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Grandma Bear
Posted: August 25th, 2017, 11:42pm Report to Moderator
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Finished all. My winner is Cyborn! The writer thought outside the box and did it an a great admirable way. I agree with Dena, GREAT idea for a feature! I wouldn't worry about stealing though. A three page short is not much more than a logline which are no more than an idea and ideas are a dime a dozen.

I'm going to vote now. Cyborn...you got my vote!  


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Warren
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Quoted from Grandma Bear
Cyborn...you got my vote!  


Agreed, definitely the best of the batch.


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Dustin
Posted: August 26th, 2017, 5:26am Report to Moderator
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I marked 3 or 4 scripts as excellent, Cyborn was one of them.


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Sandra Elstree.
Posted: August 27th, 2017, 12:38am Report to Moderator
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I guess I'm a tough judge.

I did not mark any of the scripts in this challenge as Excellent.

However, Cyborn (even though it's not my kind of thing) got one of the highest ratings.

The one that sticks with me as memorable and just a personal favourite of mine is:

Da-de-da-da-de-DAH!!!! :::::

ICE CREAM SODA!

Your images were strong. You did something really right for me in terms of story.

I think you made magic.  

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Pale Yellow
Posted: August 27th, 2017, 5:26pm Report to Moderator
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Cyborn gets my vote! I marked three as excellent. But this one blew all others out of the water IMO.
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MarkItZero
Posted: August 27th, 2017, 9:11pm Report to Moderator
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Lets get those votes in, folks!


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Dreamscale
Posted: August 28th, 2017, 10:55am Report to Moderator
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Since I didn't enter, I didn't get to vote, but I will let y'all know my thoughts...

On a Zero to Five star scale, I handed out 1 ****, 1 *** 1/2, and 4 ***.

The **** went to A More Perfect Union, which was the best script here


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My top marks (two Very Goods) went to Cyborn and G.O.A.T. I thought the latter was the best script of the bunch, but I'm also a sucker for sci-fi...


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I'm right there with you, Jeff. I can't wait to hear from the 'A More Perfect Union' writer for insight to their vision. I don't know why, but it tied with Cyborn for the best, for totally different reasons.

Great work, writers!
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PrussianMosby
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Clearly Cyborn this time.

Great challenge imo.



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khamanna
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Mine are Ice-Cream Soda, Dance Away, Lover, Sunset View and Eenie Meenie. But I downgraded all four to very good for all sorts of reasons.
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MarkRenshaw
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On A Pair Of Dice was my favorite by far, the only excellent score from me, although there were a few awarded a Very Good.


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PrussianMosby
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There's few traffic at the moment. Whatever, my second favorite was Skip, don't know, was a touching script.

Btw I also think Mark wrote Cyborn





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Pale Yellow
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I wanna know who wrote Cyborn.
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MarkItZero
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RE-POSTING HERE SO NO ONE MISSES IT

I'm gonna do a front page blog post with some mini-reviews of top scripts. I see Mark already has one up but I'll still do one for him.

So, if your script was "Writer's Choice" or "Writer's Also liked" shoot me a PM if you want yours included. And let me know if you have a website link you want included, or any other information you want people to see.


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