When Both Bottled Water Gets Run Of Town, & A List Gets Discarded!

**Note: The Alex & The List aspect was a last minute addition to this entry, so please bear with Steve Kaycee if this entry looks a little distorted

Ever see an unintentionally comedic scene derail a movie? I have and as to what that scene is, well it’s the practice fight scene between Han and Kai in “Romeo Must Die”, as that scene looks like a terrible commercial for a bottled water company. And of course, with all of that being said, that movie will real deal be the last ever one to be purged from The Flickuum Project, thus that amount of purged movies exceeding the amount of letters in the alphabet by one. So much for the alphabet-themed purged movie page that was slated for the Bonuses section. Or should I say by two, as “Alex & The List” has had its fully guaranteed Flickuum spot revoked, due to the haphazard way in which Alex gets his dog back. But luckily, I already had a contingency plan thought up, which is “Ready Player One” gets expedited to Tier 3, followed by moving “Werewolves Within” up from Tier 7 to Tier 4.

Yes, I was able to make a quick move in maintaining all 2,100 overall guaranteed Flickuum spots because in addition to how I dealt with the whole “Alex & The List” situation, I moved another Jet Li movie in “War” up to Tier 4 via Tier 7, thus two movies will need to be found for the 2,101 through 2,177 selection protocol. But of course, I’ve given myself a good problem to have, as I have a three-headed monster of options to choose from via the Liza Soberano movie “Alone/Together”, a potentially pleasant surprise in “Theater Camp” and the movie “The Kill Room”, due to the latter of the three movies having Dree Hemingway.

Yes, the bids for making The Flickuum Project have intensified. But that’s a good thing because it’s good to feel galvanized again and that’s exactly what I need eight days from now, as that day will finally mark the resumption of The Flickuum Project.

Blog to you all again tomorrow.