The world of cinema has brought us some of the most thought-provoking and emotionally-charged movies in recent years. From the action-packed “Anna” to the haunting “Monster,” each film has left a lasting impression on viewers. “Lady Bird” explores the complexities of teenage life and mother-daughter relationships, while “Woman Power” empowers and celebrates women of all backgrounds. “Malcolm & Marie” presents an intense examination of a tumultuous relationship, showcasing the powerful performances of its lead actors. These movies tackle themes of love, power, and the human experience in their own unique way, leaving audiences captivated and moved. Join us as we take a closer look at the top 5 movies of 2021 and 2022 and the impact they’ve made on the film industry.
Fox (Amy Adams) is a housebound child psychologist with agoraphobia who finds herself spying from the window of her New York home on the seemingly perfect new family that lives in the building opposite. She is perfect until she witnesses a brutal crime. Which leads her to discover that nothing and no one is what it seems. Based on the gripping bestselling novel adapted by Tracy Letts. The Woman at the Window is a suspenseful psychological thriller.
Monster tells the story of Steve Harmon (Kelvin Harrison, Jr.). A brilliant 17-year-old student whose world collapses when he is accused of murder. The film follows the dramatic trajectory of an intelligent and affable Harlem film student at an elite high school through complex legal battles that could sentence him to life in prison.
Lady Bird (2017)
Lady Bird is the stage name of Christine (Saoirse Ronan). A teenager who lives in Sacramento with her family and feels like a prisoner in her life. She goes to a Catholic school and has unexciting friendships. For this reason, having reached the age where dissatisfaction and the need to escape from oneself reign supreme. She wants to move to New York to attend college. An adorable film, a mixture of nonsense, in which it will be difficult not to find some reference to one’s own experience. Absolutely not to be missed.
Woman Power (2022)
The revolution begins at school Vivian (Hadley Robinson) is a seemingly shy sixteen-year-old who prefers to go straight and go unnoticed. But when the arrival of a new student (Alycia Pascual-Peña) forces her to examine the out-of-control behavior of her classmates that is rampant at school. She realizes she’s had enough. Taking inspiration from her mother’s (Amy Poehler) rebellious past, Vivian anonymously publishes Moxie. A clandestine fanzine that denounces the prejudices and wrongs suffered in high school. Unexpectedly giving life to a real movement.
Malcolm & Marie (2021)
A film director (John David Washington) returns home with his fiancée (Zendaya) after the triumph of the preview of one of his films, confident of imminent financial and critical success. However, the evening takes an unexpected turn when some revelations about the couple’s relationship begin to emerge. Which put a strain on their solidity. A romantic drama that will get people talking.
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