Here at RunPee World Domination Headquarters we’re always thinking about ways we can enslave you serve you better. 🙂 To that end, we added a hugely popular benefit for the fans in the RunPee app, called RunningLate.
We give you a good description of the 1st three minutes of every movie we track Peetimes for at RunPee.
RunningLate is certainly not something that you want to use. But if you need it, then it comes in very handy. It might even save lives. Normally you might be in such a rush to get to the theater that you could be in an accident. But if you know what happens during the first few minutes, then you might just ease off enough to keep it safe on the road. Or prevent a traffic ticket!
It’s also a means for fans to determine how important the first few missed minutes are for that film. That way, you can decide if you should just wait for the next showing to catch those movie bits, or still get into the story with just the synopsis we provide.
Movies are expensive, and some films hit the ground running at a furious, crucially important pace. And some…well…they diddle around getting started. RunPee tells you what you need to know.
It’s all there on the RunPee app: it’s easy, painless, and just plain makes lives better. (And safer. And cheaper…)
Don’t miss your favorite movie moments because you have to pee or need a snack. Use the RunPee app (Androidor iPhone) when you go to the movies. We have Peetimes for all wide release films every week, including Matrix: Resurrections, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and coming soon Morbius. We have literally thousands of Peetimes—from classic movies through today's blockbusters. You can also keep up with movie news and reviews on our blog, or by following us on Twitter @RunPee. If there's a new film out there, we've got your bladder covered.
Co-Creator of RunPee, Chief of Operations, Content Director, and Managing Editor. RunPee Jilly likes galaxy-spanning sci fi, superhero sagas, fantasy films, YA dystopians, action thrillers, chick flicks, and zany comedies, in that order…and possesses an inspiringly small bladder. In fact, that little bladder sparked the creation of RunPee. (Good thing she’s learned to hold it.)