10 Best Movies 2022
It’s unfortunate that despite the self-effacing Leonardo DiCaprio leading role, Melanie Lynsky as the film’s beating heart.
Nightmare Alley throws light into the human soul’s cavernous caverns, but a big-hearted filmmakercan’t help but scour the darkness for indications of hope.
Belfast” is hard to shake its predictability. Perhaps the Academy wants a historical, painful look back to suggest a route forward.
Reinaldo Marcus Green’s “King Richard,” a “tear-jerking family drama about a clan merely attempting to keep it together in the face of harsh outside influences.
“CODA,” which stars Emilia Jones as rebellious adolescent Ruby Rossi, draws its title from Ruby’s upbringing:
Denis Villeneuve dared to try again in “Dune,” where many others had tried and (admirably) failed.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Licorice Pizza” is the most laid-back Best Picture nominee this year, but also the most contentious on numerous fronts.
“West Side Story” might have smacked like a retreat. Then we watched what he accomplished with it, and it was evident Spielberg is still unique.
“Drive My Car” is up for Best Picture, but even now, at the tail end of an Oscar season so long that no one can remember when it started.
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