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It feels like just yesterday that Natalie Portman was a competitive ballet dancer in Black Swan and Colin Firth played King George VI in The King's Speech. Here are ten movies that came out ten years ago this September!

Black Swan

Starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, this thriller shows how a competitive ballet dancer could get too immersed into her work.

Easy A

Ten years ago, this comedy romance starring Emma Stone, Amanda Bynes, Penn Badgley, and Lisa Kudrow, showed how messy high school rumors and reputations can get.

The King's Speech

Based on a true story, The King's Speech showed King George VI played by Colin Firth as he struggles to ascend the throne with a speech impediment in his way.

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam

It has been quite some time that Demi Lovato and the Jonas brothers came together to sing at a summer camp in the second Camp Rock Disney original movie.


Starring Ryan Reynolds, this thriller, uncomfortable to watch, shows a man who wakes up underground, using his now outdated Blackberry cell phone to find help and a way out.


Another movie about being trapped, people stuck in an elevator are confronted with the man with red horns. This M. Night Shyamalan thriller turns a decade old this month.

Alpha and Omega

With voices from Hayden Panettiere and Justin Long, Alpha and Omega, an animated children's movie about wolves and their rival pack also turns 10 this September.

FRED: The Movie

Lucas Cruikshank, better known as Fred Figglehorn, was one of the first people to go viral on YouTube in the platform's earliest days. It has been ten years since his official movie was released.

The Town

The Town, starring Ben Affleck, Blake Lively, and John Hamm tells the story of a group of bank robbers.

Iron Man 2

In the second Iron Man movie, fans saw the fate of Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr. in this sequel that came out ten years ago.

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