1.Poor Things

Poor Things

The journey to a sensual age on helium or the issue of sexual exploitation? Conversations have been slow to adapt to the singular adaptation of Yorgos Lanthimos of the 1992 novel by Scottish author Alasdair Gray, but it was difficult. But with Dogtooth, The Lobster and The Favorite behind him, the Greeks are the masters of creating an invisible perception for everyone of human experience – and this Victorian Frankenstein statue, in which Emma Stone plays the role. Brilliant, the regular version of the monster is no exception. Certainly 11 Oscar-winning films.

 

2.Io Capitano

Io Capitano

The hard-to-find adventure is Matteo Garrone’s (Gomorrah, Tale of Tales) by two Senegalese boys trying to travel to Italy. Both land and sea are gloomy and bruised for a minute, editorial and magic. Despite the desert landscape straight from David Lean’s epic, it never made the migrant experience. Far from it – Seydou and Moussa, who play with great charm and heighten the horror as Seydou Sarr and Moustapha Fall suffer greatly for their dreams of a better life. It’s a very sensitive and relevant film that is worth exploring on the big screen.

3.Challengers

Challengers

The sexiest thing that has happened to tennis since Bj√∂rn Borg started his erotic bra set, Luca Guadagnino’s love triangle is like Jules and Jim sponsored by Head. Mike Fait and Josh O’Connor are great as jaded and scrappy champions could face closure at the US Open warm-up, but Zendaya steals the program, which is a small point of the triangle: the former wrestler Injuries. Ambition is injected into the husband (Faist), the inability to satisfy them. And the fierce electronic scores of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross could be their best work since The Social Network.

4.Priscilla

Priscilla

In Cinderella, a young girl escapes a cruel life by meeting a brave prince and living happily ever after in his castle. v An imbalance of total power in Priscilla Young’s relationship with Elvis (Jacob Elordi), the MeToo movement, was created, and a few filmmakers were able to use imagination and darkness with Coppola’s level of emotional precision. Here she created a horror story dressed as a fairy tale.

5.Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

A mix of Thelma & Louise, Pumping Iron and Nicolas Winding Refn’s neon-noirs, Saint Maud’s Rose Glass provides the kind of energetic horror film we all lost – while feeling like something else. Completely more. Kristen Stewart was a boring gym manager in the 1980s of New Mexico, whose life ended when a cyclist (Katy O’Brian) wandered into her last city. It was the strange details that made it: the light of horror, the intimacy on the bulging muscles; Damaged hair. But for all blood, sweat and steroids, Glass never left the sad love story in the heart of the movie. Not that she could: Stewart and O’Brian were too strong.

6.Late Night With the Devil

Late Night With the Devil

Australian filmmakers Colin and Cameron Cairnes give the shocking David Dastmalchian a perfect platform in a satanic comedy show staged in a talk show about the 1970s. The owner, Tween, was taken to the show with her alert psychiatrist to Rate Jack Delroy the kiss of life. Needless to say, it has the opposite effect. Cruelty erupts freely when it all goes south, but it is a group of well-observed media figures and Cairnes’ clever writing online and The King of Comedy that Give it a texture to horror.