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LC
Posted: July 7th, 2019, 8:17am Report to Moderator
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Warren's probably in bed. Oh well, he'll wake to a nice surprise.

Congrats to the usual suspects. Well done, guys.


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Well done Warren - and the others at the top, some great scripts on display.

Warren looks set for tournament victory now  


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Congrats to the 15 who got this far and to Warren on a top place finish...


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
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Woo hoo! I'm the foundation holding you guys up.

Congrats Warren, and congrats to to all who made it this far. This tournament has been BRUTAL.
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Congrats to the top three and kudos to all. Going to be a nail biter


My Scripts can all be seen here:

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Quoted from Zack

Congrats Warren, and congrats to to all who made it this far. This tournament has been BRUTAL.


My placing has improved each round... course that’s out of fewer competitors, but I’ll take it.

Kudos to everyone who survived Sean’s gauntlet of criteria. A lot of great writing in this tournament.


Feature-length scripts:
Who Wants to Be a Princess? (Family)
Glass House (Horror anthology)

TV pilots:
"Kord" (Fantasy)
"Mal Suerte" (Superhero)

Additional scripts are listed here.
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Congrats to the top three and kudos to all. Going to be a nail biter


I don't think so. I think Warren's got this one in the bag. He's finished 3,1,3,1 so far. That's insane.



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The Hand of God - Low budget, semi-contained thriller/Feature
Wait Till Next Year - Disney-style family sports comedy/Feature

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Quoted from PKCardinal


I don't think so. I think Warren's got this one in the bag. He's finished 3,1,3,1 so far. That's insane.



That is a crazy good record. To stay that consistent across 4 rounds is hella impressive

Your finishes of 6,4,1,2 is also impressive

It's Warren, Paul and Rene for the top 3 overall, but last round will decide in which order - well done guys, truly inspirational performances


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Congrats all for making it through four rounds. And congrats to Warren and Paul, both excellent scripts.

I'm not going to place high in the last round, and I flubbed round 1. 3rd place is up for grabs. Assuming I'm anywhere near 3rd place overall, which I doubt.


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Congrats to the top three but, damn, I thought Saints & Sinners would've made the top three. Just goes to show the focus on a line or two of bad dialog can send your short reeling.

Up until now, I had placed 13th, 7th, and 10th. I'm no rocket scientist but not sure how that put me 13th in the overall standings. I might have to revisit Jeff's conspiracy blog.

Just kidding! Geez, lighten up
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Quoted from LC
Warren's probably in bed. Oh well, he'll wake to a nice surprise.

Congrats to the usual suspects. Well done, guys.


Yes and yes, very nice surprise. I really thought Sanctuary or Black Mamba were going to take it. Congrats Paul and Rene, I think both scripts could have easily been in the top spot, and I imagine the scores would show just how close it was.

Regardless I'm obviously stoked to be on the top of the pile.

Thanks all. One round to finish off and we can all have a holiday.


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I do wonder what this scorecard may have looked like if Dave, Mark, and Dustin had entered.


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor


Zack - A Warriors Anguish
Anthony - Sanctuary
Rene - Black Mamba
Warren - Redemption

I haven't been able to guess yours correctly yet Warren, so here's hoping 4th time lucky lol



Got 1 wrong - but finally I managed to guess Warren's correctly


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Below is my guess of the standings at the end of round 4 - there's nothing scientific about it, literally just the average of the final positions in each round (Which assumes that the difference between top score and the bottom score remains consistent across all rounds) - I've only included those who have had an entry every round so far.

Given how my round 5 script is going, I expect Gary and Anthony to overtake me... probably John as well


Warren
Paul
Rene
Rick
Matthew
Gary
Anthony
John
Zack
Stevie
Alex
SPQR
Frank
Jayrex


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Congrats to those on top! Looks like it's gonna be Warren, which is not surprising at all.
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