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  • MCU Disney+ Review – What If…?
    Believe it or believe it not, the stuff that gets written here does have the semblance of a plan about it. Despite being spread half way around the world and separated by several time zones we do take the opportunity to chat whenever we can. We do manage to talk ...
  • Movie Review – Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania
    A solid B movie in terms of animation values, high-quality celebrity voices, low-key warm humor, and a fun direction the plot spins off into. It’s damn hard to get a franchise right in every iteration, but somehow the under-the-radar work in the Hotel Translyvania oeuvre manages to make a good little story ...
  • Non-Christmas Christmas Films: Home Alone 2 – Lost in New York (1992)
    It’s another Christmas, a year later, and young Kevin is lost again. I’m not sure if there’s some intensely bad parenting involved, or if the kid just attracts trouble, but so it goes. It’s basically Die Hard 2, with a ten-year-old, and everyone in-universe pretty much knows it. “Not again” is ...
  • Classic Christmas Rewatch – Home Alone (1990)
    So I’ve been thinking about my favorite Christmas movie category – the ones I call Non-Christmas Christmas Films. This fun category includes such classics as Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, and Gremlins. Iron Man 3. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. I have a useful list going here. But in that post, I ...
  • Movie Review – Sing 2
    Sing 2 is an ADORABLE movie with spectacular song and dance numbers, great animation, and a lot of heart and humor. The story is a fine follow-up to the lives of the animals well-loved from the original, with some cameos of minor roles in the first few minutes…so try not to ...
  • Doing a Matrix rewatch: don’t forget The Animatrix
    The Matrix Resurrections will be in theaters/HBO Max on December 22nd. If you’re planning a Matrix trilogy rewatch—I know we are—then be sure to include The Animatrix. The Animatrix is a collection of nine short animations that tell stories about The Matrix universe. Principally among the animations are The Second Renaissance ...
  • Groundhog Day Themed Mouse Movie – Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas
    Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas is three short animated films, stacked together to make a slightly longer short… one hour and six minutes. The first part is the one we’re mainly interested in, features Donald Duck and family, and is called Donald Duck: Stuck On Christmas. The second stars Goofy ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Clifford the Big Red Dog?
    There are extras during the end credits of Clifford the Big Red Dog. During the first 2 minutes pencil drawings of Clifford are shown and slowly colored in. After that it is safe to leave the theater. The credits run for approximately 7 minutes. Read the RunPee movie review for Clifford the Big Red Dog by Christene ...
  • RunPee Weekly Newsletter #85 (October 27th, 2021)
    The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. DUNE I’ve read the Dune series more times than I remember. And I’ve seen every video adaption made, numerous times. I can come close to quoting the character’s dialog line-for-line. Therefore, I ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Ron’s Gone Wrong?
    There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of Ron’s Gone Wrong. The credits run for approximately 7 minutes. Read the RunPee movie review for Ron’s Gone Wrong by Christene Johnson. Movie review grade: B+ We have 2 Peetimes for Ron’s Gone Wrong. Learn more. About The Peetimes There are 2 Peetimes for you ...
  • Movie Review – Ron’s Gone Wrong
    Ron’s Gone Wrong was a cute little film. It had a great moral to the story, which every child that has their own phone can certainly relate to. Social media has done wonders for communication but on the flip side, it’s so much easier now to bully. It happens every ...
  • Top 5 Songs from the movie Sing 1 (2016)
    It’s no secret I have a guilty fondness for the original Sing movie (2016). In fact, I set my Alexa to wake me up with the chipper, highly singable tunes I play imaginary karaoke to in the privacy of my shower. The movie narrative itself is charming and upbeat, with ...
  • Movie Review – The Boss Baby: Family Business
    The Boss Baby: Family Business is, as you probably expected, meant for young children. There’s enough wild antics to appeal to pre-schoolers and two, simple to follow, plots. One about brotherhood. The other about self-confidence. Both of which are good lessons for pre-teens. This is far from Pixar-good, but it’s not ...
  • Children’s Book Review – The Acorn People (1976)
    The Acorn People is a very short, deeply memorable book everyone should read. At 80 pages, it tells an unsentimental, yet profoundly moving tale about one camp counselor’s experience at summer camp in the 1970s. His kids were all severely disabled. And all dying. Disabled and dying children, but still important. Modern ...
  • Children’s Book Review – The Mouse and the Motorcycle (1965, by Beverly Cleary)
    Short, sweet, and oh so much fun, you will believe a mouse can ride a motorcycle! This is the lovely tale of Ralph, a young mouse addicted to the speed and thrill of cycling, and his friendship with a boy who loves miniature race cars. They understand each other through ...
  • Movie Review – Spirit Untamed
    Spirit Untamed was exactly what we were all looking for. On the opening show we — myself, Runpee Mom, my daughter, and my granddaughter — went to see Spirit on the big screen. All four of us have seen every episode numerous times, due to the fact that my granddaughter ...
  • Children’s Book Review: Harry Cat’s Pet Puppy – A Cricket in Times Square novel
    I’ve been really enjoying a re-read of many favorite childhood novels — in some cases a first-time read. Such is the case with Harry Cat’s Pet Puppy (1974), the third book in a series that began with the classic The Cricket in Times Square. As a kid, I adored the ...
  • Movie Review – The Secret Garden (2020)
    I’m a huge Secret Garden fan and have been since a wonderful teacher read it chapter by chapter to my rapt class in the 4th grade. It’s on my top ten list of favorite children’s books, and will be getting a reread review this year as I work through my ...
  • Children’s Book Review – Tucker’s Countryside (A sequel to The Cricket in Times Square)
    Tucker in Tucker’s Countryside (1969) is the mouse from the extraordinary and renowned children’s book The Cricket in Times Square. Here the mouse gets his own heroic tail. Or, er…tale. In Cricket — the origin novel (and animated children’s special) — small and lonely Chester Cricket gets accidentally trapped in the ...
  • Sundance Festival Movie Review – Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street
    If you are a fan of recent films Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, this is the documentary you must see this year. This is a film that is nostalgic and fun, sure, but it’s also an eye-opening look at the history of children’s television. ...
  • Children’s Book Review – Bunnicula
    I’ve been doing a little light yoga reading routine each morning. I put my legs in the air for 10 minutes, before I even get out of bed, to take me from sleepy to wakey in a gentler fashion. Hey, it’s Doctor Approved! I decided to take this daily time ...
  • Movie Rewatch Review – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    My favorite of all the Harry Potter films — and books for that matter — this is just an A+ good time. If you like a quest-type adventure story, Goblet of Fire is a fine addition to the ranks of high fantasy. Unfortunately, I can’t speak for how well this tale ...
  • What I Saw During the 2021 Sundance Film Festival
    I recently got to attend the 2021 Sundance Film Festival online.  It was a wonderful experience.  I got to see an array of unique films. and discover some new favorites.  While I’ll be posting reviews of my favorite films from the festival, it would be impossible to review everything I ...
  • Movie Review – Soul (Pixar and Disney get it right, again)
    Soul is one of those films where you see a still or a short clip and you think “Aha! A children’s film; something to keep the little crotch goblins quiet for a bit.” Then you notice the Disney and Pixar names plastered all over it and, that’s it… it’s a kid’s ...
  • First Time Movie Review – Jingle All The Way
    Jingle All The Way is, most definitely, a Christmas film. I know that’s obvious but, with all the “is it or isn’t it” arguments and articles doing the rounds, I thought I’d better make sure everyone’s aware that I’m aware what I’m talking about… for a change! So what’s it about? In ...
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