Flickasbord, Volume 37 

Alright, this will be the last ever time that there will be purging within the overall guaranteed Flickuum movies, as I found a second Vince Vaughn-Peter Billingsley collaboration that’s worse than the ousted “Couples Retreat”. Let’s begin.

Alright, starting with that second collaboration, well it’s the movie “Term Life” and I already stated that I think it’s worse than “Couples Retreat”. But of course, there are other reasons for this ouster, with one being that I typically don’t like the aspect of a secondary antagonist being the one who doles out retribution to the main antagonist, and another one being that this is an inferior between “Pitch Perfect installments” movie for Hailee Steinfeld, thus this ouster. And of course, since this movie is among the 2,100 overall guaranteed Flickuum movies, “Richard Jewell” has been expedited from Tier 4 to Tier 3, while “Spies In Disguise” has been placed in Tier 5, following its assessment.

In another retribution to main antagonist entry item, the movie “Sinners And Saints” has also had its fully guaranteed Flickuum spot revoked, due to of course that retribution aspect. And that’s not the only thing working against the 2010 movie because in addition, it’s worse than “Term Life”. So, in the second (and final) move to keep the 2,100 intact, “Girl, Interrupted” has been expedited from Tier 4 to Tier 3, followed by “Christopher Robin” being expedited from Tier 7 to Tier 4.

And finally, “The Creator” will get a re-assessment because I picked up “Children Of Men” vibes via reading the plot last night. So, given that and the plot not seeming as convoluted as I originally thought, there is a chance that the Gareth Edwards-directed movie be among the movies in the 2,101 through 2,201 selection protocol.

Well, the walk that I issued to “8 Heads In A Duffel” got erased, as I got “Spies In Disguise” to hit into an inning-ending double play, so 24 defensive outs away from May 6. Here’s to a much smoother second inning.