Overview: December 2020

Overview provides my readers with a brief overview of the articles or reviews that I have written. In December 2020, among other things, I reviewed Netflix’s The Midnight Sky and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. In general, I tried very hard to review as much as I could before the end of the year, but I actually still have some reviews that I need to finish.


Published Reviews and Articles


It would make me very happy if you would support my blog by reading these reviews, lists, or articles in the near future.


Update


What happened to the ‘What I Didn’t Review’ section of Overview?

I’m glad you asked. Well, as you will find out today, I’ve become so fond of writing these bite-sized reviews that I’m dedicating an entire article to them each month. Today, I’ll post the first batch of ‘Additional Bite-Sized Reviews,’ which, again, has replaced the ‘What I Didn’t Review’ section.

Do you have any special blog plans for 2021?

Well, I love making plans, but my blog plans for 2020 didn’t exactly work out. I wanted to write summer box office predictions, but then the release of almost every movie was postponed. I wanted to review every Bond film in anticipation of the final Daniel Craig film in the series, but then its release was postponed twice. I still do want to do those things, if I can find the time, though. I also want to review the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and possibly even some of the earlier Batman films, if I get the time.

Where are your ‘Best of the 2020’ lists?

You know that is a good question, which was addressed in my Goodbye 2020 article. Click the link here to read when the lists should be up.


Happy New Year! — Let’s make it a great one! Stay safe!


– Overview Written by Jeffrey Rex Bertelsen.

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