Sometime between the two sessions of my evaluation for Charlie Wilson’s War, I was going over the 25 Tier 11 movies that I had chosen for the “50 For 25” aspect of the Two ThouCentennial Project, only for something to dawn on me. And as to what that something was, well it was the possibility of Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse having an incomplete feel, due to it having a part two come out March 29 of next year. So, given that and the possibility of Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom having its hard copy confirmation revealed by that particular date, I’ve decided to move Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse to the group of 53 movies that are or will eventually be no older than five years, with that group getting the right to compete for the final 53 spots of the Two ThouCentennial Project.
Alright, so now that I addressed my reasoning, it’s time to reveal what movie will take the place of Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse in the 50 For 25 aspect of the Two ThouCentennial Project. And as to what that movie will be, well it be Unexpected, Anna Camp’s newest movie. And as to what my prediction will be for how her newest movie will do in its assessment, well if it can both pass its assessment and get hard copy confirmation, then it will clinch a top 25 spot.
Well, that’s the latest (and likely final) change in the 50 For 25 aspect of the Two ThouCentennial Project. Tune in sometime next year to find out which 25 movies will punch the tickets for overall guaranteed Two ThouCentennial spots 2,023 through 2,047.