Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Personal History of David Copperfield?

The Personal History of David Copperfield No, there are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Personal History of David Copperfield.

Anything Extra Details

The credits are in the form of pencil sketches of the characters and notes similar to those used by David throughout the film. They are pretty, but don’t add anything to the story.

The credits run for approximately 3 minutes.

Read the RunPee movie review for The Personal History of David Copperfield by Rob Williams. Movie review grade: B+

Rated (PG) na
Genres: Comedy, Drama
USA release date: 2020-01-24
Movie length: 1 hour 59 minutes

We have 4 Peetimes for The Personal History of David Copperfield. Learn more.

About The Peetimes
In some ways the film reflects the episodic nature of the original text so finding breaks was fairly straightforward and they can be summed up easily.

Movie Review – The Personal History of David Copperfield

Movie Review - The Personal History of David CopperfieldTo be honest, it is about fifty years since I read David Copperfield while at school (Yes, I know. I look so young!) and I do tend to mix up the details with all the other Dickens I had to read, so I wasn’t too sure what the story was —  other than a loose autobiography of the man himself and to be about the hardships of life in Victorian England.

I’d heard that the humor of the original story was to be emphasized, and given that Armando Iannucci was heavily involved (directing and contributing to the screenplay) I expected there would be a few laughs along the way. I’m not sure how well-known he is in the States, other than creating and writing some of Veep, but he has a string of political and situation comedies over here and I am quite the fan of his.

I was quite looking forward to this and I was not disappointed. The colour blind casting worked for me, but maybe that says more about my liberal, socialist tendencies than it does about the casting technique.

Dev Patel was an excellent and very watchable David Copperfield. Tilda Swinton was marvelously bonkers as Betsey Trotwood. Ben Whishaw was almost unrecognizable as the oleaginous Uriah Heep. Peter Capaldi, Hugh Laurie, and Paul Whitehouse were, as always, giving full value for money.

The biggest eye opener was Bronagh Galagher as Mrs Micawber. I don’t know if she is guzzling monkey glands or has a dodgy portrait in the attic but she was instantly recognizable as one of the backing singers from The Commitments back in 1991.

It was an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours on a Friday morning. The story rattled along quite nicely. The jokes were there; I won’t say that they came thick and fast, but there were enough to keep me smiling. The acting was excellent. The effects were non-existent. At least that was the — well — effect;  it all seemed to have been done on-camera. Obviously there were digital effects (the Palace of Westminster under construction for example), but they weren’t in-your-face, which allowed you to enjoy the story.

Grade: B+

About The Peetimes: In some ways the film reflects the episodic nature of the original text so finding breaks was fairly straightforward and they can be summed up easily.

There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Personal History of David Copperfield. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (PG) n/a
Genres: Comedy, Drama

Movie Review – The Turning

Movie Review - The TurningI really wanted to like The Turning. There were so many great aspects I should have loved it, but no. It was okay at best.

The stand-out feature of this movie was Finn Wolfhard. He was simply amazing. This kid can act. He shined in the movie It, and sparkled with a menacing force in The Turning. I was thinking to myself that he didn’t even need to open his mouth to get across his point.  His face says it all. I really enjoyed watching him.

Another great aspect was the setting. I fell in love with the house and the grounds. I’m pretty sure that if I were faced with being a governess to these two children, I would totally deal with the horrors just to live in that house.

Other than those two awesome parts, it fell flat for me. I took my little granddaughter to see it with me — it was her 7th birthday —  and she said she was ready for this. I took her in with trepidation, but she was a total trooper and only jumped twice.

Grade: C-

About The Peetimes: These 2 Peetimes will both work equally well.

There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Turning. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (PG-13) for terror, violence, disturbing images, brief strong language and some suggestive content
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery

Movie Review – The Last Full Measure

Movie Review - The Last Full MeasureThe Last Full Measure was a difficult movie for me to watch. The more recent war movies, such as Saving Private Ryan or 1917, are exceptional representations of a bloody conflict, and I enjoyed both films, mainly from a historical point of view.

The Last Full Measure took me to a different place for very personal reasons. My brother, Danny, died in VietNam, and, as was described to me, happened near the same time and place as The Last Full Measure.

This said, I want to advise people with a personal connection to that conflict that it may affect you in a similar way. As I was leaving the theater, I saw a very old Asian lady who was obviously deeply touched by the movie.

All of the above notwithstanding, The Last Full Measure was well done. With a dynamic cast under the direction of Todd Robinson, this movie is a hit. Each actor dug deep and wrung out an excellent performance. The battle scenes were well played and brought an element realism that can make your blood run cold.

Obviously, The Last Full Measure isn’t for everyone. However, the target audience will be pleased and that’s what matters.

Grade: B+

About The Peetimes: The first half of the movie gave me 2 good Peetimes, and even though TLFM is 1:50 long, I could not find another Peetime to give you an added break. The last 45 minutes of the movie revealed many bits and pieces of new information that I felt was too important to the outcome of the movie to be used in a Peetime.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Last Full Measure. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (R) for war violence, and language
Genres: Drama, War

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Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Turning?

The Turning No, there are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Turning.

Anything Extra Details

The credits run for approximately 4 minutes.

Read the RunPee movie review for The Turning by Christene Johnson. Movie review grade: C-

Rated (PG-13) for terror, violence, disturbing images, brief strong language and some suggestive content
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery
USA release date: 2020-01-24
Movie length: 1 hour 34 minutes

We have 2 Peetimes for The Turning. Learn more.

About The Peetimes
These 2 Peetimes will both work equally well.

Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Last Full Measure?

The Last Full Measure Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Last Full Measure.

Anything Extra Details

Half a minute into the credits, we see interviews with the surviving servicemen who fought along side Bill.

This continues for 2 minutes and is well worth staying for.

Read the RunPee movie review for The Last Full Measure by Ginger Gardner. Movie review grade: B+

Rated (R) for war violence, and language
Genres: Drama, War
USA release date: 2020-01-24
Movie length: 1 hour 50 minutes

We have 2 Peetimes for The Last Full Measure. Learn more.

About The Peetimes
The first half of the movie gave me 2 good Peetimes, and even though TLFM is 1:50 long I could not find another Peetime to give you an added break.

The last 45 minutes of the movie revealed many bits and pieces of new information that I felt was too important to the outcome of the movie to be used in a Peetime.

Movie Review – Bad Boys for Life

 

Movie Review - Bad Boys for LifeBad Boys for Life was awesome. I had so much fun watching this movie that I forgot I was working.

With 17 years passing since the last Bad Boys, I wondered if they’d still have their great chemistry. They certainly do. Smith and Lawrence were both great. Again. Looking back and seeing these guys in these roles for 25 years now really makes me feel old, yet they look fabulous. Still.

It was enjoyable from the beginning to end. Movies that run over 2 hours usually lose me; I get bored way too quickly and fall asleep. Not Bad Boys for Life — I was really into the storyline, which has a lot of twists and turns I wasn’t expecting. There is a lot of humor, just like always, but there is also a tender side to this one that gave it another layer.

I’m not going to include any spoilers, but I really enjoyed how they wove it all together. Make sure to not leave the theater when the credits start. They stuck a little scene in there that will explain what I’m talking about. (20-ish seconds into the credits.)

It wasn’t just Smith and Lawrence that made it great. The supporting cast was just as good. The police force created a new unit (AMMO). Within that unit is some incredible talent which helped brighten the big screen even more. Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, and Charles Melton were fantastic. They’re all young ones, but they had chemistry with Smith and Lawrence as if they’d been with them for 25 years. The age jokes are hilarious!

I don’t think you can go wrong with this movie. I’d recommend it to anyone.

Grade: A

About The Peetimes: The 1st and 3rd Peetimes are your best bet. I only submitted the 2nd one for Emergencies.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Bad Boys for Life. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (R) for strong bloody violence, language throughout, sexual references and brief drug use
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime

Movie Review – DoLittle

Movie Review - DoLittleCharming, I think, is the best word to describe this movie. But, make no mistake, this is a movie made to appeal to young children. The plot is simplistic and the action cartoonish.

You should rethink seeing this movie if you’re only in it for more Iron Man, but with a British accent. In truth, DoLittle’s character more closely resembles Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow.

If you do have young children, especially ones who love animals — I’m assuming those two sets do not have a one-to-one correspondence, but I’m probably wrong — then this will be a nice treat for them.

The story circles around messages of nonviolence and forgiveness. However, if you haven’t taken your child to see Spies in Disguise yet, then I believe that movie has a more digestible message for children than does DoLittle.

My guess is by the time the kids get to the car all they’re going to remember are the funny talking animals.

Grade: C

About The Peetimes: None of the Peetimes have any of the funny antics and action that kids will really enjoy. I recommend the 2nd Peetime because it’s near the middle of the movie and it’s the longest.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of DoLittle. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (PG) for some action, rude humor and brief language
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Family

Is there anything extra during the end credits of DoLittle?

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Is there anything extra during the end credits of Bad Boys for Life?

Bad Boys for Life Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Bad Boys for Life.

Anything Extra Details

Less than a minute into the credits there is an additional scene that you’re not gonna want to miss. After the additional scene it is safe to leave.

The credits run for approximately 6 minutes.

Read the RunPee movie review for Bad Boys for Life by Christene Johnson. Movie review grade: A

Rated (R) for strong bloody violence, language throughout, sexual references and brief drug use
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime
USA release date: 2020-01-17
Movie length: 2 hours 3 minutes

We have 3 Peetimes for Bad Boys for Life. Learn more.

About The Peetimes
The 1st and 3rd Peetimes are your best bet. I only submitted the 2nd one for Emergencies.

Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Gentlemen?

The Gentlemen Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Gentlemen.

Anything Extra Details

The credits scroll for about one minute. After that, the full uncensored music video for the in-film song “Box in the Bush,” by The Toddlers, plays on one side of the screen, with the credits on the other side.

There is nothing after the video ends.

The credits run for approximately 5 minutes.

Read the RunPee movie review for The Gentlemen by Rob Williams. Movie review grade: A

Rated (R) for violence, language throughout, sexual references and drug content
Genres: Action, Crime
USA release date: 2020-01-17
Movie length: 1 hour 53 minutes

We have 4 Peetimes for The Gentlemen. Learn more.

About The Peetimes
Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with a Brit Gangster movie.

As is usual for his films, the action is snappy. It wasn’t easy, but I’ve managed to find a few times when I could get a few scenes long enough to summarize for Peetimes!