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Got this back when I was pregnant, but I’ll be keeping it forever, it’s just so handy. I don’t go to the movie theater that often (even back before quarantine when you actually could…) but I make sure the app and the movie list are all current and updated, cause it’s so handy! It’s great for running late cause you can read their
What people are saying about the RunPee app. summary, obviously awesome for bathroom or snack breaks mid movie, and I also love that it tells you if there’s anything after the credits which is very handy.
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Good writers write, great writers steal
In every movie that has a badass character there has to be a scene that sets them up. Usually it’s an action scene where we see the character perform some act of violence that shows the audience what a character is capable of. But in the John Wick movie there’s an example of an even better way to achieve this effect. Instead of seeing John Wick in action we see another character, the father (mafia boss), about to kill another character (the mechanic) for mistreating his son. When the father finds out that this is all because his son crossed John Wick the father completely changes his tune. The reaction of the father tells us everything we need to know about John Wick.
The same approach is used three times in The Beekeeper. This is something that works great if you do it the right way just once. But three times, it becomes a cliche of itself. That’s the sort of script this movie has to work with.
Who to kill and who to let go
Another character-building ploy is to show the badasses ethics by who they injure/kill and who they let go. It bothered me throughout the movie that so many security guards, FBI agents, Secret Service agents, etc. were treated. These are prop characters that are on a job. They didn’t do anything wrong. They’re either security guards trying to earn a paycheck or government agents who, ostensibly, are no different than soldiers, working for the safety and security of their country.
Adam Clay (Jason Statham) goes through the security agents were killed or horribly injured just for trying to do their job. At the same time, Clay lets dozens of employees who steal from the elderly just walk away. He even tells them they can walk away even after he sees them celebrating as they fleece an elderly person.
I really thought Josh Hutcherson was horribly cast as Derek Danforth. Either he can’t pull off being that sleazy, or, more likely, I still see too much of Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games in him. At any rate, there are better actors around to cast as sleaze bags.
The other Beekeeper
One last complaint. What was up with the other Beekeeper character? Shouldn’t a beekeeper be a person who at least tries to keep a low profile? They should have been portrayed as something similar to a ninja: get in, do the job, leave and never let anyone be the wiser. But somehow, this other beekeeper was an over-the-top lunatic with a minigun. Not subtle at all. In a world where this Beekeeper agency exists it wouldn’t last long if she’s out killing people for all the world to see. That’s just not really well thought world-building.
About The Peetimes: I think the 2nd Peetime is the best one of the bunch. It’s plenty long and is mostly a bunch of dialog that is easy to summarize.
There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Beekeeper.
|(R) Pervasive Language | Drug Use | Some Sexual References | Strong Violence Throughout
|Jason Statham, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Bobby Naderi
|United Kingdom, United States
In The Beekeeper, one man’s brutal campaign for vengeance takes on national stakes after he is revealed to be a former operative of a powerful and clandestine organization known as “Beekeepers”.
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