Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2022: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, movie buffs! It’s time to dive into the cinematic universe of 2022, a year that gifted us with an array of unforgettable films. From heart-stopping thrillers to tear-jerking dramas, from laugh-out-loud comedies to mind-bending sci-fi, 2022 had it all. But which movies truly stole the show and won the hearts of fans worldwide? Which ones had us on the edge of our seats, laughing till our sides hurt, or left us in awe of their storytelling prowess? Well, you’re about to find out! We’ve scoured the globe, tallied the votes, and are ready to unveil the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2022. So, without further ado, let’s dim the lights, cue the drumroll, and see what made the cut!
Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick

Release Date: 2022-05-24

Genres: Action, Drama

“Top Gun: Maverick” is an action-packed movie set to be released on May 24, 2022. It follows the story of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a highly skilled Navy aviator who has spent over thirty years in service. Now, Maverick finds himself training a group of TOP GUN graduates for an extraordinary mission that no pilot has ever experienced before. With a star-studded cast including Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, and Jon Hamm, this film promises to be one of the best voted movies of 2022.

Cast: Tom Cruise (Capt. Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell) , Miles Teller (Lt. Bradley ‘Rooster’ Bradshaw) , Jennifer Connelly (Penny Benjamin) , Jon Hamm (Adm. Beau ‘Cyclone’ Simpson) , Glen Powell (Lt. Jake ‘Hangman’ Seresin) , Ed Harris (Radm. Chester ‘Hammer’ Cain) , Val Kilmer (Adm. Tom ‘Iceman’ Kazansky) , Lewis Pullman (Lt. Robert ‘Bob’ Floyd) , Charles Parnell (Adm. Solomon ‘Warlock’ Bates) , Bashir Salahuddin (Wo-1. Bernie ‘Hondo’ Coleman) , Monica Barbaro (Lt. Natasha ‘Phoenix’ Trace) , Jay Ellis (Lt. Reuben ‘Payback’ Fitch) , Danny Ramirez (Lt. Mickey ‘Fanboy’ Garcia) , Jack Schumacher (Lt. Neil ‘Omaha’ Vikander) , Manny Jacinto (Lt. Billy ‘Fritz’ Avalone) , Kara Wang (Lt. Callie ‘Halo’ Bassett) , Greg Tarzan Davis (Lt. Javy ‘Coyote’ Machado) , Jake Picking (Lt. Brigham ‘Harvard’ Lennox) , Raymond Lee (Lt. Logan ‘Yale’ Lee) , Jean Louisa Kelly (Sarah Kazansky) , Lyliana Wray (Amelia Benjamin) , Chelsea Harris (Admiral’s Aide) , Darnell Kirkwood (Comms-Crew Tech) , Austin Bowerman (Comms-Crew Tech) , Stephanie Andrea Barron (Comms-Crew Tech)

Directors: Joseph Kosinski

Writers: Ehren Kruger, Christopher McQuarrie, Jim Cash, Jack Epps Jr., Justin Marks, Peter Craig, Eric Warren Singer

Tags: fighter pilot, u.s. navy, sequel, nuclear weapons, military

Purple Hearts

Purple Hearts

Release Date: 2022-07-29

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Purple Hearts” is a heartwarming movie set to release on July 29, 2022. Starring Sofia Carson, Nicholas Galitzine, and a talented ensemble cast, it tells the story of an aspiring musician who enters into a marriage of convenience with a Marine about to be deployed. However, their pretend relationship takes an unexpected turn when a tragedy strikes, making their bond all too real. Get ready for a captivating tale of love, sacrifice, and the power of unexpected connections.

Cast: Sofia Carson (Cassie Salazar) , Nicholas Galitzine (Luke Marrow) , John Harlan Kim (Toby) , Chosen Jacobs (Frankie) , Anthony Ippolito (Johnno) , Linden Ashby (Jacob Marrow) , Kat Cunning (Nora) , Nicholas Duvernay (Armando) , Scott Deckert (Jacob Marrow Jr) , Kendall Chappell (Mila) , Sarah Rich (Hailey) , Jordan Drake (Funeral Attendee) , Rand Guerrero (Defense Attorney) , Leroy Edwards III (Military Judge) , Sean Berube (Marine) , Asante Jones (Col Yarvis) , Debbie Fan (Judge) , Kate Bone (Kylie) , A.J. Tannen (Dr. Greyson) , Theo Breaux (Guard) , Breana Raquel (Riley) , Josh Cruze (Music Busker) , Cat Kaylin (Rose) , Jeremiah Ripley (A&R Rep) , Loren Escandon (Marisol Salazar)

Directors: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum

Writers: Kyle Jarrow, Liz W. Garcia

Tags: military life

The Whale

The Whale

Release Date: 2022-12-09

Genres: Drama

“The Whale” is a heartfelt movie about a reclusive English teacher who is struggling with severe obesity. Determined to make amends, he embarks on a journey to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter. With a talented cast including Brendan Fraser and Sadie Sink, this emotional tale of redemption is set to hit theaters on December 9, 2022, and is definitely one to watch out for in the list of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Brendan Fraser (Charlie) , Sadie Sink (Ellie) , Ty Simpkins (Thomas) , Hong Chau (Liz) , Samantha Morton (Mary) , Sathya Sridharan (Dan the Pizza Man) , Jacey Sink (Young Ellie) , Alison Altman (Young Mary (uncredited)) , Wilhelm Schalaudek (Liam (uncredited))

Directors: Darren Aronofsky

Writers: Samuel D. Hunter

Tags: nurse, missionary, regret, idaho, bible, overweight man, addiction, grief, obesity, based on play or musical, neighbor, teacher, religion, redemption, death of lover, election, rebellious daughter, guilt, death, lgbt, sister-in-law, eating disorder, father daughter reunion, empathy, shame, english teacher, abandonment, one location, father daughter relationship, 2010s, gay theme, apartment, 2016, essay, food addiction, religious symbolism

Thirteen Lives

Thirteen Lives

Release Date: 2022-07-18

Genres: Drama, Thriller, Adventure

“Thirteen Lives” is a gripping and heart-wrenching movie based on a true story that took the world by storm. It follows the incredible journey of twelve young boys and their soccer coach who become trapped in a flooded cave after an unexpected rainstorm. With the help of a team of courageous divers, the race against time begins as they navigate treacherous cave networks to rescue the boys. Starring an impressive cast including Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, and Joel Edgerton, this film is set to captivate audiences when it hits theaters on July 18, 2022.

Cast: Viggo Mortensen (Rick Stanton) , Colin Farrell (John Volanthen) , Joel Edgerton (Harry Harris) , Tom Bateman (Chris Jewell) , Paul Gleeson (Jason Mallinson) , Teeradon Supapunpinyo (Coach Ekkaphon “Ek” Chanthawong) , Girati Sugiyama (Lek) , Pasakorn Hoyhon (Chai) , Tanatat Srita (Arm) , Kaokuson Sorapap (Aat) , Nophand Boonyai (Thanet Natisri) , Sukniran Sukcharoen (Poom) , Ensai O’Haire (Decha) , Thanthapthai Chanin (Dew) , Achi Jinapanyo (Prem) , Thanaphat Thopiata (Wit) , Phitakphong Boonnet (Rit) , Joe Chuensawan (Tul) , Nawanut Kaeomueangsi (Nop) , Thitiphat Bheganan (Don) , Neungruthai Bungngern-Wynne (Mae Noi) , Teerawat Mulvilai (Somboon) , Pattrakorn Tungsupakul (Buahom) , Sahajak Boonthanakit (Governor Narongsak Osatanakorn) , Shakriya Tarinyawat (Manop)

Directors: Ron Howard

Writers: William Nicholson, Don MacPherson

Tags: cave, thailand, based on true story, rescue, rescue mission, cave diving

A Man Called Otto

A Man Called Otto

Release Date: 2022-12-28

Genres: Comedy, Drama

“A Man Called Otto” is a heartwarming movie set to release on December 28, 2022. Starring Tom Hanks and Mariana Treviño, it tells the story of grumpy widower Otto Anderson who finds his life turned upside down when he befriends a quick-witted, pregnant woman named Marisol, played by Rachel Keller. With a talented cast and an unlikely friendship at its core, this film promises to be one of the best voted movies of 2022.

Cast: Tom Hanks (Otto Anderson) , Mariana Treviño (Marisol) , Rachel Keller (Sonya) , Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (Tommy) , Cameron Britton (Jimmy) , Kailey Hyman (Barb) , Mike Birbiglia (Real Estate Agent) , Elle Chapman (Sarah) , Joe Fishel (Army Doctor) , Truman Hanks (Young Otto Anderson) , Juanita Jennings (Anita) , Kelly Lamor Wilson (Shari Kenzie) , John Higgins (Hardware Store Clerk) , Tony Bingham (Hardware Store Customer) , Lily Kozub (Hardware Store Assistant Manager) , Mack Bayda (Malcolm) , Peter Lawson Jones (Reuben) , Max Pavel (Andy) , Peter Sipla (Stimco Steel Boss) , Patrick Stanny (Stimco Steel Worker) , Allyson R. Hood (Stimco Steel Worker) , Carl Clemons (Stimco Steel Worker) , Connor McCanlus (Stimco Steel Worker) , Kristy Nolen (Stimco Steel Worker) , Dominick Marrone (Stimco Steel Worker)

Directors: Marc Forster

Writers: David Magee, Hannes Holm, Fredrik Backman

Tags: based on novel or book, suicide attempt, friendship, remake, flashback, miscarriage, new neighbor, mourning, social media, forced retirement, death of wife, bus accident, grumpy man, loss of wife, transgender, happy marriage

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is an exciting and heartwarming movie that follows an aging Chinese immigrant on a thrilling adventure. With an incredible cast including Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Harry Shum Jr., the film explores the concept of parallel universes as our protagonist connects with the lives she could have led. Get ready to be swept away on March 24, 2022, as this movie promises to be one of the best voted films of the year!

Cast: Michelle Yeoh (Evelyn Wang) , Stephanie Hsu (Joy Wang / Jobu Tupaki) , Ke Huy Quan (Waymond Wang) , James Hong (Gong Gong) , Jamie Lee Curtis (Deirdre Beaubeirdre) , Tallie Medel (Becky Sregor) , Jenny Slate (Big Nose) , Harry Shum Jr. (Chad) , Biff Wiff (Rick) , Sunita Mani (TV Musical – Queen) , Aaron Lazar (TV Musical – Soldier) , Brian Le (Alpha Jumper – Trophy) , Andy Le (Alpha Jumper – Bigger Trophy) , Neravana Cabral (Security Guard) , Chelsey Goldsmith (Security Guard) , Craig Henningsen (Security Guard) , Anthony Molinari (Police – Confetti) , Dan Brown (Police – Salsa) , Anthony Nanakornpanom (Police – Luchador) , Cara Marie Chooljian (Alpha Jumper – Jogger) , Randall Archer (Alpha Jumper – Edgelord) , Efka Kvaraciejus (Alpha Jumper – SWAT) , Peter Banifaz (Alpha RV Officer) , Audrey Wasilewski (Alpha RV Officer) , Li Jing (Kung Fu Master)

Directors: Daniel Scheinert, Daniel Kwan

Writers: Daniel Scheinert, Daniel Kwan

Tags: mother, philosophy, martial arts, kung fu, generations conflict, chinese woman, laundromat, chinese, east asian lead, family, hot dog, asian woman, chinese immigrant, mother daughter relationship, asian american, intergenerational trauma, internal revenue service



Release Date: 2022-03-24

Genres: Action, Drama

“RRR” is a thrilling movie set in the 1920s, showcasing the fictional journey of two legendary revolutionaries before they fought for their country. Starring an impressive cast including NTR, Ram Charan, Olivia Morris, and Alia Bhatt, this film promises to be one of the best voted movies of 2022. Mark your calendars for its release on March 24th and get ready to embark on an epic cinematic adventure.

Cast: NTR (Komaram Bheem) , Ram Charan (Alluri Sitarama Raju) , Olivia Morris (Jennifer ‘Jenny’ Buxton) , Ray Stevenson (Scott Buxton) , Alison Doody (Cassandra Buxton) , Shriya Saran (Sarojini) , Makrand Deshpande (Peddanna) , Ajay Devgn (Venkata Rama Raju) , Edward Sonnenblick (Edwards) , Alia Bhatt (Sita) , Samuthirakani (Venkateshwarulu) , Chatrapathi Sekhar (Jangu) , Rahul Ramakrishna (Lacchu) , Rajiv Kanakala (Venkat Avdhani) , Ahmareen Anjum (Loki) , Twinkle Sharma (Malli) , Varun Buddhadev (Young Alluri Sitarama Raju) , Spandan Chaturvedi (Young Sita) , Chakri (Chinna) , R. Bhakti Klein (DSP Philip Green) , Mark Bennington (Cunningham) , Gaurav Pareek (Guri) , Alexx O’Nell (British officer) , Kirron Arya (Bheem’s Supporter) , Akash Boro (Rama)

Directors: S. S. Rajamouli

Writers: S. S. Rajamouli, Vijayendra Prasad, M.M. Keeravaani, Suddala Ashok Teja, Sai Madhav Burra, Ramajogayya Sastry, Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry, Chandrabose, K. Shiva Dutta

Tags: revolution, liberation, slavery, male friendship, freedom fighter, british empire, rescue, interracial romance, historical fiction, period drama, historical, 1920s, history of india, killed in action, war



Release Date: 2022-06-03

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“Hustle” is an exciting basketball drama that follows a struggling scout who stumbles upon an extraordinary player with a troubled past. Determined to bring him to the NBA against all odds, the scout takes it upon himself to make it happen, even without his team’s approval. With a star-studded cast including Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, and Robert Duvall, this movie promises to be a thrilling underdog story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Get ready to witness their final shot at success when “Hustle” hits theaters on June 3, 2022.

Cast: Adam Sandler (Stanley Sugerman) , Juancho Hernangómez (Bo Cruz) , Queen Latifah (Teresa Sugerman) , Anthony Edwards (Kermit Wilts) , Kenny Smith (Leon) , Ben Foster (Vince Merrick) , Robert Duvall (Rex Merrick) , Moritz Wagner (Haas) , Jordan Hull (Alex Sugerman) , María Botto (Paola) , Ainhoa Pillet (Lucia) , Jaleel White (Blake – VP of Player Personnel) , Boban Marjanović (Big Serbian – Dimitri Jovanovic) , Elvin Rodriguez (Mr. Everything) , Raúl Castillo (Oscar Morales) , Heidi Gardner (Kat Merrick) , Michael Foster (Zeke Washington) , Julius Erving (Julius Erving) , Matisse Thybulle (Matisse Thybulle) , Tobias Harris (Tobias Harris) , Kyle Lowry (Kyle Lowry) , Tyrese Maxey (Tyrese Maxey) , Seth Curry (Seth Curry) , Glenn ‘Doc’ Rivers (Glenn ‘Doc’ Rivers) , Dirk Nowitzki (Dirk Nowitzki)

Directors: Jeremiah Zagar

Writers: Will Fetters, Taylor Materne

Tags: spain, training, sports, basketball, teenage pregnancy, basketball player, opportunity, dramedy, interracial family



Release Date: 2022-08-02

Genres: Thriller, Action, Science Fiction

“Prey” is an action-packed movie set in 2022 that follows the fearless Comanche warrior Naru, played by Amber Midthunder, as she defends her camp from a dangerous threat. Little does she know, the prey she hunts turns out to be an advanced alien predator armed with futuristic technology. With a talented cast including Dakota Beavers, Michelle Thrush, and Stormee Kipp, this thrilling film is set to hit theaters on August 2nd, 2022.

Cast: Amber Midthunder (Naru) , Dakota Beavers (Taabe) , Michelle Thrush (Aruka) , Stormee Kipp (Wasape) , Julian Black Antelope (Chief Kehetu) , Dane DiLiegro (Predator) , Stefany Mathias (Sumu (Chief Wife)) , Bennett Taylor (Raphael) , Mike Paterson (Big Beard) , Nelson Leis (Waxed Mustache) , Tymon Carter (Huupi) , Skye Pelletier (Tabu) , Harlan Blayne Kytwayhat (Itsee) , Corvin Mack (Paaka) , Samuel Marty (Puhi) , Ginger Cattleman (Disapproving Woman) , Seanna Eagletail (Young Comanche Woman) , Samiyah Crowfoot (Young Comanche Girl) , Cody Big Tobacco (Ania) , Troy Mundle (Spyglass) , Curtis Vinish (Comanche Slinger) , Stephane Legault (Trapper) , Stephan Schroeder (Rambert) , Eric Beaudoin (Trapper) , Kyle Strauts (Additional Predator)

Directors: Dan Trachtenberg

Writers: Jim Thomas, John Thomas, Dan Trachtenberg, Patrick Aison

Tags: hunter, alien life-form, prequel, alien, native american, bear, decapitation, dog, severed foot, bear attack, comanche, human vs alien, indigenous peoples, severed arm, dog hero, great plains

The Woman King

The Woman King

Release Date: 2022-09-16

Genres: Action, Drama, History

“The Woman King” is an epic historical drama set in the 1800s, showcasing the incredible Agojie, an all-female warrior unit protecting the African Kingdom of Dahomey. Led by the formidable General Nanisca, played by Viola Davis, the movie follows their intense training and battle preparations against a relentless enemy threatening their way of life. With a star-studded cast including Thuso Mbedu, Lashana Lynch, and John Boyega, this highly anticipated film promises to bring to life a captivating story of strength, courage, and the indomitable spirit of these extraordinary warriors. Mark your calendars for September 16, 2022, to witness this awe-inspiring tale unfold on the big screen.

Cast: Viola Davis (Nanisca) , Thuso Mbedu (Nawi) , Lashana Lynch (Izogie) , Sheila Atim (Amenza) , John Boyega (King Ghezo) , Jordan Bolger (Malik) , Hero Fiennes Tiffin (Santo Ferreira) , Jimmy Odukoya (Oba Ade) , Masali Baduza (Fumbe) , Jayme Lawson (Shante) , Adrienne Warren (Ode) , Chioma Antoinette Umeala (Tara) , Siyamthanda Makakane (Cindra) , Shaina West (Esi) , Sivuyile Ngesi (The Migan) , Riaan Visman (Tanonu) , Seputla Sebogodi (The Meu) , Angélique Kidjo (The Meunon) , Wanda Banda (Young Nanisca) , Lethabo (Young Amenza) , Kekole Mathabathe (Ajahe) , Daniel Hadebe (Oyo Secretary) , Kgomotso Moshia (Dayo) , Zozibini Tunzi (Efe) , Makgotso M (Iniya)

Directors: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Writers: Maria Bello, Dana Stevens

Tags: africa, arranged marriage, warrior woman, based on true story, slave trade, duringcreditsstinger, woman director, military unit, 19th century, mother daughter reunion, freed slave, female warrior, west africa, battle scene, weapons training

All Quiet on the Western Front

All Quiet on the Western Front

Release Date: 2022-10-07

Genres: Drama, War

“All Quiet on the Western Front” is a gripping war drama set during World War I. It follows the journey of Paul Baumer and his friends as they eagerly join the German army, only to be confronted with the devastating realities of war on the Western Front. With a talented cast including Felix Kammerer, Albrecht Schuch, and Daniel Brühl, this highly anticipated movie is set to release on October 7, 2022, and promises to be one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Felix Kammerer (Paul Bäumer) , Albrecht Schuch (Stanislaus “Kat” Katczinsky) , Aaron Hilmer (Albert Kropp) , Moritz Klaus (Franz Müller) , Adrian Grünewald (Ludwig Behm) , Edin Hasanović (Tjaden Stackfleet) , Daniel Brühl (Matthias Erzberger) , Thibault de Montalembert (General Ferdinand Foch) , Devid Striesow (General Friedrichs) , Andreas Döhler (Lieutenant Hoppe) , Sebastian Hülk (Major von Brixdorf) , Luc Feit (Staff Surgeon) , Michael Wittenborn (Principal) , Michael Stange (Military Recruiter) , Sascha Nathan (Count von Oberndorff) , Tobias Langhoff (Major General von Winterfeldt) , Anton von Lucke (Captain von Helldorf) , Michael Pitthan (Captain Ernst von Vanselow) , Joe Weintraub (Captain Geyer) , Charles Morillon (Capitaine Paul Lepèrche) , Gabriel Dufay (Major General Maxime Weygand) , Dan Brown (Admiral Rosslyn Wemyss) , Philipp Schenker (Admiral George Hope) , Cyril Dobrý (Butler General Foch) , Sebastian Jacques (Butler)

Directors: Edward Berger

Writers: Erich Maria Remarque, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell

Tags: based on novel or book, world war i, tank, battle, period drama, german soldier, 1910s, aircraft, trench warfare

The Fabelmans

The Fabelmans

Release Date: 2022-11-11

Genres: Drama

“The Fabelmans” is a heartwarming coming-of-age film set in post-World War II Arizona. It follows young Sammy Fabelman, who dreams of becoming a filmmaker. However, his journey takes an unexpected turn when he uncovers a shocking family secret. Through the power of films, Sammy embarks on a quest for truth and self-discovery. With a talented cast including Gabriel LaBelle, Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, and more, this movie promises to be a captivating and emotional experience. Mark your calendars for November 11, 2022, and get ready to be moved by “The Fabelmans.”

Cast: Gabriel LaBelle (Sammy Fabelman) , Michelle Williams (Mitzi Fabelman) , Paul Dano (Burt Fabelman) , Seth Rogen (Benny Loewy) , Judd Hirsch (Uncle Boris Podgorny) , David Lynch (John Ford) , Jeannie Berlin (Hadassah Fabelman) , Julia Butters (Reggie Fabelman) , Keeley Karsten (Natalie Fabelman) , Sam Rechner (Logan Hall) , Mateo Zoryan Francis-DeFord (Younger Sammy Fabelman) , Chloe East (Monica Sherwood) , Isabelle Kusman (Claudia Denning) , Robin Bartlett (Tina Schildkraut) , Oakes Fegley (Chad Thomas) , Sophia Kopera (Lisa Fabelman) , Birdie Borria (Younger Reggie Fabelman) , Alina Brace (Young Natalie Fabelman) , Chandler Lovelle (Renee) , Gustavo Escobar (Sal) , Nicolas Cantu (Hark) , Cooper Dodson (Turkey) , Gabriel Bateman (Roger) , Stephen Matthew Smith (Angelo) , Lane Factor (Dean)

Directors: Steven Spielberg

Writers: Steven Spielberg, Tony Kushner

Tags: husband wife relationship, arizona, high school, bullying, anti-semitism, family relationships, coming of age, teenage boy, filmmaking, childhood, semi autobiographical, marital problem, big dreams, father son relationship, mother son relationship

The Black Phone

The Black Phone

Release Date: 2022-06-22

Genres: Horror, Thriller

“The Black Phone” is a thrilling movie about a 13-year-old boy named Finney who gets kidnapped by a sadistic killer and finds himself trapped in a soundproof basement. Things take a chilling turn when Finney discovers an old phone on the wall that allows him to hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims, who are determined to protect him from suffering the same fate. Starring Mason Thames, Ethan Hawke, and Madeleine McGraw, this suspenseful film is set to be released on June 22, 2022.

Cast: Mason Thames (Finney Blake) , Ethan Hawke (The Grabber) , Madeleine McGraw (Gwen Blake) , Jeremy Davies (Terrence Blake) , E. Roger Mitchell (Detective Wright) , Troy Rudeseal (Detective Miller) , James Ransone (Max) , Miguel Cazarez Mora (Robin Arellano) , Rebecca Clarke (Donna) , J. Gaven Wilde (Moose) , Spencer Fitzgerald (Buzz) , Jordan Isaiah White (Matty) , Brady Ryan (Matt) , Tristan Pravong (Bruce Yamada) , Jacob Moran (Billy) , Brady Hepner (Vance Hopper) , Banks Repeta (Griffin) , Kristina Arjona (Ms. Fulgrim) , Sheila M. O’Rear (Principal Keller) , Rocco Poveromo (Chief of Police) , Kellan Rhude (Patrolman) , Gina Jun (Bruce’s Mother) , Ryan Cronan (Young Bruce) , Braxton Alexander (Jackass #2) , Andrew Farmer (Teammate #1)

Directors: Scott Derrickson

Writers: Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill, Joe Hill

Tags: sibling relationship, child abuse, sadistic, 1970s, small town, dream, kidnapping, colorado, mask, cellar, supernatural, bullying, basement, serial killer, based on short story, alcoholic father, child kidnapping

The Batman

The Batman

Release Date: 2022-03-01

Genres: Crime, Mystery, Thriller

“The Batman” is a highly anticipated movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2022. Set in Batman’s second year of fighting crime, the film follows his journey as he uncovers corruption in Gotham City, which surprisingly connects to his own family. Alongside an incredible cast including Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, and Paul Dano, Batman also faces a formidable serial killer known as the Riddler. Get ready for an intense and thrilling cinematic experience when it hits theaters on March 1, 2022.

Cast: Robert Pattinson (Bruce Wayne / The Batman) , Zoë Kravitz (Selina Kyle / Catwoman) , Paul Dano (Edward Nashton / The Riddler) , Jeffrey Wright (Lt. James Gordon) , John Turturro (Carmine Falcone) , Peter Sarsgaard (District Attorney Gil Colson) , Andy Serkis (Alfred Pennyworth) , Colin Farrell (Oswald ‘Oz’ Cobblepot / The Penguin) , Jayme Lawson (Bella Reál) , Gil Perez-Abraham (Officer Martinez) , Peter McDonald (Kenzie) , Con O’Neill (Chief Mackenzie Bock) , Alex Ferns (Commissioner Pete Savage) , Rupert Penry-Jones (Mayor Don Mitchell, Jr.) , Charlie Carver (The Twins) , Max Carver (The Twins) , Barry Keoghan (Unseen Arkham Prisoner) , Kosha Engler (Mrs. Mitchell) , Archie Barnes (Mitchell’s Son) , Janine Harouni (Carla) , Hana Hrzic (Annika) , Joseph Walker (Young Riddler) , Luke Roberts (Thomas Wayne) , Oscar Novak (Young Bruce Wayne) , Stella Stocker (Martha Wayne)

Directors: Matt Reeves

Writers: Bob Kane, Matt Reeves, Bill Finger, Peter Craig

Tags: crime fighter, secret identity, nightclub, politician, police, psychopath, vigilante, superhero, based on comic, organized crime, serial killer, millionaire, social injustice, murder investigation, aftercreditsstinger, masked superhero, political corruption, neo-noir, vengeance, mayoral election

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water

“Avatar: The Way of Water” is an upcoming movie set to be released on December 14, 2022. It takes place over a decade after the first film and follows the Sully family, including Jake and Neytiri, as they face new challenges and dangers. With an incredible cast including Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, and Kate Winslet, this film promises to be an epic adventure filled with battles, tragedy, and the unwavering determination of a family fighting to protect each other.”

Cast: Sam Worthington (Jake Sully) , Zoe Saldaña (Neytiri) , Sigourney Weaver (Kiri / Dr. Grace Augustine) , Stephen Lang (Colonel Miles Quaritch) , Kate Winslet (Ronal) , Cliff Curtis (Tonowari) , Joel David Moore (Norm Spellman) , CCH Pounder (Mo’at) , Edie Falco (General Frances Ardmore) , Jemaine Clement (Dr. Ian Garvin) , Giovanni Ribisi (Parker Selfridge) , Britain Dalton (Lo’ak) , Jamie Flatters (Neteyam) , Trinity Bliss (Tuktirey “Tuk”) , Jack Champion (Miles ‘Spider’ Socorro) , Brendan Cowell (Mick Scoresby) , Bailey Bass (Tsireya) , Filip Geljo (Aonung) , Duane Evans Jr. (Rotxo) , Dileep Rao (Dr. Max Patel) , Matt Gerald (Recom Wainfleet) , Robert Okumu (Ta’unui Olecthan) , Jennifer Stafford (Ta’unui Tsahik) , Keston John (Tarsem) , Kevin Dorman (Recom Mansk)

Directors: James Cameron

Writers: Josh Friedman, James Cameron, Shane Salerno, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver

Tags: loss of loved one, dying and death, alien life-form, resurrection, sequel, dysfunctional family, alien planet, distant future, adopted child, rebirth, family dynamics, adopted son, stronger villain, war



Release Date: 2022-06-22

Genres: Drama, Music, History

“Elvis” is a highly anticipated movie set to release on June 22, 2022. It delves into the fascinating life of Elvis Presley, focusing on his complex relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker. With a talented cast including Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Olivia DeJonge, and more, this film promises to be a captivating portrayal of the legendary musician’s journey.

Cast: Austin Butler (Elvis Presley) , Tom Hanks (Colonel Tom Parker) , Olivia DeJonge (Priscilla) , Helen Thomson (Gladys Presley) , Richard Roxburgh (Vernon Presley) , Kelvin Harrison Jr. (B.B. King) , David Wenham (Hank Snow) , Kodi Smit-McPhee (Jimmie Rodgers Snow) , Luke Bracey (Jerry Schilling) , Dacre Montgomery (Steve Binder) , Leon Ford (Tom Diskin) , Gary Clark Jr. (Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup) , Yola (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) , Natasha Bassett (Dixie Locke) , Xavier Samuel (Scotty Moore) , Adam Dunn (Bill Black) , Alton Mason (Little Richard) , Shonka Dukureh (Big Mama Thornton / Pentecostal Singer) , David Gannon (Charlie Hodge) , Shannon Sanders (Pentecostal Pastor / Pentecostal Singer) , Charles Grounds (Cousin Billy) , Josh McConville (Sam Phillips) , Kate Mulvany (Marion Keisker) , Gareth Davies (Bones Howe) , Chaydon Jay (Young Elvis)

Directors: Baz Luhrmann

Writers: Baz Luhrmann, Craig Pearce, Jeremy Doner, Sam Bromell

Tags: rock ‘n’ roll, biography, based on true story, singer, music business, 1950s, elvis presley, music movie

Where the Crawdads Sing

Where the Crawdads Sing

Release Date: 2022-07-14

Genres: Drama, Mystery, Romance

“Where the Crawdads Sing” is a gripping drama set in the year 2022. It follows the story of Kya, a young woman who grows up alone in the marshes after being abandoned by her family. When her ex-boyfriend is mysteriously killed, Kya becomes the prime suspect, facing the judgment of her small town. With a talented cast including Daisy Edgar-Jones and Taylor John Smith, this movie promises to deliver an intriguing tale of survival, love, and the fight for justice. Mark your calendar for July 14, 2022, to catch this highly anticipated film.

Cast: Daisy Edgar-Jones (Kya Clark) , Taylor John Smith (Tate Walker) , Harris Dickinson (Chase Andrews) , Michael Hyatt (Mabel) , Sterling Macer Jr. (Jumpin’) , Jojo Regina (Little Kya) , Garret Dillahunt (Pa) , Ahna O’Reilly (Ma) , David Strathairn (Tom Milton) , Eric Ladin (Eric Chastain) , Luke David Blumm (Little Tate) , Logan Macrae (Jodie Clark) , Bill Kelly (Sheriff Jackson) , Blue Clarke (Little Chase) , Will Bundon (Little Jodie) , Jayson Warner Smith (Deputy Perdue) , Dane Rhodes (Judge Sims) , Robert Larriviere (Dr. Foster) , Ron Flagge (Jacob) , Joe Chrest (Dr. Cone) , Sharon Landry (Miss Pansy) , Jerri Tubbs (Patti Love) , Michael A. Newcomer (Dr. Blum) , William Gautreaux (County Recorder) , Taylor Shurte (Miss Jones (Court Recorder))

Directors: Olivia Newman

Writers: Lucy Alibar, Delia Owens

Tags: based on novel or book, survival, marsh, jury trial, murder mystery, murder trial, 1960s, southern culture

Enola Holmes 2

Enola Holmes 2

Release Date: 2022-11-04

Genres: Adventure, Mystery, Comedy, Crime

“Enola Holmes 2” is a highly anticipated movie set to release on November 4, 2022. Starring Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, and Helena Bonham Carter, it follows the adventures of Enola Holmes, Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, who now works as a detective-for-hire. In her first official case, Enola must find a missing girl and uncovers a dangerous conspiracy that even requires the help of her famous brother, Sherlock, to unravel. With a stellar cast and an intriguing storyline, this movie promises to be a thrilling mystery filled with twists and turns.

Cast: Millie Bobby Brown (Enola Holmes) , Henry Cavill (Sherlock Holmes) , David Thewlis (Grail) , Louis Partridge (Lord Tewkesbury) , Susan Wokoma (Edith) , Adeel Akhtar (Lestrade) , Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Mira Troy) , Helena Bonham Carter (Eudoria Holmes) , Sofia Stavrinou (Young Enola) , John Parshall (Young Sherlock) , Himesh Patel (Dr. Watson) , Hannah Dodd (Sarah Chapman / Cicely) , Abbie Hern (Mae) , Róisín Monaghan (Hilda Lyons) , Gabriel Tierney (William Lyon) , Catriona Chandler (Agatha Gowerdale) , David Westhead (Henry Lyon) , Tim McMullan (Charles McIntyre) , Lee Boardman (Mr. Bill Crouch) , Serrana Su-Ling Bliss (Bessie Chapman) , Tony Lucken (Sgt. Beeston) , Daniel Pemberton (Music Hall Conductor (uncredited)) , Alessandra Perotto (Peddler) , Alan Mitchell (Powdered Face Man) , Chris Dunckley (Newspaper Boy)

Directors: Harry Bradbeer

Writers: Jack Thorne, Nancy Springer

Tags: detective, victorian england, sequel, female detective, sherlock holmes

Violent Night

Violent Night

Release Date: 2022-11-30

Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller

“Violent Night” is an action-packed thriller set to be released on November 30, 2022. Starring David Harbour, John Leguizamo, and Beverly D’Angelo, the movie follows a group of mercenaries who unexpectedly encounter Santa Claus during a daring Christmas Eve heist. With an unexpected twist on the holiday season, this film promises to deliver a thrilling and entertaining ride for moviegoers.

Cast: David Harbour (Santa) , John Leguizamo (Scrooge) , Beverly D’Angelo (Gertrude) , Alex Hassell (Jason) , Alexis Louder (Linda) , Edi Patterson (Alva) , Cam Gigandet (Morgan Steel) , Leah Brady (Trudy) , André Eriksen (Gingerbread) , Brendan Fletcher (Krampus) , Mike Dopud (Commander Thorp) , Alexander Elliot (Bert) , Mitra Suri (Candy Cane) , Can Aydin (Frosty) , Phong Giang (Tinsel) , Finn McCager Higgins (Jingle) , Rawleigh Clements-Willis (Peppermint) , Stephanie Sy (Sugarplum) , Yoon Cha-Lee (Techie) , Marina Stephenson Kerr (UK Barkeeper) , John B. Lowe (UK Mall Santa) , Ray Strachan (Al the Security Guard) , Sean Skene (Lead Bodyguard) , Thomas Lorber (Bodyguard) , Erik Athavale (Drunk Dad)

Directors: Tommy Wirkola

Writers: Josh Miller, Patrick Casey

Tags: holiday, santa claus, mercenary, saving christmas, booby trap, duringcreditsstinger, christmas

The Banshees of Inisherin

The Banshees of Inisherin

Release Date: 2022-10-20

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“The Banshees of Inisherin” is a captivating drama starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. It tells the story of two lifelong friends whose bond is shattered when one abruptly ends their relationship, leading to unexpected and alarming consequences for both of them. With a talented ensemble cast and a release date set for October 20, 2022, this movie is definitely one to watch out for in the list of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Colin Farrell (Pádraic Súilleabháin) , Brendan Gleeson (Colm Doherty) , Kerry Condon (Siobhán Súilleabháin) , Barry Keoghan (Dominic Kearney) , Gary Lydon (Peadar Kearney) , Pat Shortt (Jonjo Devine) , Jon Kenny (Gerry) , Sheila Flitton (Mrs. McCormick) , David Pearse (Priest) , Bríd Ní Neachtain (Mrs. O’Riordan) , Aaron Monaghan (Declan) , Lasairfhíona Ní Chonaola (Female Singer) , James Carty (Student Musician #1) , Conor Connolly (Student Musician #2) , Ryan Owens (Student Musician #3) , John Carty (Older Musician #1) , Oliver Farrelly (Older Musician #2)

Directors: Martin McDonagh

Writers: Martin McDonagh

Tags: island, donkey, irish civil war (1922-23), friendship, dark comedy, church, ireland, drinking, former best friend, self mutilation, fiddle, 1920s, brother sister relationship, pub

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