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RunPee Weekly Newsletter 19th edition (July 22nd, 2020)

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ET Sequel
There’s an E.T. sequel and it’s awesome

This 4 minute sequel to the classic movie ET is a must-watch. It’s the most tasteful example of product placement (for Xfinity) I’ve seen.  Kudos to the writers who pack a lot of story into just a few minutes.


RunPee News

How movies get D Grades at RunPee

The Dumb Movies – How films earn D grades at RunPee
If we were teachers, we’d say, “We know you can earn a passing grade if you tried harder.” A D is almost never worth paying a full priced ticket for, but can be worth a venture on discount nights. Don’t expect much. Or get really soused for a streaming night with friends. Not that we officially recommend that kind of thing.
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Happy Birthday! Sir Patrick Stewart

Happy Birthday! Sir Patrick Stewart turns 80 – a retrospective of an extraordinary actor
On the eve of 2020’s online Comic Con, we salute the man who gave us Captain Picard and so much more. A look at Sir Patrick’s best roles and classy nature. Engage!
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Classic Movie Review – Mean Girls

Classic Movie Review – Mean Girls
Totally quotable and fun after all this time, Mean Girls just proves you don’t have to be a meaningful teen anthem to earn an A+. Also, ‘fetch’ never did catch on…
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Movie review: Palm Springs

New Movie Review – Palm Springs
Palm Springs is this year’s Groundhog Day film and you should see it. It’s funny, smart, deeply existential, frequently whacked, and somehow sweet. We’re lucky to have a new movie this good right now! Here’s why we recommend it.
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RunPee:NX genre search

Weekly progress diary on RunPee:NX
We are rebuilding the RunPee app from scratch using Google Flutter. Here’s a brief report on our weekly progress:

Picture this: the COVID19 crisis is over and you and your date go to the movie theater to see a movie. FINALLY.

You look at the long list of movies and ask your date, “What genre of movie do you want to see?” They say, “Ummm, I feel like watching a drama.” You reply, “After COVID19, the election crisis, and that asteroid impact I’ve had enough drama. I’d like to see a comedy.”

Now the RunPee app can help with that problem as well. In the RunPee:NX app you’ll be able to search movies by genre, so you can both get what you want: a comedy/drama, or whatever floats your boat.


We’re Adding Classic Movies to the RunPee Database

Is there anything extra during the end credits of Palm Springs?

Types of Peetimes: recommended, emergency, alert

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 Fly Me To The Moon, Despicable Me 4, A Quiet Place: Day One, Inside Out 2 and coming soon, Twisters, Deadpool & Wolverien and many others. 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.


2 responses to “RunPee Weekly Newsletter 19th edition (July 22nd, 2020)”

  1. Technically, that’s a Dramedy. Not that it matters. Yay for genres!

    What asteroid? We have an asteroid now? Or did you just want to see if we were paying attention? 😉

  2. Just making it up… Probably… Maybe… It’s 2020. Who knows.

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