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Movie Franchise Review – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Looking over the entire Star Trek movie franchise, there are good ones, great ones, and outright poor ones. Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country is one of the good ones, and just misses being great. I’d say it falls lower than Wrath of Khan, The Voyage Home, and First Contact, but feels on a part […]

Indie Movie Review – Volcanic UFO Mysteries

UFOs, or Unidentified Flying Objects, are a staple of sci-fi films.  From the White-House-destroying ship in Independence Day to the possibly more benevolent aliens in Close Encounters of the Third Kind to the terrifying alien abduction in Fire in the Sky.  (Okay, that last one’s based on a true story.)  But what if UFOs are […]

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First View Movie Review – Primer (2004)

Primer was made with $7,000 USD, filmed mostly with two guys talking in a garage, and took home the Grand Jury Prize from the 2004 Sundance Festival. It features time travel, paradoxes, and a very dense script full of jargon. Primer doesn’t give anything away, and is barely comprehensible upon the first viewing. And that’s […]

Making movies a little better: The Martian

The Martian is a fantastic movie. I just finished watching it for the umteenth time. It’s a masterful work in every aspect. But if I may be so bold, it could have been a little better. My Pitch Mark Watney is alone on Mars. No companionship. Not even a stuffed animal. Except for the rover […]

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Top Astronaut Movies to Rewatch Right Now

Here at RunPee we lean heavily into covering science fiction movies, since we’re huge geeks. You’ve probably noticed. 😉 We especially love movies about scientists and space. There are many wonderful space movies featuring astronauts as heroes…which, of course in real life they are. Think of the training and deprivations these outstanding people undergo to […]

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Disease Expert Breaks Down Pandemic Scenes From Film & TV

This is a great scene breakdown of pandemic movies by a CDC expert. What Brian Amman had to say about procedures and equipment was enlightening. I’ll bet this guy has been called up numerous times since making this video to act as a consultant. Brian hit on my personal pet peeve: viruses can’t turn someone […]

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Is Harley Quinn in Birds of Prey a Sequel, Soft Reboot, or a Standalone Movie?

Margot Robbie reprises her standout role from Suicide Squad as Harley Quinn, epic psychotic ex-lover of the Joker. But is this a continuation of 2016’s Suicide Squad, or a soft reboot of the popular character with the same actress? How will this fit into the upcoming Suicide Squad 2, helmed by the beloved James Gunn? […]

Critic Movie Reviews v RunPee Family Reviews

Not having professional or writer-educated staff (besides First Officer/COO Jill Florio, who was a journalist and magazine editor back when people still had real jobs), RunPee’s reviews are written from the heart, and are hopefully more useful than what we get from the well-paid critics of Rotten Tomatoes…  Because we send RunPee family members who […]

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The decade of 2010s when female protagonists said #MeToo to Science Fiction

Some of the best science fiction of the 2010s revolved around female actors as the protagonist.

5 Reasons Kylo Ren Is a Good Villain

Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker opens soon.  The wait is finally over. The Skywalker family will wrap up with this end to the storyline (though not the series).  And audiences will get to take one last adventure with Rey, Leia, Lando, Chewie, Finn, Poe, C-3PO, and R2D2. It also means another visit […]

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