Damian P Ramsajan 

member since 03/05/2011 | last login 04/20/2014

Anomaly, lover of unique stories, art-forms and people....

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Anomaly, lover of unique stories, art-forms and people.

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Reviews by Damian P Ramsajan 71

  • A review of Dusty Thistle
    by Damian P Ramsajan on 03/31/2012
    I like Finn’s introduction, wasn’t too sure after the “too sensitive for the war comment” but the scene spoke for itself. I would end the scene when the rifle comes down n knocks him out, not a big fan of the screaming among the madness ending, IMO you should also spend a little more time bringing home his flaws, which lead to his failure to save the girl (especially if this... read
  • A review of THE FOURTH WHEEL
    by Damian P Ramsajan on 05/23/2011
    The Forth Wheel was brilliantly written. Each scene was carefully constructed and fit perfectly into a well-crafted structure. Overall this script moved at a fast pace and was very enjoyable to read and really funny. A once bitten closet romantic must face off against a ruthless corporate tycoon to save his company and in the process rescue a dim witted porn star heiress,... read
  • by Damian P Ramsajan on 04/26/2011
    A brilliantly written, fresh and compelling Historical Drama, bringing together different cultural perspectives and passions, from the disheveled German soldiers fresh out of WWII defeat to the embattled Viet-Minh fighting for liberation. The writer has captured the essence of this era well through the actions of well-developed characters a good storyline and dynamic action... read
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Comments About Damian P Ramsajan 46

  • FinleyMulligan on 04/01/2012

    Hey! Thanks a bundle for the review! Cheers.
  • AlexandraJade on 10/14/2011

    Happy to help! Glad you saw the review as helpful.
  • Karl Gorman on 10/10/2011

    You're welcome, Damian.

    Just out of curiosity: have you seen the TV series "Jeremiah"? It'd be useful, so you know how close the concepts are so that you can make sure you make yours different enough. In the words of Tori Amos: "There are only about ten ideas, what makes them different is how you spice them." . . . or maybe it's twelve ideas, or seven, but you know what I mean.

    -- Karl.
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