (2010)

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    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

    'A Star Is Born' (2018)

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    Courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival

    'La La Land' (2016)

    "I'd been bedridden with a 104-degree fever that whole week," Chazelle told THR in 2017 of those epically awkward 145 seconds that his film was best picture before it was revealed Moonlight actually won the Oscar. "The fever broke during the ceremony. So I wasn't feeling gravely ill, but I wasn't in tip-top shape. I was slightly delirious but happy to see my colleagues win."

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    Avengers: Endgame
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    'Avengers: Endgame' (2019)

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    Another Christopher Nolan film on the list, Inception raked in about 18 million illegal downloads since its release. The sci-fi action film had a strong cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard and Ellen Page and a mind-blowing storyline, making it one of the most-talked about (and highest grossing) films of the year. PHOTOS: Top 10 Highest Grossing Films of 2010
    Warner Bros.

    'Inception' (2010)

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    Matt Kennedy/Marvel Studios

    'Black Panther' (2018)

    "I never thought I would see a studio say, 'Yeah, we are going to put the money behind this movie with a mostly black cast,'" star Chadwick Boseman told THR in 2018 of the $200 million superhero movie. "As African Americans, we have the 'black version,' and it's never as good. They never put as much into it."

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    Fox Searchlight Pictures/Photofest

    '12 Years a Slave' (2013)

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    Courtesy of Universal Studios

    'Get Out' (2017)

    How the poll was conducted: 

    THR reached out to members of the film and TV academies as well as other industry sources and asked them to pick their favorites from a list of Oscar nominees, blockbusters, hit shows and critical darlings from the 2010s. More than 3,500 took part in the survey.

    This story first appeared in the Dec. 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.