4 Latest Films Recommended for End of Year 2022 Watch

The latest movies to watch are fun to fill your 2022 year-end holidays. These films released in 2022 are the most recommended.

If you are having doubts about enjoying your late 2022 holidays by traveling to tourist attractions due to extreme weather, staying at home watching the latest movies seems no less enjoyable.

For this reason, below we have selected four of the newest films that you must watch while you are on holiday at the end of 2022, quoted from Antara:

  1. Le Pupille

This Italian short film was directed by Alice Rohrwacher and produced by Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuaron.

Le Pupille is about the lives of girls living in an Orthodox Christian orphanage during a time of war. There, they are educated strictly and must follow strict rules of tara krama.

Ahead of Christmas Eve, the children prepared spiritual songs to present and pray for the local community.

However, the story becomes more exciting when they are confronted by a cake made by one of the residents which contains 70 eggs.

With a short duration, “Le Pupille” can bring the warmth of Christmas with a unique and interesting approach. Not infrequently the audience will be intrigued, even want to join the children.

The film, which previously aired at Cannes, can be watched on Disney+ Hotstar.

  1. The Fablemans

Watching Steven Spielberg’s work in the holiday season seems to be a must for those who like watching movies.

This year, the director brings his personal story in the form of a feature-length film titled “The Fablemans” which is still showing in several cinemas in Indonesia.

The film summarizes the filmmaker’s journey, story, family, and love for film and cinema.

Even though the duration is quite long, it feels like the magic that is presented through the series of frames is not enough to be embraced because it is so beautiful and warm.

Spielberg also seems to want to remind the audience of the first film they watched in theaters.

The feeling when they first enter a dark room with thunderous sound and experience the film with other audiences, to why they still love cinema to this day.

  1. The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

For fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, don’t worry because James Gunn is back with “The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special” to accompany the Christmas holidays.

This special content is filled with the joy of a cute and fun Christmas, and it’s arguably one of the best content Marvel Studios has released in recent times.

The short film “Guardians” exudes cheer with lots of Christmas ornaments and Kevin Bacon! The film still comes with Gunn’s characteristics and character, complete with humor and the right emotional portion.

Not only that, but the film pays homage to several nostalgic elements of Christmas, from the selection of songs to other interesting references.

“The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special” can be watched on Disney+ Hotstar.

  1. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

The story of “Pinocchio” has been adapted by various approaches and film studios over time.

However, directors Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson have their own way of telling the story of the wooden doll and Gepetto in an enchanting stop-motion animation format.

With an array of inventive characters and heartfelt scenes, Del Toro and Gustafson balance visually stunning content with cutting dialogue that carefully tackles the themes they carry.

Not only filled with joy through songs and elements of humor, the director’s approach, which is honest and carried out with great care, also brings up themes of loss, regret, the meaning of love, and happiness in life.

“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” is a perfect spectacle from various aspects and is able to tickle the audience to explore themselves from the questions and dialogue presented in the film.

This film can be watched on Netflix.

That’s a summary of the four newest films that you recommend watching for the end of 2022 holidays.

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