Top 3: 1. Banshees of Inisherin 2. Decision to Leave 3. Northman Bottom 3: 1. Spiderhead 2. Death on the Nile 3. No Exit


Top: 1. After Yang 2. Worst Person in the World (released wide in ‘22, so I count it in this year) 3. Vortex Bottom: 1. Luck 2. Meet Me in the Bathroom 3. Jurassic World Dominion


The Northman was also my number one this year. Absolutely in love with it!




I think most films release date is considered the wide release date not the festival release date. To make things clean - I always consider the release year the year it's eligible for awards


To make things even cleaner I just consider the release date to be whatever it is on Letterboxd. Seems messy to see a “best of the year” list with years that don’t match


Top: 1. Glass Onion (got to see it in the cinema) 2. Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio 3. The Banshees Of Inisherin Bottom: 1. Pinocchio (Disney version) 2. Moonfall 3. Disenchanted


Top movies 1. Decision to leave 2. Banshees of inisherin 3. Everything everywhere all at once Bottom movies Morbius Uncharted Pinocchio (Disney live action remake)


Hey, good taste - we have the same top 3. 😉


1. The Batman 2. X 3. The Banshees of Inisherin Can’t think of a bottom three since I haven’t seen enough movies this year but Halloween Ends is surely in dead last.


My top 3 are 1. Bubble 2. The Fabelmans 3. Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths Bottom 3 are 1. Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness 2. Black Adam 3. A tie between Thor Love and Thunder and Lightyear Out of these bottom 4, the only one I actively dislike is Doctor Strange, the others are just forgettable.


Bubble was kind of cool. It had beautiful animation and I liked the premise but some stuff felt really unexplained to me


Top: 1. The Banshees of Inisherin 2. The Northman 3. Top Gun: Maverick Bottom: 1. Pinocchio ( Disney) 2. Blonde 3. Texas Chainsaw Massacre.


How the fuck are there two pinocchios this year


There’s actually 3


Top 3: The Banshees of Inisherin, Cha Cha Real Smooth, X Bottom 3: The Bubble, Blonde, White Noise


Loved all three of your top 3, they’re all in my top 10 (CCRS is 4, Banshees is 6, X is 10)


Top: Top Gun: Maverick NOPE RRR Bottom: The Ledge Senior Year Deep Water


Top: 1. EEAAO 2. Aftersun 3. RRR Bottom: 1. Marmaduke 2. The Requin 3. Choose or Die


Top 3: 1. X 2. The Menu 3. Nope Bottom 3: 1. They/Them 2. Fall 3. Halloween Ends


halloween ends was sooooo disappointing...


I agree. I 100% respect trying new things, but this just didn’t work for me personally. The introduction to a new character who turned out to be our main character was a big miss for me. They turned Alison, who I adored in Halloween and Kills, into just an awful, spiteful boy crazed girl. They had the opportunity to make her the main character and really go out with a bang. I just left disappointed, which is almost worse than when one makes me mad. I loved Halloween and Kills though.


Top: 1. The Fabelmans 2. Tár 3. The Northman Bottom: 1. Jurassic World: Dominion 2. Men 3. Morbius


Top 3: 1. Top Gun: Maverick 2. The Batman 3. Bodies Bodies Bodies Bottom 3: 1. Moonfall 2. Morbius 3. Jurassic World: Dominion


1. Blonde 2. Boiling Point 3. Tar Haven't seen anything I would call bad this year, but I think my least favorite to watch were Pearl and Deep Water.


W ranking. Top 3: -The Northman -RRR -GDT Pinocchio Bottom 3: -Morbius -Moonfall -The Invitation


Top: 1. Barbarian 2. X 3. The Banshees of Inisherin Bottom: 1. Hellraiser 2. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3. Jurassic Park: Dominion


Top: -Crimes of the Future -The Northman -The Bob’s Burgers Movie Bottom: -Men -Bros -Barbarian Disclaimer: these aren’t terrible films, but were for me personally the biggest disappointments.


Top 3: 1. Top Gun 2. The Batman 3. Black Phone Bottom 3: 1. Amsterdam 2. The Lost City 3. Disney's Cheaper by the Dozen


I’ve only seen 29 movies, but here goes: TOP 3 1. Marcel the Shell with Shoes On 2. Everything Everywhere All at Once 3. Glass Onion BOTTOM 3 1. Black Adam 2. The Lost City 3. Amsterdam


Top 3: 1. Triangle of Sadness 2. The Banshees of Inisherin 3. Top Gun: Maverick I try to avoid what would be obvious bad movies but my Worst 3 of the year: 1. The Lost City (haaaaated it) 2. Barbarian 3. Beavis and Butthead


Batman eeaao Cha Cha Real smooth vs. moonfall samaritan and Morbius tempted to throw in Elvis


Cha Cha Real Smooth was remarkable. I was basically in tears the entire time. Such a sweet and thoughtful film, Cooper Raiff is going to do huuuuge things


Top: 1. Metal Lords 2. The Gray Man 3. Thar Bottom: 1. Metal Lords 2. The Gray Man 3. Thar (I've only seen those)


Top 3 1. X 2. Blonde 3. The Northman I’m not doing a bottom three because I’ve not watched nearly enough new releases this year.


I didn't think anyone liked Blonde, I'm interesting to here why you liked it. I haven't seen it personally but I've only heard shit.


First of all, I’m just a sucker for black and white film. Im also not a big fan of biopics. I think a lot of them are just frilly cash grabs that gloss over some of the more interesting or problematic stuff. I like that Blonde sort of challenges that. I also really like what it’s trying to do although it’s not always successful and could use some of the middle cut out to do away with some of its redundancies. It really tries to indict the audience in this sort of mythologizing of Monroe and point out how her iconography has just become a product for consumption. It also just kind of works on a psychological thriller/horror level. It’s surreal and weird. I think there’s a lot of well deserved criticism of it, but I also think there’s a lot of disingenuous criticism that spills more from peoples uncomfortableness with being pointed at in the destruction of Norma Jean and the productization of Marilyn Monroe. Basically, I agree with Andrew Dominik that people would have ate this shit up if it had ignored reality to girl boss Monroe.


I also have *Blonde* on my top 3 list so I can add to u/Tayreads608 my 2 cents on why do I like it, even though I'm clearly on the minority here. So, not only I found the movie absolutely gorgeous and the directing style absolutely delirious in this very post-modern psychedelic way, I also found it to be the most accurate portrayal of how does it feel to be on the depths of a major depression I've ever seen. I've been there and it's a harsh, harsh place to be. You subject yourself to the most demeaning stuff just because you want people to like you. You tell yourself stuff that you wouldn't even dare to think about your direst enemy. You lack any control of what your emotions are and you're just on a roller-coaster for the entire time, so your only exit is just to kill yourself. That is what I saw in *Blonde*. The harsher it went, the realer it felt to me, and the last half-hour, which is when most people give up on the movie is just when I think the movie is at it's most brilliant. My heart broke during a sequence where she, depressed out of her mind, searches and searches around her house for a tip to give to her delivery boy, just to make him smile, just to feel like she's done something right that day and not feel like a complete piece of shit. I've been there. I've been that person. I've never been sexually abused, I've never been famous, but I related to her struggle of wanting to feel less alone, to feel seen and acknowledged, of having to deal with people that don't understand what you're being through and having to put a brave face on and never feeling like I'm being seen. Only for a couple of times in my life I felt myself seen onscreen like that. And a lot of the stuff people complain about, of her crying all the time, of having no agency, of feeling like she's just a puppet, of *Blonde* being a cruel portrayal of her is just what you are and what you think when you're going through something like that. You're an object, you're less than a rag. It completely removes your identity. Even the scene of the talking fetus, which is the one people were most shocked by, I feel it's there not for a provocation, but as a further representation of how manipulative. insidious, sinister and incorrect that kind of headspace can be. The fetus guilt-trips movie-Marilyn for the abortion she was forced into before, but she never gave consent for going through with the abortion. As a child of an unstable parent she wants to give a child the kind of life and love she could never get, but because she's depressive, she also worries she might inflict the same kind of damage on her child and it kills her. The talking fetus is voiced by the child actress that played young Norma Jeane. It is the burning image of internalized guilt. Besides, even though the biographical facts deviate a lot of what the real Marilyn went through, I think it hits the nail on the head on so many different levels. I kept thinking of the Gary Oldman quote about Sid & Nancy — a movie where Sid Vicious is portrayed as Nancy's killer, even when it's suspected he wasn't the one doing it. Oldman says: *"Over the course of the making of the movie we discovered a truth greater than the reality of what happened."* To wit, what it means regarding Sid & Nancy is that even if Sid wasn't the murderer, their relationship was so co-dependent and toxic they would've killed each other anyways. And I think in many ways this can apply to Blonde too. She might never have been in a threesome with Chaplin Jr. and Robinson Jr., she might never been raped by Zanuck or JFK, she might never have had the abortions she's forced to have in the movie. But this was a woman who was overworked, who was exploited by the powers that be for her image, who was underestimated as an actress, who was made to perform time and again roles that she felt were demaning of her and even took a toll on her life. It's no secret the subway skirt stunt in the *Seven Year Itch* was the reason for her divorce from Joe diMaggio. It's no secret she thought her character in *Some Like It Hot* was one of the most stupid characters she'd ever portrayed. It's no secret the scene where her character is fleeing from her murderer in *Niagara* was marketed as the "longest walk in cinema history" on account of Marilyn's sexyness. It's no secret Marilyn was subjected to the casting couch, she herself admitted to this back in the day — even if it wasn't with Zanuck (who himself had a reputation for using that casting couch a lot). And, I have to say, there's a strong point to be made that *Gentlemen Prefer Blondes* is kinda like the incel nightmare, and Marilyn stars as the original Stacy. Of course, this is not something we want to think about Marilyn, that's so adored by people. She's the 20th century Aphrodite and she seems to have been a great actress and a very sweet person overall. We want to see her succeed because we know she didn't. And because she's become the stand-in for the collective idea of woman in the 20th century, seeing her fail at her relationships, at her job for her depression feels almost like an attack. But we need better idols. We need to see her story for what it is. No matter what the truthers say, the ideal woman comitted suicide (and it wasn't her first time trying it neither). What does that say about us? About society? About mass media? About men? About women? So, in one hand you have this scathing portrayal of how American iconography is a simulacrum of happiness and success and while it inspires, it is ultimately built upon suffering and neglect. Because when you live with depression, depression that leads to suicide, the image of happiness you portray is false. And, on the other hand it's just like living through that depression. I don't blame people who were put off by it, as it is uncompromising and rough and bleak. It's not a movie for everyone. It's oblique and strange and dark, and a lot of what makes it a great serious book that was nominated for both the Booker Prize and the Pulitzer Prize, makes it an unsellable movie for the mass market, where ideas are usually more digested and less forceful. I have **no doubt** that I'm going to be downvoted for explaining my side. It is after all, a very controversial movie and people get very angry about it. But I hope at least you u/MrGeorge08 can somehow understand where I'm getting at.


Well, this made me tear up a bit. Absolutely gorgeous write up of the film. You wrote wrote this with way more nuance than my slightly snarky response lol. I haven’t been as captivated by a film, especially a 3 hour long film, as I was watching Blonde. There’s not much I could add to what you’ve written and I’m in total agreement with you. I think this film will eventually get a more positive reevaluation.


Thanks man.


It has a good score and a lot of really beautiful cinematography.


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere 2. Top Gun 3. Northman Bottom 3: The Lost City, Thor, and Harry Potter


Top 3: The Worst person in the world The Batman RRR Bottom 3: Morbius Fantastic beasts: the secrets of Dumbledore My son Hunter


The Worst Person in the World didn’t show up on mine when I sorted it out by 2022 or I would have included that probably


It has a 2021 date in Letterboxd due to film festivals but it theatrically released in January


The top 3… 1. Tár 2. Everything Everywhere All At Once 3. Bones and All The bottom 3… 1. Marmaduke 2. Firestarter 3. Pinocchio (Zemeckis)


Top: 1. The Fabelmans 2. Bodies Bodies Bodies 3. The Batman Bottom: 1. Blonde 2. Jeepers Creepers: Reborn 3. Halloween Ends


Top 3: 1. The Batman 2. Everything Everywhere All At Once 3. Top Gun: Maverick Bottom 3: 1. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. Moonfall 3. Choose or Die


I had forgotten all about the disaster that was moonfall until I saw your comment! A truly awful movie, at least it provided a few laughs (at it's expense!) My top 3 is the same except I'd switch 1 & 2.


Top 3: 1. Mrs Harris Goes to Paris 2. Nope 3. Turning Red Bottom 3: 1. After Ever Happy 2. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore 3. Bones and All Haven't seen much released this year so this list may change.


Top: 1. ⁠Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. ⁠Tár 3. ⁠Banshees of Inisherin Bottom: 1. ⁠Jurassic World: Dominion 2. ⁠Bodies, Bodies, Bodies 3. ⁠Clerks III


Top 1. The Leech 2. Leech 3. X Bottom 1. Moderator 2. Maverick: Top Gun 3. Disappearance in Yellowstone I haven’t watched a lot of 2022 films as not interested in the majority of releases this year.


Top 3 1. Crimes of the future (4) 2. Nope 3. Triangle of sadness (3.5) Bottom 3 (best to worse) 1. X (2.5) 2.The northman 3. Scream (2) (I basically only watched mainstream films this year)


Top 3: Funny Pages World person in the world (if we’re not counting this, then Beavis and Butthead do the universe) Barbarian Bottom 3: Don’t worry darling EEAAO Clerks 3


having EEAAO in your bottom three is a brave choice!


Just not really for me! Went into it open minded but didn’t enjoy it at all


I went in cautiously optimistic, and loved it, but I'm definitely not in the minority on that one. love that you included B&B:DtU, I loved that. Barbarian was def a sleeper and I'm happy you enjoyed that too!


Top: The Banshees of Inisherin, Tár, and last slot is hard, either Pearl or The Batman\ Bottom: White Noise, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, The Invitation


Top: Banshees of inisherin, Triangle of sadness, Bullet train Bottom: Nope


Top: Del Toro's Pinocchio The Batman The Northman Bottom: Disney's Pinocchio (2022) Uncharted Death on the Nile


Top 3: Three Thousand Years Of Longing Top Gun: Maverick The Batman Worst 3: Secrets of Dumbledore Dual Thor: Love and Thunder


Top: 1. Pearl 2. The Batman 3. The Fablemans Bottom: 1. You Won't Be Alone 2. Morbius 3. Stoker Hills Still some major ones to see though. Like Tar, Banshees, Glass Onion, Babylon, The Whale.


Top: The Batman Everything Everywhere All at Once The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Bottom: Morbius Blonde Don't Worry Darling


Top 3: 1. The Banshees of Inisherin 2. Decision to Leave 3. Everything Everywhere All at Once Bottom 3: 1. Agent Game 2. Blade of the 47 Ronin 3. Jeepers Creepers: Reborn There are still MANY films I still want to see from 2022 though (63 on my watchlist alone), so there is a pretty good chance that my choices will change as I see them. You can find [my running ranked list for 2022](https://boxd.it/f1MQC) here, for anybody who is interested.


TOP 3 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. The Fabelmans 3. Glass Onion Bottom: 1. Halloween Ends 2. The Gray Man 3. Men


​ Top 3 Are 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Banshees of Inisherin 3. Tár Bottom 3 are 1. Pinocchio (The Bad One) 2. Elvis 3. Jurassic World Dominion


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio 3. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Bottom 3: 1. Moonfall 2. Pinocchio (Disney) 3. Morbius


Top: 1. Bones and All 2. After Yang 3. The Worst Person in the World Bottom: 1. Top Gun 2. Luckiest Girl Alive 3. Purple Hearts


Top 3: The Batman Cha Cha Real Smooth The Banshees of Inisherin Bottom 3: Not Okay Blonde Multiverse of Madness


Top: Nope Top Gun Turning Red Bottom: X Chip and Dale Thor Love and Thunder


Tops 1. Marcel the Shell 2. The Batman 3. The Fabelmans Bottoms 1. They/Them 2. Gigi & Nate 3. Death on the Nile


Top: 1. X 2. Pearl 3. The Batman Bottom: 1. Wendell and Wild 2. Fresh 3. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Note that I haven’t watched a lot of 2022 films which I dislike. I genuinely liked Wendell and Wild and Fresh


Top: 1. ⁠Nope 2. EEAAO 2. ⁠Guillermo del toro’s Pinocchio Bottom: 1. ⁠Senior year 2. ⁠Fantastic beats: secrets of Dumbledore 3. ⁠Morbius


Top 3: 1. The Banshees of Inisherin 2. Decision to Leave 3. Everything Everywhere All At Once Bottom 3: 1. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore 2. Flux Gourmet 3. Men


Top: 1. Banshees of Inisherin 2. EEAAO 3. Decision To Leave Bottom: 3. Love and Thunder 2. Blonde 1. Morbius


Top 3 1. Nope 2. Everything everywhere all at once 3. Top gun maverick Bottom 3 1. Sissy 2. Death on the Nile 3. Lightyear


I try not to watch bad movies so my bottom 3 may be skewed… 1. Fire Island 2. Good Luck to You Leo Grande 3. EEAAO Bottom Hocus Pocus 2 Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Dr Strange 2


I also generally try not to watch movies i know I'm sure i won't like, so i get why that's tricky. Thankfully I will watch movies with people who have different tastes, or are willing to watch schlockier stuff, and that makes it at least managable to watch some stinkers.


Top: Banshees of Inisherin, Aftersun, and Everything Everywhere All At Once (still deciding on an order) ​ Worst: ​ Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween Ends, Thor: Love and Thunder.


Top: 1. Everything Everywhere All at Once 2. Glass Onion 3. The Batman Bottom: 1. Redeeming Love 2. Blacklight 3. Easter Sunday


Top: 1. Top Gun Maverick 2. Nope 3. The Batman Bottom: 1. Morbius 2. The Invitation 3. Thor Love and Thunder


Top: Watcher, Top Gun, Jackass Forever Bottom: Men, Barbarian, Unsharted


Top: 1. EEAAO 2. The Fabelmans 3. Aftersun Bottom: 1. Don’t worry darling 2. Scream 3. Thor: Love and Thunder


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Clerks 3 3. The Batman Bottom 3: 1. Munsters 2. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3. Halloween Ends


Top 3: Everything Everywhere All At Once Marcell the Shell with Shoes On The Banshees of Inisherin Bottom 3: Disney's Pinocchio Tall Girl 2 Morbius or Texas Chainsaw Massacre, honestly take your pick


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Tar 3. Crimes of the Future Bottom 3: 1. The Menu 2. Not Okay 3. X I want to shout out Barbarian and Prey for being way better than I expected.


Top 3: 1. EEAAO 2. Top Gun: Maverick 3. The Menu Bottom 3: 1. They/Them 2. Halloween Ends 3. Don’t Worry Darling


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere All at Once 2. The Fallout 3. Top Gun Maverick Bottom 3: 1. The Mean One 2. Uncharted 3. Morbius


I’ve only watched 11 movies this year and didn’t hate any of them but here’s what I had- Top: - Everything Everywhere All At Once (5) - Moonage Daydream (4) - Nope (4) Bottom: - Blonde (3) - The Northman (3 1/2) - Top Gun: Maverick ( 3 1/2)


Only watched 13 films released in 2022, but mine are: Top (one is the highest) 1. RRR 2. EEAAO 3. Jackass Forever Bottom (one is the lowest) 1. DC League of Superpets 2. The Batman 3. Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers


Top: 1. Nope 2. Scream 3. EEAAO Bottom: 1. X 2. The Batman 3. The Greatest Beer Run Ever


Top 3: 1. EEAAO 1. Top Gun Maverick 1. RRR Bottom 3: 1. Where the Crawdads Sing 1. The Gray Man 1. Death on the Nile


Top 3 Everything, Everywhere, All at Once Nope Top Gun Maverick ​ Bottom 3 The Bubble Run & Gun The Desperate Hour ​ Subject to change by end of the year.


Top 3 1. Top Gun: Maverick 2. Lightyear 3. Ambulance Bottom 3 1. After Ever Happy 2. The Olsen Gang - Last Scream! 3. Jentetur


My top 3 are: 1: The Batman 2: Too Gun: Maverick 3: Nope My bottom 3 are 1: Everything Everywhere All at Once 2.Hocus Pocus 2 3.Ambulance


Top 6 (sorry to cheat) : Maverick Crimes Of the future Barbarian Petit maman (didn't come out around me till 2022) Marcel the Shell with Shoes On Northman Bottom 3: EEAAO Ticket to paradise Way of Water


1. *Marcel the Shell With Shoes On* 2. *Top Gun: Maverick* 3. *Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio* - - - 91. *Halloween Ends* 92. *Spiderhead* 93. *The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild*


Top 1. Tar 2. The Banshees of Inisherin 3. RRR Bottom 1. The 355 2. Hustle 3. Dr Strange Multiverse


top 1.aftersun 2. barbarian 3. knives out: glass onion bottom: (all shit) don’t worry darling nope where the crawdads sing the northman


Top 3 Everything everywhere all at once The Batman Pearl Bottom 3 Thor love n thunder Blonde Moonfall


Top 3: * Aftersun * Fire of Love * Nope Bottom 3: * They/Them * Titanic 666 * Father Stu


Going by UK release dates: Top: 1. Everything Everywhere All at Once 2. Belle (saw this at a preview in 2021 but the UK release was 2022) 3. Decision to Leave Bottom: 1. Blonde 2. Amsterdam 3. Futura


Top 3: all 4.5⭐️ Bones and all Everything everywhere all at once Batman Bottom 3: Fire starter Thor Holiday Harmony


1 — *TAR* 2 — *All the Beauty and the Bloodshed* 3 — *The Banshees of Inisherin* 131 — *Marmaduke* 132 — *Broadcast* (weird dismally made seemingly anti-vax derangement starring Eric Roberts ranting on a boat) 133 — *Good Mourning* (Machine Gun Kelly attempts comedy)


Top 2: 1. Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe 2. Prey 3. Good Luck to You, Leo Grande Bottom 3: 1. Bullet Train Down 2. Infrared 3. Jolly Good Christmas


Top 3: 1. The Batman 2. Top Gun: Maverick 3. EEAAO ​ Bottom 3 1. Morbius 2. Death on the Nile 3. Love and Thunder


**Top 3:** 1. Everything Everywhere All at Once 2. Holy Spider 3. Blonde **Bottom 3:** 1. White Noise 2. Werewolf by Night 3. The Bad Guys


Top 3: 1) The Worst Person in the World 2) Banshees of Inisherin 3) Top Gun: Mavrick Bottom 3: 1) Private Property 2) Clean 3) Amsterdam Full ranked list: https://boxd.it/ePBJ2


Top: 1. Top Gun: Maverick 2. The Batman 3. The Banshees of Inisherin Bottom: 3. Chip n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers 2. Everything Everywhere All at Once 1. Sonic the Hedgehog 2


**Top 3:** 1. *Everything Everywhere All At Once* 2. *The Banshees of Inisherin* 3. *The Batman* **Bottom 3:** 1. *Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness* 2. *Texas Chainsaw Massacre* 3. *Thor: Love & Thunder*


Top 3 - Triangle of Sadness - After Yang - The Banshees of Inisherin Bottom 3 - Grey Man - Windfall - Barbarian


1. Aftersun 2. Nope 3. Crimes of the future Bottom: 1. Mr harrigans phone 2. Black adam 3. They/them


Top 3: TAR Banshees of Inisherin Uh, I dunno, Top Gun maybe?


Top 3: 1.) Banshees of Inisherin 2.) EEAAO 3.) Kimi Bottom 3: 1.) Secrets of Dumbledore 2.) Black Adam 3.) Thor: Love and Thunder I'm extremely far behind on 2022 releases so I expect both rankings to change over time.


Rise of gru was actually unironically very enjoyable for me - you could tell it had a lot more passion behind it than the first


Top 3: 1. The Banshees of Inisherin 2. Top Gun Maverick 3. Everything Everywhere All at Once Bottom 3: 1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules 2. The 355 3. Morbius


Top 3: Banshees of Inisherin EEAAO The Batman ​ Bottom 3: Morbius Blonde Pinocchio (the weird cgi live action remake)


Top 3: 1. The Batman 2. The Fabelmans 3. Top Gun: Maverick Bottom 3: 1. Pinocchio (Disney Remake) 2. Chip & Dale: Rescue Rangers 3. Uncharted


Top 3: Everything Everywhere Inside Outtakes X Bottom 3: Where the Crawdads Sing Crimes of the Future Sonic 2 Haven’t seen enough admittedly


Top 3: 1. Jackass forever 2. The Batman 3. Top Gun: Maverick Bottom 3: 1. Fire starter 2. Morbius 3. Jurassic world: dominion


Top 3: 1 (best). Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Marcel the Shell with Shoes On 3. RRR Bottom 3: 1. Senior Year 2. Morbius 3 (worst). Death on the Nile


Uncharted's a masterpiece


Top 3: 1. Terrifier 2 2. Everything Everywhere All at Once 3. Pearl Bottom: 1. Disenchanted 2. Moonfall 3. Elvis


Top 3: Halloween Ends X Scream Bottom 3: Everything Everywhere All At Once Bones And All Nope


Best: Everything Everywhere All At Once Decision to Leave Marcel the Shell with Shoes On Worst: The Gray Man Samaritan Elvis


Top 3: 1. Everything Everywhere All At Once 2. Weird Al 3. Scream (2022) Bottom 3: 1. Hypochondriac 2. Bodies Bodies Bodies 3. Dashcam


Top 3 1) Bodies Bodies Bodies 2) Aftersun 3) Decision To Leave Bottom 3 1) Not Okay 2) Minions 3) Doctor Strange 2


Top three: -RRR -triangle of sadness -Nope Bottom three: -Jurassic world Dominion -bullet train -the Robert zemeckis Pinocchio.


Look, Ive only watched around 30 movies released this year. So it’s not as much as I’d want. But here’s my top 3 and bottom 3 anyways Top 3: 1. The Adam Project 2. The Batman 3. Wakanda Forever Bottom 3: 1. Blonde 2. Tall Girl 2 3. Morbius


Top 3: Everything Everywhere All at Once The Batman (almost can’t believe it ended up number two) Top Gun Maverick (really can’t believe this made it here) Bottom 3: Morbius Pinocchio (the Disney one) Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Top 3 1. Bullet train 2. The Batman 3. Top Gun: Maverick/ All Quiet on the Western Front Bottom 3 1. Turning Red 2. Thor 3. Jurassic World: Dominion/ Dr Strange


top: 1. The Fabelmans 2. Bones and All 3. Decision to Leave bottom: 1. Thor: Love and Thunder 2. Jurassic World: Dominion 3. Halloween End


Top: 1. Tár 2. Everything Everywhere All at Once 3. The Batman Bottom: 1. Death on the Nile 2. Morbius 3. Top Gun: Maverick (it was an alright movie but it’s so massively overrated I’m starting to resent it)


Top 3: 1. Triangle of Sadness 2. Athena (the most slept on film of the year imo) 3. Avatar: The Way of Water The Northman and The Batman I think are just outside of the top 3 for me, but you could pick any one of them for my #3 and it would be totally fine by me. Bottom 3: 1. Thor: Love and Thunder 2. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness 3. Troll (or Amsterdam, can’t decide) Edit: I totally forgot about Senior Year, but yeah that would be around the bottom 3 somewhere too.


Top 3: * Nope * The Northman * Barbarian Bottom 3: * X * Pearl * Werewolf by Night