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.
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.
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.
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.