30. Inception (2010)

Released in between Christopher Nolan’s super hero magnum-opus The Dark Knight (2010) and the uneven conclusion to his Batman trilogy The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Inception was one of the decade’s most fun original summer blockbusters. It’s a great spin on the heist movie and gives audiences the chance to see Leo go to work in the type of spectacle he hasn’t come close to doing again since. The set pieces are grand, the performances are great, the stakes feel high, and above all else it’s just a hell of a lot of fun.

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