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Null Movies – Films with a 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes

Null Movies are a thing After many weeks discussing how we grade movies at RunPee, from A+ through F-, I thought I was done. But NOT SO FAST!  There’s an even worse film than the lowly F-. How about a null score that statistically nobody has a good thing to say about it? It’s so […]

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How movies get C Grades at RunPee

To start with: a C grade isn’t considered a bad movie. It’s just not a good one. It’s average. It can be mediocre, vanilla, fluffy, lightweight, ponderous — or most condemning of all: boring. But in all, these are watchable films. And since every movie is somebody’s favorite, we try to look for the positive […]

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Movie Review – Irresistible

I like Steve Carell, most usually in his comedy roles. (I thought the American version of The Office went downhill after he left). He’s also good in his dramatic turns. The Big Short, Marwen, and The Morning Show all were excellent and gave him a chance to show off his serious chops. Add to that […]

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What makes a B grade movie rank at RunPee (using the Rock as an example)

We’ve discussed movie reviews in the A range at RunPee before, but what about those Bs? To be clear, we consider a B movie as good to very good. But then what do we look for in a B film? B+ movies A B+ movie grade is for very good films. We dicker and dither […]

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How movies earn an A Grade at RunPee

We consider an A, any A, from – to +, to be the best a movie in its genre has to offer. And while we sometimes — especially in long-running franchises — grade on a curve, we believe an A movie fulfills our expectations of a feature film of its type. So while all movies […]

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