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  • Blade Runner 2049—rewatch review
    I rewatched Blade Runner 2049. It is a masterful, though sometimes flawed, movie. Let’s save the discussion of the plot flaws for another day. What I’m interested in is what makes Denis Villeneuve stand apart from so many other directors. I think it’s pretty simple: he lets actors act. Some might …
  • 50th Anniversary Rewatch Review – The Wicker Man
    Well, we’re into December and it seems appropriate that a religious film should be being watched. But, before we grab our hymn books and rosary beads, we need to remember that, as Hamlet said, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” …
  • Jurassic Park 30th Anniversary Screening
    I really do enjoy this new thing of showing classic films in the cinema. Over the last few years I’ve seen Die Hard, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Superman, Cabaret, and others. Not to mention the annual Christmas Eve showing of It’s A Wonderful Life. Sometimes it brings back memories of …
  • Superman: The Movie – 45th Anniversary Rewatch
    Forty five years!!! One of the things about getting older is that there are so many anniversaries that keep popping up. Only last week one of my FaceBook memories was a posting I made about it being the 40th anniversary of the release of Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. …
  • Thirty Years Just Flies By – Strictly Ballroom – A Rewatch Review
    On 10th May 1992 a film was premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and received a fifteen minute standing ovation. Then an agent from the Rank Organisation dashed in to snap up the UK film rights. It was the debut feature from a young Australian auteur who would go on …
  • Non-Christmas Christmas Movies – First View Review of First Blood
    Whenever you hear of a film with Rambo in the title, you’ll no doubt think of wall to wall violence, tidal waves of blood, and a soundtrack consisting mainly of gunshots, screams, and explosions. You may also think of bulging biceps as Rambo hauls back on the string of a …
  • Christmas Classic First View Review – A Christmas Carol (1938)
    Over the years I’ve seen a fair few versions of A Christmas Carol, or Scrooge as it’s sometimes called, but this 1938 version is a new one on me! There’s no point going too deeply into the story because, as both Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes and Simply Red …
  • Classic Christmas Rewatch – Home Alone (1990)
    So I’ve been thinking about my favorite Christmas movie category – the ones I call Non-Christmas Christmas Films. This fun category includes such classics as Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, and Gremlins. Iron Man 3. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. I have a useful list going here. But in that post, I …
  • Movie Rewatch: Austin Powers 3 – Goldmember
    Just as it took less than a hundred years to go from the first powered flight to flying being an everyday method of commuting like the bus or a train, I wonder if we’ll ever see the day when time travel goes from being the latest technological miracle to something …
  • No Time To Die Again: Views Following A Bond 25 Re-Watch
    Elsewhere there are my initial thoughts on No Time To Die as well as Dan’s first impressions. Maybe because we had slightly different views on Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond I thought I’d go back and take another look. This wasn’t a hardship to me in the slightest; I …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Climax! Casino Royale (1954)
    During the course of doing my bit of the Giant James Bond Rewatch, there were references to Climax! Casino Royale which is the very first screen outing for Bond; an episode of Climax! from 1954, less than three years after the novel was written. Seeing as how it was a …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – The World Is Not Enough (1999)
    The World Is Not Enough was one of my first choices when we were going through the exercise of divvying up the Bond films for one main reason… Robert Carlyle. The first time I saw him was in Priest back at the end of the last millennium. At the time, the big …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – The Living Daylights (1987)
    Whenever a new Bond film is released there’s always a fair amount of kerfuffle and The Living Daylights was no different. That amount increases exponentially when a new Bond actor is also unveiled. The audience is usually divided between those who think the new guy is a great choice, the ones who …
  • Movie Review – No Time to Die
    I’ve already gone on record here at RunPee about how I have enjoyed Daniel Craig’s tenure as Bond, how I’ve liked the story arc throughout the films, and how much I’ve been looking forward to seeing No Time To Die. I may as well tell you at the start about …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
    Of all the things that Tomorrow Never Dies has going for it something that, perhaps, doesn’t spring immediately to mind is the sheer weight of originality. This is the first film in the franchise to have no relationship with anything written by Ian Fleming outside of the character names. Licence To Kill was a …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Quantum of Solace (2008)
      I think it’s fair to say that Quantum Of Solace came in for a fair bit of stick. To be brutally frank it started getting stick before it had even been seen. The cat started peeping out of the bag in September 2007 as people noticed that Sony had registered the domain …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Spectre (2015)
    Spectre was the last Bond film released in theaters.  It’s hard to believe it’s been six years.  For those wanting a refresher before No Time To Die, I recommend going back to Casino Royale (2006) and watching all four Daniel Craig films.  Be sure to pay attention to Mr. White.  …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Skyfall (2012)
    I’m doing this review last of all despite it being my first pick… Skyfall is definitely my favourite Bond film, just edging out Casino Royale. I’ll admit that in this regard I’m at odds with the voters of IMDb.com… they have Casino Royale at 8.0/10 with Skyfall and Goldfinger tying for second on …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Die Another Day (2002)
    Die Another Day has one of my favorite Bond openings.  Bond fails to win the day and gets captured.  We’ve never seen Bond held captive for so long before.  (The opening credits compress time and show us some of the torture and interrogation Bond endures.)  At that point in my …
  • James Bond, Mr. White, Dr. Madeleine Swann, and No Time To Die
    Dr. Madeleine Swann is a major character in the Bond franchise, set to reappear in No Time to Die.  In the trailer, Oberhauser warns Bond, “When her secret finds its way out, it will be the death of you.”  Who is this beautiful girl with a deadly secret?  What is …
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – License to Kill (1989)
    The 1980s were a weird time.  Children’s cartoons became both commercial and dark.  A group of singing raisins released an album.  MTV actually showed music videos.  Jazzercise was a thing.  And they made a Bond film that sucked all the joy out of the franchise. What I dislike about License to …
  • Classic Movie Rewatch – Raiders Of The Lost Ark after 40 years
    What links a toilet cistern, fingering a cheese casserole, a Honda Civic rolling down a gravel path, whacking a pile of leather jackets with a baseball bat, and R2-D2? They’re all sound effects used during the production of Raiders Of The Lost Ark. The toilet cistern is the sound of the lid …
  • 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 …
  • The Big James Bond Rewatch – Thunderball (1965)
    I tried watching the Bond films in order with my father years ago.  He even bought me the whole series on DVD.  We only made it halfway through Goldfinger before getting interrupted.  I didn’t see all of Goldfinger until it played in cinemas again a few years ago.  So I’ve …
  • James Bond Rewatch – Goldfinger (1965)
    Jill, Rob, and I are reviewing the entire James Bond series in celebration and anticipation of Daniel Craig’s final Bond outing No Time to Die.  When Jill, Rob, and I did a draft to divide up the Bond reviews, this movie was my first choice.  I picked last and was …
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