Too Good To Be Damaged
I think this is a wonderful read. I love how it starts with the introduction to the characters. I also love how at first you are not too sure what is going on and then it justs clicks a little later. I also though the ending was great with an explosive climax. The only thing I did not like was some of the lines. They were great do not get me wrong, but some of them were...cheesey. Like on page 109 when Amanda says, "Here goes a few million of the taxpayers dollars." That is just my main problem with movies. Some of the lines are just chessey. I think when a character speaks it should be like when a real person speaks and that is probably why I love only certain screenplay writers. Everything else though was great.
NOTE: This review does not factor into the site rankings.
Other Reviews by SuperFrostyMan 29
A review of Making a Killingby SuperFrostyMan on 02/23/2005Making a Killing provides the usual Hollywood villain with the normal villain dialogue. Making a Killing provides the different heroes. Making a Killing provides no funny jokes. Making a Killing provides little suspense. The ending is the best part of the screenplay because it finally does end. The screenplay offers absolutely no excitement. The real problem with the villain... read
A review of Outrageby SuperFrostyMan on 02/21/2005Outrage is definetely very interesting and extremetly different. Ourtrage brings to the table an issue that seems to be very important and uses it to bring a comedic effect. The writer brings the issue to the table in a good screenplay. Another thing the writer does is he uses the gay issue in reallife situations. Everything that happens is very real and the dialogue compliments... read
A review of The Henchmanby SuperFrostyMan on 12/03/2004I really liked the whole idea. Especially the idea of making look like a movie preiview considering that was what the real movie was about. It was enjoyably funny. The jokes were original and hilarious. Maybe next time you should have the actual characters have lines because a character helps tie the story together. It did not hurt this film that the characters only up to two... read