Flickasbord, Volume 54

**Note: The following content has adult wording. Discretion is advised

Re-assessing the Reid Scott movie “Sister” made me realize that I should have never put it on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page in the first place, as I enjoyed it more the second time around and Nadine Velazquez played a big part in that. So, with that being said, it’s just a matter of getting hard copy confirmation for it because the 2014 movie is totally Flickuum worthy. Stay tuned.

The magic number for “Do Revenge” is now five, as A) Upgraded killed its own momentum multiple times during its re-assessment, B) Sleepover is just way too creepy and cringe to be a Flickuum movie, C) 2 Days In The Valley is a Pulp Fiction rip-off and D) Moving McAllister is proof that Jon Heder movies can’t work with anything Nadine Velazquez related or Tiffani-Amber Thiessen related. Furthermore, the latter of those four movies put me to sleep again and I wasn’t impressed with what I saw when I hit fast forward to get to the final minutes of it. But having said of all that, there is still a remote chance for that movie because of that cute little piglet named Dorothy. Stay tuned.

In a move to get some more Alicia Vikander movies into The Project, I’ve pardoned the movie “Burnt” from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, as A) I want to see her and Lily James in the same movie together and B) If Valentine’s Day and all the Taylor Swift fuckery can be in The Project, then this movie deserves a re-assessment at least. However, it will very likely be in the next batch of assessments/re-assessments, as I want to focus on what I put in Tier 8, prior to this pardon. So, given that, it might be in my next assessment/re-assessment marathon, which still has yet to be determined. And since the aforementioned “Burnt” is a movie that will be pardoned from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, something has to go in its place, therefore I have chosen “Waiting For Guffman” as that movie because it’s slightly better than “A Mighty Wind”.

One Reid Scott movie (Sister) remains in Flickuum limbo, but another one was able to punch a ticket in Tier 11, as the movie “Dean” was solid throughout, albeit his role in the 2016 movie is nowhere near as big. But still, all of the aspects came together perfectly, thus making it the 31st movie to be placed in that tier.

And finally, 2024 movie theatrical assessments got back on track, as the Ryan Gosling-Emily Blunt movie “The Fall Guy” became the 15th successful movie of my 2024 theatrical tour. As a matter of fact, it has the potential to be a Project jump-starter or a calming presence in the middle of an evaluation line-up. Yes, it doesn’t have a hard pre-order listing right now, but it has a digital one, therefore it will join “Dean” in the 2,101 through 2,200 selection protocol.

Well, “Sister” and “Moving McAllister” have both caused some uncertainty in rounding out overall guaranteed Flickuum spots 2,101 through 2,300. But if I can figure out hard copy confirmation for the former, then I can figure out my approach for the latter, as Dorothy The Pig is keeping that one alive. Now it’s time to knock “Airheads” off the watch list.

Until the next time.