And as we look back on some of our favorite moments of the year, from the red carpet looks and celebrity scandals to the fashion spreads that intrigued us, it’s hard to ignore the slew of amazing films that have blessed us with 2022.
Upcoming movies like symbol pictureThe second installment to the worldwide nerds everything everywhere at once, And controversial do not worry my loveHollywood promises a great deal of entertainment this year.
And with all the major releases of the year finally out, it’s time to think about the premium releases.
Before, Marie Claire The editors share their picks for the year’s best film.
bones and all
This sordid love story set against the backdrop of 1980s Americana isn’t one to suit all tastes (especially if you have an upset stomach) but for me, Luca Guadagnino’s tale of young romance is worth the hype and making it to the top of my “Best Movies of 2022” list. A strangely poetic yet incredibly aesthetic, the film was perfectly intertwined with romance and horror in this subtle coming-of-age story about its most unlikely protagonist: cannibals.Rising star Taylor Russell, this film explores all the sweeping emotions of first love, bones and all. “.
Glass Onion: Takes the mystery out of the cutlery
“despite of Glass onion It barely came out, and I already know this will be my go-to movie night option for the next few months. follow to Take out the knives Movie, the glass onion It is one of the most anticipated films of this year. A mystery mixed with various twists and turns, accompanied by Daniel Craig’s formidable Southern Husky accent – sign me up for an all-night binge session…”
do not worry my love
For a movie with so much politics and hype, I expected to be disappointed. I wasn’t. As Harry Styles said, ‘This is a movie that feels like a movie.’ Man didn’t lie. A movie that really needs to be appreciated in a cinematic setting. Loved the aesthetic and soundtrack. And of course the leading ladies (okay, and the guys… well, one guy in particular).”
Top Gun: Maverick
“I never expected Tom Cruise’s action revival to be my best movie of 2022. In fact, I never planned to see it. But inspired by Jennifer Connelly’s story in the July issue, I went to see what all the fuss was about and was blown away. Within two weeks, I came back to see it. Two more times.
Love him or hate him, there’s no denying Cruz is magic on screen, but it’s Rooster who won my heart. I’m just thankful YouTube didn’t do its own version of Spotify rolls, because the number of times I rewatched that beach scene would make Miles Teller file a restraining order.”
When I heard that two of my favorites, Daisy Edgar Jones and Sebastian Stan, were playing love interests in a movie marketed as romance (Valentine’s Day afternoon!!) I was thanking my lucky stars… until about 30 minutes in when the movie teases you cooler with a twist. A plot that will make you scream and scream and throw things at the TV.
Directing Mimi Cave is a perfect commentary on the horrors of navigating the world of dating – with a few messy extras thrown in. It’s the exceptional horror-thriller rom-com that’s just Kiss Chef (pun intended). “
Mrs. Harris goes to Paris
Dior couture dresses, 1950s Paris, and London’s lovable cleaning lady Mrs. Harris, played by Leslie Manville—what’s not to love Mrs. Harris goes to Paris? Based on a book by Paul Gallico, which I read (and loved) as a teenager, it’s a feel-good movie about the love of fashion, the incredibly talented people who live and work in the world of haute couture, and styling for an ordinary woman who dreams of something bigger and the generosity of the human spirit. But perhaps it is also a reminder that the people we love in our lives are far more important than the material possessions we crave. A cute little reminder of the holiday season.”
The worst person in the world
If you’ve ever experienced the agonies of lethargy in your life, please watch this! This somewhat plotless take on a twenty-something that tries to navigate love, life, work, and a waning sense of self over the course of seven years in Oslo, Norway, is a vivid depiction of adulthood with all its chaos and confusion.Actress Renate Reinsve gives an absolutely amazing performance with the entire cast, really.”
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