Giant drink bottles and intricate plots are a dangerous mix. Get relief, and the most out of your movie-going money, with RunPee.com, a site that's like a friend who's seen every flick out there and knows when the bathroom break moments are.
It's a simple idea that's executed well on the web. The left-hand side has links to the current box office leaders and new releases, and clicking on one gives you the various timing points and narrative cues to head to the restrooms if your last stop before the cinema was a bar, coffee shop, or the concession stand. Choose a break point, and the top box explains what will happen right before you've got three minutes to make a run for it.
Want an example? If you're checking out "Star Trek" this weekend, right when Capt. Pike says, "Chekov, you have the con," you've got about three minutes of exposition ahead that you can probably pick up on later. If you don't mind spoilers, or you're attending your second showing, click the unscrambling button below the first cue to find out exactly what will be happening while you're away.
Find us a site that helps you get back to your exact seat during dark and quiet moments, and we'll suggest the ultimate movie site merger. In the meantime, RunPee.com is the second friend you can consult before picking a flick.