Petition to Ross Kohn
Escaping Dad Sequel
Dear Ross Kohn, We recommend that you make a sequel to Escaping Dad (2017), with the original cast returning. In this story, have the main villain be someone else's father. As well, have Darren (the villain from the original film) return alive, having revealed that despite being shot in the head, somehow survived the nearly-fatal wound. Have Darren reform at the end, finally promising himself to be a much better husband and father and slowly re-earning his family's trust. We appreciate you taking this into consideration. Sincerely, Escaping Dad Fans
Petition to Neill Blomkamp
Make the Alien Film that Neill Blomkamp created concept art for.
Us Alien fans have been waiting for a true sequel to the franchise for YEARS. After the failures that were Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, and the awful AVP series, we want a really good addition to the series. The thing that personally appealed to me the most about this series of photos from Neill Blomkamp's instagram profile, http://instagram.com/neillblomkamp/, was that there was one photo with an older Ripley and-- HICKS! He had a burnt face, showing that the concept art followed what happened during Aliens, the fact that Hicks had a face burnt by acid. Although, we never saw the acid burns on his face because he was covered in bandages. In Alien 3, Hicks was unrightfully killed, so his burnt face was never shown. Due to the fact that he's in that concept art, I figured that Neill Blomkamp intended to ignore the sequels to Aliens. This made me fill with joy, and i'm sure that others appreciated that as well. Neill Blomkamp stated, "Was working on this. Don't think I am anymore. Love it though." I really love you're ideas Mr. Neill Blomkamp, and I really want to see them on the silver screen. Even Sigourney Weaver herself said that the story needs to be finished. So please, keep other directors who will probably make another bad sequel that will ruin the series's name again, and make something unique.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Bob Iger, John Lasseter, Ed Catmull
I want to see more sequels to the animated classics coming out soon.
For those who don't know, I enjoyed watching the sequels just as much as watching the animated classics themselves. I, as a Disney fan myself, would love to see more sequels to the animated classics themselves. I would love Disney to bring back the ideas of doing a Peter Pan III, a The Aristocats II, a Pinocchio II, a Chicken Little 2, a Meet the Robinsons II, a Fantasia III, a Mulan III (hopefully with the return of Eddie Murphy this time), a The Jungle Book 3, a Treasure Planet II, a Hercules II, and a Dumbo II. I would especially love Disney to make more films in the Disney Princess Enchanted Tales series. For this petition, not only is this to encourage DisneyToon Studios to make more sequels, but this is also to encourage Disney to reuse the sequel characters for TV shows (such as Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First etc.), video games (such as Kingdom Hearts, Epic Mickey, and Disney Infinity etc.), theme parks, and merchandise (such as toys, books, comics, dolls, stuffed animals, etc.). And here is why I think the Disney sequels are enjoyable. Whenever Disney does get to do a sequel to an animated classic, they always give more personality to the characters. Not to say that the original animated classics are bad, it's just that. sometimes. the originals may not have that much to offer. The animation in the sequels are faithful to the original. And they don't rely on pop culture references. If you guys don't believe me, here's this article that proves that everything that I wrote above is true: http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2007/07/why_bambi_ii_is_better_than_bambi.single.html
Petition to ALL MEN
Vow to never see "The Expendables 2" on any medium.
"The Expendables" was a theatrical event of cataclysmic proportions. It surpassed everything that MEN thought could be in a movie. It united all males, from all species of living things, across all continents, in a bond of blood brotherhood. It was simply transcendent. It went against every trend that the movie industry was forcing on consumers. You wouldn't find a teary-eyed, perpetually open mouthed Bella Swan crying about her terrible life. You wouldn't see a cast of high-school aged kids acting out semi-comedic aggression. You wouldn't see any catering done to any masses. You wouldn't find anyone caring at all about the critical reception. You want explosions? Have them in a buffet style. You want the gigantic Rocky 4 villain to fight a tiny martial artist? No problem. Have it twice. You want a love story? Mickey Rourke's monologue is as close as you're going to get. There's a woman character in it? Well, yes, but she's going to get waterboarded while Eric Roberts sips coffee. Finally, you MOST CERTAINLY would not see any "hard language" dialogue removed or any scenes being "edited down" in any fashion, for any reason. The original Expendables film did not pull any punches. It did not show any mercy to the weak. It was a movie going experience that stood alone in the battle of Man vs. Theater - and, it won. Chuck Norris has now destroyed everything that the original Expendables movie stood for. What once was a universal symbol for MEN to unite around, has now been cast into ruins. Chuck Norris sums it up himself: "[The] Expendables is now a PG-13 film so kids can see it." Kids. KIDS!? [sigh] The movie has been filmed. There is no hope for retribution. There's no way it's going to change from PG-13 to R. There's no way that it's even been filmed as such. What once was a perfect thing has now fallen victim to the exact principles that it once stood against. The Expendables 2 will now fit every mold that a modern movie should fit by industry standards. Instead of being a strong followup to an amazing achievement in movie making, it will be the cliché re-release. A potent whiskey and moonshine mixer turned watered down virgin daiquiri that a teenage girl can drink. An un-rated "special edition" DVD/Blu-ray release with some re-recorded dialogue and CGI effects added will certainly follow -- "See the film you wanted to see originally!" they'll tell us. Well, we're not going to fall victim to this. You're not going to give us the movie we want? We're not going to go see it. Ever. Shame on you, Chuck Norris. Violence, explosions, blood, and "hard language"... None of these things are for kids. Your logic is undeniably faulted on many levels, and your target audience for this film (Men, by the way, not "kids") will make it known to you.