The 100-movie assessment marathon that is still currently happening is no doubt the main thing that’s on my mind right now. However, that doesn’t mean that the movie assessments will end forever. Especially with more coming through the pipeline, such as Aquaman 2 and Wonder Woman 1984.
However, the former of those two won’t be out until 2022, while the latter of those two won’t be out until early June of this year. So with both of those things being said, I’ll focus on a near future project that won’t be anywhere near the undertaking that the 100-movie assessment marathon is, along with the fact that I assessed a movie (Lucky Day) that wasn’t a part of this marathon that I’m currently working on.
Now this isn’t the first time during this marathon that I’ve changed a movie in the line-up, as I swapped out Cats for The Intruder. However, that was by design, whereas the assessment of Lucky Day was by accident. So to keep the rest of the line-up intact, along with not wanting to exceed 100 movie assessments at all during the span of January 3, 2020 through February 4, 2020, I optioned (moved) the Boris Karloff version of The Mummy to the next round of movie assessments, which is slated to occur sometime after this coming Valentine’s Day. And as to how many movies that will be assessed during that round in addition to the Boris Karloff version of The Mummy, well that total is nine, as I had any and all Julie Gonzalo movies slip through the cracks during the time in which I was putting together the 100-movie assessment marathon, along with the fact that I almost chose the Taylor Schilling movie “Family” instead of The Intruder to take the place of Cats during this current marathon.
To see which nine movies will be in the round of movie assessments with The Mummy, simply view the table below:
|Movie||Why it’s being assessed|
|Pumpkin Pie Wars||Out of all the Julie Gonzalo movies yet to be assessed, this one was one of the top two in that category.|
|Ladron Que Roba A Ladron||The second of the top two Julie Gonzalo movies that has yet to be assessed.|
|Family||Despite Taylor Schilling already having one of her movies (Argo) in the Evaluation Pool, it’s worth seeing/assessing other movies of hers.|
|The Public||Same reason as Family. Plus, it’s time to assess an Emilio Esetevez movie, in which he is both an actor and director.|
|The Lucky One||Same reason as Family, along with the fact that if Flying Lessons can get re-assessed, then this movie should as well. Plus, Zach Efron has a proven track record of movies where him and beautiful actresses are in the same cast. Among the actresses in movies with him: Amanda Crew, Zoey Deutch, Aubrey Plaza (twice), Anna Kendrick, Alexanda Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Priyanka Chopra and Rebecca Ferguson.|
|The Break-Up Artist||After another look at the filmography of the aforementioned Amanda Crew, a third movie of hers (this one) is in the category of best movies of hers that have yet to be assessed.|
|Loosies||There’s no such thing as too much Jaimie Alexander in the Tremendous 1200 Project. Plus, it will be interesting to see her in a movie with Peter Facinelli, her one-time fiancé in real life.|
|The DUFF||It’s in total need of a re-assessment.|
|Find Me Guilty||If The Informant! can be in the Tremendous 1200 rankings, then this movie deserves a re-assessment.|