Petition to Google, Inc
Make Google digital content [music, movies, books, etc.] available in Georgia
This will widen opportunities for people living in Georgia and allow them enjoying Google digital content (Movies, Music, Books, Newsstand and YouTube Red). It should be mentioned that this content (with the exception of Youtube Red) is available in many countries of the wider region. For example: Google MoviesArmenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan Google Music (including subscriptions)Belarus, Russia, Ukraine Google BooksBelarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan Google NewsstandPaid content - Russia, Ukraine Source: https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/2843119?hl=en
Petition to Netflix, Mark Waters, Daniel Waters, Richelle Mead, Preger Entertainment, Summit Entertainment, Angry Films, Weinstein Company
Get the Vampire Academy Series Back Into Production!
I got into a slump where reading wasn't one of my priorities. With school taking the majority of my attention, and family and friends taking the rest, it seemed I had no time to do one of the things that brought me great joy in the past. When school let out for the Summer, however, I realized I had a seemingly limitless amount of free time and I could practically do anything I wanted. Obviously, I used the beginning of the Summer to binge-watch Netflix. As I was scrolling through the action/adventure movie category, however, I saw a familiar title, "Vampire Academy". I saw the movie when it came out in 2014, and I knew it was also a book, but I never had time to read it. I watched the movie again, and for some reason, I had a strong inclination to read the novel. I sought it out; It was so interesting that I couldn't put it down. I was hooked, and all the characters began to feel like old friends. As I neared the end of Frostbite, the second book in the series, I began to wonder when the sequel to Vampire Academy would begin production. After dead end after dead end, I came across an article from Movie Pilot, which alerted me of the failed Indiegogo fundraiser to meet the money requirement Preger Entertainment requested. My heart sank at the idea of never seeing Rose and Dimitri's love progress on the big screen, as well as never seeing Queen Lissa eventually take control of the Dhampir and Moroi world. After I shared the movie and the books with my friends, and I broke to them the news of the canceled sequel to Vampire Academy, I saw in their eyes that they were just as broken hearted as I was. We wanted to see Richelle Mead's meritorious work be turned into a film series, and we set out to find a way to help make it possible. A few ideas were tossed around, and we decided the best choice of action was to create a petition to show production companies how popular and deserving the Vampire Academy series is of being turned into movies. Although we do not have a solution to the problem, we have talked about Preger Entertainment giving the production rights of the film series to another company (such as Summit Entertainment) that is willing to produce all the movies. We also thought about having Netflix take hold of the movie series. More importantly, however, we ask that all the willing actors and production team members are kept; Danila Kozlovsky, Zoey Deutch, Dominic Sherwood, Lucy Fry, Cameron Monaghan, and all the other talented actors are what made Vampire Academy so wonderful. I, along with many fans of the novels, truly just want the series to be turned into movies. I love the books with all my heart, and I can honestly say the Vampire Academy Novels make one of the best YA series around. The Vampire Academy Series deserves to be produced and turned into a film series.
Petition to Dolphin Films, Open Road Films, Stewart Hendler
Make Max Steel 2 Happen!
2016's Max Steel may be flawed, but it showed potential and a sequel may give a breath of life into a film that was never given a chance. After seeing the film on October 14, I was shocked knowing that the film had 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. While not being good, it was not the worst thing ever. It was a very middling film that I enjoyed well enough. I saw a lot of potential in the film that I don't think a lot of people were allowing themselves to see. I think many people were biased by the fact that it was a toy movie. Yes. Toy movies on average suck. But I give it to this one for at least trying to have an actual story. I think the 2nd film would have to go for a more action based approach. It would also need to serve as a soft reboot so that we can move past some of the more baffling choices the film makes. A more fun and lighter tone that more closely resembles the show might also help the film. So if you would be interested in seeing this film made, sign the petition. Let's give Max Steel a chance.
Petition to Warner Brothers, Orion Pictures, Milos Forman, Warner Home Video, Michael Hausman, Bertil Ohlsson, The Criterion Collection
Have the Theatrical Cut of Amadeus (1984) released on bluray
The Theatrical Cut of Amadeus has, basically, been extinct since the inferior Director's Cut was released. Still to this day, there hasn't been a bluray release of the Theatrical Cut, the version fans and critics have loved since 1984. The new generation has been down-grading this masterpiece because of the added scenes and fans cannot enjoy it in all its glory like they did back in the day. These factors have affected the film's legacy and now it has become a forgotten masterpiece. Warner Bros, as well with the director Milos Forman and Orion Pictures, can act to make a difference and release the Theatrical Cut in a new restoration, that will be glorious to watch. Also, with the addition of Dolby Atmos and 4K, this could bring much more life into the picture and offer a greater experience. The PG rating will also attract young audiences into this film and learn the true beauty of cinema, as opposed to the longer, rated R version of the film that mostly patient adults will find enjoyment in. The Original Theatrical Cut has always been my favorite film, since I first saw it on DVD when I was 11 years old. I have had other people borrow my copy and they too love this movie as much as I do. I watched it with my whole family and we all gazed up at our TV screen in wonder. Unfortunately the Theatrical Cut is very rare to come across these days, being overshadowed by the inferior Director's Cut that has already been transfered to bluray. I don't want to have the original cut become extinct and WE, the fans of the academy award winning masterpiece, can prevent that from happening by insisting on a new restoration of the Theatrical Cut we love and contacting the studio and director. Please sign this petition as this is very personal to me and many others. Just one signature from you can hugely helps us bring this cut back to life. Your signature COUNTS.
Petition to National Association of Theatre Owners, Motion Picture Association of America, AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, Regal Cinemas, Classification and Ratings Administration
Saving Parents from Wasting Money on Rated R Films for Kids; but Buy their Tickets Instead
As a couple of teenagers under the age of 17 want to head into a rated R movie, they are stopped with being asked if they can “show their ID,” which is a reasonable thing to ask for when it comes to movies with mature features. However, movie theatres have made life a little bit more complicated for parents who simply want to buy tickets for their children to see a rated R movie. In most movie theatres across the United States of America, parents are unable to simply buy the tickets for their children, but are rather forced to actually attend the film with their children, which brings up a whole world of concern. Adults in the workforce would rather do work and/or rest for their busy days rather than be forced to see a movie with their children and waste hard-earned money that could be spent on living expenses just to sleep in the theatre or waste hours of their time for content they are simply not interested in. Movie tickets are becoming rather expensive nowadays, and many parents have become fed up with the hassle of being forced to see a film they have no interest in going to only in order to let their children see it, even with the complete understanding of the mature aspects of the film. Though one may argue that anyone ages 21 and up can attend the film and parents do not have to, there are numerous teenagers who do not have older siblings or anyone older that they know in their lives who are willing to come support the movie with them. This petition calls out an alternative to the situation. This petition simply would call out that it would be much better if a parent could have the choice of either attending the film with their children or not. If they do not wish to attend the film, they must sign that they understand the specific thematic elements listed (examples: graphic violence, sex, use of drugs, etc.) either online or in person at the box office to prove that their children are seeing the movie with parental permission. They can even be offered to watch the trailer just as a reminder of the overall context of the film. This nation lives in a time of understanding and significant progress. Let the movie theatre, a fun place to enjoy time with family, be the next place to do just that. By allowing parents to choose what’s best for their kids without making them waste money, Americans are only another step closer to freedom.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Lemonade Mouth Sequel
Lemonade Mouth is by far the best Disney Channel Original Movie. The music is amazing, and it teaches amazing lessons to younger generations. We deserve a sequel. It’s been 8 years since its release, it’s time.
Petition to Disney Studios
Make National Treasure 3
The National Treasure series of films are action-packed adventures, filled with surprising twists, humor, and plenty of American history. In today's crowded marketplace of superhero and Science-fiction films, a series like National Treasure is, and was, a breath of fresh air. With multiple sources stating that Disney has a script in-hand, the House of Mouse still remains on the fence about returning to the National Treasure franchise (despite the sequels hefty increase in box office return after the first film). Join us in our crusade to convince Disney studios to finally green-light National Treasure 3!