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Ready Player One – The Description Worked!

An excerpt from my script review for Ready Player One which will be available 04/02/18: 4.) Dialogue and Description Okay, here’s some good stuff. The description was practically bang on by sprinkling...

Write to Reals – The Baytown Disco: You’re Ignorance is Unbelievable

An excerpt from Reals' script review for The Baytown Disco which will be available 03/22/18: What Needs Work Before I start, I think 116 pages is too long for an action/comedy....

Game Night – Michael Bluth Takes Many Forms!

An excerpt from my script review for Game Night which will be available 03/27/18: 3.) Quality of Characters Recently my sister’s family talked with me about something they saw on cable...

Tomb Raider – Compelling Plot or just random Video Game Levels?

An excerpt from my script review for Tomb Raider which will be available 03/19/18: 2.) Plot Stability Aside from the fact that the World’s G8est Actor, Mr. Walton Goggins, should make...

Write to Reals – Harrow Alley: Greatest Unproduced Script of All Time?

An excerpt from Reals' script review for Harrow Alley which will be available 03/16/18: What Needs Work -- Wow. HUGE chunks of text. I realize this was written at a different...

Death of Stalin – Do Accomplishments Trump Solid Writing?

An excerpt from my script review for The Death of Stalin which will be available 03/12/18: 5.) Format We all have that friend on Facebook with the “perfect” life. Constant...

Write to Reals: Phantom Limb – The Necessity of Clear Tone

An excerpt from Reals' script review for Phantom Limb which will be available 03/08/18: What Needs Work 1. Starting with a VOICE OVER always makes me nervous. It can work, but...

Death Wish – From Hero to Anti

An excerpt from my script review for Death Wish which will be available 03/05/18: 3.) Quality of Characters Converting your hero into an antihero. We’re presented with Paul Kersey as a giver...