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Don
Posted: February 1st, 2019, 10:56pm Report to Moderator
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Scripts of the RomCom 2019 OWC
Theme: Love/Romance
Genre: Rom-com
Challenge: Roses, chocolate and something red must be in the script. They should not be mere props in the background, but play some part, even if small.

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Rep Disrupter by Dronaldino Armandasio Trafalgario - A university student who is infatuated with a certain celebrity starts receiving credit for good deeds that were actually performed by her admirer, in order to boost her reputation and bring her true happiness. 10 pages.

Florida Man by Whet Faartz - A Florida man surprises his wife with a gift and, after some confusion, it turns out she has an even better one for him.

Of Death by This Guy Right Here - A man has a date with your not-so-typical angel.

The Proposal by -  Slug Horn - A nerdy lawyer gets up the nerve to propose to his girlfriend of three years. But his proposal results in some very unexpected consequences. 9 pages.

Crime of Fashion by Gerald St. George - A woman and a man meet and they fall in love. Although, the object of their affections is really each other's sense of style.

Rose Bud by -  Joaquín Guzmán - Sometimes a break-up is the first step towards an engagement.  10 pages.

Just Plane Unexpected by Goyo "Contest Name" Gregerson - Nothing seems to make sense as a young couple joyfully celebrate an anniversary in a cold, empty airliner. 7 pages.

Slam-Dunk Love by -  Billy P - A Los Angeles attorney plans a Valentine's Day surprise for an associate he's smitten with, but a change in her attire throws things into doubt. 8 pages.

Before The End Of The World by James J. Brooks - Two best friends discover they are in love minutes before the world ends. 6 pages.

Cupid's Arrow by Hairy Big Balls - Dick finally meets the love of his life on a speed dating event.  But will Fanny love him back? 6 pages.

Rough Love by A Hopeless Romantic - When a homeless man falls for a commuter, he must build his confidence in order to say hello. 9 pages.

Valen Crimes by B. Hynde Bars - A party business has issues, but from what? A computer virus or a deep-seated Valentine's fear. Perhaps it's AMORaphobia and unfulfilled dreams. Whatever it is: Revenge is sweet on an ugly street where two struggling love birds play a different kind of role. 10 pages.

Steal Your Heart by Gumphrey Hogart  - An obnoxious womanizer is struck by love at first sight and needs to stop his dream girl from getting away, but it's going to be hard to do when she's in the middle of robbing a bank. 8 pages.

Little Brown Box by Eva Markowitz - It's what's inside that counts.

Roses, Chocolate and Red Face by -  Billy Fish - A young man needs to overcome his face turning red whenever he gives roses to a woman he likes. 9 pages.

The Perfect Pair by -  Gram Horse - An improbable pair meet their match.

Crazy In Love by The Mad Hatter - Short, RomCom, Dark - A woman battling mental health issues learns to let her guard down with the help of a quirky patient in a similar position.

Sometimes Boring Is Better by - Elle Efess - Bored of each other, a couple venture into the world of online dating only for their experiences to force them to question whether boring was better.

Small-Town Cops by Fyve Owe - A small-town cop tries to resist the advances of an unusually persistent petty criminal.

Second Chance by Michario - Young man wanting to make up for a mistake he made with his girlfriend.

Lovely Eggs by - D. Brown - A husband and wife question why their heads are so itchy while their young butler cooks them breakfast.

Red and White by The StoRyTeLLer - A confused artist and his chaotic friend try to catch love on canvas. .

True Love by Name Redacted IV - A fed-up Wife takes her ambitious Husband to marriage counseling after a string of over the top Christmas gifts.

30 Years by - Sam I. - Short, RomCom, Dramedy - A man celebrates his thirtieth wedding anniversary with his wife, with whom he's been away from for some time.

Persistent by - Ekon Kwan - A man thinks up a way to ask a girl of his dreams on a date.

Love Terror by - Jedrek Hagan - A valentine's anniversary gone horribly wrong when a husband drunkenly arrives home late for dinner.

Some Valentine Strange by The Chad - A very strange man chooses a hooker as his Valentine.

Swedish Number by Bills & Moon - A lonely Londoner reaches out to a random voice on the phone.

Cowboy for a Day by - May Not Be Used - Ryker thinks he just may have found the love of his life..but he also told her he was a cowboy.

The Option by Rudolph Valentino - A writer falls for a woman he meets in a bookstore, but a series of complications prevents them from connecting.

Blessing by - Grosbeak Bunting  - A year after losing her husband, a widow struggles with whether to date again.

Postcards by The Mailman - When promised postcards never arrive, a man wonders if the meet cute was real or in his head.

In Love and War by Buck Turgidson - A damsel in distress discovers that
her rescuer is not exactly a knight in shining armor.

Worshipping Sophia by Lilly Pond - When a hopeless dullard gets a tattoo in memory of his ex-girlfriend he finds a wacky way he just might win her back again.

The Go-To Girl by Alvy Singer - A lovesick lawyer pursues his sexy secretary with the help of a vivacious vixen.

OMG! Leo's Got Leukemia! by Jheri Curl Gyro - When an agoraphobiac's internet boyfriend gets Leukemia, she must face her biggest fear if she wants to meet him before he dies. .

Last Dance At The Mineshaft by - Anonymous - CAL, a respectable young executive in a Manhattan bank, turns down the chance of attending a Valentine's Day office party. Accused of being a virgin, Cal has a secret life, which he visits during that evening. Accused of being boring, his life is anything but.

Jurassic Love by Michael Crichton - A kindergartner's Valentines Day is nearly ruined when the girl he loves has eyes only for Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Colored Skulls by Nemo The Sixth - Short, RomCom - When Bob finds himself about to be burnt alive as a part of a ritual, he gets a chance to go home free if he can only prove that he's loved.

Don't Burst My Bubble by - blank - Short, RomCom - A determined young boy tries to win over his first love.

Grunge by Daniel Park - Short, RomCom - Jerry has a change of heart at a bookstore.

6PM - DQ'd by Sean Chipman -  22 pages.



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AMAZING!  What a turnout!  I sense some double+ entries...


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Holy crap that's a lot to get through!

Can someone please let me know how the scoring works, do we give an overall score out of 10 or something? I need to make notes as I go otherwise I'm gonna lose track of this beast


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I thought loads of people were bailing on this one! This is one of the biggest lists I can remember!


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor
Holy crap that's a lot to get through!

Can someone please let me know how the scoring works, do we give an overall score out of 10 or something? I need to make notes as I go otherwise I'm gonna lose track of this beast

This from Pia:

There will be a Review Page E-mailed to you for you to score the scripts you read...

From me:

Until then -
Make constructive comments at this stage, Matt. Say what worked for you, what didn't, what can be improved upon, if you think it met the challenge parameters, if you thought it was a strong entry, etcetera. if you enjoyed it.


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Great turn out! Gonna put on my reading shoes.

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Oh, wow...way more than expected, and a rapid turnaround from Don to get them up!  


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Quoted from LC

This from Pia:

There will be a Review Page E-mailed to you for you to score the scripts you read...

From me:

Until then -
Make constructive comments at this stage, Matt. Say what worked for you, what didn't, what can be improved upon, if you think it met the challenge parameters, if you thought it was a strong entry, etcetera. if you enjoyed it.


Thanks for the reply

Me being me, I am going to have to keep a spreadsheet of all entries, which ones I've read/commented on because I know I will lose track.


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor
Me being me, I am going to have to keep a spreadsheet of all entries, which ones I've read/commented on because I know I will lose track.

Good idea! You and me both - well, short notes anyway.

Don't forget to comment on the individual threads as you go.


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Will do - Later tonight when the kid is in bed, I'm going to crack open a bottle of wine and get my Rom-Com on!  

Well done to everyone putting in an entry!



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Woooooo!! Scripts are out, reading glasses on...let’s review the bejesus out of this!! God speed, fellow scripters


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor
Will do - Later tonight when the kid is in bed, I'm going to crack open a bottle of wine and get my Rom-Com on!  

Well done to everyone putting in an entry!



Aww man, a tired parent who finally put the kids to bed falling in love with a bottle of wine and a good Rom Com is the perfect premise for a Rom Com....if only I had thought of this!! I’m a parent so it wouldn’t of been a stretch to imagine hahah

I’m really interested to see what all these scripts end up looking like!! ROM COMMMM!!!
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Quoted from Matthew Taylor


Thanks for the reply

Me being me, I am going to have to keep a spreadsheet of all entries, which ones I've read/commented on because I know I will lose track.


Matt, also, don't out yourself on your script in reviews.  In the past, there have been writers who have taken exception to a review and commented back on the thread why they wrote it the way they did, or revealed themselves in some other way.  You stay anonymous until the writers are revealed by Pia and Don.


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