There’s something special about watching a movie in the purest sense: no distractions, no interruptions, and just you and the screen. A movie puts you right in the middle of the story and lets you live every moment as if you were the main character. In 2022, not much has changed from today. We’re still obsessed with our smartphones, social media, and Netflix. What’s different is that we’re spending more time watching movies than anything else. The movie industry is booming, and movie theaters are experiencing a resurgence. Why? Because we’re craving quality and substance over noise and unnecessary distractions. Here’s a selection prepared by de.depositphotos.com
The Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a series of superhero films created by Marvel Studios. The MCU began in 2008 with Iron Man and has grown to include 18 film releases as well as television series, comics, and other multimedia projects. In the past decade, Disney acquired Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion. As a result of this acquisition, Disney also owns all live-action and animated pictures from Fox and Sony Pictures. Marvel Studios’ movies have grossed over $18 billion domestically and nearly $10 billion internationally since the release of Iron Man in 2008. This makes it one of the highest-grossing movie franchises ever.
Superheroes are the most popular movie genre in 2022. In fact, superhero movies have overtaken all others and now makeup 50% of the theatrical revenue. The reason is simple: people love feeling like they’re a part of the action. We love watching the protagonist, whether it’s Spider-Man or Wonder Woman, take on evil forces and save us from danger. Superheroes represent what we want to be: strong, brave, invincible. And we love getting lost in their stories for two hours as if it were our own.
No CGI, No Problem
I know what you’re thinking: why can’t we just enjoy our movies with a little CGI? Well, the future doesn’t include any CGI. In 2022, films are primarily filmed in front of a green screen, and all computer-generated imagery (CGI) is added digitally in post-production. You might think this sounds complicated, but it’s actually not that different from how CGI is used today. The only difference is that actors don’t have to worry about anything they say is taken out of context as they would with a traditional movie set. One reason for the change is that audiences today expect the best quality possible and are unwilling to accept less. The other reason is that producers and directors are tired of the limitations that come with using heavy amounts of CGI in their films. We want to see real life, not an imitation of it. We want to be able to watch movies on our phones, laptops, tablets—whatever screen we happen to be near at the time. And we want them now more than ever before because there’s so much happening in our lives at once: work, family obligations, social media… It’s easy for us to feel overwhelmed by everything going on around us and then dive into something simple like a movie for relief and comfort.
We’re craving quality and substance over noise and unnecessary distractions. Movies are a powerful form of storytelling. They allow people to be immersed in the story, making them feel like they’re living it. Watching a movie is one of the most immersive experiences available to us. It is an escape from our own reality and puts us into someone else’s shoes for two hours or more. This is why people will always crave watching movies. Movies have fallen out of favor because we’ve moved away from quality films that have complex narratives, interesting characters, and compelling stories. Blockbusters are being replaced by remakes and sequels that offer little depth or complexity to their plots. The focus on action, effects, and spectacle have left audiences feeling disappointed in Hollywood blockbusters. But as long as there are filmmakers who hold fast to telling deep and meaningful stories—and respect the power of movies—the industry can continue to thrive indefinitely.
Movies about women and minorities
Ever since the Weinstein scandal, Hollywood has been making a concerted effort to diversify its projects. This is evident in the slew of movies coming out featuring Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians. And in 2022, this will only continue to grow. Women are also experiencing an unprecedented moment in Hollywood. Women make up almost half of the directors on studio releases this year and these numbers are only going to increase as more women assume powerful roles in Hollywood. In short, you’re not going to want to miss out on these great movies so bookmark this article for when they come out!
The indie revolution
Indie films have always been around, but in 2022 they’ve finally hit the mainstream. People are no longer willing to sit through a 2-hour movie featuring forgettable characters, a lackluster plot, and a predictable ending. But with the rise of online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, people who loved indie films now have more options than ever. You can access some of the best movies ever made on Netflix or Amazon Prime for under $10 each – all without paying for an expensive cable package. Add in internet TV channels like HBO Go, Showtime Anytime, and Starz Play with original programming, and you’ve got a resurgence of quality cinema that doesn’t cost nearly as much as cable packages.
More foreign language films
will be released In 2022, you’ll notice a major increase in the number of foreign films. Since we’re spending more time watching movies than anything else, people are craving quality and substance over noise and unnecessary distractions. This means that Hollywood is being forced to step up their game and make better films with more substance. Some of these films will be in other languages, so we can take advantage of the vast diversity that this world has to offer.
Other to Watch
For the next year, we recommend these 10 movies to watch in 2022: 1. The Darkest Hour 2. Dunkirk 3. Dangal 4. Get Out 5. Logan 6. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 7. Split 8. Thor: Ragnarok 9. Wonder Woman 10. Wind River
There are many movies to watch after 2019, but these are the ones you should keep an eye out for. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been entertaining audiences since 2008, and it’s not going anywhere. Superheroes galore will continue to be major fixtures on the big screen, with franchises like Batman, Spiderman, X-Men and The Avengers continuing to grow. No CGI, no problem, as animators and visual effects artists continue to push the boundaries of what is possible on the big screen. And inspirational movies that center on women and minorities will continue to make their mark on the box office as audiences clamor for more. As Hollywood continues to diversify its talents, we will see more indie films, more foreign language films and more LGBTQ+ films. While there are many movies to watch in the 2020s, these are the ones you should keep an eye out for.