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January 20, 2023 – 7:18 AM

Glittering rock ‘n’ roll, female warriors and kings, captivating multiverses, and tales of friendship and family permeate the 2022 movies and AP’s top 25 movies list.

Part of best movie of last year as determined by A panel of 26 journalists From across the country, it’s still in theaters, but many can now also be streamed online.

1. “Banshee of Inishelin”

HBO Max.

“The Banshees of Inisherin,” starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, and Kelly Condon, highlights haunting Irish landscapes while portraying the ups and downs of the friendship between Farrell’s Padraic and Gleason’s Colm. . Stream on HBO Max or rent on YouTube and Amazon.

2. “All at once”

digital rental.

The A24-produced indie Everything Everywhere All at Once has been a huge success and a crowd pleaser since it was released last spring.Michelle Yeoh, Ke Hoi Quan Stephanie Sue It carries the poignant multiverse story of a Chinese-American family splinter and how they rediscover each other through the existence of alternate versions of themselves. can be streamed on Paramount+ using

3. “Library”

digital rental.

Cate Blanchett plays renowned conductor Lydia Tarr. As a famous character, she is cunning and talented, and her pedestal is too high to fall from, but of course it is. Fight the culture wars to rule the It can be rented and purchased on Amazon and iTunes.

4. “No”


Writer-director Jordan Peele’s third horror blockbuster stars Keke Palmer and Peele favorite Daniel Kaluuya. A story about a family’s successful business as Hollywood’s horse wrangler plunges into bizarre sci-fi territory when horses on the ranch begin to go missing. You can stream on Peacock.

5. “The Woman King”

digital rental.

In “The Woman King,” Viola Davis is the head of the Agojie, a force of all-female warriors who defended the West African kingdom of Dahomey in the 19th century. The story follows Davis’ Naniska training a young woman for battle while simultaneously defeating personal demons and enemies.Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, the film is available for rent on YouTube and her Apple TV.

6. “RRR”


SS Rajamouli’s three-hour maximalist action epic ‘RRR’ is one of India’s most expensive and highest-grossing films of all time.become a pair Two of Tollywood’s biggest stars, NT Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan were portrayed as revolutionaries fighting British colonialists in 1920. The film topped the Netflix streaming charts over the summer and is still available to watch.

7. “Top Gun: Maverick”

digital rental.

Thirty-six years after the original “Top Gun,” “Top Gun: Maverick” takes viewers to new heights as Tom Cruise returns to his role as “Maverick.” Cruise has taken on a leadership and mentor role to support his cast members Miles, his Teller and Glenn Powell. Top Gun: Maverick is available for rent from Paramount+ and Amazon.

8. “The Fabermans”

digital rental.

Steven Spielberg’s most personal film chronicles the joys and ultimate perils that divide the Fabelmann family forever. In a love letter to cinema and his family, Spielberg gives viewers a look behind his passion for cinema and his search for family and the meaning of life. This movie is available for rent on Amazon.

9. “Woman Talking”

Still only in limited theaters.

Director Sarah Polley weaves a tale of rampant sexual assault plaguing women in the Mennonite community. “Women Talking” is an adaptation of her 2018 book by Miriam Toews. Starring Claire Foy, Rooney Mara and Frances McDormand. The film is still playing in limited theaters and is not yet available for streaming.



A sequel to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery features the return of Daniel Craig’s Southern twang-heavy detective Benoît Blanc. It does what the original does best. So that the murderous rich man in question can measure his ego and decipher which one is the killer. This movie is available for streaming on Netflix.

11. “After Sun”

digital rental.

Writer-director Charlotte Wells follows the bond between a father-daughter duo played by Paul Mezcal and Frankie Corio. “Aftersun” focuses on a key moment in adolescent life when the reality of life peeks through the cracks and stains memories, when the world feels so big and full of wonder that it begins to fade. . This movie is available for rent on Amazon and YouTube.

12. “Decision to Leave”

digital rental.

Directed by Park Chan-wook, “The Decision to Break Up” is a Hitchcockian noir about an insomniac detective who falls in love with a beautiful suspect in a suspicious death he is investigating. Available for digital rental on Apple TV and Amazon.

13. “Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro”


The decades-old fairy tale “Pinocchio” is told through the lens of Guillermo del Toro’s dark mind. This is not Disney’s version of “Pinocchio”. In his musical version of Toro, Del explores themes of fascism. The cast includes Christoph Waltz, Cate Blanchett, Tilda Swinton and Ewan McGregor. This movie is available for streaming on Netflix.

14. “Elvis”

HBO Max.

In “Elvis,” Baz Luhrmann’s vision transforms relatively unknown child star Austin Butler into a king. The unconventional biopic tells the life of Elvis Presley from the perspective of his former manager, Colonel Tom Parker, played by Tom Hanks. This movie is available to stream on HBO Max.

15. “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed”

Still only in limited theaters.

American photographer Nan Goldin’s lifelong work is told in “All Beauty and Blood”, but it’s not just photography. Directed by Laura Poitras, The documentary follows a series of lawsuits against pharmaceutical company Purdue that allege Goldin’s political activism and the sticky web of the Sackler family’s philanthropic activities in the art world sparked an opioid addiction and overdose crisis. Dig into how you crossed with Fama. The film has been released in limited theaters and is not yet available for streaming.

16. “Avatar: The Way of Water”

still in theaters.

Thirteen years later, Avatar: Path of Water delves into the journey of original Avatar protagonist Jake Sully’s family through adversity and loss. Director James Cameron builds a spiritual and visually compelling world in this sequel starring Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana. The film is still playing in theaters and is not yet available for streaming.

16. The Whale

still in theaters.

Brendan Fraser plays Charlie, the 600-pound central character in “The Whale.” Charlie is his father, an English teacher, who has terminal health problems and has a life expectancy of his one week.estranged daughter “Stranger Things” actor Sadie Sink. The film is adapted from an Off-Broadway play by Samuel D. Hunter. The film is still playing in theaters and is not yet available for streaming.

18. “Babylon”

still in theaters.

“La La Land,” directed by Damien Chazelle, takes you on a journey into the hedonism of 1920s Hollywood and the drug-addicted dreams of a bygone era. The film stars Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and newcomer Diego Calva, and his three-hour tale of filmmaking during a pivotal time for American cinema. The film is still playing in theaters and is not yet available for streaming.

19. “She Said”


Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as Jodie Kanter and Megan Twohy, New York Times reporters exposing decades of sexual assault and misconduct allegations against disgraced Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein To do. Their story sparked a global reckoning known as the #MeToo movement. This movie is streaming on his Peacock.

20. “Marcel the Shell in Shoes”

digital rental.

Marcel the Seashell in Shoes is a feature-length stop-motion animated film based on a YouTube short created by Jenny Slate, who voices Marcel in High Octave, and directed by Dean Fleischer Camp. The experience of being small, cute, and modest is at the heart of movies about mollusks. This movie is available for rent on Amazon.

21. “Triangle of Sadness”

digital rental.

Swedish filmmaker Ruben Ostlund has created a gritty social satire that explores race, wealth, social class and inequality. It stars the late Charubi Dean and Harris Dickinson as a model/influencer couple who end up on a sponsored yacht trip with other wealthy guests. Confusion occurs when you get to . The film later focuses on the maid-turned-mastermind Abigail, played by Dolly De Leon. This movie is available for rent on YouTube, Apple TV, and Amazon.

22. “Till”

digital rental.

In a drama about the lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955, director Sinonie Chukwu centers on Emmett’s mother Mamie Till Mobley, Played by Daniel Deadweiler. The film follows the aftermath of Emmett’s brutal murder, Mamie’s personal trauma, and her evolution into a civil rights activist. This movie is available for rent on YouTube, Apple TV, and Amazon.

23. “EO”

Still in limited theaters.

“EO” tells the story of a circus donkey who is separated from his owner and begins a long spiritual journey through the countryside of modern Poland and Italy where he meets kind and cruel humans.love letter to animals Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. ‘EO’ is still in select theaters and not yet available for streaming.

24. “Turning Red”


“Turning Red” is the first Pixar film to be directed exclusively by women. Directed by Dommie Xi, who also directed the Oscar-winning short film Bao, this animated film tells the coming-of-age story of a Chinese-Canadian eighth grader. A big, fluffy redhead transforming into her panda – a walking trope for a growing young woman, “Turning Red” is now available to stream on Disney+.

25. “No Bears”

Still in limited theaters.

Iranian director Jafar Panahi was banned from making films for 20 years in 2010. Nevertheless, he has since made five of his films, including ‘No Bears’. The film is a dramatization of Panahi making films along the Turkish-Iranian border. In July 2022, Panahi was arrested on old charges. He’s currently serving six years in prison and was unable to attend the premiere of “No Bears.”


For more information on the AP Top 25 movies, including vote breakdowns and individual votes, please visit the following hubs: https://apnews.com/hub/ap-top-25-movies.

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