11. See You Yesterday
Stefon Bristol's feature-length directorial debut came with a producer credit from the incomparable Spike Lee, which should have signaled to audiences that this sci-fi caper had hidden depths; namely, tackling the mission of two teenagers to prevent a sibling from a police shooting.
Its marriage of the time-travel picture playbook - complete with a Michael J. Fox cameo - with the harrowing real-world weight of racial brutality at the hands of trigger-happy authority figures feels distinctly of its own accord - and with any justice, Bristol will only go on to bigger things.