Last week on Extra Sessions, I blogged about Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Las Vegas clearly being an upgrade over the combined 83 (now 75) Tier 8 and Tier 11 Two ThouCentennial movies, along with the predicated outcomes of those combined 83 (again, now 75) movies. Plus, I ended last week’s entry on this particular page with the hint of a bit more.
Okay, so all of you that are reading this entry are probably wondering, “What constitutes as a bit more, right?”
Well, what if I told all of you that are reading this entry that there are eight already assessed movies that each have an excellent chance at making the Two ThouCentennial Project, only to have certain requirements that need to be met in order to make it?
Yes, that’s right, there are that many such movies. Plus, you can find out which ones that they are, along with both why they deserve to make it and what their requirements are in making the Project via the chart below:
|Movie||Why It’s Deserving||Requirements Needed|
|Sweet Dreams||Out of this movie, Buried Secrets, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money and Ivansxtc., it’s the best in the lot of non-Saved By The Bell movies that feature Tiffani-Amber Thiessen.||There’s a push to have exactly 10 Tiffani-Amber Thiessen movies in the Project and seven of those spots are already filled. The only requirement that’s needed for this movie is Saved By The Bell: Hawaiian Style, and the aforementioned Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Las Vegas to both have their full-on assessments (successfully) completed. So basically, all three movies join the Project in a package deal.|
|Concrete Cowboy||It’s one of the better Netflix-produced movies that’s been assessed in the Land Of Infusion era. Plus, there’s no such thing as too much Idris Elba in the Project, as he exudes so much cool.||It needs to pass its physical copy (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) test, along with needing the logjam of Tiers 8, 11 and 12 to move along a bit quicker.|
|The Personal History Of David Copperfield||This movie has a lot of charm, a “grow on” vibe about it and it gets better as it goes on.||See one spot above.|
|Jungle Cruise||This movie passed its plot investigation, it has a “grow on” vibe about it and it can work well with anything that’s Zack & Kelly related.||See two spots above.|
|The Breakfast Club||In a small yet under-rated way, this movie paved the way for both Pitch Perfect (Two ThouCentennial’s current second-ranked movie), and Easy A (a movie that has Top-100 quality). Plus, it can also work well with anything that’s Zack & Kelly related.||See three spots above.|
|Greener Grass||This movie allows Jocelyn DeBoer to have a much bigger role, compared to both 5 To 7 and Thunder Road.||See four spots above.|
|Encino Man||This movie is no longer tournament eligible, but has trended upward, thanks to Son In Law (another Pauly Shore movie) making the Project.||It can A) Wait for Julie & Julia to be claimed by The Tentative Roster page in a post-waivers trade, B) Wait for The Hero to be claimed by The Tentative Roster page in a post-waivers trade or C) Battle it out “standings style” the way that the aforementioned Son In Law did.|
|In The Army Now||Just like the aforementioned Encino Man, this movie is no longer tournament eligible. But just like that movie, it has trended upward, thanks to both the presence of the camel and the aforementioned Son In Law.||See one spot above.|
Well, there you have it, eight additional movies that need to meet certain requirements in order to make the Project. And given the ever-changing landscape of the aforementioned Project, I’m sure that there will be other Project-worthy movies that I will blog about. And should that be the case, well then I guess to be continued.