A Look Back at August 2020

Business really started to pick up this month in terms of new films released, and in terms of posts on my site.

I finished my Top 10 retrospective on animated films, which turned out to be well worth the work, judging by reactions; and I even covered a few more Disney offerings at home, while regularly seeing new releases at the cinema.

August has seen the release of the new Christopher Nolan film Tenet (review available here) and I even managed to squeeze The New Mutants in before the end of the month, so I hope this upturn in release trends continues into September and beyond.

On top of all that, I released a new episode of my podcast that was very fun to record (I hope it was fun to listen to as well!) which is now available on the sidebar of this very site.

Film of the Month: Inception (2010) – Directed by Christopher Nolan

This might have been a re-release (and not the most anticipated Nolan release this month) but I saw it on the big screen for the first time this month, an it really stands the test of time, and it is far and away the best film I saw in August.

As always, I’ll have another podcast out in the first few weeks of September, where me and Angel will waffle on about a new set of topics, as well as keeping up with new releases, and looking at some older releases to fill the gaps (I still need to get around to T2: Trainspotting!) so if you’ve liked what you’ve read so far, stay tuned!

While I have you here, you may have noticed that my creative writing posts have disappeared from this site, and there is a good reason for that; I’ve re-located them to a separate site for my writing outside of film which is: nathankmajor.wordpress.com so if you’ve enjoyed that stuff before, that’s where it is now for you to enjoy, thanks for reading!

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