noahruderman 

member since 01/09/2003 | last login 10/07/2011

35 year-old semi-good looking part-time Jewish writer (part-time refers to the Jewish part) from Connecticut who resides in Los Angeles, dividing his time between his troublesome Jai Alai addiction, cursed Utah Jazz fandom and screenwriting....

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35 year-old semi-good looking part-time Jewish writer (part-time refers to the Jewish part) from Connecticut who resides in Los Angeles, dividing his time between his troublesome Jai Alai addiction, cursed Utah Jazz fandom and screenwriting.

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Reviews by noahruderman 77

  • by noahruderman on 08/31/2007
    This is well paced and scary story that starts slowly, building intrigue and tension. It takes a done before and cliched idea (man takes refuge in strangers house in the woods during the storm) and while it doesn't reconstruct the genre, it manages to hold your attention throughout with the authors well written description and underlying dread that fills each scene. Some... read
  • by noahruderman on 06/23/2006
    This is a very ambitious story filled with many different characters and rich locations and plot twists. It reminded me somewhat of a Kevin Smith film on acid with fantasy elements. Needless to say, there was a lot to get on a first read, almost too much and at times I did get confused. It is dialogue heavy, but a lot of the dialogue is very witty and comical. ("I'm god,... read
  • A review of Acadia
    by noahruderman on 06/16/2006
    This was a very original location to write a script about and combined with interesting meaty characters and dialogue, I found it to be a well-written piece with genuine romantic moments and honest emotion. I like how it begins and then flashes back, and while done in other films, found it to be effective. Be careful about adding camera directions (show don't tell) and... read
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Comments About noahruderman 2

  • Brian W on 09/26/2007

    I sent you that review, felt I came off harsh. I just want to see this story more developed, longer. I want to know both these people.
  • jwest on 09/04/2007

    Likewise - many thanks. And no prob ;D

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