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Katharine Towne, John Stamos, Danny Masterson (more on him this coming Tuesday) and Dagmara Dominczyk. They have all just caused the foreseeable movie assessment/re-assessment schedule to expand just a little longer, along with possibly causing the Eastern Bluebird 45 page to subsequently have a different number in its title. Furthermore, each of them has a different reason for this particular expansion, all of which will be detailed via the chart below:
|Celebrity||Movie||Reason(s) For Assessment/Re-Assessment|
|Katharine Towne||Blades Of Glory||Her brief role as a very randy woman gets this movie a second re-assessment, a shot at her being a part of Catch-22 Hundred lore and a chance for both her and Jon Heder to compete March Madness style against at least one of the two Saved By The Bell movies.|
|John Stamos||They Came Together||With all due respect to the late Bob Saget, John Stamos was/is/always will be the coolest thing about Full House. So, given that, this movie gives him the best chance to also be a part of Catch-22 Hundred lore.|
|Danny Masterson||California Solo||He’s in this category for a slightly different reason, which is that he needs a movie of his to reside at the bottom of the Catch-22 Hundred rankings along with The Best Of Times (Kirk Cameron movie) and UHF (Fran Drescher movie). Plus, his real-life heinous tactic of dealing with dogs warrants a movie of his to match-up against John Wick March Madness style.|
|Dagmara Dominczyk||The Immigrant||For as hot as she is in the movie Bottoms, it’s worth assessing a movie of hers that came out before she turned 40.|
Well, there you have it. Four movies that will join a roster full of other movies that are all expected to pass their assessments/re-assessments, headlined by Mending The Line. And given that everything (22 movies) not named “I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore” will make the Project, that 192 that I opened with in the blog entry “Bottoms Becomes A Top Assessment Choice” will change to 199, a number that is famous for a completely different reason.
The selection process continues.