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Thoughts on Monster Universe Rewatch before Godzilla vs Kong
I did a rewatch of Godzilla 2014, Kong: Skull Island, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters in preparation for the release of Godzilla vs King Kong this week (March 31st) in theaters and on HBO Max. Godzilla 2014 When Godzilla came out in 2014 I gave it a C. It was enjoyable, but lacking. Upon […]
Godzilla King of the Monsters – all the news clippings from the end credits scene
During the first 2 minutes or so of the end credits during Godzilla: King of the Monsters we see news clippings of what happens in the year or two after the movie ends. To begin, the clippings tell the story of how man and monsters co-exist. Toward the end of the news clippings we see information […]
Godzilla vs Kong — Get ready for the Monsterverse finale with these modern-era Kaiju and Kong reviews
Godzilla vs Kong opens next week and at RunPee we’re very excited. Kong, the King himself, has a very special place in our hearts, since when RunPee Dan and I saw Peter Jackson’s King Kong in 2005 we came up with the entire idea for RunPee (go during the Valley of the Bugs scene — […]
Virgin Movie Review – Godzilla (2014) – Not as bad as the last one
Did this movie do Godzilla right? Yes, better than the previous Godzilla. How’s that for a ringing endorsement? (It isn’t.) The 2014 Godzilla HAD to be an improvment over the 1998s Matthew Broderick mess, just to even things out. But I’ll save that for its own review. In case you find the concept of reboots […]
Is Godzilla: King of the Monsters a Sequel to Kong: Skull Island?
The trailers for the new Godzilla movie have been amazing, but the marketing campaign isn’t the clearest. What’s there to know besides the fact that awesome-looking monsters are going to destroy things for our entertainment? For the true movie lover? Plenty. Here are the connections they aren’t advertising. There’s a Monster Universe. Legendary Pictures […]
How RunPee Began – A Retrospective on Peter Jackson’s 2005 King Kong
With a new King Kong movie just out, we thought this would be a good time to kickstart this blog with a look back on how it all began at RunPee – with a King Kong movie in 2005. Kind of full circle. Here’s our review of Peter Jackson’s King Kong.
RunPee iPhone Upgrade Vibrates to Cue Movie Viewers about PeeTimes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Major Upgrade to Popular Movie Companion iPhone App Provides Relief without Rudeness Subject of press release: Major upgrade to the iPhone application for the bladder-relieving movie website RunPee.com, adding discrete vibration and local data storage. Concept and website Contact: Dan Florio Company: RunPee.com Address: Los Angeles, California Phone: 330-353-9338 Email: [email protected] Mobile […]
Are Modern Movies Too Long?
Bladder Bursting Blockbusters – are modern movies too long? As Alfred Hitchcock said, “The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder.” Beautifully said and appropriate for most films. The above-linked Yahoo News Story lists wonderful films clocking in at 90 minutes – Star Wars, Raiders of the […]