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Awards Radar Community: What Was Your Favorite Movie From the First Half of 2022?

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Yesterday, I kicked off the month of July when I shared my picks (here) for the best films and performances from the first half of the year. I cited the flicks, actors, actresses, and below the line talent who most struck a chord with me throughout 2022 so far. Almost 120 movies in, those were my selections. Today, the tables are being turned. Yes, this weekend’s Awards Radar Community Question is asking you for your picks. What are your favorite films from 2022’s first half? Whatever it was that moved you in January, February, March, April, May, and June is fair game, so let us know!

If you’re like me, you’re probably partial to Everything Everywhere All At Once and Top Gun: Maverick. Then again, if you’re like Myles, you’re likely a big fan of RRR. There are also other things that could strike your fancy in a big way. They include Cha Cha Real Smooth, The Northman, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and more. It’s been a good first half to the year, so you’re certainly not lacking for choices, that’s for sure.

Now, it’s your turn to chime in. Which titles so far this year have struck your fancy in the biggest way. Feel free to mention performances too, if you’re partial to a few. Consider this an open forum, so have fun and let them loose…

What was your favorite film so far in 2022? Let us know!


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1 year ago

Turning Red and Cha Cha Real Smooth are my favorites so far.

1 year ago

Turning Red and Top Gun: Maverick are the only two I can see making it to the end of the year Top 10 list.

Robert Hamer
1 year ago

Only one movie I’ve seen so far this year opened with a lengthy disclaimer assuring me that no animals were harmed during the production, before showing off one of its heroes wrestling a tiger bare-handed, so…



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