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  • Movie Review – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
    Oddly enough, I’m almost relieved that Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness wasn’t another A+ MCU movie. My list of top third MCU movies is packed. Adding another to it means I have to pick an existing top third movie to drop. “Crazy”, I know. Even though this wasn’t the best the …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
    There are extras during the end credits of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. About 2 minutes into the credits is a very short extra scene that involves Dr. Strange. The credits scroll for the next 7+ minutes, then there is another short extra scene after the end credits are over. It’s …
  • RunPee Star Wars Hub
      The 45th anniversary of the first film in the Star Wars franchise is rapidly approaching. It would have been nice to say that the premiere was on May 4th but, back then, no one knew that they had such a phenomenon on their hands. As a result the US release …
  • Best of British Biographies – Gary Oldman
    Throughout this series of Best of Brit articles, there has been a relatively common theme; a lot of the people I’ve spoken about have spent some of their earlier years in one of the renowned theatrical training grounds such as the RSC, the National, or RADA. This chap is a …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore?
    There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. The credits run for approximately 9 minutes. Read the RunPee movie review for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore by Rob Williams. Movie review grade: B+ We have 4 Peetimes for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. Learn more. About The Peetimes I have four …
  • Movie Review – Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore
    Every so often there’ll come a film that is looked forward to for various reasons. New James Bond adventures are up there, certainly. Something from the Marvel or DC worlds providing it hasn’t got Jared Leto attached. I even remember the days when a Carry On film was something to …
  • Indie Movie Review – Project ‘Gemini’
    Talk about a game of two halves! Project ‘Gemini’ started off looking far more expensive than the $6.5 million it’s listed as costing. The sets, costumes, and the cinematography were all excellent. The visuals were, undoubtedly, spot on. You would have thought you were watching the latest blockbuster direct from …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Moonfall?
    There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of Moonfall. The credits run for approximately 8 minutes. Read the RunPee movie review for Moonfall by Christene Johnson. Movie review grade: C+ We have 2 Peetimes for Moonfall. Learn more. About The Peetimes Both Peetimes will work, one was easy to sum up and the second was mostly action-based. Rated: PG-13) Strong Language …
  • Movie Review – Moonfall
      Moonfall has all the makings of a great disaster movie. Earth’s population in danger, check. A down and out hero, check. The required uptight military personnel and the comedic relief, check. Even with all these key ingredients I still don’t feel like it stacks up to a movie like Armageddon. It …
  • Best Movies about Magic now streaming on Netflix
    The only thing more amazing than movie magic is when movies are actually about magic. Whether it’s the sight of flight or exploration of a world with otherworldly creatures, there are many movies to choose from when it comes to the topic. Here are five films to consider catching on …
  • Star-Wars: A Movie Journey from Primitive Technological Si-Fi to the Contemporary Genre
    Image Credits The brainchild of George Lucas and perhaps one of his finest achievements, The Star Wars media franchise is a grand space opera of epic proportions. From its humble beginnings to larger-than-life influence, there is no doubt that the saga exerts an intense and overwhelming impact on pop culture. The films …
  • MCU Disney+ Review – WandaVision
    And here we go with the MCU’s dive into television. Incidentally, should it still be the MCU? Or should it now be the MCTVU? I guess that’s one of those questions which doesn’t require looking at too closely. Anyway, WandaVision is the first TV series from Marvel Studios and, also, the …
  • 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. I don’t if there’s any significance in the location but the time has obviously been chosen as one of …
  • 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. Not only does he rant with a thick French accent, but there’s also a fight going on at the same time. Below is a copy of the closed captioning of his lines. I hope …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Matrix Resurrections?
    There are extras during the end credits of The Matrix Resurrections. At the very end of the credits is a 30 second extra scene. It’s snarky and doesn’t involve the plot or any main characters, or hopefully, anything to follow in The Matrix franchise. You won’t be missing anything if you skip it. The credits run …
  • 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. I’m a huge Matrix fan. I’ve seen the trilogy, plus Animatrix, a number of times and just finished a complete rewatch of all 4 prior to Resurrections coming …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Spider-Man: No Way Home?
    There are extras during the end credits of Spider-Man: No Way Home. There are two extra scenes. The first begins about 2 1/2 minutes into the credits and lasts about 1 1/2 minutes. There’s a 7-minute wait until the second extra scene comes after the end credits. It’s honestly not an extra scene but …
  • Movie Review – Spider-Man: No Way Home
    When I read about the multiverse plot for Spider-Man: No Way Home I thought it would either be awesome, or horrible. I was hugely relieved to see that they landed closer to the side of awesome. The writers—Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers—both wrote the previous two Spider-Man movies together, so fortunately …
  • Christmas Classic Rewatch Review – Scrooge (1951)
    Elsewhere I wrote about how and why A Christmas Carol was written and how it’s been adapted many times on screens both large and small. It’s the most often adapted of all of Dickens’ works, with over thirty film outings. Oliver Twist comes second with a mere eighteen.  It’s been …
  • Doing a Matrix rewatch: don’t forget The Animatrix
    The Matrix Resurrections will be in theaters/HBO Max on December 22nd. If you’re planning a Matrix trilogy rewatch—I know we are—then be sure to include The Animatrix. The Animatrix is a collection of nine short animations that tell stories about The Matrix universe. Principally among the animations are The Second Renaissance …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Don’t Look Up?
    There are extras during the end credits of Don’t Look Up. There are 2 extra scenes. The credits begin with really cool visuals. About 1 minute into the credits there is a funny extra scene. After that, the credits go back to some visuals for a minute or so. Following that are standard rolling …
  • Movie Review – Don’t Look Up
    This was an A+ movie at all levels: acting, directing, story, message, humor, cinematography, wardrobe… Okay, maybe not wardrobe. But still: A+ In case you didn’t already know, Don’t Look Up is a satire on the USA’s reaction to climate change, but they replaced the climate crisis with a comet. What stands out most …
  • Movie Review – Dune From A Dune Virgin
    To hear all the kerfuffle going on you’d assume that what was coming was something akin to a new branch of the Star Wars mythology, an interim MCU phase, or a new found Tolkien saga. Instead, what we have is a film of an, allegedly, unfilmable novel… actually, series of …
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Ghostbusters: Afterlife?
    There are extras during the end credits of Ghostbusters: Afterlife. There are TWO extra scenes. The first extra comes about 2 minutes in and lasts for 1 minute. The second extra comes at the very end of the credits and lasts for close to 2 minutes. Both are MUST SEE. The credits run for approximately 9 …
  • Movie Review – Ghostbusters: Afterlife
    I laughed and I cried; Awwwwed and applauded. It was more than a perfect homage to GB84. It added fun new characters that I hope we’ll see moving forward in the Ghostbuster’s Universe. And I want to thank the writer/director Jason Reitman for not taking a deuce on a favorite childhood …
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Movie Review – Ordinary Angels

A woman named Sharon Stevens made it her goal to see a family through hard times while battling her…

Movie Review – Drive-Away Dolls

Drive Away Dolls feels like a lesbian version of Pulp Fiction that was written by Wes Anderson. I…

Movie Review – Madame Web

Obviously, no one involved with making this movie can see into the future. If they could, they…

Movie Review – Bob Marley: One Love

This movie offers a glimpse into the life and legacy of the iconic reggae legend Bob Marley…

Movie Review – Lisa Frankenstein

Lisa Frankenstein was a delightfully fun movie. One word keeps coming to mind, whimsical. From the…

Movie Review – The Jungle Bunch 2: World Tour

Jungle Bunch: Operation Meltdown was a cute film but it didn’t quite grab me or my…

Movie Review – Maestro

“I love music so much that it keeps me glued to life,” Leonard Bernstein (Lenny), world-renowned…

Movie Review – Founders Day

Founders Day was not that bad, It was definitely better than I thought it would be. The story was a…

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