A Winner Best Movie Script Feature, American International Film Festival, for the month of June 2011. Reviewed by: Jordan Ray Allen Re: The Last Freedom Fighter V.3 a sign of things to come I enjoyed this screenplay for a number of reasons....
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A Winner Best Movie Script Feature, American International Film Festival, for the month of June 2011. Reviewed by: Jordan Ray Allen Re: The Last Freedom Fighter V.3 a sign of things to come I enjoyed this screenplay for a number of reasons. Firstly, because the screenwriter painted such a beautifal picture of Chicago, giving me a very good image of the city and it's history. Secondly, the man who tried to recruit Freedom Phil to join his militia in Washington, DC was an ominous character. I enjoyed how he popped up throughout warning Freedom Phil about the horror that was coming. I was impressed with the main character Freedom Phil, who is a decent family man who lived up to his name, but would not go against his priciples. This is truly a cautionary tale for the times that we are living in, almost prescient in it's tone. Talented composer.
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A review of Man of Warby Pmitch on 07/11/2011Major Jason Richards leads a team to destroy the German new invention Schloss Festung. He runs into a lot of gunfire as his lady friend Agent Zoey Laurent helps him along the way. There is a lot of action in this screenplay. The characters are interesting and well-defined. I liked the names. Nice job of describing the locations and setting. Suggestions for improvement:... read
A review of Not Cops (rewrite)by Pmitch on 07/08/2011Police fingerprinters decide to take on some action. Dad, a police captain, is involved in some crooked activities. Sean, James, and a fifteen year old by Joel decide to play detective. The author did a good job with the names of the characters. The press action with Chief Muirhead was well-defined along with the nice pool house. I felt you did a good job of developing... read
A review of First Thousand Yearsby Pmitch on 07/07/2011Gale is sent to New York to buy a statue at an auction for a queen from another kingdom. Little does she know that another Lord has his eyes on obtaining it. Gale meets Jason for whom she has a little surprise waiting further in the journey. He is about to enter a strange new world. I enjoyed the first two acts up to page 70. Oliver and Olivia Lavender appear as drug addicts... read