The main problem I have with the screenplay is the timing and predictability of it. Zombies have been done (excuse the pun) to death. While the movie was very predictable it was well constructed and I found the dialogue well above par. The characters could be related to however there seemed to be too many flashbacks for my personal taste.
In general I liked the screenplay. This was particularly good effort and, as I said before, I was very impressed with the dialogue. It seems that's one area where your talents lie. This does get an A for effort from me.
Review of: The Rising
reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org on 10/19/2011
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