Best Scifi movies of 2022
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Best Scifi movies of 2022

2022 has been an excellent ride for sci-fi movies

Best Scifi movies of 2022

Sci-fi is one of the favourite genres of every age group. Their storyline is not predictable but they are exciting and intriguing, unlike regular drama movies. Whether it's about the multi-universe, different dimensions or time travelling, these movies treat us with everything.

The year 2022 has been an excellent ride for sci-fi movies. We have treasured these movies from Adam Project to Avatar: The Way of Water.  So here is the list of every 2022 sci-fi release.

The Adam Project

The Adam Project, from the same creators behind "Free Guy," centres on the titular Adam, a time-travelling pilot from 2050 who becomes stranded in 2022 while on an unauthorised mission. The two Adams must cooperate to achieve the older Adam's goal of returning to 2018. There, he meets his 12-year-old self. However, time travel complicates things, mainly because the elder Adam is running from a dismal future. Big Adam and Little Adam determine their only option, given the odds stacked against them, is to track down their late father, who they believe invented time travel.

Everything Everywhere All at Once

"Everything Everywhere All At Once" is, to put it simply, one of the best movies of the year. It stars Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn, a middle-aged laundry owner whose IRS examination is a strange adventure. It is an endlessly imaginative and absurdist joyride. A terrifying creature threatens the multiverse, and only Evelyn can save all the dimensions. The experience takes you on a fantastic tour of parallel universes. It takes several viewings to take in every nuance of this wacky, touching, and vibrant good time.

Brian and Charles

Brian, a well-mannered inventor from Wales, builds a boxy robot with a mannequin's head one day. The automaton comes to life after a rainstorm, renames itself Charles, and becomes extremely curious about everything. As Charles becomes more and more human, as well as the pair deal with a neighbourhood bully, an odd bond forms. "Brian and Charles" is a quick 90 minutes of good intentions and a story that will put a grin on your face.

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar will always be one of the most famous movies in terms of sci-fi. Also, the second part of Avatar is available in your nearest theatres. This American sci-fi film was directed by James Cameron and produced by 20th Century Studios. The movie is well known for its visuals and amazing graphic, where people could enjoy the other world by watching movies in theatres. The story begins when Jake Sully and Ney'tiri have started a family and are accomplishing everything to stay together. However, they must escape their home and explore the regions of Pandora. When an ancient threat resurfaces, Jake must fight a brutal war against the humans.

After Yang

A powerfully touching examination of loss and memory is 'After Yang'. Parents Jake and Kyra have given their adopted daughter Mika an android named Yang, a utopian future. Jake assures Mika that he will restore Yang to normal as soon as possible after he ceases operating. However, Jake and Kyra learn several essential things about Yang's past and the true nature of his soul as they comb through his memory bank. What manifests is breathtaking, moving, and profound, demonstrating filmmaker Kogonada's talent as one of the best directors now at work.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

In "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," Sam Raimi injects his signature horror into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Teenage dimension-hopper America Chavez must be protected from someone attempting to steal her powers by superhero sorcerer Stephen Strange. As they travel through the multiverse, Strange deals with his problems and develops his abilities by coming face to face with dark and unsettling versions of himself in other realities, both alive and dead. This leads them to the very edge of existence. Wanda Maximoff also becomes the movie's emotional centre as she copes with the terrifying effects of "WandaVision." What emerges is an amalgam of sci-fi, fantasy, and terror that you won't soon forget.