Demoted, But Could Be Designated To Return

Over time, movies that are currently on the Fight For The Final 25 page could (and possibly will) be in limbo of making the Two Thous-Ton Project. Especially with the movies that could either be promoted from The Farm Squad page or could survive the Cutdown Candidates page.

And as it stands right now, eighteen such movies are in limbo.

To see which ones they are, simply view the numbers and bold text below:

  1. Ready Player One. Why it’s on this list: The ambiguity of James Halliday’s avatar is a waste of a tentatively guaranteed Two Thous-Ton Project spot, thus this movie being in this particular type of limbo.
  2. Sequoia (Aly Michalka movie). Why it’s on this list: Until its hard copy (DVD or Blu-ray disc) issue is resolved, it will remain on this list, as it’s currently a waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  3. Magic City Memoirs. Why it’s on this list: See one above.
  4. Tusk. Why it’s on this list: The Moose Jaws hold up is currently making this movie a waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  5. Gone Girl. Why it’s on this list: Until its rumored sequel is made, it will remain on this list, as it’s currently a waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  6. Good Luck Chuck. Why it’s on this list: The first of possibly many appearances on this list.
  7. 300: Rise Of An Empire. Why it’s on this list: Lack of progress of a third installment makes this movie a complete waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  8. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Why it’s on this list: The combination of its post-credits scene ending and no sequel makes it a complete waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  9. The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones. Why it’s on this list: The ambiguity of a sequel (eight years since this movie came out) makes it a complete waste of a Final 25 roster spot.
  10. The Hunt For Red October. Why it’s on this list: It will be re-activated once the tentative logjam breaks up more.
  11. Major League: Back To The Minors. Why it’s on this list: The first of many appearances on this list.
  12. Kickboxer ’89. Why it’s on this list: See one spot above.
  13. Keeping Up With The Jones. Why it’s on this list: It’s a lesser version of Mr. Right, a movie that is one of the top two Ton-Tenders at the moment. It could still have a chance to make the Project, but that’s a long shot, considering what’s on the Farm Squad page, as well as the potential on both the Over Capacity page and Walk-On Movies page. At best, it could truly be one of the last 25 to make it. Stay tuned.
  14. Species. Why it’s on this list: If its sequels don’t advance the storyline much or at all, then it’s going back to the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
  15. Lucky Day. Why it’s on this list: It’s laugh out loud funny at times, but it’s also meandering at other times. It’s either going to be one of the last ones to make the Project or it’s going to be continuously passed over for other movies that have the potential to be clearly better.
  16. Happy Feet. Why it’s on this list: It’s an irritating movie yet also has just enough charm to be re-activated to the Fight For The Final 25 page/roster. A more definitive decision will be made on this movie once the logjam really breaks up.
  17. Happy Feet Two. Why it’s on this list: See one spot above.
  18. Patriots Day. Why it’s on this list: It’s in the same boat as The Hunt For Red October, along with the fact that both this movie and that movie need to be investigated about whether they connect to both The Sum Of All Fears and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit or not. And of course, that won’t happen until the re-assessment of Clear And Present Danger is complete.