When a naďve entertainment reporter is assigned to produce a special segment, exposing the decadent lifestyles... more
Angela has written three feature screenplays, one TV spec and two children's picture books. She is recipent of an International Poet of Merit Award and a former Miss Teen Illinois Finalist. In Angela's leisure time, she enjoys rollerblading, mentoring youth at her...
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Angela has written three feature screenplays, one TV spec and two children's picture books. She is recipent of an International Poet of Merit Award and a former Miss Teen Illinois Finalist. In Angela's leisure time, she enjoys rollerblading, mentoring youth at her church and playing badminton with her husband Arthur.
Reviews by aahutchinson 33
A review of The Fisherman's Ringby aahutchinson on 10/14/2005When I read the synopsis, I knew this would be an interesting screenplay. I thought hte timing of the script was done well. It was a fast read for the type of story. Very tight script. Shombay had a distinct voice and was likeable. Characters were thought out. You can remove all your CUT TOs. They are not necessary and also some of the dialogue was a little on the nose... read
A review of Poetry of Survivalby aahutchinson on 04/29/2005Overall, the story is an interesting idea. The way it was executed though made the story very confusing. The writing was okay, but I had problems with some minor things, Im very detail-orientated. Also, there were so many characters. It was hard for me to follow who was who, especially in the beginning. Your characters are a little talky. They often have very long lines... read
A review of Fly Third Revisionby aahutchinson on 04/28/2005The first thing I noticed was that you write very long descriptions in your action lines. Ive heard a good rule of thumb is no more than 4 lines. So you should try shortening or breaking some of your lines up. In the first 20 pages nothing was really happening. I also found a lot of the cursing so unnecessary. And the drugs, I read your production notes, but just because... read