Jason’s Movie Blog Update: 2022 and 2023 Movie Reviews!
Hello, everyone! Here’s just a small update for my readers / followers for my blog. Nothing drastic…rather a “look ahead” in doing something a bit different for the next several weeks.
You guys don’t need to worry. I am fine. I’m not in something bad health dilemma and my mental state of mind is great. Furthermore, Jason’s Movie Blog is not shutting down. So, this isn’t one of those blog post.
Just wanted to say that I’m still trying to play “catch up” with my remaining 2022 movie reviews, including I Wanna Dance with Somebody, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Banshees of Inisherin, The Northman, and Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. Normally….I usually like to get all my yearly movies done and completed before i start reviewing all the reviews for the new year. Unfortunately, due to my work schedule for December and January, this caused a bit of delay of getting all of my 2022 movies completed. Additionally, this why I haven’t posted any of the 2023 movie reviews for movies that I’ve already seeing, including M3gan and Plane, with the month January being sort of “dead month” with not so many new feature films coming out (i.e., no keynote or high-profile ones…. usually) and affording me a type of “buffer” to finish up my remaining movie reviews for the following year.
Unfortunately, it’s already February and I still have several more 2022 movies to get done and, with some upcoming 2023movies being released this month, including Magic Mike Last Dance, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, and Jesus Revolution. Thus, in order to do my “final push” for my remaining 2022 movie reviews, I’n going to be trying something a bit different by starting to post some 2023 reviews as well as wrapping up my 2022 reviews at the same time (maybe like one 2022, then a 2023 one, then back to 2022, and so on and so forth) until my reviews for 2022 are finished. This also means that my Top Ten Best and Worst Movies of 2022 will be delayed a little longer.
Nevertheless, I’m still committed to give guy guys (my readers) my level of cinematic dedication in my personal thoughts on movies for many more years to come. Just something is going to be a bit different for the next few weeks.
Thank you for listening…. until next time!
Jason of Jason’s Movie Blog!
Also….always remember the quote from Quasimodo said in 1996’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame….”Today is a good day to try!”