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RunPee Weekly Newsletter 24th edition (August 26th, 2020)


The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.


Inception: 10 years later

Looking back on Director Christopher Nolan, 10 years after Inception

To get in the mood for the much anticipated new film Tenet – and the 10th re-release of Inception on the big screen –  here are the career highlights of mind-bend master Christopher Nolan. It’s unclear yet whether Tenet lives in the Inception-verse, but we can’t rule it out. Here are Nolan’s most beloved films for an exhilarating pre-Tenet marathon!  Read more.


RunPee News

Analysis of Inception

Analysis of Inception
Thoughtful and full of spoilers, this is what you need to read in honor of the tenth anniversary of the single most difficult movie we’ve ever done Peetimes for.
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Inception Movie Review

No Spoiler Review of Inception
What, you haven’t seen Christopher Nolan’s epically intense dreamscape yet? Then this is the review for you.
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New Movie Review: Unhinged

New Movie Review: Unhinged
Yes, this movie is NEW. But I can’t recommend Unhinged, although Russel Crowe rocks it. ‘The Man’ isn’t some innocent victim of the system that anyone should relate to. Ready for a rant?
Read more.

Pandemic got you stressed? Self-Care Strategy Journal

Pandemic got you stressed? Self-Care Strategy Journal
There comes a time when you can no longer neglect your well-being. Here’s an epic & life changing self care strategy…. The Female Masterpiece Gratitude Journal.
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First View Movie Review - Premature (2014)

First View Movie Review – Premature (2014)
Groundhog Day meets 80s John Hughes teen anthem…more or less. It’s raunchy and frequently cute, but I’m not sure the time loop genre needed this one.
Read more.

RunPee:NX subscription code

Weekly progress diary on RunPee:NX
We are rebuilding the RunPee app from scratch using Google Flutter. Here’s a brief report on our weekly progress:

Nothing changes in RunPee:NX regarding Peecoins. Any Peecoins/Infinity Peecoin that you currently have will carry over to the new app. (It will be like any other app update — I hope.) You’ll still be able to purchase Peecoins, or earn them for free by watching advertisements. What will change is that I’m not going to use the 3rd party advertising package from Tapjoy. Instead, all of the adverts will be selected and built by me. For the time being I’m promoting charities that I care about until we have advertisers on board.

If you’re interested in placing an advertisement in the RunPee app the current cost is $50/1000 views for a 15 second duration that earns the user 1 Peecoin. When a user selects your ad they will go to a web page of your choice. After the countdown reaches zero they can return to the RunPee app where they’ll have an option to have more information sent to them via email. The email is sent from the RunPee account. I can share with you how many people requested the email follow up, but not their contact information.

If I approve your advertisement then the content displayed on your webpage is entirely under your control. However, it must be family friendly and not related to gambling.


Don’t miss your favorite movie moments because you have to pee or need a snack. Use the RunPee app (Androidor iPhone) when you go to the movies. We have Peetimes for all wide release films every week, including Twisters, Fly Me To The Moon, Despicable Me 4, A Quiet Place: Day One, Inside Out 2 and coming soon, Deadpool & Wolverien, Borderlands, Alien: Romulus and many others. We have literally thousands of Peetimes—from classic movies through today’s blockbusters. You can also keep up with movie news and reviews on our blog, or by following us on Twitter @RunPee. If there’s a new film out there, we’ve got your bladder covered.


One response to “RunPee Weekly Newsletter 24th edition (August 26th, 2020)”

  1. I wanted to point out that we now have Peetimes and a review up for Tenet! It just missed the Wed Newsletter deadline, but …


    Peetimes are on the RunPee app, and the review is here on the RunPee blog.

    Tenet review:

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