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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #88 (November 17th, 2021)

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Who You Gonna Call (again)?

It’s time to really bust some heads, spiritually speaking. You might not want to re-trudge through the middle Ghostbuster movies, and it’s unclear what’s taking place in the same universe, but this is the week for rewatching—the very least—the classic from 1984. Yes, it was THAT long ago.

Classic Movie Review – Ghostbusters

This paranormal comedy is well written, well-acted, well-directed, and even throws interesting world-building into the supernatural stew. Ghostbusters, indeed, might be the world’s most entirely quotable film. (When someone asks you if you’re a god, what do you say?)


New Movies This Week

ghostbusters-afterlife_square Ghostbusters: Afterlife
starring: Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Carrie Coon
runtime: 2 hours 4 minutes
genres: Comedy | Fantasy
rating: [PG-13] Supernatural Action | Some Suggestive References
directed by: Jason Reitman
Peetimes: We’re going to the premiere on Thursday at 4:00 PM Eastern. Peetimes should be posted by 7:30 PM.
king-richard_square King Richard
starring: Will Smith, Jon Bernthal, Tony Goldwyn
runtime: 2 hours 18 minutes
genres: Biography | Drama | Sport
rating: [PG-13] Brief Drug References | A Sexual Reference | Some Violence | Strong Language
directed by: Reinaldo Marcus Green
Peetimes: This movie is streaming on HBO Max Friday morning. We’ll watch it and add Peetimes ASAP. It’s a long movie, so we should have them done by noon.
house-of-gucci_square House of Gucci
starring: Salma Hayek, Jared Leto, Adam Driver
runtime: 2 hours 37 minutes
genres: Crime | Drama | Thriller
rating: [R] Violence | Brief Nudity | Some Sexual Content | Language
directed by: Ridley Scott
Peetimes: Peetimes will be posted early Friday morning.

RunPee News

NEW in theaters – Clifford the Big Red Dog
This was a delightful movie. It’s sweet and funny with a terrific message for kids and adults alike. There’s humor in it for everyone.
Grade: A
ghostbusters2_square Ghostbusters 3: Afterlife – The Original Cast Teaser Trailer
Is Ghostbusters: Afterlife considered Ghostbusters 3—or 4? Or possibly just 2?
ghostbusters_2016 Movie Review – Ghostbusters (2016 reboot)
This is the one with an all-girl cast, but that’s not why it sucks. It’s loaded with great cameos, which is the real reason to consume this Ghostbuster movie at all. Is it better than Ghostbuster 2? Um…let’s give that a strong maybe.
Grade: C-
zoom-ghostbusters_square Epic cast reunions – Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and more
Watching this gives me the warm fuzzies. It’s so cool to see the cast of Ghostbusters reunited. To get a sense of their camaraderie—even after all these years — this is a joy to watch.
The French Dispatch 01 Movie Review – The French Dispatch
Our UK RunPeep Rob loved this new movie by Wes Anderson, and not just because he waited 2 years to see it!
Grade: A
Tes Yeux Mourants 01 Indie Movie Review – Tes Yeux Mourants/That Cold Dead Look in Your Eyes
I wasn’t always sure what was happening in those old French films, but there was something that kept me coming back for more: style, story, atmosphere, sultry French actors — it’s hard to say exactly what it was — but it kept me going until the seventies arrived, bringing colour and Gérard Depardieu. Here’s another inscrutable French indie.
Grade: C+


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