Between 83 And Possibly Out!: Part 8 and this entry, three more movies (The Little Rascals ’94, The Little Rascals Save The Day, Battle Of The Year) were all added to Tier 12 and all three of them have already been assessed/re-assessed. And not only were all three of those movies already assessed/re-assessed because in addition, one of them (Battle Of The Year) was placed on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page yesterday, while the other two will eventually be joining it on that page.
However, there were also some encouraging signs of the Two ThouCentennial activity that occurred between April 11, 2022 and April 19, 2022, with the first among them being that Footloose ’11 passed its assessment, followed by Turning Red having a successful assessment after getting hard copy confirmation (May 3, 2022) and American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules also passing its assessment. And given the recent drought of successful assessments/re-assessments, those three movies all passing those respective protocols is a welcome sign.
Of course, those six movies weren’t the only ones that got assessed/re-assessed in this blogged about eight-day span because in addition, the re-assessment of The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian wrapped up on April 12, 2022, the re-assessment of Invincible wrapped up on April 13, 2022, the re-assessment of The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader and the assessment of Back Roads were both done on April 17, 2022, and the re-assessments of both The Secret Of NIMH and Tron: Legacy were done two days ago. However, none of those half dozen movies had the success that Footloose ’11, Turning Red and American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules had, as those six movies could all be heading/heading back to the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
So yeah, 12 movies were assessed/re-assessed in this blogged about eight-day span, with a third of them being a part of the 83 that I documented all the way back on February 16, 2022, so the goal of getting through those 83 Tier(s) 8 and 11 movies to get to the ultimate prize of doing the full-on assessment of Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Las Vegas is making a little more progress.
Of course, the ultimate prize will be prolonged a bit more, as nine more movies have all been added to Tier 12. But hey, the price of being saved as the best for last is totally worth t when it comes to a particular something that has both Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowski at its forefront.
Alright everybody, blog to you all again on this page next week.