New movies on Netflix in 2022 with new certified ratings
RottenTomatoes is one of the biggest sites on the internet when it comes to movie reviews from critics. its most coveted award is the Certified Fresh rating. Netflix in 2022 has so far released or will release 10 movies with the Certified Fresh rating, and we’ve listed them all below.
For those unfamiliar with RottenTomatoes, it’s a review aggregator similar to MetaCritic or IMDb. However, his score works differently from the others mentioned leading even to some criticism.
According to RottenTomatoes, here’s how a movie receives the Certified Fresh icon:
“To receive a Certified Fresh rating, a film must have a stable Tomatometer rating of 75% or higher. Movies that release widely need at least 80 reviews from Tomatometer Critics (including 5 Top Critics). Movies that release in limited release require at least 40 reviews from tomatometer reviews (including 5 top reviews). A TV show must have a Tomatometer score of 75% or higher with 20 or more reviews from Tomatometer Critics (including 5 Top Critics). If the Tomatometer score falls below 70%, the movie or TV show loses its “Certified Fresh” status. In some cases, the Certified Fresh designation may be held at the discretion of the Rotten Tomatoes editorial team.
Full List of New Netflix Movies with New Certified Rating
Note: Titles are listed in order of release date.
Munich: the brink of war
Released on Netflix: January 21, 2022
Rating of critics: 87% out of 82 reviews
Consensus of critics: “Sharp steering and exceptional performance make Munich: the brink of war a gripping historical drama, though the ending is no secret.
Apollo 10 1/2: A Childhood in the Space Age
Released on Netflix: April 1, 2022
Rating of critics: 91% out of 133 reviews
Consensus of critics: “sweet nostalgia Apollo 10 1/2: A Childhood in the Space Age finds Richard Linklater reusing visual and thematic ingredients in a deeply personal and freshly inspired way. ”
Released on Netflix: June 8, 2022
Rating of critics: 93% out of 161 reviews
Consensus of critics: “Hustle doesn’t have any fancy moves, but he doesn’t need to – Adam Sandler’s Everybody Charm makes this layup easy and fun to watch.
The beast from the sea
Released on Netflix: July 8, 2022
Rating of critics: 94% out of 103 reviews
Consensus of critics: “An original animated tale often as daring as its characters, The beast from the sea sends the audience on a worthwhile journey.
Released on Netflix: September 16, 2022
Rating of critics: 84% out of 74 reviews
Consensus of critics: “Revenge Could have used a little more bite, but Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes make it a sweet treat best served to viewers who understand high school can be hell.
Released on Netflix: September 23, 2022
Rating of critics: 83% out of 53 reviews
Consensus of critics: “While it may arguably not do justice to its deeper themes, Athena makes for electrifying and impactful viewing of the moment.
The good nurse
Released on Netflix: October 26, 2022
Rating of critics: 77% out of 133 reviews
Consensus of critics: “The good nurse is hampered by stilted dialogue and unrealistic story elements, but those issues are outweighed by the solid work of a pair of talented leads.
In the west, nothing is new
Released on Netflix: October 28, 2022
Rating of critics: 92% out of 96 reviews
Consensus of critics: “Both timely and timeless, In the west, nothing is new retains the power of its classic source material by focusing on the futility of war.”
Wendall and savage
Released on Netflix: October 28, 2022
Rating of critics: 82% out of 100 reviews
Consensus of critics: “Boasting visual wonders to match its ambitious and inclusive story, Wendell and savage is a spooky treat for budding horror fans.”
Released on Netflix: November 16, 2022
Rating of critics: 83% out of 65 reviews
Consensus of critics: “The atmosphere is captivating and the story is fascinating, but wonderment of this period drama really lies in the remarkable performance of Florence Pugh.
Finally, we wanted to highlight a few films that did not meet the threshold required to become Certified Fresh but have critical ratings above 90%.
- Saved by Ruby – March 17, 2022 – 100% from 5 reviews – The drama about an officer who dreams of being part of the K-9 unit.
- Turning – April 20, 2022 – 100% from 5 reviews – Italian crime drama starring Andrea Lattanzi and Brando Pacitto.
- trees of peace – June 10, 2022 – 100% from 6 reviews – Alanna Brown has directed a film inspired by true events. About four women from different backgrounds forge an unbreakable sisterhood as they are trapped and hidden during the genocide in Rwanda.
- the stranger – October 19, 2022 – 94% from 34 reviews – Australian film from director Thomas Wright. Crime thriller about a friendship forged between two strangers.
- 20th century girl – October 21, 2022 – 100% from 5 reviews – Korean film
- My Father’s Dragon – November 11, 2022 – 92% from 25 reviews – Cartoon Saloon animated feature film based on the popular children’s novel. About a young boy who runs away to find a dragon in need of rescue.
- Lady Chatterley’s Lover – December 2, 2022 – 92% on 13 reviews – Adaptation of DH Lawrence’s novel starring Emma Corrin.
- Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro – December 9, 2022 – 100% from 22 reviews – Stop-motion animated film with a new take on a wooden boy who magically comes to life to fulfill his father’s expectations.
- Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads – December 23, 2022 – 92% from 83 reviews – The long-awaited sequel to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out with the return of Daniel Craig.
What movies have been your favorites so far in 2022? Let us know in the comments below.