reviewed by geophyrd on 01/07/2005
Credited Review
Death and the Boy - good screenplay! Credited Review
This was a very well done screenplay. The story was intriguing, the characters well defined and arced. The format was professional and I'd hazard a guess that this is not the writer's first screenplay. There is, perhaps, too much detail in the descriptions but as another writer, I think this is just because the author has fleshed out the story so completely in their mind. A very nice job! I'd like to see it produced

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    by geophyrd on 01/07/2005
    I'm not sure of my opinion of the Dogman. Its certainly competantly written, chronologically it isn't linear and I'm not sure I believed in the characters. The dialogue was good and the setting but it just doesn't hang well together for me.Good luck with your screenplay.
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    by geophyrd on 08/30/2004
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