83 And Possibly Out!: Part 16

Ever since the wee hours of this past June 7, which was exactly two weeks ago today, my pace was uneven in getting movie assessments/re-assessments done, meaning that I didn’t knock them out with the same alacrity that I usually knock them out in. And as to why that was the case, well A) I’ve been doing a lot of pre-writes for tattoo entries lately, so that I could B) Have a lot of time to write various first rough drafts of movie reviews [I’ve done six so far, with five more to go], all the while having C) Four NBA Finals Games (3 through 6) take up four (June 8, June 10, June 13, June 16) of my nights, simply because I wanted to see how the Boston Celtics would do against the boring Golden State Warriors. But Point C is a different entry for another day.

Anyways, in the span of two weeks, I could only complete 20 assessments/re-assessments, an amount that I have completed in shorter amounts of time with such regularity. But again, that’s the deal when it comes to multiple projects all converging on me at one time. Still, since this is a Two ThouCentennial activity update entry, I feel that I owe it to you all to blog this most recent progress for the sake of consistency throughout this 83 And Possibly Out! series. So without further ado, I will blog about the movies that were assessed/re-assessed from the night of this past June 6 to the wee hours of this morning via the chart below.

*****Denotes movies that were a part of 83 And Possibly Out!: Part 1

MovieIts Fate Post-Assessment/Post-Re-Assessment
Air Bud: Golden Receiver*****This movie is in Tier 9 and will be going back to the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page sometime between now and October 7, 2022.
Vertical LimitIt’s in Tier 9 and will be going to the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
The WoodThis movie was the one that replaced Steal Big, Steal Little in Tier 8. And just like the two movies that are listed above it, it will be going (back) to the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
My AntoniaSee two spots above.
Honey, We Shrunk OurselvesIt’s in Tier 9, but could be a movie that has the “grow on” effect, meaning that it could join The Farm Squad movies that are currently battling with Tier 12 movies for the 61 unclaimed revoked tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots.
Van Wilder: Freshman YearSee four spots above.
The MarksmanSee five spots above.
American Pie Presents: Band CampThis movie, like American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules, passed its assessment with flying colors.
Ron’s Gone WrongSee seven spots above.
LambSee eight spots above.
15 MinutesSee nine spots above.
Broken DiamondsSee seven spots above.
Jurassic World: DominionThis movie passed its assessment. It’s just a matter of when it will get hard copy confirmation.
KalamitySee twelve spots above.
NumbSee thirteen spots above.
Dead PresidentsSee fourteen spots above.
LyleSee fifteen spots above.
Red RocketSee thirteen spots above.
DetentionSee seventeen spots above.
The Shaggy Dog*****See eighteen spots above.

So yeah, a quarter of the movies in the chart above have/will/could make the Project, which is slightly more encouraging than what was blogged about a week ago in part 15 of this series, although Uncharted has since been added to The Farm Squad, due to high franchise upside. But even with Uncharted being granted interim protection from being kicked out of the Project, the success rate of the activity that’s being documented in this entry still far exceeds the success rate of the activity that was documented in the previous entry.

Well, that does it for this latest recap of Two ThouCentennial activity. Tune in a week from now to find out what the next round of activity entails.