(CNN) -- This was a doozy of a year, admittedly made even more overwhelming by the ever-expanding glut of content you know you want to consume.We seem to constantly be barraged by recommendations that have been enthusiastically served up by friends and loved ones -- only for most of them to remain on our "to watch" (or read, or listen to) list for months, never to budge.
In this upcoming last weekend of 2022, we encourage you to catch up on a few of these overlooked titles that for whatever reason got lost in the crazy shuffle.Here's what we'd recommend:MOVIES"Till"This Chinonye Chukwu-directed film is a recounting of the infamous 1955 lynching murder of teenager Emmet Till and the aftermath, especially his mother's (the astonishing Danielle Deadwyler) quest for recognition and justice.
It is not an easy watch, but it's an essential testimonial of a horrendous symptom of racism that tragically still plagues this country."Prey"This "Predator" prequel was a tall order — setting the action within the Native American Comanche Nation 300 years ago — but manages to pull it off thanks to great suspense, a spirited performance from Amber Midthunder (of "Legion" fame) and a no-frills storyline that, like the title evokes, is simply about who's hunting who."Moonage Daydream"As the great David Bowie did unfailingly throughout his life, this documentary defies convention in its feverish and hypnotic look at the late legend's career during the early- and mid-'70s.
It is a visual and audio feast for those who love Bowie, as well as those seeking a bit more material on the revolutionary performer."Mr.