A filmmaker must possess the following three qualities: passion, endurance, and perseverance. It’s much simpler said than done to be a cinematographer, but if you’re enthusiastic about it and know how to do it, you can pursue it as a profession. Because it is a challenging career route, some people continue to make films just out of passion and as a pastime. Nonetheless, if you are one of those individuals who enjoys making movies as a pastime and is used to hearing compliments about your skill, then this is a definite sign that you are not just enthusiastic about but also skilled in the craft.

So far, 2022 has been the best year for movies. 2022 has gifted movie maniacs some of the iconic movies of all time – Top Gun Maverick, Elvis, Everything Everywhere all at Once, The Batman, and The Northman. That is just the beginning, and we are still waiting for some of the movies yet to be released. Here are some of the highly anticipated movies for the rest of 2022. We recommend you mark your calendars for these top picks.


Brahmastra: Part One-Shiva

After several Indian movies like RRR, KGF and Vikram hit the highest grossing mark internationally in 2022, the expectation and excitement for Brahmastra to hit the theaters are high. The movie is star-studded with the presence of Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia, Nagarjuna, and Mouni Roy. The film also features a special appearance of Shahrukh Khan. This is one of the first kinds of movies in India featuring the presence of superstars from the North and South. The story is of a young man who goes on a journey of self-discovery. The movie is set to be released on September 9, 2022.

Don’t Worry, Darling

One of the highly anticipated movies of 2022, ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is a psychological thriller about a married couple living in a utopian community in 1950s America. The movie, directed by Olivia Wilde, who also happens to star in the movie, is set to be released on September 23, 2022. The main characters are played by Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde; the movie is expected to premiere at the 79th edition of the Venice Film Festival.


The movie ‘Blonde’ takes an in-depth look at the celebrated and controversial life of Marilyn Monroe and the trials and tribulations of her extremely public life. Just from the trailer, the audience could see that the incredible actress Ana de Armas has done an amazing job transforming into Marilyn Monroe. The movie is a fictional adaptation of the novel of the same name authored by Joyce Carol Oates. The movie also explores the complicated romance of Marilyn with then-President Kennedy. The movie is set to release on September 23, 2022.

Black Adam

Dwayne Johnson has never failed to bring us entertaining action movies, and Black Adam might not be different. The upcoming superhero movie is all set to be released on October 21, 2022. The plot follows the story of a superhero who was bestowed with the powers of Egyptian Gods but imprisoned soon after. The sequels for Black Adam have not been confirmed yet, but it is sure to delight you.

Black Adam

Avatar: The way of Water

The legendary director James Cameron is finally releasing a movie in 2022. This highly anticipated movie is the sequel to Avatar and was almost a decade in the making. The first part of the movie was ahead of its time, but it was still one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. The newest addition to the movie starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Kate Winslet, and Michelle Yeoh is expected to release on December 16, 2022.

Legit reviews are not afraid to tell their audience if they enjoyed the film or found it to be either good or awful. In addition, viewers grow to depend on critics whose preferences align with their own when determining if they should invest their money and time. Professional critics have seen many films and are able to explain why as well as how they arrived at their judgment. Make careful to provide examples to support your opinions, such as a poor performance, an absurd plot, stunning photography, challenging material that makes you think, etc.