4 of the best movies of 2022 to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and HBO Max

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We are already enjoying another weekend marked by high temperatures, so it is still a good time to recover some sample of the best cinema of the year in streaming. And it is that the dose of recommendations today is going to focus on 4 of the best movies of 2022 to see in Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, hbo max Y Disney+. To choose them I have based myself on taking my favorite feature film released in 2022 available on each of these platforms.

If one falls shortI remind you that you can also take a look at my selection of the best Netflix movies in 2022that of best movie of the year on Amazon Prime Video wave of my favorite movies on Disney + of this 2022. I leave you with today’s picks:

‘Apollo 10 1/2: A space childhood’ (‘Apollo 10 1⁄2: A Space Age Childhood’)

A Space Childhood

Address: Richard Linklater. Cast (vocals): Zachary Levi, Jack Black, Glen Powell, Josh Wiggins, Samuel Davis, Lee Eddy, Bill Wise, Mona Lee Fultz, Nick Stevenson, Brian Villalobos, Andrew N Sears, Nicholas Andrew Rice

It still pains me how unnoticed the excellent last behind-the-scenes work of Richard Linklater when it is among the best that Netflix has given us so far. It proposes a review of everything that surrounded the arrival on the moon, from a collection of memories of the author himself of the time. All this with a touch of fable that leads to propose a curious alternative vision of that important fact and seasoned with a great work of animation.

Review of ‘Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Childhood’

‘The grandmother’

The grandmother

Address: Paco Plaza. Distribution: Almudena Amor, Vera Valdez, Karina Kolokolchykova, Chacha Huang, Michael Collis, Pía Laborde Noguez

It may seem like a movie showing its cards too soon, but then Paco Square knows how to squeeze the bad vibes associated with that inevitable outcome -and that the script is perhaps the least stimulating of the function-. To do this, the fear of old age is explored, a subject that horror films address more regularly in recent times and has a great work of Almudena Love Y Vera Valdezits two great protagonists.

Review of ‘Grandma’

‘Red’ (‘Turning Red’)


Address: Domee Shi. Cast (vocals): Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, Ava Morse, Hyein Park, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Orion Lee, Wai Ching Ho, Tristan Allerick Chen, and James Hong

funniest movies by Pixar in a long time is also a very successful approach to the adolescence of the daughter of a Chinese migrant family in Toronto. The expectations that are held in it play a fundamental role in a story full of effective visual notes, also knowing how to play very well with everything related to that transformation into a panda of the protagonist.

Criticism of ‘Red’

‘The Batman’

Address: Matt Reeves. Distribution: Robert Pattinson, Zöe Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Paul Dano, Colin Farrell, Andy Serkis, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, Con O’Neill, Barry Keoghan, Gil Perez-Abraham, Peter McDonald

The best presentation film of the DC superhero, and it’s not that precisely several of the previous ones weren’t already very good. Matt Reeves offers here an approach to a still almost new Batman and presents a Gotham corrupted to the core and perhaps without possible salvation. All this with a more realistic approach but no less absorbing and with a convincing Robert Pattinson.

Review of ‘The Batman’

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