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You’re sitting in a dark movie theater. The hero finally comes face to face with the villain for the epic showdown that you’ve been waiting an hour and 47 minutes for. And it hits you. (Because you downed that obscenely large soda that cost as much as an entire meal.) Then you have to awkwardly shuffle down the row, whisper excuse me, run to the bathroom and try to make it back as quickly as you can only to see the credits roll.
The website (and 99-cent app) aptly named RunPee is here to simplify your movie-going experience by telling you the best time to take that much-needed bathroom break.
Don’t worry about missing any major parts. RunPee gives you the cue to run, tells you exactly how many minutes and seconds you have, and fills you in on what happened while you were gone. Most movies have between one and four run-and-pee windows. When it’s go-time, your phone will vibrate at the start and finish of the break.
Movies include recent releases, although the newbies won’t be added until after opening night.
As a bonus, RunPee will give you a first-five-minutes recap if you’re running late. It will also let you know if there are extra scenes after the credits, so you know whether to wait it out.
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