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The 50,000 Movie Challenge

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Here we go again... Another one-paged bulletin this week (3rd time this year).

52390 Fear Street Part 3: 1666
53268 Distancing Socially
53273 Zeros And Ones
53274 Dual
53275 The Spore

All of these are R-rated, no G, PG or PG-13 either.
 

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This week, the quantity is low.

52874 Joe Bell
53120 My Name Is Pauli Murray
53143 Zone 414
53242 After We Fell
53276 Son Of Monarchs
53279 Never Back Down 4
53282 John And The Hole

The year is halfway done, and the situation is getting better. Yet the number of rated films is lower compared to previous year. The mean number of weekly rated films is going back to freaking eight.
 

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And unfortunately, since you can't search through their site by year alone, and "unrated" is not one of the selectable ratings, you're going to either have to know exactly which titles to search for or you're going to have to stumble on to them by luck. That is, short of contacting the MPA themselves to inquire about those numbers. And even if you know what you're looking for or you stumble on to them that still doesn't guarantee that a number will be listed either. For example: If you search for the movie Kids or the movie Happiness both will show up as being unrated but neither of them include a certificate number. Other films don't even show up at all, even if they surrendered their rating, like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 for example. Also, apparently the movie Gutterballs surrendered their rating but that film isn't listed on their site either.
I spend late nights for almost a year trying to find those 1400+ missing numbers in the modern times, but most of them are unobtainable because the logo are not in the credits, unlike films from major distributors which it always appears. I'm going to try contact them to ask about those missing ones, either through contact form or even email. If it works, it's obtainable.
 

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New titles for this week.

52836 Flag Day
53016 Ron's Gone Wrong
53198 A Boy Called Christmas
53250 My Little Pony: A New Generation
53256 Bring Your Own Brigade
53284 Nightmare Alley
53285 Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle Of The Realms
53288 Naked Singularity

Last week, the highest was 53,282. This week, 53,288. Will the rating board ever make it to the 53,500 mark before the year ends? 🤔🤔

I'm so bored lately during the lockdown, so I'm going to inquire about those missing numbers as early as next month, but I'm afraid.
 

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New titles for this week.

53211 tick, tick...BOOM!
53252 My Heroes Were Cowboys
53305 Sabina – Tortured For Christ, The Nazi Years
53309 Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings (well, an MCU film)
53314 Small Engine Repair
53315 The Ravine
53324 Swing
53325 Yakuza Princess

It's just a tough week with a small update, nothing else to say. Hopefully things will be better next week.
 

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It's a shame Filmrating won't include UR, NR Movies to the site or any movie assigned a #. Any movie that was assigned a # should be listed on that site regardless of rating. I've seen UR movie listed on Filmrating who ever maintains the site won't take the time to add them. It would help a lot.
Have you tried contact them? If so, was that a response if ever received? The webmaster thinks that they don't have enough resources, like time and manpower, to make that site a real comprehensive database for film numbers. The NRs should be added, even the ones whose ratings are to be determined. We're in the digital age, so that site should suppose to be a reliable source. Let's think of adding about 22,000 NRs, it would take months to complete.
 
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