Favorite Movies/ Shows I watched in 2022

The Gray Man 

     The Gray Man was one of the best movies I watched all year. It was action filled, extremely entertaining, and had an amazing story line. It wasn’t your average corny or cliché action movie. On top of that it starred Ryan Gosling, which is always a plus. It had the perfect amount of divulgence and suspense. I know he was in prison, but I hate the way that company treats their hitmen after they’re done with them. It shows that the don’t even respect them as human beings but only killing machines. It’s rated PG-13 however it does include killing and bloodshed which probably isn’t acceptable to all viewers so beware of the fact that it is very graphic. 

Glass Onion: A Knives out Mystery 

I also watched the glass onion: a knives out mystery is truly a masterpiece of stupidity. There are so many twists and turns. So, don’t think you know what’s going to happen because you don’t. It’s so unpredictable and funny, but the way the friends treat one another is scary. I wouldn’t want my friends to lie on me, suck up to my friend, and be greedy just for money. They totally cheated her out of her business and her compensation which upset me.  

How to Get Away with Murder 

I started how to get away with murder maybe a month or two ago and it’s been really good so far. Everything that happens has been unexpected. You would never think that the lawyer/professor that is teaching students her craft would be the one committing murders with her students. It first started off as little accidents, or coincidences if you will. They slowly turn into stone cold murders purposely with no remorse. It is Tv-14 but the show contains blood, violence, cursing, etc. so I don’t recommend it for kids. 

7 Seeds 

I started watching an anime series a while ago called 7 seeds. I’m very off and on with this show so it’s taken me much longer to watch it than I needed. It is very interesting though. It includes the curation of certain eggs and sperm between the most desirable people whether it be for looks, intelligence, strength, survival, or diversity and babies were born to be put into facilities. The children were trained every day of their lives and eliminated one by one for the ones who didn’t make the cut. One day their city would be hit by a meteor, everyone would perish, the city would sink and become inhabitable. These desired people were put asleep underground where they would be safe from impact then released years later when it was safe to resume the population, but the world would be much different. It’s an idea that’s rarely expressed. 

That’s all for this week’s blog guys! Byeee 

Author: Aleria Holmes

Aleria Holmes Writing is much more than an art or a creative outlet for me. It's simply my life, if writing doesn't exist neither do I. I believe I was truly born at the most perfect unperfect time. Writing has matured so much and many more people respect it now as a career and there are schools that teach you how to creatively write. At the same time, most people in the world will judge you, because you don't do what they do and you don't follow the simple unhappy path that they've taken. Writing has made me comfortable in my own skin, it has taught me that there is no other in this universe like me. Writing has taught me to love myself and every thought that skips across my brain, because I am important. I am enough, I am me and that's all I have ever needed to be!

3 thoughts on “Favorite Movies/ Shows I watched in 2022”

  1. The Grey is one of my favorite movies, and I thought it was interesting that they had Chris Evans play that kind of sociopathic character because I don’t see him playing those roles but he does it so well:)

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