Godzilla MovieMeme

Not to toot my own horn, but I’m pretty darn proud of the #MovieMeme feature I added to the RunPee app in the previous update. It’s a work in progress that I would consider in beta for now, but you can still do an awful lot with it and have great fun sharing your work.

MovieMeme -- Godzilla

To access this feature in the RunPee app, just select any movie, which will take you to the Movie Info Screen. At the top of the screen you’ll see the movie poster. Just tap on that, and you can draw on the poster and/or add a text or meme to it.

The usability is still a little rough around the edges, but that will get ironed out in time. If you have any suggestions I’d love to hear your feedback. Just email me: support@runpee.com.

John Wick: Prince of Puppies

It’s also fun to just use your finger, or a stylus, to draw on the poster.

MovieMeme -- Aladdin

Or a combination of meme and drawing.

MovieMeme - Hellboy

MovieMeme

What’s New in the RunPee App Version 5.0 – Movie posters can can draw on, MCU Peetimes at a glance, and much more!

RunPee’s MovieMeme Designs – So easy, a “meme moron” like me can make one

John Wick-Chapter 4 announced

John Wick: Parabellum unseated Avengers: Endgame as the number one box office draw this weekend. LionsGate studios rewarded fans with this text message: “You have served. You will be of service. John Wick: Chapter 4 is coming — May 21, 2021.”

Read the entire story at IndieWire.

‘John Wick 4’ Set for 2021 Release, But Don’t Expect a Happy Ending

Are We Sure These Wick Movies Aren’t Another Version Of The Matrix?

John Wick: Prince of Puppies
Created in the RunPee app using #MovieMeme. Just tap on the movie poster (located on the Movie Info Screen) and have fun making your own movie memes.

I’ve gotta say, I disagree with RunPee Dan’s John Wick 3 review on Parabellum. Some of what he says holds true with the choreography and perhaps the length of the film.  But I didn’t get bored with the action.

Very light, vague John Wick Parabellum spoilers lie ahead…

The end of the second Wick movie set the tone for this one, and I feel we got what was teased. EVERYONE is after this man and his bounty.

The action is intense and has plenty of humor mixed in. Especially from Sofia’s attack dogs.

But then here’s where The Matrix seeps in.

Neo…I mean John Wick…is on a mission to clear his Excommunicado with the High Table.

The High Table is determined to clear the board of what they perceive as weakness. The Man that sits above the table is inclined to give The One…I mean Wick…his chance at redemption — at a cost.

And Morpheus…I mean, The King…seems to be setting up the next chapter, with a fair bit of visual humor at the end of the film.

Loyalty and betrayal, determination and doubt.

“If you want peace, prepare for war.”

The Baba Yaga is coming, Parabellum.

Movie Grade: B+

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Movie Review – John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum (Not as good as the first two)

Movie Review – John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum (Not as good as the first two)

Interview with John Wick director Chad Stahelski – from stunt double to director

Remember the 1990s movie The Crow, staring Brandon Lee who was tragically shot on set during filming? In order to finish the movie, a young Chad Stahelski went from stunt double to actor double. Now here he is, decades later, as one of the brightest new directors in Hollywood.

Read the full interview at Yahoo.com.

Movie Review – John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum (Not as good as the first two)

Quiz – Keanu Reeves And His Many Characters

This quiz covers the many characters played by Keanu Reeves, in 10 questions. Some answers are obvious, and some may leave you scratching your head. Good Luck!

Quiz- Keanu Reeves

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Movie Review – Replicas

Movie Review – John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum (Not as good as the first two)

Movie Review – John Wick 1

Movie Review – John Wick 1

actor keanu reeves
Let’s all say his best known line together: “Whoa.”

I loved the movie John Wick; it was violent without being gory.

What I liked most about the movie was the choreography of the action scenes. I’ve seen my share of action movies and I must say that the action in John Wick is top notch.

That shouldn’t come as a surprise, because the directors are David Leitch and Chad Stahelski. These two have been the stunt/action coordinators on practically every action movie in the past decade: V for Vendetta, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, 300, Live Free or Die Hard, Fight Club, Troy…and lets not forget to mention The Matrix Trilogy.

Since this is their first time working as directors, you’re probably thinking, “Sure, they can put together a great fight scene, but how are they at all the other parts of the movie?” That’s what’s most surprising. The acting was good; a little flat at times, but certainly good enough for an action film.

Besides, we’re talking about a movie with Keanu Reeves as the lead. We should expect a flat performance, right? Except no! The biggest surprise in the movie is that Keanu can really act. Sure, for the majority of the movie he’s the Keanu we expect, but there’s one scene in John Wick where he finally cuts loose. It was like he saved up every ounce of emotion from every movie he’s ever been in and let it loose all at once.

And believe me, you’ll know the scene when you see it.

So we have great action, and good acting, but what about the story, you ask? Rest easy — the story is simple and keeps the movie going between action scenes. They didn’t try to get cute and create something complex or mysterious. The story feels real as it unfolds, and delivers an appropriate amount of humor without forcing it.

I’m trying to think of something to be critical of, but drawing a blank. The only thing I can come up with is that John Wick is just a very good movie, but not super awesome. I don’t know about you, but I’ll take “just very good” any day of the week.

Movie Grade:  B+

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