If you’re anything like us, then you’ve been eagerly anticipating the releases of the best movies for 2023. Since movie theaters are still closed due to the pandemic, we’ve all had to adjust our movie-viewing habits by either streaming or renting films from digital storefronts. But that doesn’t mean that the joy of watching something on the big screen is gone forever. Thankfully, with more and more studios pushing back their release dates, there’s still plenty of time for audiences to get excited about upcoming blockbusters in 2023! In this blog post, we will explore 20 of the most anticipated films dropping in theaters next year. So grab some popcorn and get ready to dive into a world of excitement and adventure as we count down some of the best movies for 2023!
By Nicholas Barber and Caryn James 6th January 2023
We all have different opinions when it comes to what makes a great movie. But there are some films that just about everyone can agree are amazing. Here are of the best movies for every taste.
Whether you’re a fan of heart-wrenching drama or mind-bending sci-fi, there’s something on this list for you. And if you’re looking for a good cry or a good laugh, we’ve got you covered there too. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the best movies out there.
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The film tells the story of Bernstein’s decades-long marriage to Felicia Montealegre (Carey Mulligan) who knew all along that he was gay, well before the public
The film tells the story of Bernstein’s decades-long marriage to Felicia Montealegre (Carey Mulligan) who knew all along that he was gay, well before the public. The two met while students at Harvard and married soon after graduation. They had three children together and remained married until Bernstein’s death in 1990.
While their marriage was not without its difficulties, the couple remained devoted to one another and their family. Mulligan portrays Montealegre as a strong and supportive wife, who was always aware of her husband’s homosexuality but never wavered in her love for him.
The film is based on the book “Famous for Loving: The Life and Times of Leonard Bernstein” by Laurence Leamer.