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James Bond Movie Review – Casino Royale (2006)

I don’t know for sure, but I’m fairly confident that when the next Bond is announced the collective sphincters at Eon Productions will be decidedly twitchy. They must have been going like a randy spaniel at a Miss Lovely Legs competition when Casino Royale was announced. More realistically, the tension arose thanks to the casting […]

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Movie Review – Candyman

Where do I start? I’ve been staring at my screen for about an hour trying to come up with a review. I asked the man in charge (my brother, the CEO/Founder) if I could simply put “Meh.” That’s about it. He’d like a little more, so here it goes. Tony Todd as the Candyman. There […]

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Movie Review – Cruella

Let me start by apologizing for not being able to do Peetimes on the opening night, cause I got sick in the theater. Dan and I went back and watched it together the next day, and we both agreed this movie is hard to do Peetimes for. While the movie is longish, it’s tight. There […]

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Star Trek Movies and the Bechdel Test — How do they stand up after all this time?

I wrote an article on how the Star Wars films stood up to the Bechdel Test, which is a simple measurement to determine whether any named female characters have a conversation about something other than men. This is not a stance for feminist debate so much as an observation. For what it’s worth, lets dive […]

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Godzilla vs Kong — Get ready for the Monsterverse finale with these modern-era Kaiju and Kong reviews

Godzilla vs Kong opens next week and at RunPee we’re very excited. Kong, the King himself, has a very special place in our hearts, since when RunPee Dan and I saw Peter Jackson’s King Kong in 2005 we came up with the entire idea for RunPee (go during the Valley of the Bugs scene — […]

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Sundance Festival Movie Review – R#J

I’ve taken a vacation from Facebook.  Which makes it ironic that one of my favorite films from this year’s Sundance festival is drenched in social media.  The classic story of Romeo and Juliet is told through text messages, Spotify playlists, FaceTime conversations, YouTube videos, search engine results, Facebook DM’s, and Instagram stories. It seems like […]

Golden Man’s Top 10 Movies of 2020

How do you choose the top 10 movies of 2020? I wish I knew an easy way to choose the top 10 movies of 2020.  But the truth is it’s like trying to pick your favorite child:  there are so precious few of them.  Looking at the “Movies Seen 2020” list on my phone depresses […]

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Miracle On 34th Street – 1947 vs 1994

A good story bears repeating. At least that’s the impression you get if you look into your average film studio’s output. Who knows… maybe there’s a future article in that? Anyhow, as it’s rapidly approaching Christmas, I thought I’d take a look at one of my favourite Christmas stories — and two films — I’m […]

Die Hard and Beyond: Are They Really Christmas Films?

There are films that are obviously Christmas films; they only make sense because they’re set at Christmas; it only feels right to watch them at Christmas; they belong to Christmas. And then there are films that are associated with Christmas and they are the ones there are arguments about. So… a Christmas film… or or […]

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Current & Upcoming Blumhouse Horror Releases

Blumhouse is a company known for producing popular, low-budget horror films (Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Happy Death Day, Get Out, and most recently The Invisible Man).  So whenever they come out with a new title, it’s worth taking note.  While Blumhouse certainly produces things other than horror flicks (Whiplash, BlacKKKlansman, and The Normal Heart — […]

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