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NightSlash
Posted: September 19th, 2009, 5:44pm Report to Moderator
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Does anyone have this script? I've read some mini reviews for the script as well as reviews of a screening and I'd like to read the script. My email is NightSlash53@yahoo.com.

Thanks in advance!
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Aaron
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I have it. Send me your email.


Isle 10- A series I'm currently writing with my friend Adam and it will go into production soon. Think The Office meets 10 Items or Less.

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NightSlash
Posted: September 21st, 2009, 9:11am Report to Moderator
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I posted it in the first post. It's NightSlash53@yahoo.com; and thanks!
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Quoted from NightSlash
I posted it in the first post.


Ha I must have missed that. The script is sent.



Isle 10- A series I'm currently writing with my friend Adam and it will go into production soon. Think The Office meets 10 Items or Less.

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NightSlash
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Thanks! Delayed, I know, but better late than never
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You're welcome.


Isle 10- A series I'm currently writing with my friend Adam and it will go into production soon. Think The Office meets 10 Items or Less.

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eboogz
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is it possible i could get this too?
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Down in the hole / Jesus tries to crack a smile / Beneath another shovel load
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Zack
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I started reading the draft you found Rob and I'm very disappointed. It's written like a damn novel.

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eboogz
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thank you!

may i ask this?
i go on IMDB and see people writing about reading scripts for movies that arent out yet or that are hard to find, etc. Where do they get them from?
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Wow, disappointed is putting it mildly.  What an amazingly poorly written script!  I only got through 4 pages and had to stop.  So many problems, issues, etc.  Really shocking how amateurish this pile is.  I'd have a field day with ti, if I were tor eview and edit it.

WOW, What the FUCK?????


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Quoted from Dreamscale
Wow, disappointed is putting it mildly.  What an amazingly poorly written script!  I only got through 4 pages and had to stop.  So many problems, issues, etc.  Really shocking how amateurish this pile is.  I'd have a field day with ti, if I were tor eview and edit it.

WOW, What the FUCK?????


You're not kidding, Jeff. That is a terribly formatted script. How they made a good movie (or at least what early reviews are saying) out of it is beyond me.


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It will be interesting to see if the script matches the film. This may be a draft that has nothing to do with it. Struggled through first ten pages. done. Like to see someone post after they see it. If it's right, I'll finish it.

I can't believe all of the stuff written into action that you can't see. Very amateur.


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Scar Tissue Films
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Only read the first 15 pages so far and I have to say that I'm enjoying it a lot.

The characters are good and their actions realistic. I thought the opening scene was interesting and really set the mood. The script is building the mystery around the crazy outbreak very effectively.

There are some very interesting visuals and you can tell the writer is experienced at working on film...the transitions and the flow are spot on.

It's extremely well paced so far and it kicks into gear brilliantly around page 14...

I'm torn between stopping reading so I can enjoy the film without knowing what happens, or carrying on.

I'm perplexed by people finding it amateur.

There are a few unfilmmables, but most are actors directions. There's only a couple that are completely silly, and they don't affect the story in any way.

I'm going to keep reading....
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Breanne Mattson
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I agree with Rick.

I read the first ten pages. I thought it was written pretty well. Yes, it was thick. But I thought it at least stayed interesting.

I didnít see any ďunfilmablesĒ but I realize there are a lot of writers who think things like, ďDavid is the last person she expected on her doorstep this morning,Ē are unfilmable. I donít agree. I think touches like that can really spice a script up. And I absolutely think thatís filmable.

There are a few things the writer does that I don't like, such as calling characters TOWN PASTOR or PRINCIPAL instead of giving them names, or calling Russell by his full name in dialogue attributes when the character goes by Russ the whole movie. And then the Becca character for some strange reason gets her first and last name used all the time.

He often doesnít give ages for characters but if he was hired to write it, they may have had certain roles filled and didnít care.

There were a few silly things like the text messaging thing on page ten. Who the hell wants to watch ten seconds of someone text messaging? We donít even see what sheís writing.

Other than little things like that and description thatís too dense, I thought the portion I read was very well written. I certainly didnít see anything I would consider poorly written or amateurish. I like what Iíve read so far.


Breanne


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