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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #113 (May 11th, 2022)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. The Doctor Strange Edition Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness…has arrived! We’ve all been to see it, but Dan was the first one to get a review written. Find out what he thought. When […]

MCU Disney+ Review – Loki

I suppose that we should be looking at The Falcon And The Winter Soldier next but, given that one of the next big films due for release is Thor: Love And Thunder, then Loki seemed the obvious series to do next. Yes, I know that Dr Strange And The Multiverse Of Madness is due out […]

You’ve Been In Two Huge Franchises? A Brief Bio of Benedict Cumberbatch

Prior to 2010 not many people had heard of Benedict Cumberbatch  nor could they, probably, pick him out of a line up. That wasn’t due to lack of exposure; parts in seventeen TV shows, ten films, thirty radio programmes, and eighteen theatre plays gave him a decent amount of public attention but he was never […]

Jack Reacher History – The Short And The Tall Of It

  1997 saw the publication of The Killing Floor by Lee Child. It did quite well; it was nominated for five awards and won three. It started a series of twenty-six novels, so far, and around twenty novellas and short stories. To date, Lee Child has sold over a hundred million copies of his Jack […]

Themes On A Christmas Carol – Blackadder’s Christmas Carol (1988)

I know that a lot of people outside of the UK only think of Mr Bean when they hear of Rowan Atkinson but, trust me, he is far funnier than that character. As has been alluded to many times, I am getting on a bit and can remember him in Not The Nine O’Clock News […]

MCU Disney+ Review – WandaVision

And here we go with the MCU’s dive into television. Incidentally, should it still be the MCU? Or should it now be the MCTVU? I guess that’s one of those questions which doesn’t require looking at too closely. Anyway, WandaVision is the first TV series from Marvel Studios and, also, the introduction to Phase Four, […]

Christmas First View Review – An American Christmas Carol (1979)

Here we have an attempt to prove the ubiquity and relevance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol by taking it from Victorian-era London and plonking it down in Depression-era Concord, New Hampshire. I don’t if there’s any significance in the location but the time has obviously been chosen as one of widespread poverty, debt, and hardship. […]

Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye Official Trailer

Marvel Studios released the first Hawkeye trailer and it looks fantastic. Lots of potential for humor and action. I can’t wait. There are eight episodes airing weekly on Disney+ — starting November 24th. Cast Jeremy Renner will of course star as Clint Barton. And this series introduces Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop. I remember first […]

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10 Best Educational TV Shows College Students Should Watch to be Inspired

Television shows can be extremely effective in inspiring students, especially students who are currently going to college. Just like a writing essays service offering consulting, editing, and other kinds of help the television shows can provide different types of education to the college students who are ready to soak in a variety of knowledge during […]

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Celebrate Captain Picard Day with Jean-Luc’s top Next Generation episodes (and one movie)

If you’re looking forward to a glass of Chateau Picard — red — or a cup of Earl Grey — hot — then you’re off to a great start, celebrating like they do on the Enterprise NCC1701-D. Captain Picard Day (June 16th by our calendar) was introduced to the viewers of Star Trek: The Next […]

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