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. Growing Up Smith. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has way too much charm to not get re-assessed.
  7. 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.
  8. Dead Calm. Why it’s a Walk-On: It needs a thorough re-assessment, thus why it’s on this page.
  9. Minari. Why it’s a Walk-On: The plot of this movie makes it totally worthy of an assessment.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Enemy Of The State. Why it’s a Walk-On: If American Assassin can be assessed, then this movie should be assessed as well.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. Don Jon. Why it’s a Walk-On: If the movie listed above can get a re-assessment, then this movie should as well.
  17. Spy. Why it’s a Walk-On: The possibility of a sequel gets this movie a re-assessment.
  18. 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.
  19. Staten Island Summer. Why it’s a Walk-On: It got short-changed by the “waste of a tentative guaranteed spot” rule, so it’s getting re-assessed.
  20. Gringo. Why it’s a Walk-On: It got re-assessed while on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page, so it’s getting a second re-assessment to avoid confusion.
  21. Daylight. Why it’s a Walk-On: There’s a spoiler alert in this movie and that is that Kit Latura saves the life of a dog. And on that basis alone, this movie will get re-assessed.
  22. Detroit. Why it’s a Walk-On: Just like Most Likely To Murder, it has slipped through the cracks for far too long.
  23. The Living Daylights. Why it’s a Walk-On: If Thunderball can get a re-assessment, then this movie should as well.
  24. Mariachi Gringo. Why it’s a Walk-On: It’s in the same exact boat as Hello Herman. However, it’s in a complicated situation, which is exact hard copy availability.
  25. That Awkward Moment. Why it’s Walk-On: This movie is getting re-assessed to see how big of a role or how small of a role that Addison Timlin has.
  26. First Sunday. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie is worthy of a re-assessment, simply because of Katt Williams’ character’s Myspace comment.
  27. Warcraft. Why it’s a Walk-On: Its ending will be re-investigated a second time, therefore it getting a re-assessment.
  28. Apple Of My Eye. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie was contemplated as an assessment during the time that Race To Win had its assessment, only for it to slip through the cracks. But given the constant pursuit of having the best 2,000 in the rankings, along with a recent resurgence of Michalka (AJ is in this movie) movies, this one will finally be assessed.
  29. Sand Dollar Cove. Why it’s a Walk-On: Four Hallmark movies are either in the Project or are going to be in the Project. This one could be number five. Especially with this being Aly Michalka’s turn, as she will follow in the footsteps of Minka Kelly, one of her cast mates from the movie The Roommate.
  30. Emma’s Chance. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has Race To Win vibes written all over it.
  31. And Then Came Love. Why it’s a Walk-On: This is the very first movie in the career of Anna Camp.
  32. Undercover Brother. Why it’s a Walk-On: The presence of Denise Richards makes it worthy of a re-assessment.
  33. Steam. Why it’s a Walk-On: Kate Siegel was virtually non-existent in Ouija: Origin Of Evil. This movie could help her get a movie of hers in the Project.
  34. Those Who Wish Me Dead. Why it’s a Walk-On: Angelina Jolie’s most recent big studio work has been either as Maleficent or Tigress. This movie is a welcome change of pace for her, along with boasting a strong supporting cast.
  35. Saving Flora. Why it’s Walk-On: If An Elephant’s Journey can get assessed, then this movie should as well.
  36. Burden. Why it’s a Walk-On: The re-assessment of Disconnect has caused a search for more Andrea Risenborough movies to assess.
  37. Emperor. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie has James Cromwell, an actor who has a golden touch with any movie that he’s in.
  38. Morris From America. Why it’s a Walk-On: Movies such as Song Bird and Table 19 clearly put Craig Robinson’s talent on display. This movie could fall into that category.
  39. Liberal Arts. Why it’s a Walk-On: A pair of Elizabeths (Olsen, Reaser) are the two reasons why this movie is going to be assessed.
  40. John Dies At The End. Why it’s a Walk-On: One of two chances for Fabianne Therese to have a movie of hers in the Project.
  41. Teenage Cocktail. Why it’s a Walk-On: See one spot above.
  42. Sweet Virginia. Why it’s a Walk-On: It has the same vibe as The World Made Straight, Hollow In The Land, Vincent N Roxxy, Winter’s Bone and Juggernaut, thus why it’s getting assessed.
  43. The Flying Scissors. Why it’s a Walk-On: Whomever plays the beauty queen in this movie needs to have a movie of hers in the Project, thus why it’s getting re-assessed.
  44. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2. Why it’s a Walk-On: If its predecessor can be assessed/re-assessed, then this movie should be as well.
  45. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!. Why it’s a Walk-On: If its two predecessors can be assessed/re-assessed, then this movie should be as well.
  46. Operation: Endgame. Why it’s a Walk-On: The Truth About Lies has caused an uptick in Odette Annable movies being added to the assessment/re-assessment group. This is another of those movies.
  47. Die In A Gunfight. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie could help make up for the disappointment that was Cymbeline, in terms of the vibe that it gives off. Plus, it has Alexandra Daddario.
  48. Paradise. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie is cut from the same cloth as Juno, The Art Of Getting By, (500) Days Of Summer and Post Grad. And for that reason, along with the presence of Julianne Hough, it will be assessed.
  49. Tulip Fever. Why it’s a Walk-On: The failed re-assessment of Son Of A Gun has caused the want for another Alicia Vikander movie to be assessed. This is that movie.
  50. Let Go. Why it’s a Walk-On: The presence of Gillian Jacobs makes this movie totally deserving of an assessment.
  51. Kiss Me Again. Why it’s a Walk-On: Love & Other Drugs, The Dark Tower and Speed Kills give Katheryn Winnick three movies of hers in the Project. However, this one promises to give her a much bigger role compared to those three movies.
  52. Warm Bodies. Why it’s a Walk-On: This movie was recommended as an assessment. Plus, it has Analeigh Tipton.
  53. Body Brokers. Why it’s a Walk-On: The trio of Frank Grillo, Michael K. Williams and Jessica Rothe make any movie worthy of an assessment/re-assessment, whether collectively or individually. The former applies here.
  54. Apocalypse Now. Why it’s a Walk-On: This acclaimed war movie has yet to be anywhere near Two Thous-Ton consideration. But now that it’s a Walk-On, that time has finally come.
  55. Zeroville. Why it’s a Walk-On: There’s no such thing as too much Megan Fox in the Project. Plus, there’s a cameo role for Thaila Ayala in this movie.