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Movie Review – Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway

This charming sequel is just as fun as the first. Peter is still a mischievous little bunny, but he wants to be better. A good morality story is intertwined with wild antics to keep the kiddies entertained. But make no mistake, this is a kiddy movie. There’s not much to entertain older kids and adults. […]

Movie Review – The Little Things

It pains me to give Denzel Washington a less than stellar review, but that’s the best I can do with this movie. It was a very tired, overused plot that added nothing to the genre. The acting was respectable although no one is going to walk away with an Oscar. There didn’t seem to be […]


Movie Review – Ingrid Goes West

Ingrid Goes West could have taken the path of becoming a nasty, bloody horror flick. All the ingredients are there: a mentally disturbed antagonist (Ingrid), a somewhat naive protagonist (Taylor), a hapless boyfriend (Dan), and a whole gaggle of mean girls. Instead, we’re given a dark dramedy, full of raw emotion. This is not a […]


Movie Review – Emma.

Fans of Jane Austen are going to enjoy this latest big screen production of her novel, Emma. Even though Ms. Austin’s writing provides for a fun two hours of witty dialog, it’s the magnificent visual impact of the English countryside with its equally magnificent manors that takes Emma. from a B rating to an A. […]


Is there anything extra during the end credits of Emma.?

No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Emma.. View details and movie information…

Movie Review - Gretel & Hansel

Movie Review – Gretel & Hansel

Be advised, I, RunPee Mom, usually don’t do horror movies. That distinction belongs to RunPee Sis — however, she flaked out on me last night. So the task (one might even call it a burden in this case) fell to me. I’ll do my best to grade  Gretel & Hansel according to the target audience. […]

Movie Review – The Last Full Measure

The Last Full Measure was a difficult movie for me to watch. The more recent war movies, such as Saving Private Ryan or 1917, are exceptional representations of a bloody conflict, and I enjoyed both films, mainly from a historical point of view. The Last Full Measure took me to a different place for very […]

Movie Review – Richard Jewell

Richard Jewell is an A-grade movie. It’s a tightly constructed biography of a man with a lifelong ambition of becoming a member of law enforcement and how all that goes wrong after doing something heroic.

Movie Review – Playmobil: The Movie

I’m thinking the little tykes from ages 2 to 6 will enjoy this movie. My great granddaughter, age 6, has been an avid watcher of the Playmobil videos on YouTube for several years. I honestly think children older than 7 or 8 will be bored with this simple animated film. I found the movie irritating, […]

Movie Review – A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

First of all, big kudos to the writers, Micah Fitzerman-Blue, and Noah Harpster. They put together an amazing story which showcased the brilliance of the beloved Fred Rogers. Although the story was only partially true (the character of Lloyd Vogal was based on writer Tom Junod) the embellishments were there to emphasize the true nature […]

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