What are your top 5 films of 2022 so far

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RRR
Luck
Dead For A Dollar
Jerry and Marge Go Large
Prey



Make a better place
1- Top Gun
2- Bergen (Turkish)
3- Fresh
4- Thirteen Lives
5- X

6- fall
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Wow, great topic for discussion. Guys, thanks for sharing your lists of your favorite movies. Now I know what I'll be watching next weekend.



I thought it might be of interest to people that I looked through all his imdb ratings of movies from this year and Tár was the highest rated of them all, so it would top this list now.

2. Everything Everywhere All at Once
2. Apollo 10˝: A Space Age Childhood
3. The Sea Beast
4. Top Gun: Maverick
5. Travelin' Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall
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1. Banshees of Inisherin
2. The Fabelmans
3. Everything, Everywhere, All At Once
4. Nope
5. The Batman



Slight adjustment to my meager list...

I thought I was alone. I've only seen 5, and you can probably guess who/why I saw three of those

1. Prey
2. Terrifier 2
3. Luck
4. Lightyear
5. Jurassic World Dominion
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Top Gun: Maverick
Everything, Everywhere, All at Once
Goodnight Oppy
The Northman
X


I have not seen many 2022 films, it seems!
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1. Triangle of Sadness


2. Fire of Love


3. The Northman
4. The Forgiven (2021)

5. The Banshees of Inisherin


6. X
7. Marcel the Shell with Shoes on (2021)
8. Top Gun Maverick
9. The Outfit
10. Moonage Daydream
11. Pearl
12. See How They Run
13. Glass Onion:Knives Out
14. Barbarian
15. The Black Phone
16. Vengeance
17. Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness
18. The Batman
19. Crimes of the Future
20. The Watcher
21. Nope
22. Turning Red
23. Lightyear
24. Brian and Charles
25. Bones and All



11/29/2022 UPDATE

Masterpiece Trier:
None
Incredible Trier:
Im Westen nichts Neues [All Quiet on the Western Front]
Great Trier:
神探大戰 [Detective vs. Sleuths]
Very Good Trier:
An Cailín Ciúin [The Quiet Girl]
RRR
The Northman
Tár
Nope
Three Thousand Years of Longing

Good Trier:
Blonde
EAMI
X
Tolerable Trier:
Pearl
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
Gli ultimi giorni dell'umanitŕ [The Last Days of Humanity]
-禅- グローグーとマックロクロスケ [- Zen - Grogu and Dust Bunnies]
The Newest Olds
Unaccetable Trier:
They/Them
Men
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Top Gun Maverick
Everything Everywhere All At Once
Terrifier 2
Bullet Train
Fall

Haven't yet seen RRR, or Knives Out 2 which I have high hopes for.



-Top gun maverick
-Nope (was ok a bit weird hard to understand what s going on)
-X



Had to do 10, sorry:

Aftersun
Vortex
Great Freedom
The Quiet Girl
Happening
Bergman Island
Flee
Playground
The Tale of King Crab
Hit the Road
all of these are indie films, interesting, none are mainstream releases..



as i see here, most of the choices mentioned are indie/foreign films, and not much mainstream, except 3 which are superhero films....hmmmmm, hollywood isn t it s best nowadays.



I forgot the opening line.
1. The Quiet Girl - Best film of the year, perhaps the decade.

2. Moonage Daydream - Best seen in a cinema, especially if you have an ear for David Bowie.

3. Everything Everywhere All At Once - I'm dying to watch this again - could I possibly enjoy it any more? I'd say it definitely has a lot of rewatch value.

4. Smile - A film stitched together from all the best horror has to offer in the last 3 or so decades - and it does what it does well.

5. Speak No Evil - A psychological thriller that will rip your soul out - unforgettable for me.

That's my personal top 5

Honorable mentions : Nope, Men, Armageddon Time and Top Gun : Maverick.
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1. The Quiet Girl - Best film of the year, perhaps the decade.

2. Moonage Daydream - Best seen in a cinema, especially if you have an ear for David Bowie.

3. Everything Everywhere All At Once - I'm dying to watch this again - could I possibly enjoy it any more? I'd say it definitely has a lot of rewatch value.

4. Smile - A film stitched together from all the best horror has to offer in the last 3 or so decades - and it does what it does well.

5. Speak No Evil - A psychological thriller that will rip your soul out - unforgettable for me.

That's my personal top 5

Honorable mentions : Nope, Men, Armageddon Time and Top Gun : Maverick.
Speak No Evil is great. The last 30 minutes gripped me like no other film has this year.

I really disliked Everything Everywhere All At Once. It gave me a headache and I couldn't wait for it to end.



all of these are indie films, interesting, none are mainstream releases..
Don't really know what your point is. What relevance is it? There are films in that list released by A24, Wild Bunch films, MUBI....hardly tiny companies.

Also, what qualifies as a 'mainstream release' ? Why does it matter? Does a film have to be released by Sony to be important?