A Look Back at September 2020

This year seems to be flying by and yet also seeming to last forever, it’s incredible. Almost like the Batman v Superman of years, it seems twice as long as all regular years, and yet it still glosses over a lot of the content.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed that tortured analogy, as it’s the most I’ve thought of one in a while. Those of you who are regulars to my site would have noticed firstly a rather barren month for content, and secondly, after I none-too-subtly mentioned it a few times, that I have moved this month, not only moved house but moved city, which goes some way to explaining why I haven’t written as much.

Between packing stuff, moving stuff in, and unpacking, plus all the hype that goes along with it, I haven’t had much time in the past month for films, not that there was a massive choice at the cinema anyway, as I’ve been kept busy by all the different activities that moving out entails.

Still, I did review some films this month, even if it wasn’t a vast amount there was still enough for me to pick a favourite for this month…

Film of the Month: The Big Lebowski (1998) – Directed by Joen Coen

I’m a fan of the Coens’ work and have been for a few years, but prior to reviewing this, I’d never actually seen The Big Lebowski, but suffice to say I wasn’t disappointed, Jeff Bridges was fantastic and the overall film was strewn with laughs and bizarre characters, a great Coens production, in essence.

So, now I’ve settled down in my new home, it’s time I get back on the old reviewing horse, expect a lot of older films with some newer releases sprinkled in if there are releases, I definitely hope to be more productive in October, I may even review a horror film or two, ’tis the season to be spooky, after all.

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