Friday, December 14, 2012

REWIND REVIEW: Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope

Comic-Con Episode IV:
A Fan's Hope


April 6, 2012

Morgan Spurlock

Wrekin Hill Entertainment

1 hour 28 minutes



People every year flock to San Diego to take part in the wonders of Comic-Con.  The panels in Hall H are legendary every year, always premiering footage for upcoming movies that you can't see anywhere else.  Documentary director Morgan Spurlock went to Comic Con back in 2011 to interview celebrities and cover the stories of 5 or 6 people's adventures in the legendary pop-culture event.  This documentary isn't perfect by any means, but it is an entertaining one nonetheless.  Sure the stories sometimes become a little too scattered around the place and things might be a little slow at parts, but 'Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope' is an entertaining look into the world of geek culture.  Plus the celebrity interviews are quite entertaining.  Not much can be said about this movie except for the fact that it is worth a watch if you have 90 minutes to kill.

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