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  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard?
    Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard. View details and movie information…
  • Movie Review – The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
    If the plot for Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard were a character, it would have been shot in the head and buried in lava within the first 5 minutes. Not only is the plot bad, as the movie goes on it becomes clear that it was bad on purpose, as evidence of ...
  • Movie Rewatch Review – Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
    First off, with regards to The First Avenger, I’m surprised we didn’t have a review for this up years ago. We fully believed we’d reviewed everything in the MCU. A RunPee fan just pointed out this gap. So here the review is. Thoughts before the First Avenger rewatch I admit this is ...
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – – For Your Eyes Only (1981)
    I don’t think it is any secret that, in my ever so humble opinion, Roger Moore was the worst Bond ever. Hell’s teeth, I even think Woody Allen and Daliah Lavi made a better fist of the job. But I know that there are fans of the Moore-era, as will ...
  • James Bond Rewatch – Goldfinger (1965)
    Jill, Rob, and I are reviewing the entire James Bond series in celebration and anticipation of Daniel Craig’s final Bond outing No Time to Die.  When Jill, Rob, and I did a draft to divide up the Bond reviews, this movie was my first choice.  I picked last and was ...
  • The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Dr. No (1962)
    Looking back, it’s almost impossible to imagine that Albert R Broccoli and Harry Saltzman didn’t know that, with Dr. No, they were establishing a film franchise to become the second longest-running in the world. At fifty-nine years the only thing that’s outlasted it is Godzilla, which began in 1954 and ...
  • James Bond Rewatch – You Only Live Twice (1967)
    The fifth entry in the Bond series is an unexpected surprise. For me, this is the sleeper hit of the series so far. It’s a movie you never hear people talk about it, yet it’s a lot of fun. This was a lot more entertaining to me than Thunderball. Bond ...
  • James Bond Rewatch – Live and Let Die (1973)
    Roger Moore is my favorite James Bond, and Live & Let Die is my favorite Bond film. Do you remember your 1st Bond film in the theater? (Mine was 1979’s Moonraker, which has SPACE in it, and thus I loved it.) So it’s natural that Moore was ‘my’ Bond. Moore also did ...
  • Movie Franchise Rewatch Analysis – Star Trek: Nemesis
    I haven’t finished my Star Trek franchise rewatch yet, but I’m pretty sure this is the worst stinker in the 13 movie run. I was pleasantly surprised by most of The Final Frontier being better than I remembered. And while I need to rewatch Into Darkness to see how it ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Those Who Wish Me Dead?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of . View details and movie information…
  • Movie Review – Those Who Wish Me Dead
    Have you ever had your friend tell you a story that they were excited about but sounds bland to you and they end with, “I don’t do it justice, it’s better if you were there”? This is that kind of movie. It’s not bad — it’s just bland. You will experience ...
  • Is Star Trek V: The Final Frontier the worst Trek movie?
    TL;DR — I remembered The Final Frontier as terrible back in 1989 (and the plot/climax really is), but to my surprise it has a lot of lovely moments, decent humor, and good characterizations between the Big Three. It had its heart in the right place. The actors went all in, ...
  • Primer for Guardians of the Galaxy
    There are some spoilers here, but this is intended as a primer for the first 30 minutes of Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 1, that can at times be a little confusing. First, you need to have seen the after credit scene for Thor 2: The Dark World. That’s where ...
  • Movie Review – Wrath of Man
    TL;DR If you like Jason Statham, and/or the director Guy Ritchie, then you’re bound to enjoy this movie. I don’t think Wrath of Man will go down for either as their best work, but neither disappoints. There’s a lot to like in this movie, but at the same time it’s hard to ...
  • Indie Movie Review – The Slayers
    The Slayers could have been a lot better than it actually was. There were some good ideas which, I thought, promised a lot but never got fully developed.  We start off in a plain room filled with people all dressed in white gowns. At first glance it could be a therapy ...
  • Movie Review – Greenland (and other disaster films)
    Disaster movies are my favorite genre. Don’t get me wrong, they’re not the best movies in the world by far. But damn good entertainment. Considering the genre as a whole, I think Greenland lands comfortably in the top third.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M8s0w1Fzm4 Mild spoilers ahead. Dramatic, but not overly so One commonality among many disaster movies ...
  • Movie Franchise Rewatch – Star Trek IX: Insurrection
    Insurrection is one of those movies that you kind of forget about after seeing, which explains my inability to get this review out on time. It’s very…lightweight. To its credit, it feels like a middle of the road Star Trek: The Next Generation episode. I say credit, because a middle ...
  • Movie Analysis: A Deeper Look at Mortal Kombat
    Mortal Kombat… Need I Say More? Wow. I’ve gotta start off saying I thoroughly enjoyed it. The acting may not have been top notch. Cole specifically… But the storyline was decent. The nostalgia was there. The corny humor sprinkled throughout. The finishes and fatalities…it was all worthwhile. There are spoilers below. Proceed ...
  • Top Ginger Kitties – The 6 Orange Cats in Sci Fi and Fantasy Movie Franchises
    What is it about cats who are orange — and the movies? Especially in major, iconic science fiction and fantasy film franchises? It must be a ginger thing. There are mild movie spoilers here. But these aren’t new films, so all should be right in the universe. Further disclaimer: no curiosity ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Mortal Kombat?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Mortal Kombat. View details and movie information…
  • Movie Review – Mortal Kombat
    I used to play MK back in the 90s, but haven’t played it since and haven’t kept up with the mythology built around it. My wife has never played the video game and was confused by the plot and asked many questions. I told her she was overthinking it. There’s ...
  • Movie Franchise Review – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    Looking over the entire Star Trek movie franchise, there are good ones, great ones, and outright poor ones. Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country is one of the good ones, and just misses being great. I’d say it falls lower than Wrath of Khan, The Voyage Home, and First Contact, ...
  • Movie Review – Boss Level (2021’s Groundhog Day Loop film)
    As the queen of Groundhog Day (GHD) time loop movies, of course I viewed and reviewed Boss Level. It’s only viewable on Hulu. This is too bad, because in a normal (ie, not CoVid year) this would be a crowd-pleasing blockbuster on the big screen. Seriously, Boss Level is a ...
  • Indie Movie Review – 86 Melrose Avenue
    86 Melrose Avenue starts with a bloody and battered Travis (Dade Elza) staggering down a street while sirens are blaring in the background and red & blue lights are flashing. Desperate for somewhere to hide, he stumbles across one of the few places that are open, the eponymous 86 Melrose Avenue, where ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Godzilla vs. Kong?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Godzilla vs. Kong. View details and movie information…
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