dokodaddy 

member since 11/15/2002 | last login 11/28/2009

Screenwriter based out of Fort Worth, TEXAS. Currently hired to write a full length titled WINGMAN slated for production next spring. My last script WOPS (which got awful reviews here) is slated for production in October with a budget below $5ook. I...

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Screenwriter based out of Fort Worth, TEXAS. Currently hired to write a full length titled WINGMAN slated for production next spring. My last script WOPS (which got awful reviews here) is slated for production in October with a budget below $5ook. I am pitching another screenplay BUTTONMAN @ a hitman for hire who gets turned on by his handlers after the Don finds out the handlers have been skimming from the top. I am also an average person that just loves to make movies. I will do whatever it takes to get the film done from line producing to getting coffee. THE ACT OF FILMMAKING IS MY LIFE.. I LOVE IT. AND IT ALL STARTS WITH US...THE WRITERS... I cant wait to make many friends here. Take care and drop me line or send me a script direct and we can critique each other. dokodaddy@hotmail.com

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Reviews by dokodaddy 6

  • A review of Blind Faith
    by dokodaddy on 11/29/2008
    Structurally, the script is solid. I did like the synopsis. Real catchy. The whole time reading this, though, I kept picturing myself seeing this on the Hallmark Channel or Lifetime as the MOTW. The story itself is original with a nice play on peoples often zealous beliefs and willingness to fill a void in their life that they will believe in a Bleeding Jesus. The STAN character... read
  • A review of The Lowest Life
    by dokodaddy on 05/04/2008
    I am amiss as to whether this was supposed to be a comedy or a dark comedy. The lead character, Harlan, came across, not as brash, but as very unlikeable in every sense. I think the author was trying to go for a Stifler type character from AMERICAN PIE but really missed the boat and made Harlan a total and complete Prick. The dialogue was very unbelievable especially between... read
  • A review of Time's Fool
    by dokodaddy on 04/19/2008
    First of, this script, I feel, has nothing more to add to make it better. The characters are all relatable. I know a Michael and a jeremy. THe writing is excellent. THe dialogue between the brothers comes out as spontaneous, very to the moment and situation. The Elsie character you cannot help NOT feel bad for her in her mental state once you find out what happened to her boys... read

Comments About dokodaddy 2

  • Harf on 01/19/2009

    Thanks for reading, reviewing and understanding the death beneficiary. Goodluck with WOPS.
  • Gammon on 04/19/2008

    Thanks for the feedback on Time's Fool. Much appreciated.

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