Fantastic Flaw – Why Hasn’t There Been A Good F4 Film?

In many ways the Fantastic Four were the first, the one’s that paved the way for the rest, the ones that were genuinely groundbreaking. Back in 1961 Stan Lee and Jack Kirby got together and created a superhero team with a flawed humanity and other complex, yet naturalistic, characteristics. The Fantastic Four were born. I’m […]


Movie Review – Blacklight

Yuck. I didn’t like this movie at all. Let me start by saying it absolutely was not Liam Neeson’s fault. He performed just like always. He’s Liam. Always fun to watch because of his skillset, but even with his skills the movie was tedious, boring, and choppy. By choppy I mean the movie starts and […]

Bruce Willis for rent: CHEAP

Bruce Willis is scheduled to be in TEN movies coming out 2022, and none of them are in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). I’d love to know why he is making so many movies of dubious quality: bills to pay, lost a bet, trying to increase his IMDb Filmography score? Why Bruce? Why? And it’s […]


Movie Review – The 355

I was extraordinarily disappointed in The 355. The trailers showed great potential but the actual film fell flat as a pancake in my opinion. I could pick this movie apart with a fine-toothed comb but we’d be here all day. So I’ll pick my top two complaints and leave the rest up to you. First, […]

Indie Movie Review – Red Pill

As is usual when there’s anything to do with American politics I always tend to get confused. The colours are the wrong way around, you can only take part if you’re a multi-millionaire, and there’s no one further to the left than the centre right. So when the IMDb summary reads… “The eve of the […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #80 (September 22nd, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. NEW in theaters – Copshop Almost the entire story takes place in the police office. It’s very constrained and isolated. If you’re a fan of Tarantino then you’ll probably enjoy this Gerard Butler/Frank Grillo thriller […]

Movie Review – Cry Macho

I hate to say it, but this was not some of Clint Eastwood’s better work. I just checked Clint’s filmography at RottenTomatoes and it’s a mixed bag. He’s had some home runs but also struck out on a few. This was definitely a strikeout. The critics currently rate Cry Macho at a 51% clip and […]

Movie Review – The Card Counter

When I saw that Martin Scorsese was the executive producer, I thought this movie would be on par with the likes of Taxi Driver or Goodfellas. Wow, I was so totally wrong. Simply put, this movie sucked. It’s a dark character study, which is usually great as long as the writing is well done. Nope, […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – License to Kill (1989)

The 1980s were a weird time.  Children’s cartoons became both commercial and dark.  A group of singing raisins released an album.  MTV actually showed music videos.  Jazzercise was a thing.  And they made a Bond film that sucked all the joy out of the franchise. What I dislike about License to Kill Let me start […]


Movie Review – The Night House

What a disappointment! The previews that I’ve been seeing had me really excited to see The Night House. It looked like it was going to deliver us something new and fresh. I think they tried but it fell so flat for me that I was tempted to leave. It was torture finishing it up. I’m […]

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