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Is there anything extra during the end credits of National Champions?

There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of National Champions. The credits run for approximately 5 minutes. [/wbcr_text_snippet] Read the RunPee movie review for National Champions by Christene Johnson. Movie review grade: B+ We have 2 Peetimes for National Champions. Learn more. About The Peetimes You’ve got 2 solid choices to make you through this fairly long movie. Rated: […]


Movie Review – National Champions

National Champions did a great job of breaking down the behind-the-scenes of college sports. It’s definitely an eye-opener to things I personally had never thought of. The athletes that get out there and give us our Saturday game day really do it at a cost to themselves. This movie points out the entire breakdown on […]


Movie Review – Poms (2019)

Poms is a cute little flick if you want something light and fluffy to while away an evening where there’s nothing more interesting on your daily watch docket. I caught this on an airplane seatback recently, and it did the job of keeping me mildly entertained while I sipped my tiny bottle of red. What […]


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The only knock on this movie is that we know how it ends. If this were fiction, there would be drama. But there’s also the enjoyment of knowing that this is a true story. This family does overcome the obstacles in their path. That’s far better than any dramatic fiction they could have provided. The […]

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 […]

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Absolutely: a fantastic movie. I am so happy to unreservedly award an A+ to Peanut Butter Falcon. I smiled the whole time. THIS is how to make a funny, heartwarming film that never overtly panders to maudlin sentimentality. The laughs are earned, and aren’t always PG. I haven’t enjoyed a dramatic film the way I […]

A Novice Watches Rocky (1976)

I’d never seen the original 1976 Rocky in the past, because it seemed to be a “boxing” movie, and watching people hit each other into a bloody mess has never been my bag. Somewhere along the line I watched Rocky III, which was a decent enough film. It was sad and then triumphant. But I […]

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