5 Best Movies of 2022 Up to Now

As the Covid-19 enters its third year, movies are in an odd place. As more and more films move straight to streaming, the theatrical-exclusive is becoming increasingly unusual. Whatever the situation may be, there are still dozens of great films to look forward to. Whether you want to go to the movies or wait to rent or stream them at home, knowing what is coming out and when is the best thing to do. Here are some of the movies we’re looking forward to seeing in 2022, as well as a few others we’ve already enjoyed.

  • The Lost City

Loretta Sage is a reclusive author who writes bestselling adventure novels that include an attractive cover model named Alan. Loretta is kidnapped by an eccentric billionaire who hopes she can take him to an old city’s buried treasure from her current narrative while on tour promoting her new book with Alan. Alan sets out to save her, determined to show that he can be a hero in real life as well as in her stories.

  • Scream

The new Scream is set twenty-five years after the original Woodsboro murders, when a new Ghost face arrives and begins hunting down a group of youngsters who are all tied to the previous killings in some way. Scream, like previous entries, satirizes the tendency of reboots and legacy sequels by combining slasher violence with elements of black humour and “whodunit” intrigue. The film also makes a point about horror fandom culture, namely the distinction between “elevated horror” and traditional slasher films.

  • I Want You Back

I Want You Back is a rom-com with a tremendously engaging cast, driven by a pair of terrific leads and amusing supporting roles (Gina Rodriguez, Manny Jacinto, and Scott Eastwood). Along the way, the film differs a little from the conventional format, but it ultimately shows to be a wonderful comfort film for anyone in need.

  • The Batman

When a vicious killer leaves a trail of cryptic clues, Batman travels into Gotham City’s underworld. He must create better contacts, unmask the offender, and deliver justice to the misuse of power and corruption that has long plagued the metropolis as the evidence begins to lead closer to home and the extent of the perpetrator’s ambitions become obvious.

  • The Northman

When Prince Amleth’s father is brutally murdered by his uncle, who also kidnaps the prince’s mother, the boy is on the edge of becoming a man. Amleth is now a Viking who attacks Slavic communities two decades later. Soon after, he meets a woman who prophesies future events who reminds him of his vow to save his mother, execute his uncle, and avenge his father.

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