Albert Nobbs meets Three Days of the Condor
Have been an avid movie fan all my life. With Russ LaValle, a friend and writing partner, I've come very close to selling two scripts. But, as we all know, close is "no cigar." Like all of you, when it comes to...
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Have been an avid movie fan all my life. With Russ LaValle, a friend and writing partner, I've come very close to selling two scripts. But, as we all know, close is "no cigar." Like all of you, when it comes to writing,"giving up" is not an option. Good luck to all of us.
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A review of The Carrier (rev.)by stevles on 10/15/2012The Carrier is a fast-paced, action-laced buddy/buddies movie, only, this time only one buddy out of four remains standing. It's Riley-Taker Vs. Richter-Keller, with only Richter left standing. There are a few other characters who manage to make it to the end credits alive, but you kind of get the feeling that somewhere down the line awaits their comeuppance. While the story... read
A review of Colterby stevles on 02/25/2012While a too overly simplistic writing style and occasional miss-spellings tweaked my sensibilities, as bios go, this was a nice piece of work. Good guys, bad guys, exciting conflicts, heroic resolutions... Colter really does have it all -- well, almost all. As it stands right now, it's more a series of incidents (episodic) than a single story. Yes, Colter's quest is to find... read
A review of The PRODIGALby stevles on 08/16/2011While the Prodigal was an entertaining read, it was, to say the least, fraught with problems. Too many, I mean, too many typo and technical errors intrude on, what should have been, a smooth read. Ketel One spelled Kettel One; Characters go uncapped; Sonny capped SSONY in one place, SON in another and SONNY SONNY (pg. 57) in a third. Edna let's go of an arm instead of... read