83 And Possibly Out!: Part 4

Shortly before, in between and well after the posting of “83 And Possibly Out!: Part 3”, a lot of craziness occurred when it came to the jockeying for tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots. And when I mean craziness, I mean that it’s going to take possibly four charts to explain it all, as there are four different categories in this latest entry of craziness. Let’s begin.

Okay, so first up are the combined 75 (now 62) Tier 8 and Tier 11 movies that were documented exactly four weeks ago today, as 13 such movies were re-assessed during the span of February 24, 2022 through March 15, 2022. However, only three of those 13 movies are in contention to claim tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots and each have a route in doing so. To find out the three movies and their respective routes, well simply view the first chart below:

MovieRoute That It Needs To Take
John CarterIt simply needs its hard copy (DVD) ending to match its digital (iTunes) ending. And should that happen, then it will move up to Tier 5 within the next month.
The Game PlanIt needs to have another movie claim its revoked tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spot, survive judgment call territory and hope that many other Tier 8, 11 and 12 movies fail their assessments/re-assessments.
Mr. WoodcockDespite being ranked lower than The Game Plan in Tier 9, it has both the benefit of the “grow on” factor and the presence of Melissa Sagemiller. But just like The Game Plan, it needs another movie to claim its revoked tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spot.

As you all noticed, those three movies listed above each have a contingency or multiple contingencies in re-claiming their tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots. And speaking of contingencies, a Tier 12 movie (Saved By The Bell: Hawaiian Style) that claimed a revoked tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spot has a contingency in place. And as to what that contingency is, well it’s the fact that Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Las Vegas needs to pass its full-on assessment. And given the main dynamic (Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowski) of the latter of those two movies, it’s a safe bet that the contingency in place for the former of those two movies won’t be an issue at all. Of course, the aforementioned Saved By The Bell: Hawaiian Style was among the 22 Tier 12 movies that were assessed/re-assessed during the span of February 27, 2022 through March 14, 2022. But again, its foreseeable fate remains unknown, whereas those other 21 movies have either A) Claimed tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots, B) Been placed in Tier 9, C) Landed on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, D) Been placed on the Wonka In Reverse page or E) Landed on the One Hun-Dread page. And as to what the number(s) breakdowns are for those other 21 movies, well simply view the second chart below:

Numbers BreakdownMovie(s ) Connected To Respective Breakdowns
6 Point A MoviesCowgirls ‘N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer, The King’s Man, A Sunday Horse, The Mortician, National Lampoon’s Ratko: The Dictator’s Son, Sticks And Stones
3 Point B MoviesOut To Sea, The Chipmunk Adventure, Exodus: Gods And Kings
9 Point C MoviesThe Last Black Man In San Francisco, Suburban Gothic, In Dubious Battle, The White Buffalo, Thank You For Smoking, Queen & Slim, Thoroughbreds, It Had To Be You, Curse Of The Mayans
1 Point D MovieSlither
2 Point E MoviesThe Cable Guy, Scenic Route

Staying on the subject of Tier 12, well 21 of those 22 completed movies in that tier were chosen for assessment/re-assessment prior to February 24, 2022, as The White Buffalo was placed in that tier during the span of that date through March 12, 2022, along with 21 other movies. So in other words, the subtraction-addition ratio of that tier is almost identical. But unlike the previous two paragraphs, there won’t be a chart breakdown here because other than my occasional mentions of the aforementioned Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Las Vegas, I’ve gone almost six months without citing why a movie is up for assessment/re-assessment, so I see no point in reverting back to that. However, you all could very well see those other 21 movies in a future blog entry that’s similar to this one.

Okay, so during parts 2 & 3 of “83 And Possibly Out!: Part 3”, I’ve cited movies  (24 to be exact) that could be claiming some of the 38 (and counting) revoked tentative guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots, along with concluding the latter of those two entries with the uncertainty of whether this entry would be published this soon or at all. But of course, that uncertainty has been thrown out the figurative window, as three more movies could very well join those 24 cited movies in claiming some of the 38 (and counting) revoked Two ThouCentennial spots. To find out what the three movies are, simply view the third and final chart below:

MovieWhy It’s DeservingRequirements Needed
Buried SecretsThis movie and Sweet Dreams (both Tiffani-Amber Thiessen movies) are neck-and-neck with one another, thus this one avoiding a home on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.Like most of the 24 cited movies, it will need the Tier 12 logjam to move along.
Ivanxstc. This movie delivers on having way more edge than the failure known as Leaving Las Vegas did. Plus, it boasts the presence of the aforementioned Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, albeit for a brief time.See one spot above.
Death On The NileThis movie was an undocumented Tier 12 movie, thus why it’s in this category. And now that that has been established, it’s neck-and-neck with its predecessor, Murder On The Orient Express, along with having the potential to be a jump-starter for the Project.It’s in the same boat as both Tiffani-Amber Thiessen movies. Plus, it needs hard copy confirmation.

Well, there you have it. A mostly detailed breakdown of a good portion (Sid & Nancy not withstanding) of the Two ThouCentennial activity that occurred during the span of February 24, 2022 through March 15, 2022. And given the likelihood that at least one movie will be assessed/re-assessed before this entry is published, as well as the certainty of more movies being assessed/re-assessed during the span of this date (March 16, 2022) through March 22, 2022, well then you can count on another blog entry that cites such activity exactly a week from now.