dmmovie 

member since 12/19/2002 | last login 12/11/2004

Some of my friends have called me Round-About-Malley because it takes me a while to get to where I'm goin'. (As this Bio has already demonstarted)After receiving my BA from Ohio State, (in only 9 years) I headed to Chicago where I...

Bio

Some of my friends have called me Round-About-Malley because it takes me a while to get to where I'm goin'. (As this Bio has already demonstarted)After receiving my BA from Ohio State, (in only 9 years) I headed to Chicago where I entered grad school for film. After a year of school I found myself in debt to the tune of $30,000. Stressed and broke I started looking for work and I found it, in the film biz no less. After working in Chicago for 4 years as a PA,Secretary and Writers Assistant I moved to LA where I've been since May of 2002.I currently work as a secretary on large films and am looking forward to doing and writing my own work.

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Reviews by dmmovie 13

  • A review of The Sea
    by dmmovie on 12/10/2003
    When reading this script I could tell type of books and movies that influenced the author. That is a good and bad thing. Bad if you want this script picked up by a studio. Good if this the author wants the script to go the independent film route.I struggled with the father's "need vs desire". In the synopsis the author says "The writer must now confront his place in the world,... read
  • A review of Waiting For The Worms
    by dmmovie on 11/14/2003
    I've always been told to write what I know and the writer knows of what he writes. That being said, the script could use some structure work.The most important structural problem, (and I see this with my writing as well), is “need” vs. “desire”.There are a lot of stories going on here and narrowing it down may help.Focus on Tom’s needs vs. his desires.The only thing... read
  • A review of Turnabout
    by dmmovie on 07/11/2003
    I really liked the idea and a great deal of the follow through. The 2 major problems with the script was: 1. The names. Maybe use both names in the character heading to avoid confussion. There were serveal times where I had to go back over the script and even then I was a little lost.2. The reveal of the bad guy seems too early. The big twist ending would be a better way to... read
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