Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope

Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope

A behind-the-scenes look at San Diego Comic-Con, the world's largest comic book convention, and the fans who attend every year.

A behind-the-scenes look at the fans who gather by the thousands each year in San Diego, California to attend Comic-Con, the world's largest comic book convention. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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r r (kr) wrote: Enjoyed the film. It is worth the time to see.

Matthew T (ca) wrote: 3 Weeks to Daytona is one of the most revolutionary movie I have ever watched. If you have not watched this movie, you cannot truly call yourself a race fan. Three Weeks To Daytona is about a frustrated limo driver who is going broke. He loves racing but he needs money to get his car working. Through an order of miraculous events Chuck makes enough money to make his way to the tryouts for the Daytona 500. This has by far been the favorite movie I have ever watched. The movie just sucks me in and i could not take my eyes off the screen and all the the intense action, drama, and racing until the movie was completely over. Over all i would give this amazing revolutionary movie 5 out of 5 stars because the movie directors truly deserve it with their phenomenal work on this amazing, life changing film. Props to all of the directors, coordinators, and actors for their job in this movie. If I could i would give this movie a small amount of a million thumbs ups. Thank you for this amazing experience. ~Love, Matthew Taylor

Eric S (ag) wrote: Not one of their best adaptations, but overall it is still decent.

Nic B (kr) wrote: A really funny and original horror-comedy that doesn't always work, but is mostly great. Great performances and confident direction make this an indie gem.

Philip L (it) wrote: Rubbish - buy only for the commentary from Campbell - now that's 5 star!

Betsy C (de) wrote: The acting was very, very good; of course Polley was her usual subtle, sad, pretty self. The rest were equally tragic. The palette of the film was as bleak as the subject, and understandably so; the only thing that had any color at all was gold, with everything else appearing pale or even out of focus. Fire and blood even looked washed-out. Thus, beautiful film to watch, but it loses points in my opinion for the execution of the ending. Bentley waxes philosophical at the wrong time, and Polley is altogether too disaffected, all things considered.

Jonathan G (nl) wrote: Entertaining action-suspense political thriller. The ending ride got a bit ridiculous, but otherwise worth putting near the top of your Tom Clancy adaptations list.

Private U (es) wrote: I didn't really understand this one because I wasn't paying much attention or I was too young to get the vision.

Rachael K (it) wrote: An absolute classic, Dom DeLuise's laughing fit after smoking a joint, should have had a nomination and Ramone's problems with the so-called guard dog are a laugh a minute. Why this hasn't been released on DVD yet is a crime!

Nate E (mx) wrote: Better than expected. Nasty bandits get their comeuppance via Burt Reynolds as a vengeful indian. Director Sergio Corbucci stages some clever fight gags. Ennio Morricone's music rules. You've heard it before. This is the original source.

Tom H (nl) wrote: An Italian viking movie? why not, as long as Bava is the director. it is like a spaghetti western, but with vikings replacing the cowboys. Entertaining adventure film.

Zoran S (ag) wrote: Highly enjoyable gothic-schlock from William Castle. Not his best film, but it's a lot of fun. Love the goofy ending.

Barbara W (it) wrote: This is Fred and Ginger's first movie together. I did really like the leads. Fred has his charisma to the way he dances, sings and acts. Thats why he's such an appealing lead.

Jun K (gb) wrote: wutta beautiful film! how can a film about an old n upperclass widow falling love with a young gardner this romantic? the story, acting, music, n etc r just perfect n shaken my heart. Last time I had this feeling was after watching Sunrise: song of two humans... I have to give mad props to both production design n cinematography! they created beautiful n meaningful visuals that accommodates the story n the characters. i could literally write pages just on the visuals on the cabin. Why do I give 4 1/2 stars tho? the ending didn't satisfy me enough, maybe I'm too modern. It follows a Hollywood's happy ending, but i would left it as tragedy, or even ambiguous... just my thought.

Steven P (br) wrote: This movie is ok. If it comes on Netflix awesomeness! Will I go and buy it no.