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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #94 (December 29th, 2021)

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Movie Review – The Matrix Resurrections

There’s so much to break down here. I’ll keep the review spoiler-free to begin with and give you a warning before I get into spoilers. Try to see this Matrix movie in the theater, as it’s an event film, made to be seen big. (Please be safe and wear your masks during the show. Remember, The Matrix Has You.)

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New Movies This Week

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starring: Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn
runtime: 2 hours 13 minutes
genres: Comedy | Drama | Romance
rating: [R] Some Drug Use | Sexual Material|Language
directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson
Peetimes: This was a limited-release movie and has been out for a long time. But it just came to our local theater this week.I’m going to see it Thursday, December 30th, at noon. Peetimes will be posted by 4:30 PM Eastern.

RunPee News

What was the Merovingian ranting about in Matrix: Resurrections?
If you’ve seen Matrix: Resurrections you know that the scene with the Merovingian rant is partially undecipherable.More Matrix words of wisdom from RunPee:The Matrix Trilogy After 20 Years – A Retrospective: Different Kind of Hero, New Kind of Science Fiction Doing a Matrix rewatch: don’t forget The AnimatrixMovie Review – The MatrixWhy Keanu Reeves is excited to return to The Matrix
NEW Movie – American Underdog
I don’t think football fans will be disappointed watching this movie. It won’t go down as one of the classic sports movies. But it’s quite enjoyable nonetheless.
Grade: B
NEW Movie – A Journal for Jordan
A Journal For Jordan is a very touching movie. But I would not recommend this to anyone who is feeling sad or lonely during the holidays. This is not the film for you.
Grade: C+
My, how things have changed.
Classic Christmas Rewatch – Home Alone (1990)

Christmas Day is over, but we like to think of this as one long Christmas week. There’s still time to catch Home Alone, which is really just Die Hard With A Kid. Like Die Hard, it’s set over the holidays, and is just as enduring.
Grade: A+
Christmas First View Review – An American Christmas Carol (1979)
Here we have an attempt to prove the ubiquity and relevance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol by taking it from Victorian-era London and plonking it down in Depression-era Concord, New Hampshire. Henry Winkler stars.
Grade: C+


All About A Christmas Carol

We’ve decided our UK RunPeep Rob needs to see every version of Scrooge out there. Not that he’s like a humbug or anything… Here’s what he wrote last year before deciding to embark on a completist’s journey.

Vintage Christmas Film Short – Scrooge: Marley’s Ghost (1901)
So Scrooge, or, Marley’s Ghost is short, incomplete, and quite different from later versions, but is fascinating from the position of over a century of advancement. Take three minutes and watch what remains, where it all began.
Grade: A


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