Barack Obama’s 17 best movies of '22 include “Top Gun: Maverick” and “The Woman King”

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Barack Obama’s 17 best movies of '22 include “Top Gun: Maverick” and “The Woman King”

Barack Obama had continued his tradition to reveal the names of his favourite movies of the year, as in an Instagram post earlier in the holiday-weekend, the former US President had unleashed the names of his favourites of 2022.

Unsurprisingly, more than a half of seventeen favourites of Barack Obama, who is hailing from a Kenyan family, included either Asians or Africans in central roles. As “Top Gun: Maverick” alongside “The Woman King” were included into the list of the former US President, Obama wrote in his Instagram post, “I saw some great movies this year.

Here are some of my favourites. What did I miss?”

Obama unveils his favourite movies of 2022

In the matter of the fact, Obama’s list of seventeen-most favourite films this year including Stephen Spielberg’s “The Fablemans” alongside “The Woman King”.

Among other top-grossing films this year, “Top Gun: Maverick” stays in the list of the former US President. Nonetheless, James Cameron’s “Avatar 2,” which already had grossed a whopping $850 million across the globe in less than ten days after release, appeared to have collided with the interest of former US President.

Considering the storyline of “Avatar” where a set of global armies led by the US soldiers had tried to seize and destroy a planet for curetting a valuable commodity, “Avatar 2” would unlikely to follow the philosophy of the first Afro-American President of the US.

According to a report from Forbes that was published back in the 31st night of 2019, former US President Barack Obama’s support had ramped up US crude oil nearly a whopping 80 per cent, while the Shale boom had been beyond imagination.

Here is the list of the favourites of former US President Barack Obama Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans,” Park Chan-wook’s “Decision to Leave,” Gina Prince-Bythewood’s “The Woman King,” Charlotte Wells’ “Aftersun,” John Patton Ford’s “Emily the Criminal,” Celine Sciamma’s “Petite Maman,” Margaret Brown’s “Descendant,” Audrey Diwane’s “Happening,” Chinonye Chukwu’s “Till,” Daniels’ “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” Fernando León de Aranoa’s “The Good Boss,” Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s “Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy,” Asghar Farhadi’s “A Hero,” Panah Panahi’s “Hit the Road,” Todd Field’s “Tar” and Kogonada’s “After Yang”.