Announcing the Ultimate 2010s Blogathon

Hello, friends!

I hope you all had a great holiday ringing in the new decade. But before we get too deep into the 2020s, my blogathon partner Kim from Tranquil Dreams and I would to stay in the 2010s for just a bit longer and are asking you to join us. That’s right, the annual Ultimate Decades Blogathon returns! Over the past four years, we have looked at your favorite films from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. Now, for this milestone year we want to look at the best movies of the decade that we just said goodbye to: the 2010s.

The prompt for the blogathon is simple: What do you think is the ultimate 2010s movie? What movie embodies the decade of the 2010s to you?

Kim and I would love to see you participate in this blogathon. If you are interested in participating, tell us in a comment down below or email Kim,, and/or me, Then email us your submission once you are finished. Simple as that. The only requirement is that your movie(s) of choice needs to have been released between 2010 and 2019. Submissions are due before Sunday, February 9th. However, if you need more time, please let us know so we can plan accordingly. The entries will be posted on our sites. However, if you would like to post your entry on your site as well, tell us and we can coordinate that together.

The blogathon will begin on Monday, February 17th. You can add the banner that is at the top of this page to your site to show your participation. And the more the merrier! Feel free to invite others to join the blogathon as well. Use the tag #Ultimate2010s on Twitter to help us promote the blogathon. We can’t wait to see everyone’s submissions. 🙂

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