Top 10 Most Underrated Movies of the 2010s that Deserve More Recognition

The 2010s have given us several blockbusters and at the same time, it also produced movies that divided the entire fanbase. For whatever reasons, these ten movies were overlooked by the majority and it is about time that we acknowledge the greatness of these movies. Here is a list of underrated movies of 2010s that deserve more recognition. Do check them out!

#10: The Hangover Part 2 (2011)

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After the first hangover movie established the characters beautifully, the sequel managed to take the story to another level. The Comedy genre can be considered one of the toughest as it is very difficult to please everyone. Fans accused this movie of being a copy-paste and that totally undermined this movie.

#9: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

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Andrew Garfield was never given a fair chance as Peter Parker, even though his portrayal of Spider-Man was awesome. Fans unnecessarily compared this movie to the original Spider-Man movie which was a bit unfair as that movie was just amazing. Fans had pre-established notions about the movie which led to all the backlash.

#8: The Interview (2014)

The Interview is an incredibly funny movie starring the legendary duo of Seth Rogen and James Franco. No, this movie is not Oscar-worthy in any sense, but it is a very good addition to the category it belongs to. The movie has a very unique premise which only gets better and better. The film was also criticized as it had some political overtones, which is just illogical.

#7: Venom (2018)

Venom is another classic example that displays the gap between what the fans want and what the so-called critics want. Tom Hardy does an amazing job as Eddie Brock and the movie is very entertaining and fun. Even though it was not an R-rated Venom, it was a decent watch, nothing like the critics described it to be.

#6: Glass (2019)

Glass is a very unconventional and weird movie, and not in a negative way as that is exactly what you expect from an M. Night Shyamalan movie. The movie divided the entire fanbase, you will either love it with all your heart or you’ll absolutely hate it, there is no in-between.

#5: Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

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Batman V Superman was a ‘once in a lifetime’ movie as we saw two of the biggest Superheroes of all time fight each other on the big screen. The movie had a lot of symbolism which the majority missed and they judged the movie based on their skewed judgment. Yes, the movie did have some flaws, but it deserves a lot more love than it actually gets.

#4: The Tree of Life (2011)

It is a shame that a lot of people do not know much about this movie as it was unable to gather mainstream attention. We are certain that you won’t be able to forget this movie once you watch it as it would have a very powerful impact on your mind. It has an excellent cast that delivers on every aspect.

#3: Spectre (2015)

Daniel Craig is hands down one of the best actors to portray the legendary character of James Bond. Spectre was a very enjoyable movie filled with fast-paced action sequences and amazing cinematography. This movie took a different route than its predecessors in terms of storytelling, and that did not go down well with some fans.

#2: Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

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It is hard to believe that no one talks about this movie nowadays even though it released only over a year ago. This movie was made for the fans and it stays true to the entire saga. What is it with Lucasfilm that they cannot make a good original sequel, but make amazing spin-offs.

#1: Mother! (2017)

Mother! is without a doubt the most underrated movie of the 2010s. The movie is filled with religious symbolism and the ratings do not match the caliber of the movie because most of the people failed to understand the true message of the movie. The fans are still divided on this movie, but one thing is for sure that it deserves a lot more recognition.

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