As we begin a new year, I like to reflect on my personal movie watching hobby. I am currently in the midst of my 30th year on this earth, and […]
As we begin a new year, I like to reflect on my personal movie watching hobby. I am currently in the midst of my 30th year on this earth, and every year I have gotten more excited, educated and enthralled by movies. I am by no means an expert. I would rather call myself an enthusiast. I love the discussion and the dissection. It is all subjective, and everyone’s tastes is different.
That is the biggest lesson I have learned in recent years. Don’t gate keep movie watching. Be passionate. That is totally fine. Just don’t talk down to anyone. I catch myself sometimes. Let’s all just enjoy what movies bring.
Below are all the movies I have seen (thus far) that were released in the year 2022.
They are in alphabetical order.
I logged 76 movies on my personal movie list that were released in the year 2022. I logged 82 viewings on Letterboxd.
Most Watched Directors
Highest Rated Directors
Most Watched Stars
Highest Rated Stars
Letterboxd List Completion
Rating By Release Year
Most Viewed Crew & Studios
Michael Uslan and Jason Blum jump into my producer list this year, knocking out Thomas Toll and Steven Spielberg.
Willam Hoy jumps to number two in my editors list. Christopher D. Lozinski also jumps into the top five. Chris Wagner drops to number number four.
In cinematography, Bill Pope and Oliver Wood swap spots from last year. Roger Deakins jumps into my top five this year, knocking out Janusz Kaminski.
In Production Design, Rick Heinrichs hops into my top five replacing Kevin Thompson.
In Art Direction, it is the same as Production Design; Brad Ricker takes the five spot and knocks out Brad Ricker.
This category in a row…Thomas Nittmann takes a seat on the bench and is replaced by Doug Spilatro.
In composers…I mean poor John Williams. No longer in the top five and replaced by Michael Giacchino.
The sound category gets a bit more shake up: Kevin O’Connell and Christopher Assells swap spots. Michael Semanick drops from number four last year to number five, and Ron Bartlett hops into the four spot.
Come costumes, Judianna Makovsky stays in the top five, dropping one spot. Ellen Mirojnick gets into my top five at number four.
Only swap in the make-up area is Edouard F. Henriques dropping from four to five, and Allan A. Apone moving up a spot.
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