Cenydd Ros 

member since 05/26/2010 | last login 03/28/2012

At this time all of my screenplays are in some phase of rewrite. They are: Bible Black, Mexico City Headhunters, The Sixth Book, Mobius Strip, Blood Sea, Red Chihuahua, Another Day in Paradise, El Gato Negro, and California Bandits. ---------...

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At this time all of my screenplays are in some phase of rewrite. They are: Bible Black, Mexico City Headhunters, The Sixth Book, Mobius Strip, Blood Sea, Red Chihuahua, Another Day in Paradise, El Gato Negro, and California Bandits. ---------

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Reviews by Cenydd Ros 141

  • A review of The Current
    by Cenydd Ros on 07/17/2011
    Some of this is nicely wriiten, making use of some flavorful prose. Mostly, I liked the language/writing craft of the action lines. e.g. encapsulating Tendrils of smoke waft toes webbed with soap bubbles a squalid living room "Getting your hole" - Didn't get this line. To be frank, I feel that flashbacks generally suck. I just don't think it is a good approach to story telling... read
  • A review of BATTLESAURS
    by Cenydd Ros on 07/06/2011
    - Having worked both academically and professional as an archaeologist, I can tell you I was biting into my tongue on page 1. I would suggest having a paleontologist on the team in the opening segment. - I am not sure which would be the most amazing discovery, that there were humans one million years ago or that there were still dinosaurs one million years ago. :) - This is... read
  • A review of EARTHSHAKERS
    by Cenydd Ros on 06/23/2011
    This being the third script of yours I have read, I must note that you have one hell of an imagination - and you create some very interesting (i.e. entertaining) visuals and elements in your work. There is much in the way of "eyepopping" candy in your stories that would make them something to see on the big screen. Overall, you have a good sense of creating images for the screen... read
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Comments About Cenydd Ros 99

  • Jay_Stanners on 07/17/2011

    Thanks for reading and reviewing The Current. I appreciate your comments and suggestions.

    Jay
  • Gary Mark Lee on 06/23/2011

    Thanks Ros for your comments on “EARTHSHAKERS”, yes it will cost a lot to make but it’s not my money, I did think about expanding the script with more characters but I really didn’t see the point, I wanted to tell a rather simple story but in a rather big way.

    If you liked this type of action, there will be more scripts soon, thanks again……Gary.
  • nick74 on 04/19/2011

    Yo Cenydd

    I could spend all day trying to think of the right way to thank you for your review, but then I wouldn't be thanking you for your review. Seldom do we writers ever feel justified for all the nights we go blind clicking and clacking feverishly away, so thanks for your review. I've probably read more of your reviews than you have and with the praise to which you've gotten for your own writing I think you know what I'm talking about. Hey, I'm just glad you enjoyed Touching the Void with me and Dr. Tandy.

    Firefly? Hellz yeah, dude! Huge fan. BIG fan. Love the Reavers. Unfortunately for us late-comers, Joss cornered the market on outer space madness, so trying to discover newer ways of capitalizing on that will forever be difficult. But, that's how it goes.

    Another thing of interest to me (and this is why I believe the souls I've encountered on TS will be as big a piece of whatever success I might enjoy) is your mentioning of Apex Magazine. It's funny. I was a bit distraught to find Void Touchers wouldn't meet their guidelines so I never tried. And then along comes Mr. Ros saying "Do it anyway." Right on, bro. Think I will.

    I've also tracked your success in the Screenplay arena. Congrats on the Bible Black Blue Star. Looks like there might be some Blue in Red Chihuahua's future, too. Now write one called Yellow Belly and Green Giant and you'll have the color market cornered.

    Nick

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