CJ Knight 

member since 03/12/2005 | last login 12/28/2010

Done some acting, singing, song writing, screenplay writing, reviewing... still waiting for Steven Speilberg (or Simon Cowell) to call me!...

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Done some acting, singing, song writing, screenplay writing, reviewing... still waiting for Steven Speilberg (or Simon Cowell) to call me!

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Reviews by CJ Knight 201

  • A review of IRON MAIDENS
    by CJ Knight on 04/04/2010
    Great title! The first thing you notice is the lack of white space. This is an immediate flag of an amateur writer. Screenplays are not novels. They are meant to have short, punchy sentences that describe the characters/action with minimum effort. Just show us what we can see on the screen. Do not go into long descriptions or write your comments or anything that is an opinion,... read
  • by CJ Knight on 04/03/2010
    The premise reads like LEAVING LAS VEGAS meets THE HANGOVER... and it looks as though we will be watching a man’s deterioration through drink and drugs, etc. However, the script contains little more than an endless batch of scenes that include three men going into bars, getting drunk and trying to get laid. The pattern repeats over and over and is only interrupted by Peter’s... read
  • A review of Scab
    by CJ Knight on 03/23/2010
    Good to see a script from a fellow Brit on TS. This is a gritty drama based set against the backdrop of the miner’s strike. Perhaps too gritty? It’s so sad that it makes EASTENDERS look like Mary Poppins! There are brief moments of comedy, yet the overall theme and setting is utterly depressing. I think this might be a hard sell. People do not want to go and see films that... read
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Comments About CJ Knight 53

  • moejoe_dreams on 04/30/2010

    Thank you for the Review of the Boys are Back... apperciate all your thoughts. Thank you.
  • davidmcewing on 04/04/2010

    Hi CJ:

    Thanks for your positive review of 'Iron Maidens,'

    I did a lot research on the Russian / German conflict and found that Stalin not only watched the 3 Stooges, but loved American cowboys like Tom Mix and Harry Carey.

    Life magazine was very pro-Russian during WW2 and featured quite a few articles and photos of Soviet heroes.

    Thanks again.

    Dave
  • Proudo on 03/24/2010

    Thanks so much for reviewing Scab, I appreciate your insightful comments and will certainly be taking them on board.

    Cheers

    Lee.
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