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Update posted 3 days ago

Petition to Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Victor Company of Japan, Ltd., Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, 20th Century Fox., Warner Bros. Picures, Sony Pictures, Disney , Universal Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer , SONY, Tristar pictures, Dreamworks , Panasonic Corporation, The Walt Disney Company, Happy Madison Productions, Miramax , Focus Features LLC, Summit Entertainment, Walt Disney, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Touchstone Pictures, New Line Cinema Productions Inc., Spyglass Entertainment, Bob Iger, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Hasbro, Lucasfilm Ltd., Aardman Animations, Ltd., Gaumont Film Company, Castle Rock Entertainment, Blue Sky Studios, Inc., Fox Searchlight Pictures Inc., Imagine Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, Davis Entertainment, Bad Robot Productions, Alcon Entertainment, Dimension Films, VIZ Media LLC, Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. JVC, 日本ビクター株式会社, Shout! Factory, Roadshow Entertainment, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment /, MGM Home Entertainment, Lionsgate , Lionsgate Home Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment /, Funai Electric Co. Ltd. 船井電機株式会社, HMV Retail Ltd.

To Continue Releasing Movies & TV Shows On VHS Again

The only problem i can think about is that the VHS Tapes Media has been long forgotten and that movies since then have been released on the more current DVD's & Blu-Ray's & also 4K Ultra-HD's along with Digital HD's too, But the main problem in the Home Media Industry in my Opinion is that the VHS Media are no longer available in Stores & that they are not being sold along with the more Current DVD's & Blu-Ray's along with 4K Ultra-HD's & Digital HD's & i think they should be sold together with the Current 4 Movie Format Brands & if the VHS was included again we would have VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray & 4K Ultra-HD & also Digital HD as it should be but until i know that the companys who made the brand in the first place known as JVC would come to their senses and continue to produce video formats for movie studios & to continue releasing movies on VHS again & then & only then would my life be Fully Complete for accomplishing a petition of bringing back this Original Video Format back to the public to continue releasing movies on that Format again would be enough for me but until then i feel that Originalness in home media has not been Fully Completed but by 80% Complete due to DVD Blu-Ray & 4K Ultra-HD being currently, sold but as i said until then when VHS comes back, then & only then would movies being released would feel more Original like by 100% ;)   I would Definitely care so much for the VHS Format to come back again to the Home Media Market but since it is currently not. My Life for Collecting Movies in Home Media Format's feels Incomplete & my Accomplishment is to not only return the Video Format back to the Market but to also have Most of All Movies being Released on that particular Format & especially for having Disney Animated Feature Films to be Released on VHS again & also for having Pixar Animated Features to get caught up again with VHS Tape Release's And that would would make me Very Happy & hopefully for Everyone else who cares about them still very happy :) By that i mean that Movies made by the Walt Disney Animation Studios & Pixar Animation Studios to Release All their Films on VHS to make things feel Original when it comes to Buying Movies.

Johnathon B. Organization
111 supporters
Update posted 4 days ago

Petition to WarnerMedia

Keep FilmStruck Alive

FilmStruck is a streaming service dedicated to preserving film history and providing an outlet for film lovers all over the world to open their eyes and experience films they may never have experienced otherwise. With a master team of curators and presenters, they have gotten to showcase films that will likely never find a home on any other streaming platform, with incredible "Star of the Week" and "Director of the Week" selections, exploring the cinema of genres and movements around the world, and, most recently, they've curated invaluable series of films directed by women and LGBT filmmakers. They have given cinephiles an indispensable resource for appreciating cinema, and provided so much joy to all those who thought that many of these movies would never see the light of a streaming platform. And on November 29, 2018, just two years after they opened up shop, they are going to be shut down. FilmStruck was always advertised as a "niche market," but this goes beyond mere demographics and streaming numbers. This was not about creating the next Netflix or Hulu, this was about preserving the art of film from all walks of life through the years. As physical media slowly dies off, film lovers all over the world wonder what's going to happen to their favorite classic films, their favorite rare art-house wonders, and their favorite international movies. FilmStruck was a welcome breath of fresh air from the homogeneity of all other streaming services, and made us think for a brief while that perhaps these films would be able to have a home on streaming. The decision of large corporations to shut out large parts of their film library to the general public, whether through discontinuing DVDs, letting film prints rot in a basement somewhere, or removing them from streaming services, has massive ramifications for the future of preservation. Right now, there are archives all over the country racing to digitize hundreds of thousands of films before they break down and are inevitably lost forever. But if there is no place to share these films, what good will it do? Warner Bros. has one of the most storied histories in all of Hollywood. They single-handedly brought an entire industry to its knees with its unwavering faith in sound, they made tough, realistic pictures during the Depression, and gave us some of the most legendary screen idols from Bette Davis to Humphrey Bogart. If they don't preserve their own history and keep their legacy alive for future audiences, what hope is there for any of the great films of previous generations? FilmStruck is not just a niche market, it is a massive archive dedicated to keeping art of the past alive, much in the way a museum keeps artists from centuries ago alive. It deserves to live, not only to provide an outlet for film lovers of the past but also to create new fans through the next several generations, and perhaps open some more eyes along the way. #SaveFilmStruck

Kevin Bahr
56,616 supporters
Update posted 4 days ago

Petition to Warner Brothers, Viacom, Orange Sky Golden Harvest, Jeremy Nocon, Nickelodeon

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ('90) Special Edition

One the finest movies I've seen as a child was the first live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie released in March 1990. Fans enjoyed it and it amazed me to see their favorite superheroes come to life on the big screen then watched it several times on VHS, DVD and Blu-ray. Since I saw it on DVD, I kinda went curious on the features it has and no others were made for it, so I'm making this petition to ask the company to make a special collector's edition of TMNT (90) with features fans like to see: Deleted/alternate/extended scenes Audio commentary with director Steve Barron Script to Screen Comparison TV spots Partners in Kryme "T-U-R-T-L-E Power" Music Video Hi Tek 3 f/ Ya Kid K "Spin That Wheel" Music Video Interviews with the cast & crew Behind the scenes footage Turtle Costume Tests Production Stills Remembering Jim Henson Lean, Green and On The Screen: A TMNT Retrospective featurette Misc. I know some fans like this movie better than the Michael Bay produced flicks, but who cares what they think? They're nice and this TMNT live-action flick from '90 is one of the best in my books. We all want that movie magic back in this decade, but we'll have to see it to believe it. From all I've learned, it does have elements from both the comics and the cartoon and I think it's very swell for fans like me or you no matter what they say or think around this decade. We all want to know how they've bring the Turtles to life in the first place whether in a special collector's edition, director's cut or extended cut of the movie anyway you'd like. Please sign this petition to get New Line/Warner Bros. to make this happen and we can't be disappointed as shellheads. Sign and share now, dudes and dudettes! #TMNT90

Alex Dillard
423 supporters