Marvel Studios remains the studio with the most content for the superhero genre, whether in the cinema or on a streaming platform. In 2022 alone, they had 9 projects released to theatres or Disney+.
With their leading man gone, the question open’s up of who would assume the mantle of Black Panther, and can the second movie in the franchise be a step up from the previous one?
"Hustle" (2022) is an entertaining basketball movie that sheds light on the sport's culture and the struggles that players face to participate.
"Top Gun: Maverick" is the rare sequel that manages to improve on a lot of aspects of the first film. It's not perfect, but it's close. Read on to learn more.
A Disney+ original film (so they say) that is good in storyline and execution.
Released on Netflix, "Bubble" is about a massive explosion of gravity-defying bubbles that block Tokyo off from the rest of the globe. The movie is visually stunning, but the storytelling leaves something to be desired.
"Firestarter" had the potential to become something like the movie "It" (2017), but falls far short.
Leonard (Mark Rylance), an English tailor who manufactures suits on London's famed Savile Row, stars in "The Outfit." However, to save his life on one tragic night, he must outsmart a deadly crew of criminals.
"Better Nate Than Ever" doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it's a solid Disney offering.
Directed by Kim Joung-hoon ("The Accidental Detective") with a script by Chun Sung-il ("All of Us Are Dead"), “The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure" stars Han Hyo-Joo, Lee Kwang-Soo, Kang Ha-Neul, and many others as a gutsy crew of Joseon pirates and bandits in search of royal gold lost at sea.
This film is based on Gege Akutami's "Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 0," a prequel that functioned as a "pilot" for the main Jujutsu Kaisen manga series. Before being distributed internationally this year, the film was exclusively released in Japan on December 24, 2021.
"Marry Me" is a good, entertaining, and romantic movie.
Steven Soderbergh's KIMI is a 2022 American thriller film (Logan Lucky). Zoe Kravitz (The Batman), Rita Wilson (Jingle All the Way), and others feature in the film. On February 10, 2022, it was launched on HBO Max/HBO Go.
A police-centric film that will not be remembered by the end of the year.
The okay sequel to "Venom" (2018).
Crazy, action packed and entertaining.