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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #90 (December 1st, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.

Dune, From A Dune Virgin

UK RunPeep Rob chimes in on 2021’s DUNE with no prior knowledge. Was he impressed? …Well, we think he should read the book. 😉

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New Movies This Week

No new movies this week

RunPee News

Can Dune be done? Should Dune be done? Bringing Long Books to the Screen
RunPee Jilly’s thoughts on several decades of celluloid Dune, including David Lynch’s offbeat effort, the Sci-Fi miniseries duo, and Jodorowsky’s never-ran. With notes on Lord of the Rings, Watership Down, and Lonesome Dove. Can you guess which of these brick books were done right by film, and which is just a messy nightmare?

Don’t tell them to break a leg.
Movie Review – Poms (2019)
Diane Keaton reluctantly starts a cheerleading squad for her new homies at an activities-stuffed senior retirement community. Too bad Keaton’s usual charm is overshadowed by her much more interesting pals. Fluffy fun that rarely pretends to be more; worth a light evening’s entertainment.
Grade: C+
Indie Movie Review – A Stalker In The House
For me, the stand-out here is Jack Pearson as the unremittingly psychotic Mike. He does have a bit of a look of an undiscovered Wilson brother… Owen, Luke, Andrew, and Jack?
Grade: B-
Indie Movie Review – Escape From Death Block 13
What really let Escape From Death Block 13 down was the acting, the special effects, and just how far bits of it were from reality. I know that films aren’t shot in chronological order but it did seem to me that the acting got a bit better as things progressed; the early scenes were very stilted and unnatural but seemed to improve as the pace picked up.
Grade: C+
youtube-retractable-knife YouTube – The tricks that make slasher films look real
RunPee Sis is inconsolable that horror movies use rubber knives and fake blood. Here’s the YouTube vid that broke her evil heart.


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