Off hand, I don’t know what all 10 Commandments are, but any one of us making up Commandments just to be playful about them is way too slippery of a slope in my opinion. So, having said that, I can playfully make up a set of commandments for the Catch-22 Hundred Project, but they will most likely exceed the amount of 10.
Of course, I haven’t officially written Commandment-like rules for the Catch-22 Hundred Project. But after seeing the disappointment that was They Came Together, I have one Commandment-like rule for it, which is that a John Stamos movie needs to be a part of this very diverse group of movies. And of course, with that being said, I scoured through his IMDB filmography, in an attempt to find something that I could tentatively get into the Project, only to find movies that came off as uninteresting.
Or so I thought, as I noticed his most recent movie was a computer-animated one called Ploey, a movie that got released in the United States during late-April of 2019. And given that that movie was by far my best option to fill the void that was left by They Came Together, I decided to add it to the current group of movies up for assessment/re-assessment. And unlike the now failed They Came Together, Ploey will be the movie that punches John Stamos’ ticket into the Project.
Alright, no more messing around with my timetable of getting these now 12 Tier 9 movies completed, as I’ve had a Batman Forever evaluation waiting for quite some time now.
Tune in tomorrow to the From A Dusty’s Perspective page and/or A Pile Of Perspective page to see my review of the Dr. Dre album “The Chronic”.