Nathan decided to take a gap year after completing his A-Levels (Media Studies, English Language & Literature and Drama & Theatre Studies) to gain some journalism and media experience before making the next step. In that time, he has continued to run his blog - PerksOfBeingNath - which is now approaching its second anniversary and crammed in as many cinema visits as humanly possible. Like a parent choosing their favourite child, he refuses to pick a favourite film but admits that it is currently a tight race between Gone Girl and La La Land. Self-admitted novice on cinema of the past and always open to suggestions. http://perksofbeingnath.blogspot.co.uk
Although unashamedly made for the youngest audiences possible, Captain Underpants is infectiously charming to all ages.
Something Like Summer is an odd yet mostly satisfying mix of good and bad, with wasted moments but also bright themes that shine through.
Hampstead offers nothing new in its tired-out genre, serving up uninspired writing and bland direction against a British backdrop.
Diary of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul fails from a dreadful script that possesses the unique ability to make 90 minutes feel like
Nathan Osborne discusses the benefits and theories surrounding his support for Disney's stand on piracy and hackers.
People is a profoundly packed indie, with the intricacies of the human condition and relationships manifesting into a well-realized film.
In the Shadow of Iris has inklings of greatness, but it suffers from a muddled plot and some questionable casting and production choices.