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Awards Radar Community: Which August Release Are You Most Looking Forward to Seeing?

Aubrey Plaza appears in Emily the Criminal by John Patton Ford, an official selection of the Premieres section at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Low Spark Films.

August is here and it feels really weird, to be perfectly honest. As Robert detailed here in a late summer On the Radar piece, the summer might be further done than just beginning, but at the same time, there are plenty of films still just coming out and hoping for your attention. So, it probably won’t surprise you that this weekend’s Awards Radar Community question is about the cinema of August 2022. Namely, we want to know the following…which August release are you most looking forward to watching? There are plenty of movies competing for your attention, so we’re curious which one or ones have your interest!

Now out, two of the prime options are Bullet Train and Prey. Now, if you want something more indie than that, August has Breaking (formerly known as 892), Emily the Criminal, and Three Thousand Years of Longing to offer up as well. Other flicks you might gravitate towards? Well, there’s Bodies Bodies Bodies and I Love My Dad. There’s also Beast, Easter Sunday, Luck, Resurrection, Sharp Stick, Summering, Thirteen Lives, and more. Basically, the days of August being a full on cinematic dumping ground are long over, my friends.

So, which film or films this month are you most looking forward to seeing? High art or low art, there’s no wrong answers here. So, let your opinions be known. Plus, if you see one of this weekend’s new releases, like Bullet Train for example, feel free to let us know what you thought of it. We’re all ears here…

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Which August releases have your attention most of all? Let us know!


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