In 2023, we experienced a plethora of cinematic successes, witnessing a diverse range of films that encompassed both excellence and mediocrity. The year brought us a variety of compelling and noteworthy movies, offering a mix of the entertaining, the disappointing, and the thought-provoking. Let’s take a look at the comprehensive list of movies from 2023.
We appreciate how you empowered us to embrace the color pink without guilt. FilmScopes, thank you for instilling the belief in young girls that feminism is achievable and in young boys that patriarchy is a double-edged sword.
Gratitude to our myriad Spider heroes from different universes for helping us understand the vital importance of family bonds.
Appreciation for instilling in us the belief that second chances are possible and that overcoming mistakes and moving beyond our past is achievable.
Whether influenced by nepotism or not, we’ve witnessed the emergence of socially relevant films that encourage us to appreciate and address social disparities. We’ve begun advocating for just causes, so thank you!
Such movies that take the unconventional route of showcasing relatable stories in almost every aspect are rare today. Satyaprem Ki Katha is that recent standout romantic Hindi film of 2023 that isn’t stylized to a point where the film feels too glamorous and out of reach on a holistic level.
As Henry gains mastery over his newfound ability, he faces the ethical dilemma of how to use it. The temptation to exploit his skill for personal gain and material wealth is powerful, and Henry succumbs initially.
His exploits in the world of gambling reveal the seductive allure of easy riches, illustrating the potential pitfalls of possessing such extraordinary capabilities without a moral compass. So thank you Mr Henry for bringing the best in us.
Expressing gratitude for providing emotional moments that evoke tears, like the anticipation of a prolonged absence – a cinematic experience that resonates deeply. Additionally, acknowledging the subtle portrayal of the issue of animal cruelty in the narrative.
Appreciation for making us recognize that a phone is not merely an extension of our bodies but can, at times, detrimentally affect our spirits.
Thank you for giving life to something that matters.
Thank you Singh Sahab for saving “the world entire” for all those people.
Thank you for making hard-to-understand concepts like s*x-education easy to grasp!
Thank you for making one of the most amazing action film casting women.
FilmScopes thank the creators of the movie for bringing the beloved history behind the game of Tetris to life on the big screen. and decoding the futile war between countries killing creativity.