The app that tells you the best time to Run & Pee during a movie so you don’t miss the best scenes.

Try it for free (Learn more.)

Try it for free (Learn more.)

spencer_square

Movie Review – Spencer

I must start this review by saying I am not an expert on the Royal Family. I’ve kept up with some of the highlights but history-wise, not so much. However, I can remember exactly where I was when I heard about Princess Diana’s death and I watched the wedding as a child. With that being […]

Indie Movie Review – When I’m A Moth

  I was quite looking forward to When I’m A Moth for a number of reasons. Last October I reviewed a film called The Wall Of Mexico — which I enjoyed — and when the preview invite for When I’m A Moth popped up, some of the names rang a bell. Those names were Zachary Cotler and Magdalena […]

Indie Documentary Review – I’m An Electric Lampshade

My word…this makes a change! Normally I spend the first couple of paragraphs bitching on about how this film is not the genre I usually like, or that film is aimed at a totally different demographic to the one I inhabit, and then go on to use that as my reason for not liking it […]

Newsletter Icon

RunPee Weekly Newsletter #75 (August 18th, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. Free Guy Ryan Reynolds doesn’t get enough credit for his acting. He doesn’t put himself in really demanding roles and most of his characters are a variation on Deadpool. But he is exactly what this […]

the-green-knight_square

Movie Review – The Green Knight

The Green Knight is thick with symbolism but thin on understanding. At least that’s how I see it because I have no clue what I’m supposed to get out of it. I wish Joseph Campbell was around to review this movie and critique the symbolism. If the director were to release an annotated version of […]

12-mighty-orphans_square

Movie Review – 12 Mighty Orphans

The release of 12 Mighty Orphans is perfectly timed for football fans out there clamoring for their football fix. Football news might encircle the calendar these days, but that only teases the appetite until games begin in the fall. Make no mistake, 12 Mighty Orphans is first and foremost an inspirational story, but there is […]

acorn-people-book-cover

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 movies like Sea […]

mouse-motorcycle_square

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 their mutual love of motorcycles. […]

Indie Movie Review – Tu Me Manques

The first thing to know about Tu Me Manques is that it was Bolivia’s official selection for the Oscars.  While it wasn’t nominated,  it’s a damn sight better than the movie that won (Another Round).  Tu Me Manques is much more moving, meaningful, and emotional.  In fact, it will probably have a spot on my […]

Classic Movie Review – The Milagro Beanfield War

The Milagro Beanfield War is a movie everyone should see to be delighted, laugh a lot, cry a little, and have a two hour cinematic fiesta. It’s chock full of chemistry between almost everyone, in a cast that encompasses an entire town, from children to the elderly. In fact, it’s the elders who steal the […]

Next Page »

RunPee