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Movie Review – Jurassic World Dominion

Jurassic World Dominion takes the DNA from all the previous Jurassic films to create a movie that doesn’t fly, doesn’t roar, doesn’t run, jump, or swim. It does manage to lumber from scene to scene, dragging out the action sequences far too long. This is a script that needed another year of editing, at least. […]


Movie review—Top Gun: Maverick

Note: Steve (Unitog) is our resident Peep in training. Much like Top Gun, we put our trainees through a rigorous training regime before setting them loose. This is Steve’s first review for RunPee. We’d be delighted if you left him feedback in the comments below.  Top Gun 1986 was a classic movie for me. Therefore, […]


I Feel The Need…The Need For Top Gun: Maverick

Cast your mind back to 11th July 2019. You might have been thinking fondly of getting tickets for the following day’s premiere of the longest awaited sequel. After all, Top Gun came out way back in 1986 so that made a thirty three year gap. It was set to be sandwiched between Spider-Man:Far From Home […]

Movie Review – Top Gun: Maverick

We have a self-imposed rule: each Peep gets to use an A++ grade once per year. There’s no question about it: I’m dropping my A++ bomb on this movie. I saw this with a friend and we were both blown away by how outstanding every aspect of this movie is. The acting, the story, the […]

Movie Review – Top Gun 1986

Just as the same man cannot step into the same river twice, neither can the same movie critic review the same movie twice. The movie may not change, but the reviewer is never the same from one viewing to the next. Especially when there are about 30 years between viewings. I know from firsthand experience […]

Movie review-Love and Monsters

Love and Monsters is a delightful movie (Streaming on Amazon Prime Video) that is similar to Zombieland in many respects. The acting in Love and Monsters is refreshingly good, specifically by Dylan O’Brien (Maze Runner) who plays the main character Joel. The synergy between Michael Matthews (writer/director) and Dylan’s acting skills helped create a really well […]


M. Night Shyamalan’s movie not so “Old”

The origin of taphophobia, or the fear of premature burial, began in Eastern Europe in the 17th or 18th century. Since doctors had no reliable touchstone for death, people in comas would often wake to find themselves in pine boxes buried six feet underground. They would howl in fear and pain, frightening those who might […]

Movie Review – Uncharted

Cute, cute, cute. Stir together several heapings of The Goonies, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Raiders of the Lost Ark, fold in Tom Holland’s Spidey-like chattiness, and Uncharted is a tasty treat hitting the theaters right now. Indiana Jones is personally name-dropped, because, how could it NOT be, when the leads are crawling around ancient […]


Movie Review – Dog

The movie Dog explores how war veterans, including dogs, struggle to cope with life after serving. Dog isn’t the feel-good comedy that the trailers make it out to be; at the same time, it’s not dark and depressing throughout. I would hazard to call Dog a gritty-real movie, but take that with a grain of salt because I’ve not served in […]


Movie Review – Death on the Nile

Really disappointing, especially as I liked Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express (2017) so very much. As in Orient, Death on the Nile is fabulously scenic and lush, with a great cast that seems to be trying to make a better movie out of this. Maybe at two hours and seven minutes, the movie is just too long […]

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