The time has come to take stock of all types, including cinematographic ones. Twelve months that have come a long way on screen that continues to solicit help from viewers who still find it very difficult to leave the room and go to its reference room. and that, compared to the previous two years, there has been little improvement in the collection figures, as a very small set of films have been commercially successful.
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10 ‘Knife in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’
After the tremendous and unexpected success of ‘Punales por el Espalda’, it was only a matter of time before a sequel was launched. And so, three years and a pandemic later, came ‘Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’. And we were happy like the first time. or more
Released in limited theatres, this is one that has to be sealed by Netflix, we are faced with a sequel that not only lives up to the expectations but also surpasses its predecessor at times. Once again, Johnson has a cast devoted to a cause that should be highlighted by Janelle Monáe’s captivating performance, but What’s really important is that it doesn’t repeat itself when it comes to shaping a script that’s as complex as it is hilarious, it’s as intelligent as it is acid, it’s as is as intriguing as it is satisfying. One of the best movies of this year.
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The duo formed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Isabel Peña continue to subscribe to the happy philosophy of continued success and with their latest work, ‘As Bestus’, they deliver what can be considered their greatest work to date. and can be observed). A proposal that completely immerses you in its rural setting, in its bars of bad luck, in its open fields that suffocate, in its scary snowy forests and in its golden and tense dialogues, also presenting a collection of characters to remember. All this, of course, written, directed and performed wonderfully, thus rounding out One of the great Spanish films of the decade.
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After her highly celebrated ‘Summer 1993’, Carla Simone has achieved what seemed impossible to many, that is, exceed the bar and expectations placed on their talent, And it is that, since winning the historic Golden Bear for Best Film at the last Berlin Festival, this ‘Alcarras’ has not stopped sweeping critics at its feet.
Now, once it’s been shown that it works for the public too and his career towards the Oscars looks good, at least to get a nomination, just as a masterpiece that will be seen in each and every one of his lifetime. able to bring the moment together. A film in which every detail counts and which seems destined, even if it is not yet, to be written in golden letters in the history of our cinema.
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Jordan Peele’s latest film, ‘NOP’, is the last great example of a film that perfectly manages its advertising strategy to keep the essence of its story a secret. An instant classic of the sci-fi (and contemporary western) genre, this one of a kind proposition, different, risky, deeply classic and respectful of its references and challenging in its relentless explosion of brilliance, is much more enjoyable if one goes without knowing what one is going to discover . And from there, no doubt, constant joy.
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Sex and shock. Terror within cinema and terror within cinema. Blood in broad daylight, hungry crocodiles, lost youth and constant tension. ‘X’ by T West clearly indicates a classic of the genre and of course, there are many reasons to get it. An authentic horror festival that leaves you wanting (a lot) more and gives away Some of the most disturbing and upsetting scenes in recent years.
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5 ‘five pearls’
Led by an impressive Laia Costa, the main protagonist of a cast that also must highlight the total mastery of Susie Sanchez and Ramon Barea, ‘Cinco Lobitos’ is one of those seemingly small movies that end up becoming legends. And the best part is that this aforementioned transformation happens Thanks to the details, the minimal gestures, the delicacy and sensitivity of a story whose emotional impact lasts through time, anchoring in the memory with the same tenderness with which it is told. A great debut in a feature film by Alauda Ruiz de Azua.
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4 ‘The Lost Illusion’
Winner of 7 César Awards including Best Film, ‘Lost Illusions’ French cinema has given us one of the most memorable, inspired and inspiring propositions this century has ever given us., And that is, for the entire 150 minutes that pass like the happiest breaths, this adaptation of the novel by Honoré de Balzac is an injection of frantic and passionate cinema, exuberant and romantic, epic and intimate, perfect in its staging and Captivating a story that hasn’t passed over the decades. awesome movie.
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3 ‘Pinocchio’ by Guillermo del Toro
The same year the fantastic ‘The Alley of Lost Souls’ came to us, Guillermo del Toro has given us an animated masterpiece of the dimensions of ‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’. Situated from the first look at one of the most moving and inspired propositions of the beloved and acclaimed Mexican filmmaker’s career, This new version of Carlo Collodi’s stainless tale has all of del Toro’s recognizable qualities, with added doses of beauty, sensitivity, and poetry. If you’re not completely delivered after its impressive prologue, then calm down, you’ll be surrendering to the greatness of a movie that, using the always delicious art of stop-motion, gives you one of the most rounded endings. Takes away in one. This is what cinema has given us so far in this century. And in 2022, of course.
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2 ‘Top Gun: Maverick’
No one saw it coming. Well, maybe Tom Cruise did. In any case, the tremendous commercial success of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’, historic for the dimensions of the unexpected and accumulated wealth, is fully justified for a film that far surpasses its predecessor in each of its segments, offers a first class show. Epic, emotion, dazzling action and a complete cruise to rule the blockbuster of the year.
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1 ‘Everything together everywhere’
Well it hasn’t even been a year since its premiere, but it’s impossible not to begin adding this impressive ‘Everywhere at the Same Time’ to our list of the most undeniable masterpieces of the last decade. A story prodigy reached heights Backed by an awe-inspiring cast, bar none, a script as hilarious as it is heartwarming, breakneck pacing, and the sheer ability to consistently deliver memorable scenes. A contemporary classic. And the best movie of 2022.
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However, we are here to look beyond the Euros and focus our energy and enthusiasm on the dazzling brilliance transmitted by the ten proposals, each in their own way and way that has won us over. A set of movies, whether from the living room of the house or from our favorite chair, He has managed to make us realize again that there is no art form more beautiful, inspiring and exciting than cinema.
Thus, from horror to animation, nothing more and nothing less than huge blockbusters, historical dramas, the best superhero movies or, of course, the three most inspired Spanish films of recent years. Here you have ten tapes that marked 2022 in the best possible way.