Movie reviews 2022 | The cinema magazine

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Movie Reviews 2022 | The cinema magazine






























Secret Cop (2021) Review – BFI Flare “Secret Cop” (2021), by Icelandic international footballer Hannes Þór Halldórsson, is an extravagant and entertaining cop buddy movie. Reviews by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
The Bubble (2022) Review Judd Apatow’s 2022 comedy “The Bubble,” released by Netflix and featuring an all-star ensemble led by Karen Gillan, parodies the entertainment industry’s response to the pandemic. Commentary by Nick Armstrong.
Morbius (2022) Review Jared Leto stars in the Sony-Marvel Spider-verse movie “Morbius,” from director Daniel Espinosa, and the result lacks some much-needed bite. Reviews by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
The Real Things (2022) Review Ruth Wilson and Tom Burke star in Harry Wootliff’s “True Things” (2022), an erotically charged drama-thriller adapted from Deborah Kay Davies’ “True Things About Me.” Review by Joseph Wade.
Turn Red (2022) Review Pixar’s 2022 Disney Plus animated film “Turning Red,” a “passionate and personal work” from “Bao” director Domee Shi, has “big emotional beats galore.” Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Belfast Review (2022) Kenneth Branagh’s black-and-white Oscar-nominated film ‘Belfast’ features 4 standout performances, including one by Judi Dench that’s worth the price of admission. Opinion of Joseph Wade.
Run Away (2022) Review Riz Ahmed and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau bring “Flee” to the big screen, an animated docu-drama about an Afghan asylum seeker nominated for 3 Oscars. Review by Joseph Wade.
Batman (2022) Review A bold and distinct new take on the Caped Crusader, Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” (2022) starring Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz, reviewed by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) Review David Blue Garcia brings Leatherface back in Netflix horror film ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022), a sequel to Tobe Hooper’s film with few redeeming features. Review by Kieran Judge.



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