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How we protect ourselves against CoVid-19 at the movies

We see around 160 movies each year for RunPee and since the spread of CoVid-19 began we’ve had to make some adjustments. Disclaimer This is our protocol. We’re not medical experts. Take it or leave it as you see fit. Prime Directive RunPee Mom (Ginger) is 71 years old. She’s healthy now and we want […]

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10 Surprising Uses For Urine

Video: everything you ever wanted to know about pee, but didn’t care enough to look it up. 🙂

How to be quiet watching A Quiet Place 2

When I watched A Quiet Place in 2018, it was a movie EVENT. No one knew how good this film was going in, but the audience quickly realized that they had to be absolutely silent, or get killed by the deadly critters who can’t see, but will hunt you if they hear you. Or rather, […]

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Contagion – a PSA and movie review

What makes the movie Contagion so dramatic is that it’s not overly dramatic. This isn’t a virus that wipes out half the world population. There’s no bleeding from the eyes, no walking dead. However, director Steven Soderbergh manages to turn an everyday scene in a coffee shop into the horror movie equivalent of the young coed pulling back the shower curtain.

How to Avoid Being Eaten by a Shark In a Shark Movie (or real life)

Like shark movies? Ever wonder WHY we enjoy these monster/disaster/fish bait movies so much? I wonder that myself. It’s not like they’re teaching us how to avoid being eaten alive, hunted like prey, or anything useful. So here’s the top ten ways to avoid becoming “chummy” with the sharks. (Get it? Get it? Sheesh.) I’m […]

The Shallows – First View Movie Review (2016)

The Shallows is much better than The Reef (or the more recent Crawl) but offers the same kind of apex predator adventure. Blake Lively (as Nancy) tells a more compelling story, however, through sheer acting talent and believable physicality. What do you do when you you’re trapped on a rock, spitting distance to shore, with […]

Stuber vs Uber – Welcome to the Ratings Game, in Real Life

Well, it’s official. We’ve had an action movie about Uber driving. I suppose the next film will be a thriller about a couple in for trouble at an Air BnB. 🙂 It’s a sign of the times for sure. I’ve been using Uber almost exclusively to get to movies for RunPee every week for more […]

Movie Review – A Dog’s Journey – Manipulatively Emotional, But The Least Heart-Rending of the Dog Trilogy

I’m relieved to say this heartrending three-movie schmaltz-fest is over. I did the Peetimes for each movie in the semi-trilogy, and was relieved that A Dog’s Journey made me cry the least. By which I mean I cried only three or four times, and these were little teary moments, not the big gulping ugly cries […]

Avoiding Endgame Spoilers – Your #AES Mission

Many of you have your tickets for the Thursday (April 25th) evening premier of Avengers Endgame at 6:00 pm Eastern Time, or at least only a few hours later.  You can’t wait to see the movie opening night, plus you don’t want to worry about getting spoiled by those who see the movie before you. […]

Warning – Avengers Endgame is not going to be Peetime friendly

You might be surprised to learn that finding Peetimes in a movie isn’t the hardest part of the RunPee job. Ofttimes we find great Peetimes but get stuck on picking out the best Peetime Cue: a brief line of dialog — or description of some action — that stands out to signify the beginning of […]

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