The Last Lustrum: The Best Movies of 2010-2014

Photo: Columbia Pictures

Photo: Columbia Pictures

Chris Luckett

As we head into Oscar season, most movie talk will revolve around the best movies of 2015 — which is all well and good in an abstract sense. But for many who don’t live in a metropolitan city or can’t get out to the theatre that often, hearing about which indie hits and festival darlings critics are hailing as masterpieces is as useful as reading about an art show opening in Luxembourg.

For those who won’t be able to see sure-to-be-talked-about-endlessly awards contenders like The Danish Girl or Spotlight, perhaps now’s the time to forget about the six-to-eight months it will take before they become accessible for rent or digital download. When better to take a look back at masterpieces of the last few years you may not have gotten around to seeing?

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