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. Lena And Snowball. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has the same vibe as both Mia And The White Lion and Duma, thus it getting an assessment.
  6. Hancock. Why it’s a Walk-On: Will Smith being Superman with a bad attitude is totally worthy of a re-assessment.
  7. Love, Wedding, Marriage. Why it’s a Walk-On: Mandy Moore’s stock in the Two Thous-Ton Project has risen, following the January 2, 2021 evaluation of Racing Stripes.
  8. License To Wed. Why it’s a Walk-On: See one spot above.
  9. Chasing Liberty. Why it’s a Walk-On: See two spots above.
  10. Tall Tale. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has the same vibe as both Iron Will and Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale, thus it getting an assessment.
  11. The Croods: A New Age. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie brilliantly expands upon its predecessor, which is already an enshrined Two Thous-Ton movie, thus this movie getting an assessment.
  12. Zipper. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s worth finding out if this Dianna Agron movie is worse than The Romantics, another Dianna Agron movie.
  13. Teacher Of The Year. Why it’s a Walk-On: It could work well in a line-up with Men In Black: International, The Heat, The Founder and Mr. Right, thus it getting a re-assessment.
  14. 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.
  15. Predator 2. Why it’s a Walk-On: Predator is currently 0-542 in the Two Thous-Ton rankings. However, this movie could turn that zero into a “1”.
  16. Predators. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie could turn Predator’s zero into a “1” or “2”.
  17. The Predator. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie could turn Predator’s zero into a “1”, “2” or “3”.
  18. 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.
  19. Barnyard. Why it’s a Walk-On: Animated movies about farm animals have had a successful track record in making the Project, thus why this movie gets a re-assessment.
  20. Weakness. Why it’s a Walk-On: It needs a thorough re-assessment.
  21. Growing Up Smith. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has way too much charm to not get re-assessed.
  22. 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.
  23. Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie could save its predecessor from being permanently banned from Project consideration.
  24. Dead Calm. Why it’s a Walk-On: It needs a thorough re-assessment, thus why it’s on this page.
  25. Ready Or Not. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s slipped through the cracks for the past six months. But it wasn’t forgotten, as it’s a movie with the vibe of giving the Project infusion.
  26. Catch .44. Why it’s a Walk-On: Other than possibly About Scout, movies with Nikki Reed as a grown up actress haven’t had success in making the Project, thus this movie getting an assessment.
  27. The Cheating Pact. Why it’s a Walk-On: Despite Laura Ashley Samuels having Walk Of Fame as a movie of hers that has a tentative Two Thous-Ton spot, this movie allows her to have a bigger role, thus it getting an assessment.
  28. For A Few Dollars More. Why it’s a Walk-On: An assessment of this movie will help the futures of both its predecessor (A Fistful Of Dollars) and sequel (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly), in terms of whether they make the Project or not.
  29. Flourish. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie will do justice for Olivia Burnette, in terms of a movie where she’s a grown up actress.
  30. 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.
  31. Soul. Why it’s a Walk-On: Every other Pixar movie is in either Tier 1, Tier 2 or Tier 3, thus this movie getting an assessment.
  32. Minari. Why it’s a Walk-On: The plot of this movie makes it totally worthy of an assessment.
  33. A Bridge Too Far. Why it’s a Walk-On: A movie that has two legends in Anthony Hopkins and the late Sean Connery is totally worthy of an assessment.
  34. Walk Of Shame. Why it’s a Walk-On: Elizabeth Banks is always a breath of fresh air for the Two Thous-Ton Project, but really cinches this movie getting an assessment is the presence of Gillian Jacobs.
  35. Rob Roy. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has the same vibe as Braveheart, the latter of which is an enshrined Two Thous-Ton movie.
  36. Charlie Countryman. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has a bit of the same vibe as Uncut Gems, the latter of which is a highly-touted Ton-Tender in-wait.