A new year is upon us, but January isn’t the best time for moviegoers. Or maybe it is. New theatrical releases may be capped at the beginning of each year, but January 2023 is just the perfect time to catch up on the best movies 2022 has to offer. Many movie highlights from last year are now available to stream on a variety of platforms, including Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Showtime Anytime, Paramount+, Apple TV+ and Disney+.
Viewers will have to keep waiting to stream James Cameron’s “Avatar: Path of the Water” on Disney+, but Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun: Maverick” is available now, so you can watch it from home in 2022. Those who want to see one of the biggest blockbusters are in luck. Paramount+.Other studio big events like ‘Nope’ and ‘The Batman’ are already streaming, and Marvel’s ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is set to premiere on his Disney+ on February 1st. increase. It may be an indie, but A24’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has grossed over $100 million for him worldwide, and he was streaming it for Showtime subscribers before being nominated for an Oscar. increase.
Disney+’s “Fire of Love,” HBO Max’s “Navalny,” Venice’s award-winning abortion drama “Happening” on Hulu, Sony’s “Devotion,” Prime Video’s “Catherine Called Birdy,” A24’s “After Yang.” Overlooked titles such as are also ready for streaming.
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