Every time that I think that I have my next round of movie assessments are all ready to go, one to three more movies that are subject to re-assessment once again pop up. Plus, I had two other movies that I was contemplating assessing in August 2019 and October 2019, respectively, only to have those two movies get lost in the shuffle.
But now that I’ve set reminders for myself pertaining to those two lost in the shuffle movies, well they won’t get lost in the shuffle once the Karl-Nine Marathon rolls around.
A grand total of eight more movies will be joining the aforementioned Karl-Nine Marathon, so to see what those eight are, simply view the chart below:
|Movie||Why it’s being assessed|
|The Kill Hole||The movie that was heavily considered for an assessment in August 2019, simply because Chadwick Boseman is a kick-ass actor.|
|Homefront||Jason Statham has one movie (Death Race) in the Tremendous 1200 rankings, one movie (The Italian Job) in the Evaluation Pool, and another one (Gnomeo & Juliet) awaiting to join the latter in order to join the former. Assessing this one could fill any of the other three Statham movies (Crank, Snatch, and Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels) that have been booted out of the Tremendous 1200 Project in the meantime. Plus, this movie was the one that got heavy consideration in October 2019.|
|Benjamin Troubles||Two golden opportunities for Cameron Goodman movies (Shuttle, Frozen Kiss) dramatically failed in getting Tremendous 1200 consideration, while the jury is still out on a third one in Ragamuffin. However, this movie presents yet another such opportunity.|
|Rebound||Martin Lawrence is 2-for-2 with family movies, with College Road Trip being a Tremendous 1200 movie and Open Season on its way to being a Tremendous 1200 movie. This movie deserves an assessment for a try at the trifecta.|
|Sin City: A Dame To Kill For||With the recent re-assessment of Sin City and the upcoming re-assessment of The Spirit, this movie deserves an assessment as much as those two do/did.|
|Jarhead||This movie gets a re-assessment on the basis of the outburst of Alan Troy (Peter Sarsgaard) needing to be closely re-examined.|
|Necessary Roughness||The martial arts style tackling scene alone makes this movie worthy of a re-assessment.|
|Unleashed||This movie has been granted a pardon from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, due to the fact that another movie where Jet Li is a good guy deserves a re-assessment.|