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Den of Thieves – Importance of Making it Quick

An excerpt from my script review for Den of Thieves which will be available 01/29/18: 5.) Format One of the best compliments you can receive as a writer, aside from having...

The Commuter – Do you have enough characters?

An excerpt from my script review for The Commuter which will be available 01/22/18: 3.) Quality of Characters Holy commuters, Batman! But given that this is an updated version of Orient Express,...

Downsizing – Importance of Defining Your A and B Stories

An excerpt from my script review for Downsizing which will be available 01/15/18: 2.) Plot Stability Don’t complicate your story. Before starting a script, you should have a good idea of what...

Molly’s Game – Coming to the end of the Biopic Trend?

An excerpt from my script review for Molly's Game which will be available 01/08/17: 1.) Marketability of the Idea Bottom of the barrel. I could be completely off on this prediction, but...

Bright – Stuff to emulate. Stuff to avoid.

An excerpt from my script review for Bright which will be available 01/01/18: 4.) Dialogue and Description In typical Landis fashion, the description was entertaining. However, there are parts to emulate, and...

Logan – Fitting Ending?

An excerpt from my script review for Logan which will be available 12/18/17: 4.) Dialogue and Description Both portions were really well done. This film set a really high bar with the...

The Disaster Artist – Based on a True Love Triangle?

An excerpt from my script review for The Disaster Artist which will be available 12/11/17: 3.) Quality of Characters Greg is both Lisa and Mark. Think about that for a second… Amber could...

Murder on the Orient Express – The Virtue of Timeless Mystery

An excerpt from my script review for Murder on the Orient Express which will be available 12/04/17: 2.) Plot Stability Can a novel written in 1934 still be relevant and excite...