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Script Links 4-23-12


Hi all, and a new week with more links. We’re cutting down to 4 scripts a week (which should be a nice balance) as Roy especially is putting so much free time into his work.

I’ve tried to tell him to just do the whole review in 20 minutes like I do. LOL.

Wednesday 4/25

THE GEEZER BANDIT by Maurice Clayborne

A rich and prominent venture capitalist wants to do something bold and thrilling before he dies; the sixty-five year old settles on stealing a $100 million armored truck.

Thursday 4/26

The Playground by Brad Viar

A depressed daycare worker journeys to a magical playground populated by children, where he leads them against a powerful evil in order to return home to his hospitalized wife, but before he saves the children, he must first remember what it’s like to be one.

Friday 4/27

Blood Simple by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen

A rich but jealous man hires a private investigator to kill his cheating wife and her new man. But, when blood is involved, nothing is simple.

Saturday 4/28

Draculette by Ervin Anderson

What happens when a broken-hearted punk rock vamp falls for an ordinary girl and won’t take “no” for an answer?

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  1. Haven’t seen the remake, but I’ll have to check it out.

    I’m always amazed by how great the movie is considering the budget and the time period.

    I want to look at how much of the suspense and the tone is in the script versus how much was added afterwards by them– as directors.

  2. Glad you guys are slowing down the pace a bit. Think you will find it works just as well if not better. At least until Roy learns to get done in 20 mintues!


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