There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits.

Is there anything extra during the end credits of Jackass Forever?

There are extras during the end credits of Jackass Forever. During the entire runtime of the credits they show extra scenes and outtakes. At my AMC Theater after the credits were completely over, they showed a group discussion/interview with the entire cast. It was almost 10 minutes long. The credits run for approximately 9 minutes. [/wbcr_text_snippet] Read […]

Movie Review – Jackass Forever

Dear Lord, I didn’t know I could laugh so hard. From the opening scene to the end credits I laughed, then laughed more. They pulled all the stops in Jackass Forever. I’m giving this an A for sure. They had one goal in mind and that was to make us go ouch and laugh and […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #78 (September 8th, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. Movie Review – Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings A middle-tier MCU film. I think it’s fair to compare this with the other MCU origin stories in terms of grading. Was it as […]

Indie Documentary Review – Sex, Drugs & Bicycles

Buy one, get one free! Yes, you can have a political documentary AND a comedy. Ok, maybe it’s not screamingly funny but wryly amusing, observational humour can definitely be used as a description. What we have in Sex, Drugs & Bicycles is an American, Jonathan Block — Writer/Director/Narrator — who fondly remembers a trip to The […]

Exclusive Interview With Documentary Producer Darcy Weir – Director of Volcanic UFO Mysteries

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing producer Darcy Weir, whose latest documentary focuses on the relationship between UFO sightings and Latin American volcanoes.  We had a fascinating discussion about UFOs, extraterrestrials, alien abductions, artificial intelligence, the singularity, Space X, secret space programs, nuclear weapon issues, underground military bases, crop circles, and so much more. Weir […]

Indie Documentary Review – Rom Boys – 40 Years Of Cool

Cards on the table… I enjoy a good documentary. But then comes the sticky question… what makes a good documentary? That it has to be well made and entertaining, so that you want to spend the time watching it is a given, but what moves things to the next level is when there is a […]

Never Surrender – A Galaxy Quest Retrospective

I just smiled my ass off for 95 minutes. And you will too, if you’ve loved Galaxy Quest since it premiered in 1999. I’ve been telling everyone in earshot for decades that Galaxy Quest is one of the best “Star Trek” movies ever made. It was kind of fun to hear this exact sentiment expressed […]

Movie Review – Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable

Bethany Hamilton’s Unstoppable as a documentary is hard to grade. I’m going through a ‘shark movie’ phase, and there were no toothy predators here. I expected to see Bethany’s harrowing events, feeling gripped and scared along with viewing her traumatic experience. As it was, the documentary picks up only after the attack and healing phases. […]

Through the Wormhole – Are We All Bigots?

Morgan Freeman has a Science Channel series called Through the Wormhole. I highly recommend the series for those interested in learning about a broad range of topics from is the universe a simulation to is privacy dead. One of my favorite episodes is about the nature of racism: Are We All Bigots? In this episode Freeman […]