Favourite Films 2022 here, have a look n tell me how wrong I am !!!
The brotherhood a battlefield forges, and the one it tears apart. Soldiers contemplating where they come from, and where they’re at. A war film that celebrates the beauty of life and the world, within the utter futility and devastation of war itself. Malick marries his sensual sensibilities to his otherworldly understanding of humanity/existence in this mesmerising film, philosophising not just death, but killing, and living too.
His hallmark oneiric imagery has never been so potent, poetry amid annihilation. Various pensive…
Not quite the euphoria of Punch Drunk Love, but damn near close! Full of paradoxes, both pessimistic and optimistic, utterly alien and entirely familiar, personal yet universal. Greets us with a playful docu about the nature of coincidence, only to suddenly submerge us in a labyrinth of dying tycoons, charming misogynists, insecure cops, sensitive nurses and repressed child-celebs, all set to the wonderful tune of Aimee Mann and eccentric weather patterns.
Finding life in a lost world, those trying to…
That’s Maika Monroe two for two in the horror movie of the year field. Intelligent, relevant, creative n scary stuff. Wonderful use of elusive camerawork n secluded space, the almost out-of-body alienation n isolation of a new country so adeptly exposed. Chloe Okuno’s destined for big things
If cinema was sugar and I had diabetes, i’d be undergoing a very intense hypo rn. RRR has everything. Guys, dudes, guys whipping dudes, guys dapping dudes underwater, singing, naatu dance-offs, guys, obscenely elaborate set-pieces, swooning romances, two best friends conquering colonisers, grenade-arrows, 40-min titles, dudes. What a feast of a flick. Beyond blockbuster, has to be seen to be believed. Electrifying experience