Honestly I like certain ones for ME. But people need to figure out what movements best fit their own structure for their goals.
For example, if we’re talking about building quads, then regular barbell squats are a no go for me. But you’d be hard pressed to find an article that tells you to seek out what movements are best for your structure, and usually just list the usual ones, i.e. "squats for legs, deadlifts for back (again, nevermind that the deadlift is a shit movement for training the upperback and lats), bench pressing, overhead press (again nevermind that the overhead press isn’t really a great option for pure delt hypertrophy).
For my own structure…
Standing cable flyes emphasizing a deload in the lengthened position and more loading in the shortened position
Hammer strength incline / neutral grip incline db press
Incline db laterals (facing the bench, not with your back on it which is mechanically bad)
Front Raises (mainly for traps as it gets them fully shortened)
rear delt rows
db preacher curls on the vertical side of the pad
cable curls (independent handles with a slight forwards lean to emphasize the lengthened position)
Hams and Glutes -
Glute leg press with bands
Lat rows and proper lat pulldowns
Hammer low to high angled row emphasizing the short and then long positions
That’s my “five”.