"It's as big a movie as we did for Runpee," said Dan Gardner, founder of the application for CNN, adding that the app had just over 100,000 registered users. hour film, Peter King's remake of King Kong in 2005, which gave Gardner the idea of the site. As he said, he had to go, but he did not want to go out of the theater to miss a key scene. For several years, the seed has flourished in a real website / application that provides guidance on when to leave without missing something that is fundamental to the story or story. Of course, this is a somewhat subjective measure that explains why the site is also attracting feedback from movie protectors. and seeks to mention them so as not to contain spoilers. The app also provides information if someone goes out about what they have missed, approaching the role that a friend will play (who has a bad habit of talking in movies). 3-4 minutes. Gardner cites Captain America: The Winter Soldier as an example of a movie with an excellent holiday scene, noting that good movies often have "really good singing times," while bad guys often do not. "In most of the action films, there is a good scene," Gardner said. "It's usually like the last time you sing in the movie."
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The War of Infinity was about 2 ½ hours. With a 181-minute blockbuster expected to break the cash records in Runpee terms, "Endgame" may just be the perfect storm.