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Don
Posted: August 3rd, 2020, 1:17am Report to Moderator
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Winning At Any Cost


Thrillseekers by Colin Cherry - Concierge's leather belt in a dance studio. - Short, Action

Landing On Water by This Better Be Good - Hawk Feather, Anthropologist, Truck Stop - Short, Sci Fi

Racing by Oveur A. Cheever - Cream Soda, Go-Kart Track, Pilot - Short, Sci Fi

Defeating the Martians by An Earthian - Balaclava, Mathematician, Laboratory - Short, Action, Adventure

The Quick Way Down by John Wain - Spork, Sky Diving Instructor, Drive-in - Short, Horror

The Cost of War by Some Hack - Bag of Coffee Grounds, Model, Coffee Shop - Short, HIstorical

Meal of Fortune by Longshanks - Frozen Dinner, Chef, Banquet Hall - Short, Comedy

A Blood Stain That Will Never Be Erased by Doctor Shrimp Puerto Rico - Colord Chalk, Housekeeper, Airplane - Short, Historical

Ripples by JV - Skipping Stone, Secretary, Children's Playground - Short, Sci Fi

Big Al's and Bub's by Destiny - Fashion Magazine, Gas Station and Union Delegate - Short, Horror

Broken by Somebody Else - Beer Bottle, Wedding Planner, Mountain - Short, Horror

Inverted Jenny by Morrie Romcom - Book of Stamps, Librarian, Movie Theater - Short, Comedy

Sell It Sally by Saul Goodman - Skateboard, Estate Agent, Parking Garage - Short, Comedy


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Do you like to eat pie after a good movie?

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Thanks, Don!
Speedy as usual.
Lucky thirteen entries.

And thanks, Blondie. Gonna miss it.


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stevie
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Awesome, Don    



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13 scripts:

3 Horror
3 Sci-fi
3 Comedy
2 Historical
2 Action/Adventure (one of which marked just as Action)

I did it at the beginning and end to see the favorite genres. If we did leave the least favorite to the end.
Western and Crime were in the lead as I recall.
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FrankM
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Quoted from khamanna
13 scripts:

3 Horror
3 Sci-fi
3 Comedy
2 Historical
2 Action/Adventure (one of which marked just as Action)

I did it at the beginning and end to see the favorite genres. If we did leave the least favorite to the end.
Western and Crime were in the lead as I recall.


Mystery and adventure basically depend on twistiness thatís nigh impossible to fit into five pages. I would have thought that crime would have to be simple at five pages, but Iíve been proven wrong on that one by the scripts here.

That anything remotely coherent came out of these variables in 72 hours (and in many cases a lot less) is amazing. Well done Sean and Seanís victims!


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

TV pilot:
"Kord" (Fantasy)

Additional scripts are listed here.
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stevie
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The Mystery genre deserves to be kicked up the arse, clipped over the ears, wrapped up in a box and sent under duress to Kansas so Baltis can ensure it sucks goat nips for eternity



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I think this WT has proven beyond reasonable doubt that the best genre for 5 pages is the aptly named, nonexistent genre.


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Quoted from stevie
The Mystery genre deserves to be kicked up the arse, clipped over the ears, wrapped up in a box and sent under duress to Kansas so Baltis can ensure it sucks goat nips for eternity

Ditto to that.  





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I can't believe this WT is all but over! This was the best time I've had burning up five weeks of humdrum. Now we just have to wait for the fat lady to sing!
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I guess this is one of those fantasy rooms. Don't understand the resort and dance studio switch. Characters were good and action was well described. Locations confused me though.
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