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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #105 (March 16th, 2022)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. You’ve Been In Two Huge Franchises? How nice for you…A Brief Bio of Benedict Cumberbatch Smaug, Khan, Sherlock, Dr. Strange…then there are all the characters he’s played that aren’t part of multi-million franchises… Read more… […]

From The Water Margins To The Hogwarts Head of Hufflepuff – Actor Miriam Margolyes

Some actors are known for their stage careers, others for their film and TV work. Some actors are known for their vocal versatility or their commitment to radically change their physique through diet and/or exercise. Still others are renowned either for the beauty or the character of their appearance. A rare, special few are none […]

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Warm, Resonant, Rich…And That’s Just The Voice – Actor Roger Allam

We’re all allowed favourites. Similarly, we’re all allowed someone we admire. Someone we want to be like, someone we secretly copy and could imagine ourselves actually being. It probably changes over the years. A bit like actors play Romeo, then they move on to Hamlet, before finally ending up as Lear so who you idolise […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #101 (February 16th, 2022)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. British Legends Of Stage & Screen For decades Brits have been brought in to play the bad guy, place the action in a particular time or place, or to make clear the class and background […]

Best of: British Legends of Stage & Screen

    With a lot of encouragement and advice from RunPee C.O.O. Jill I’ve been doing occasional biographical articles about British talent and what they bring to the big — nay — huge blockbuster franchises. It’s one of those mysteries lost in the depths of time…how did this actually start? My recollection is that I […]

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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 […]

Classic Movie Review – The Milagro Beanfield War

The Milagro Beanfield War is a movie everyone should see to be delighted, laugh a lot, cry a little, and have a two hour cinematic fiesta. It’s chock full of chemistry between almost everyone, in a cast that encompasses an entire town, from children to the elderly. In fact, it’s the elders who steal the […]

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Movie Review – Together Together

Together Together is undoubtedly my new favorite movie of the year. I actually felt rejuvenated and lighter when I walked out of the theater. It was fun, it was serious, it was exactly right. Ed Helms has been a favorite of mine since The Hangover. I thought he was perfect for that role, just like […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – Marvelous and the Black Hole

What were you like at thirteen?  This film may bring back some of the pain and frustration of your earlier years.  Yet it’s a fun, uplifting watch.  Perhaps this year’s Peanut Butter Falcon. Miya Cech plays Sammy, a teenager living with her father and sister and coping with her mother’s death.  When she’s forced to […]

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Children’s Book Review – Tucker’s Countryside (A sequel to The Cricket in Times Square)

Tucker in Tucker’s Countryside (1969) is the mouse from the extraordinary and renowned children’s book The Cricket in Times Square. Here the mouse gets his own heroic tail. Or, er…tale. In Cricket — the origin novel (and animated children’s special) — small and lonely Chester Cricket gets accidentally trapped in the New York Square Subway […]

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