Sequel To The Burn-A-Ment, Part 4

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

Between the time that I wrote the first version of this blog entry and now, adaptability has been applied to how I want to round the foreseeable Catch-22 Hundred spots. And not only has it been applied because in addition, it has been applied with five specific protocols now officially in place, starting with the now completed assessment of Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom contributing to two of those protocols. Let’s delve into protocol one via the next paragraph.

Alright, so as someone who has waited nearly five years for a complete feel to the first Aquaman movie, I got exactly what I wanted via seeing Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, thus it passed its assessment. And not only did it pass its assessment because in addition, it got a Top 20 spot in Tier 12, thanks to Amazon already having it available (DVD) for pre-order. And although no date release has been announced, Amazon’s listing of it has officially eliminated the movie “Hunt To Kill” from Tier 12 contention. Now onto the second protocol.

So far, six of the last seven awesome movies that I have seen theatrically have all been awarded overall guaranteed Catch-22 Hundred spots and all but two (The Marvels and Wish) have had the available for pre-order label applied to them via Amazon. And of course, one of those four available for pre-order movies (Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom) was mentioned in the previous paragraph, thus the question, “Which movies are the other three?”

Well, the answer is Trolls Band Together, Wonka and Migration, which too have had no release date(s) announced as of yet, but it’s still too early for them when it comes to that. Now onto the third protocol.

Following the discontinuation of VideoETA, no company has exploited the lack of upcoming hard copy confirmation as much as Disney has, thus why a damn thing still hasn’t been said about both The Marvels and Wish. And with the aforementioned VideoETA being its own kind before the stupid (and pointless) discontinuation, I was unable to find a website that was going to send me hard copy confirmations before I did so via, although I’m not sure how efficient that they will be in sending me such confirmations via e-mail. And with that uncertainty being said, I think I’ll contact Amazon to see if they have any information about the two movies that Disney is still screwing around with. Now onto the fourth protocol. And no, I’m not talking about the movie that has both Michael Caine and Pierce Brosnan.

Anyways, the selection process for the 18th Tier 12 spot was way too tedious. And given that I want the selection process for the final Tier 12 spot to be wrapped up before New Year’s Day, I’m going to scrap the format of 10 tournament movies competing against 74 Tier 12 movies for the best win-loss record, in favor of ranking the 10 movies in their preseason form. And not only will I rank them in their preseason form because in addition, I will both amend and expand the field from 10 movies to 16 movies before they all compete for that last Tier 12 spot. Now onto the fifth and final protocol.

Alright, so in the tournament for the 18th Tier 12 spot, the top 10 movies preseason style were Scream ’22, The Last Ride, Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Silent Night, Richard Jewell, Fantasia, 6 Month Rule, Reminiscence, The Land and War, with the first of those 10 ultimately winning that tournament. And with all of that being said, this tournament for the final Tier 12 spot will have Scream VI in the spot of Scream ’22 and all but 6 Month Rule, Reminiscence and The Land retained, as those three latter movies each have questionable aspects that are too glaring right now. But worry not, as two of those spots are going to be filled by The Man With The Iron Fists 2 and Shark Night, followed by presumably Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget getting that third said spot. And should Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget carry on the successful Aardman tradition, well then that takes care of the amending aspect of things. Now onto the expanding aspect via the next paragraph.

Alright, so given that both Ride Along movies (thanks to Nadine Velazquez) will be in the Project no matter what, they will both be exempt from being re-assessed, thus they will be ranked 12th and 11th, respectively in the pre-tournament rankings. So, given that, only four movies need to selected to round out the field of 16 movies and there’s quite a lot to choose from via the movies Within (a proven Nadine Velazquez movie), All’s Faire In Love (a medieval comedy movie that could outrank Black Knight), Benjamin Troubles (a movie that’s a cross between Paint It Red and The Brass Teapot), The Female Brain (a movie that can make Whitney Cummings a part of the Project), Ode To Joy (a non-Deadpool movie that has Morena Baccarin), True Memoirs Of An International Assassin (the one-time top targeted Zulay Henao movie for the Project) and Good Burger 2, which might have a built-in advantage via its predecessor being a Tier 2 movie.

Yes, success for Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget and three (possibly four, depending on what will be the tenth Nadine Velazquez Project movie) other movies is pretty much assured. Now I just need to spend at least the next 36 hours to justify that statement.