Over Capacity

Despite the Two Thous-Ton Project being near or at full capacity, there can and will be other movies up for both assessment and re-assessment.

This page currently has forty seven such movies.

To see what they all are, simply the numbers and bold text below:

  1. The Wood. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the first of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  2. A Walk Among The Tombstones. Why it’s one of the forty seven: This movie could be a chance for Liam Neeson to make up for the disappointment that was Cold Pursuit.
  3. Man On Fire. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the second of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  4. Disconnect. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fifth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  5. Broken City. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the sixth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  6. The Hottest State. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the seventh of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  7. The Age Of Adeline. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the eighth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  8. The Men Who Stare At Goats. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the ninth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  9. Real Women Have Curves. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the tenth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  10. Precious. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the eleventh of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  11. Bereavement. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the twelfth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  12. Who’s Your Caddy?. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the thirteenth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  13. Hulk. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fourteenth of the fourteen movies removed from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page to be placed on this page.
  14. Burning Man. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s a chance for Bojana Novakovic to have a movie of hers in the Project.
  15. Your Sister’s Sister. Why it’s one of the forty seven: There’s no such thing as too much Emily Blunt in the Project.
  16. Malevolence. Why it’s one of the forty seven: This is one of the two movies that could help make Bereavement feel complete.
  17. Malevolence 3: Killer. Why it’s one of the forty seven: This is the other of the two movies that could make Bereavement feel complete.
  18. 96 Minutes. Why it’s one of the forty seven: Despite already Cow Belles being in the Project, this movie is a potential Project movie where Christian Serratos will have a much larger role. Plus, there is no such thing as too much Brittany Snow in the Project.
  19. Wendy And Lucy. Why it’s one of the forty seven: A movie that’s deemed as a touching road movie involving a woman and her beloved dog is totally deserving of an assessment.
  20. Leave No Trace. Why it’s one of the forty seven: This movie fell through the cracks of being selected as an assessment. But now that it’s on this page, falling through the cracks is no longer the case. Plus, it has the same touching road movie vibe as the aforementioned Wendy And Lucy, thus another reason why it’s on this page.
  21. McFarland, USA. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the second of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  22. I Feel Pretty. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the third of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  23. I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fourth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  24. The Hunted. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fifth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  25. Blood Father. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the seventh of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  26. The Post. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the eighth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  27. The Guilt Trip. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the ninth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  28. The Penthouse. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the tenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  29. The Great Buck Howard. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the eleventh of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  30. Come And Find Me. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the twelfth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  31. The Last Mimzy. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the thirteenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  32. Van Helsing. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fourteenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  33. Brewster’s Millions. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fifteenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  34. Vampire Academy. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the seventeenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  35. Absolutely Anything. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the eighteenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  36. D.E.B.S. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the nineteenth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  37. Erin Brockovich. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the twentieth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  38. Lionheart. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the twenty first of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  39. Numb. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the twenty fourth of the twenty four movies of the defunct Movies To Be Elevated page.
  40. Dangerous Minds. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the first of four pre-New Year’s resolution removals from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
  41. He’s Just Not That Into You. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the second of four pre-New Year’s resolution removals from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
  42. Astro Boy. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the third of four pre-New Year’s resolution removals from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
  43. Body Of Lies. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s the fourth of four pre-New Year’s resolution removals from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page.
  44. Deja Vu. Why it’s one of the forty seven: For a little over a decade, it was deemed the better of the two (Inside Man is the other) 2006 Denzel Washington movies, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  45. You Got Served. Why it’s one of the forty seven: If Head Of State and its cringe can get a re-assessment, then this movie and its cringe should as well.
  46. Chain Reaction. Why it’s one of the forty seven: It’s rare that Eddie Bo Smith Jr. gets substantial roles in movies, thus this movie garnering a re-assessment.
  47. Laws Of Attraction. Why it’s one of the forty seven: Julianne Moore’s appearance in The Fugitive pardoned this movie from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page…for now.