The Buzz: And finally, we have a film that's been in the making for so long that a large number of its cast members have long since died, including John Huston, Dennis Hopper and also writer-director Orson Welles.
The Other Side of the Wind is a Hollywood satire that was shot intermittently between 1970 and 1976, but due to financial and legal issues, the original footage was locked away and Welles was never able to finish editing it.
Well, after the legal red tape was finally torn away and a successful crowdfunding campaign was completed in 2015, post-production resumed on the film earlier this year, with Netflix due to release it alongside a companion documentary sometime next year.
Though it would be unprecedented for a movie that's been over four decades in the making to score rave reviews, especially with its rough on-off production schedule, remember that Welles was no ordinary director, and if the film is edited even remotely according to his will, there could very well be another Welles masterpiece lying in wait.
Welles' reputation of course speaks for itself, so don't be shocked if a movie that began shooting almost 50 years ago is one of 2018's best-reviewed films. What an insane trip that would be.
Which 2018 movies could you see scoring the rare 100% on Rotten Tomatoes? Shout them out in the comments!
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