Walk-On Movies

Following the pardons of Chain Reaction, Laws Of Attraction, Sophie’s Choice and both Paul Blart movies from the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, more movies were chosen to be assessed/re-assessed, due to their potential at being Two Thous-Ton movies. Plus given the always time consuming nature of updating the Over Capacity page, they are instead on this page.

To see which movies that they are, simply view the numbered list below.

  1. The Judge. Why it’s a Walk-On: Even though a particular relationship in this movie is a little awkward, it’s also a movie with a very powerful storyline, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  2. Like Sunday, Like Rain. Why it’s a Walk On: Like The Judge, there’s a particular relationship that’s a little awkward. However, it’s also worthy of a re-assessment via Leighton Meester’s performance, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  3. The Secret Of NIMH. Why it’s a Walk-On: The vibe of this movie is similar to some of the lighter moments of Sophie’s Choice, thus this one getting a re-assessment.
  4. The Notebook. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie paved the way for The Longest Ride, The Choice and The Lucky One, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  5. Committed. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie is an indicator to see if Patricia Velasquez has what it takes to make into the Project. Plus, it’s a movie that looks like that it can be a good complimentary movie to any of the three Pitch Perfect installments.
  6. Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie could help pardon its predecessor from the Fight For The Final 25 page/roster.
  7. Growing Up Smith. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has way too much charm to not get re-assessed.
  8. Camp Nowhere. Why it’s a Walk-On: If Heavyweights can be a Tier 6 movie with a strong possibility of making the Project, then this movie deserves a re-assessment.
  9. Dead Calm. Why it’s a Walk-On: It needs a thorough re-assessment, thus why it’s on this page.
  10. Our Idiot Brother. Why it’s a Walk-On: With how movies such as (500) Days Of Summer and Alex And The List both ended, this movie deserves a re-assessment on that basis alone.
  11. Minari. Why it’s a Walk-On: The plot of this movie makes it totally worthy of an assessment.
  12. Digging For Fire. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie is getting assessed in the event that The Last Five Years doesn’t pan out, as this movie also has the aforementioned Anna Kendrick.
  13. Death To Smoochy. Why it’s a Walk-On: If Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie and its weird flying scene can be a Tier 5 movie, then this movie and its weird flying scene deserves a re-assessment.
  14. Little Giants. Why it’s a Walk-On: It doesn’t have the awkward “keeping it in the family” romantic relationship element of Flower. Plus, a movie of geeks vs. bully jocks is worthy of Two Thous-Ton consideration.
  15. Drive Thru. Why it’s a Walk-On: The search for a movie where Leighton Meester plays a normal character continues. This movie could end that search.
  16. Country Strong. Why it’s a Walk-On: It could pass the test of movies where Leighton Meester plays a normal character if Drive Thru fails or could be joining Drive Thru for Two Thous-Ton consideration.
  17. Monte Carlo. Why it’s a Walk-On: It has a From Prada To Nada vibe about it, along with possibly joining Drive Thru and/or Country Strong in getting Two Thous-Ton consideration, as this movie is also a Leighton Meester movie.
  18. Debating Robert Lee. Why it’s a Walk-On: There’s no such thing as too much Rachel Nichols in the Project.
  19. The Personal History Of David Copperfield. Why it’s a Walk-On: It has the same vibe as The Man Who Invented Christmas, which is currently a Tier 3 movie. And because of that vibe, this movie is getting an assessment.
  20. Ghost In The Shell. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie can be fill the “Lucy” void in the Project, as both this movie and that movie (on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page) are both Scarlett Johansson movies.
  21. All My Life. Why it’s a Walk-On: In a competition with 711 Two Thous-Ton spots still up for grabs, it’s yet another movie that is no longer slipping through the cracks.
  22. Dr. Cabbie. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s one of three Adrianne Palicki movies that has yet to get assessed.
  23. Baby, Baby, Baby. Why it’s a Walk-On: See one spot above.
  24. 10 Things I Hate About You. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s one of the bigger name movies that hasn’t been assessed yet.
  25. Enemy Of The State. Why it’s a Walk-On: See one spot above.
  26. Camp. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s the movie that paved the way for Anna Kendrick having the most Two Thous-Ton movies among all actresses, therefore this one getting an assessment.
  27. Dedication. Why it’s a Walk-On: Mandy Moore has gotten five assessments already in 2021, but none of the R-Rated variety this year nor at all. This movie will change those two facts.
  28. Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen. Why it’s a Walk-On: It was an attempted assessment back in August 2009, however it wasn’t completed. And because it wasn’t completed, well it will get a full assessment this time around.
  29. Lost Girls And Love Hotels. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s hard copy (Region 1 DVD) availability and the presence of Alexandra Daddario are both the reasons why it’s a walk-on.
  30. Son Of The South. Why it’s a Walk-On: Fantasy Island is a fun movie that will make the Project, but this movie has the potential to outrank that one, in terms of both movies being Lucy Hale movies.
  31. The Truth About Lies. Why it’s a Walk-On: While Odette Annable is likely to have both And Soon The Darkness and You Again in the Project, this movie of hers could outrank both of those movies when it’s all said and done.
  32. Bull. Why it’s a Walk-On: Another chance for the aforementioned Rob Morgan to have a movie of his in the Project.
  33. Molly’s Game. Why it’s a Walk-On: If I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry can be a Ton-Tender In-Waiting, then this movie should get a re-assessment.
  34. Sleeping With Other People. Why it’s a Walk-On: Due to How To Be Single (an Alison Brie movie) succeeding in its third re-assessment, this Alison Brie movie is also getting a re-assessment.
  35. James White. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s time to see what Mackenzie Leigh has to offer in addition to Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.
  36. Light Years. Why it’s a Walk-On: See one spot above.
  37. The Assistant. Why it’s a Walk-On: Although the aforementioned Mackenzie Leigh is buried on the depth chart of this movie’s cast, it has generated a lot of scouting buzz to warrant an assessment.
  38. G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Why it’s a Walk-On: The presence of the aforementioned Adrianne Palicki has expedited this movie to this group.
  39. The Night Before. Why it’s a Walk-On: Even though Lizzy Caplan is in Mean Girls (a fully guaranteed Two Thous-Ton movie), this movie gives her a bigger role, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  40. Don Jon. Why it’s a Walk-On: If the movie listed above can get a re-assessment, then this movie should as well.
  41. Spy. Why it’s a Walk-On: The possibility of a sequel gets this movie a re-assessment.
  42. Baby Mama. Why it’s a Walk-On: If Hope Springs and its cringe aspects of rekindling romance can be in the Project, then this movie deserves a re-assessment.
  43. Fracture. Why it’s a Walk-On: If Manipulated can be on The Farm Squad as a non-guaranteed tentative Two Thous-Ton movie, then this movie deserves a re-assessment.