Is there anything extra during the end credits of Redeeming Love?
There are extras during the end credits of Redeeming Love. There’s a couple of memorial tributes after the first 2 minutes, as well as a number to call for abused women. Nothing else after that. The credits run for approximately 8 minutes. [/wbcr_text_snippet] Read the RunPee movie review for Redeeming Love by Jill Florio. Movie review grade: A We […]
Movie Review – Redeeming Love
I went into this thinking it would just be work and that I’d watch Spider-Man: No Way Home again afterward for my reward. To my great surprise and pleasure, Redeeming Love is a wonderful film about the Wild West, the Gold Rush, and women’s agency. It’s never boring, the characters are well-drawn and acted, the costumes are perfection, […]
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 […]
Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Last Duel?
There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of The Last Duel. The credits run for approximately 9 minutes. [wbcr_text_snippetid=”22458″][/wbcr_text_snippet] Read the RunPee movie review for The Last Duel by Dan Gardner. Movie review grade: B+ We have 4 Peetimes for The Last Duel. Learn more. About ThePeetimes We did our best to […]
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 […]
Movie Review – The Courier
Whenever I do Peetimes my husband requests I call and let him know I’ve made it home safely. (He’s a truck driver out on the road.) I started my call with, “You better thank Oleg Penkovsky for even being alive.” He didn’t know what I was talking about. Of course neither did I, two hours […]
Sundance Festival Movie Review – Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson presented his anticipated directorial debut on opening night of the Sundance Film Festival. The movie documents the Harlem Cultural Festival that took place over six weekends in the summer of 1969. This was the same summer as Woodstock. The Harlem Cultural Festival featured performances that were just as amazing and significant. The […]
Indie Documentary Review – Sex, Drugs & Bicycles
Buy one, get one free! Yes, you can have a political documentary AND a comedy. Ok, maybe it’s not screamingly funny but wryly amusing, observational humour can definitely be used as a description. What we have in Sex, Drugs & Bicycles is an American, Jonathan Block — Writer/Director/Narrator — who fondly remembers a trip to The […]