Happy New Year! I hope you all had a nice holiday season, but now I guess we have to get back to work. Bummer. 2022 may be in the rearview, but we’re still looking back at the film and TV highlights of the year.
In recent days, the /Film editors have been releasing their own personal picks for the Best Movies of 2022, and this latest /Film newsletter rounds up those lists below (and there are still more lists to come).
Have You Heard the News?
Rian Johnson says that any connection between Edward Norton’s dimwitted Glass Onion billionaire character and Elon Musk and his disastrous purchase of Twitter is a “horrible, horrible accident.”
The upcoming fourth Conjuring film could be the end of the road for the Warrens.
Netflix canceled its series 1899 after one season.
Leslie Grace shared some behind-the-scenes images from the canceled Batgirl movie.
The first trailer for the new Evil Dead movie, Evil Dead Rise, drops tomorrow. For now, here’s a teaser to get you in the spooky mood.
Avatar 3 will introduce a villainous Na'vi fire nation called the Ash People.
Barbara Walters has died at age 93.
Jeff Ewing reviews the new Tom Hanks film A Man Called Otto.
Erin Brady reviews the Netflix series Kaleidoscope, which is meant to be watched out of order.
Features and Exclusives
Here we go! Let’s look at our editors’ picks for the best movies of 2022!
First, here are my top 10 films of the year.
Ben Pearson's Top 10 Films Of 2022.
BJ Colangelo's Top 10 Films Of 2022.
Sandy Schaefer's Top 10 Films Of 2022.
Hannah Shaw-Williams' Top 10 Films Of 2022.
Ariel Fisher's Top 10 Films Of 2022.
Sarah Bea Milner's Top 10 Films Of 2022.
And stay tuned, because there are still more lists to come!
Video of the Day
Patrick H. Willems has a great new video singing the praises of Michael Bay’s latest slice of Bayhem, Ambulance.
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