The best movies of 2022

The Woman King: Academy Award winner Viola Davis is one of Hollywood’s most iconic actors, and her performance in The Woman King has once again made her an Oscar contender.

Turning Red:
Its sweet, funny metaphor for growing pains and puberty, Turning Red has been critically acclaimed for celebrating femininity and championing an underrepresented community. 

The film, which has near-perfect audience and critic scores on Rotten Tomatoes, was lauded for its unflinching portrayal of racism in America. 

The Quiet Girl:
The Quiet Girl follows a neglected 9-year-old who is sent to live on the farm of distant relatives for the summer.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio:
In this stop-motion version of the classic children’s tale, directors Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson give viewers a darker, more grown-up adaptation. 

Girl Picture:
This Finnish coming-of-age movie by director Alli Haapasalo follows teens Mimmi, Rönkkö, and Emma as they navigate romance, friendship, and intimacy over the course of three Fridays.

The Fabelmans:
Steven Spielberg’s sweet coming-of-age drama centres on middle-class Jewish family the Fabelmans and their young son, aspiring filmmaker Sammy. 

Top Gun: Maverick Called wildly entertaining by moviegoers and critics, Tom Cruise’s return to the Top Gun franchise was a smash hit in theatres.

Everything Everywhere All at Once:
is an ambitious movie that offers brilliant visuals, heartwarming humour, and phenomenal performances, namely by star Michelle Yeoh. 

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