Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A fun look at many fan campaigns that fought to keep their favourite TV shows on the air.
An energetic and interesting look at the culture of fandom from the grassroots efforts to save shows like Star Trek in the late 60s to modern activism taking place on Twitter and crowdfunding platforms that gave a second life to shows like Veronica Mars.
If you ever had an intense love for a TV series, a video game, or even a YouTube channel, you'll see part of yourself represented in this film.
A fun, if bittersweet, look at the perks and perils of fan activism.
United We Fan is a brisk, enjoyable look at the way TV fan culture has evolved since the days when Star Trek first flirted with cancellation.
What United We Fan does very well is that the documentary offers a blueprint for the many television fans wanting to save their favorite series.
For anyone who has ever written to a network on behalf of a low-rated program, "United We Fan" will strike a chord.
It's a fun film to watch, but also one that makes us question how far we're all willing to go to save our favourite series from extinction, and where the future of such fan campaigns might be going from here.
Peppy and fast-paced, it's great fun, and a joy to watch.
A cheery collage of anecdotes about how popular culture brings people together and inspires them to fight for the things they love.
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