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Best of Brit Movie Bio – Anthony Hopkins

There are ways of saying how old you are without saying how old you are. For instance, if you were to say that the first Doctor Who you remember watching is William Hartnell, then you’re of a significantly more mature vintage than if you remember, say, David Tennant. I was thinking there’d be a similar […]

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Indie Movie Review – A Ghost Waits

My name is Rob, and I’m a cinema addict. When the world was open I was retired and had Infinity cards both for RunPee and for my local cinema; I’d peaked at seeing three films in a day and going four or five days a week. Then it all closed down. However, I was luckier […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #56 (April 7, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. Thoughts on Monster Universe Rewatch before Godzilla vs Kong I did a rewatch of Godzilla 2014, Kong: Skull Island, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters in preparation for the release of Godzilla vs King Kong […]

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Sundance Festival Movie Review – CODA

What would you do if you had to choose between taking care of your parents and taking care of yourself, between going after your own dreams or keeping the family business alive?  This is the dilemma faced by the protagonist of CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). [Editor’s note: not an uncommon situation these days.] CODA […]

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What I Saw During the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

I recently got to attend the 2021 Sundance Film Festival online.  It was a wonderful experience.  I got to see an array of unique films. and discover some new favorites.  While I’ll be posting reviews of my favorite films from the festival, it would be impossible to review everything I experienced.  Here, though, is a […]

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Sundance 2021 Festival Movie Review – On the Count of Three

My Favorite Movie at Sundance This was my favorite movie at Sundance this year.  It has a dark premise and comes with a major trigger warning. (Seriously, if you’re thinking of harming yourself please use the crisis text line instead of seeing this film, or even reading the rest of this review).  But I found […]

Best of Brit Movie Bio – Maggie Smith

(Don’t Panic: Maggie isn’t dead. I just wanted to write a bit about one of my favorite actresses.) Dame Margaret Natalie Smith, CH DBE, or Maggie Smith as she’s more commonly known, has been acting for very nearly seventy years. She started out as a student with the Oxford Playhouse in 1952 and made her […]

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Indie Movie Review – Happy Face

Happy Face is an awesome film. I just had to get that off my chest right from the get go.  It’s not a laugh a minute rib tickler, it’s not an edge of the seat thriller, and it’s not a mind bending thought provoker. It’s a drama about the lives of a group of people […]

Where to watch Alien Addiction, directed by Shae Sterling

Typical… you wait ages for talented, New Zealand based film directors with an offbeat sense of humour — and then three come along at once! First there was Peter Jackson. Now he’s synonymous with anything Tolkienesque, but way back in the days of VHS tapes he was the master of the comedy/horror/sci-fi genre; check out […]

Indie Movie Review – Call Me Brother

Call Me Brother is a story about, surprise surprise, a pair of siblings: Brother/Tony (Andrew Dismukes) and Sister/Lisa (Christina Parrish). They are about a year apart chronologically, but were separated around the age of six and/or seven. Lisa went off to live with Mum/Rachel (Kim Lowery), while Tony stayed behind with Dad/Frank (Asaf Ronen). Ten […]

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