23 movies that will make you want to go back to the theaters

2023 will be the year when cinema admissions will increase again. We want to believe it more, because the announced works encourage us, and we will discover new and interesting things.

1. “Babylon”: A journey to a silent time

Directed by Damien Chazelle starring Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie La La Landthe year starts strong. babylon promises to transport you to sulphurous Hollywood on the eve of the arrival of negotiations, and the first images are breathtaking. Released on January 18.

2. “Tàr”: A stick for Cate Blanchett

tar, is the name of a talented but not easy conductor. Todd Field confronts accusations of abuse in this reflection on power, directed by Cate Blanchett, who was honored for her performance at the Venice Film Festival. Released on January 25.

3. Asterix and Obelix: The Middle Kingdom: A complete kung fu movie

Guillaume Canet, as a Gallic hero with Gilles Lellouche, did not take the easy way out.Asterix and Obelix: The Middle Kingdom. In addition, this unique adventure takes place in China. Gags, Marian arts and stars come together here. It was released on February 1.

4. “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”: A real painstaking work

Will you buy some Marvel again? Ant-Man and the Wasp (aka Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly) discover a new dimension Quantum mania, the third part of his adventures was signed by Peyton Reed. Released on February 15.

5. “Fabelmans”: Spielberg returns to his childhood

Few films are so charming Fablemen. Steven Spielberg tells the story of a boy who dreams of becoming a film director and recalls his early years. There is an intense buzz around the film: it would be one of the director’s best. Released February 22.

6. “Creed 3”: Third cover for Michael B. Jordan

for Creed 3 in the self-directed film, Michael B. Jordan finds the role of a courageous boxer. He will face his childhood friend who decides to fight him in the ring. More Sylvester Stallone in this new one, but full of action. It was released on March 1.

7. “The Whale”: Brendan Fraser in a heavy role

Darren Aronofsky rebooted Mickey Rourke’s career Wrestler. Brendan does the same for Fraser (Mummy) led by him Whale trying to reconnect with her fat daughter. The actor’s metamorphosis is amazing. It was released on March 8

8. “John Wick 4”: Keanu Reeves never gives up

Chad Stahelski left the hero in a very bad situation in the previous work, but John Wick (aka Keanu Reeves) is not one to let him go. The director and actor will continue to use guns and dark humor. It was released on March 22

9. “Super Mario”: Who is it? It’s a plumber!

Gamers are a little scared, but still, Super Mario, the animated film in which Chris Pratt voices the brave plumber, looks quite promising. Anyway, let’s hope it’s better than the 1993 live-action adaptation. Released on March 29.

10. “The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan”: All for the first part (while waiting for the second part)

Martin Bourboulon (eiffel) revisits The three musketeers in two films, blockbusters with François Civil, Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris and Pio Marmai. It really makes you want to cover up and dagger. Released on April 5 and December 13.

11. “Suzume”: Very “anime” adventures

This is something to make anime fans eagerly crowd. Makoto Shinkai (director Your name) has already conquered Japan to assume. This journey of a young girl in parallel universes is the most fascinating. Released April 12.

12. “Fast X”: Faster and Furious

The tenth part of the saga Fast and furious, FastX It allows you to find the usual small group (Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlize Theron) decorated by Louis Leterrier with Jason Momoa and Brie Lason. We vroom it beforehand. Release May 17.

13. “Spider-Man: All Against Alone”: The animated film that is expected to rule the box office

This is a sequel to the Oscars new generation is one of the most anticipated animated films of the year. The first footage shown at the Annecy Festival revealed breathtaking, dizzying action scenes. May 31 release.

14. “Indiana Jones and the Bell of Destiny”: Indy is not finished

We had stopped believing it, but this time it looks like a good start. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Will make it possible to find the legendary adventurer played by Harrison Ford by James Mangold. With Mads Mikkelsen as a bonus. Released on June 28.

15. ‘Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning’: Tom Cruise on Reconquering the Box Office

At the top of the box office in 2022 Top Gun MaverickTom Cruise can repeat this success in the new year Mission impossible. Agent Ethan Hunt and his friends have what it takes to take him out. Released on July 12.

16. “Oppenheimer”: This is the bomb!

Christopher Nolan portrays Oppenheimer, the creator of the atomic bomb. It’s hard to get more interesting than this biopic signed by a Tenet director. He would even reproduce an atomic explosion in computer-generated images. Released on July 19.

17. “Barbie”: The doll we say “yes”.

A movie about Barbie sent to the real world is a little scary. But when you find out that the puppet opposite Ryan Gosling in Ken is Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig has signed on for the scene, you want to play even more! Released on July 19.

18. “Sourhu”: Rain of disaster

Just Philippot shook the French genre cinema with excellent Cloud. This is a good reason to expect a lotSour About a family facing devastating rains in France. It was released on September 20.

19. “Difficult Year”: A constant sense of celebration

The duet of Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache (A sense of celebration) is second to none when it comes to delivering smart comedies. There is no reason for thisA difficult year Especially except that Pio Marmaï, Jonathan Cohen and Noémie Merlant are in the credits. Released on October 18.

20. “Second Round”: We vote for Albert Dupontel in both rounds

Second round involves a journalist in an investigation of a crooked candidate. Seeing Albert Dupontel deal with the world of politics and his hypocrisy with Cécile de France will make you lick your chops. Happiness in perspective. It was released on October 25.

21. “Dune part 2”: Timothée Chalamet in complete science fiction

We can’t wait for the sequel yesterday Produced by Denis Villeneuve. Paul Atreides, played by Timothée Chalamet, joins forces with the Fremen to save his people and avenge his family. It can only be beautiful and exciting. It was released on November 1.

22. “Move”: Flight with ducks

He’s back and we’re glad for that. Benjamin Renner (The Big Bad Fox) has implemented Migration in the United States. The story of a family of ducks on an eventful journey could be the Christmas animated film of 2023. It was shown on December 6.

23. “How do you live?” “: The New Miyazaki (says it all)

We don’t know when it will be released in France yet, but it will hit Japanese screens on July 14th. how do you live (working title) is the new film by Hayao Miyazaki, who came out of retirement to direct. It would be a “great fantasy film.”

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