Movies you have to watch in 2022

We reveal to you some of the best movies of 2022 (so far)

Jul 27, 2022 - 08:33
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Movies you have to watch in 2022

Despite the fact that, unfortunately, the pandemic is still present all over the world, we can say that 2022 is a solid year for cinematography and cinema premieres, so we have the opportunity to single out the best films that stood out in terms of quality and originality. 


Director Jordan Peele spent the quarantine developing his new original work that mixes sci-fi, horror, and western to create an entirely new genre. The result: a disturbing, entertaining film with a great performance by Keke Palmer, an impressive soundtrack, and a terrifying sound design. Many people today call Jordan the savior of the horror genre, and after ‘Get Out’ and ‘Us’, we can agree with that statement. While ‘Nope’ is not without its flaws, it is a blockbuster that isn't afraid to radically depart from the norm, thus securing a place on this list. 

The Worst Person in the World

Norwegian actress Renate Reinsve is the heart and soul of this moving and innovative portrayal of millennial life that takes place over several years in Oslo. Julie is a medical student, who switches to psychology, then to photography, and starts a relationship with comic artist Axel, fifteen years older. Julie then becomes a writer in her infancy and is a perfect example of the uncertainty and confusion of young adulthood, full of conflicting desires, moments of aimlessness, and emotional rawness that we can all find ourselves in. Her running through a city where time has stood still is perhaps the most memorable movie moment of the year.   


This turbulent, meaningful drama by Audrey Diwan strikes right at the center, portraying the reality of illegal abortion. ‘The Happening is not exactly for light viewing, as it crosses the line of the ‘Vera Drake film as well - exploring this gloomy world in detail. This is an exciting story about a pregnant student who risks being arrested in France in the 1960s, and actress Anamaria Vartolomei plays a captivating heroine full of determination. 


'Cow' is a bold documentary film by British indie filmmaker Andrea Arnold. On the one hand, the achievement is a ninety-minute voiceover without explanation. On the other hand, this is a touching depiction of the life cycle of a cow - not so sentimental as to hit you in the heart, but it still manages to do so. Absolutely stunning.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

Evelyn, the heroine of actress Michelle Yeoh, runs a laundromat in "our" dimension, but in the second - Evelyn is a stone with eyes, and in the third - a cook who works with a brilliant raccoon, and in the fourth... Yes, this is also a kind of multiverse that has been practiced in Marvel productions for some time. However, the authors of the film know the key to success, so there is also the world where Evelyn "dusts her butt". Faced with an omnipotent version of her daughter (Stephanie Hsu) who moves through all realities, Evelyn must rise above the challenge not by becoming the deadliest fighter in the universe, but by learning to love her enemies and give of herself unconditionally. 

Post by: Rinna James