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  4. Artillery Creative & Paradigm Take to the Sky as They Hit the Market With New Action/Thriller Spec 'VALOR' From Hit List Alums Luke Goltz & Max Yaney

    VALOR (SPEC) - The Tracking Board.pdf

  5. Just made an ISO request, and wondering how long I should wait before submitting another one. I've got a list. Oi. 

  6. Hi Dalia.

    A couple of years ago you read my script Magic with a MFing K and provided some good feedback.

    I just posted a pilot to the Works in Progress section and would love to hear your thoughts if you have time to read. It's called High Adventure and it's similar in tone to MagicK.

    No pressure :)

  7. Little rant -- apropos of nothing... but what's the deal with websites that just offer 'Movie Transcripts'

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    2. egerst


      I get that. My frustration is more your looking for a script and think you found out it only to finds its:




      And welcome

      Who's baby is this?


    3. drb000


      That drives me nuts. Also when you google a script and then it takes you to a website that has like 10 links that claim to have the script and none of them work. Scripts-onscreen is the worst offender

    4. egerst


      Right. I find searching for the script name and PDF is often helpful but I also feel there's a large number of click bait sites that are just optimized to have every movie and then PDF come up and theres no actual script there

  8. Looking for some good recent feature comedy specs. Anyone got one or two they'd recommend? P&T.

  9. Just a friendly reminder TO BACK ALL YOUR SHIT UP.

    1. electroglodyte


      Why, what happened?

    2. Scott Crawford

      Scott Crawford

      Save to Dropbox or iCloud or equivalent.

  10. Anyone read a good new action spec?

    1. sivartalappes


      I think my new script RUN is good... but I think I'm kinda biased. :P


    2. twofingeredtypist


      Hah! Best of luck with it!

  11. My short horror story The Lake Erie Siren will appear this June in the Spring 2019 edition of Mad Scientist Journal.

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    2. drb000


      Very nice! Is it something you've tried adapting for screen? It's worked for a lot of other people.

    3. axalon



    4. Reader George
  12. "Ben is Back" reaffirms that if Peter Hedges is involved, you're probably in for a rewarding experience.

  13. Do you get notes saying your dialogue doesn't sound real? Read and learn from transcripts. I'm reading this FBI one of leaker Reality Winner, which is getting turned into an Off-Broadway play soon! https://www.politico.com/f/?id=0000015e-c5e7-ddab-a57f-cfe7d5b50002

    1. andrewpwoodberry


      BTW - If your notes say you need to work on your action lines... practice with the linked transcript by adding the currently non-existent action lines.

    2. palostick


      Thanks Andrew, this is brilliant. Plus Reality Winner has got the best name ever for a national security whistleblower...

    3. aphid47


      That's a great idea!

  14. cancel my account

    1. Scott Crawford

      Scott Crawford

      Tell my girlfriend we've broken up.

    2. benskelly2


      And while you’re at it, put down my dog.

    3. sbbn


      I want my bible back.

  15. Hey hive mind. Trying to put together a list of films that fall into the Seven Samurai/Magnificent 7/Yojimbo mold of hired pros who come to the aid of regular people/villagers. I have the usual suspects (Bugs Life, 3 Amigos, Equalizer) but I'd love some more recommends. Thanks!

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    2. rwe15


      13 Assassins was fantastic. There's also a Carnahan script on here -modern -war vets in Mexico vs. drug lord.

    3. egerst


      Nice. Ill check those out.

    4. Robin Hood

      Robin Hood

      Yo Jimbo!

      Yo Rocky!

      Yo Adrian!

  16. Happy New Year, fellow TBers. May this be your year!

  17. Can't...stop...watching...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNCmb-4oXJA

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    2. jms2011


      I don't think the format is dead, but there is some merit to their idea. Viewing habits are changing, studios have so much invested in a film they are afraid to risk alienating the audience with an unsatisfactory ending. I love going to movies, but I am annoyed by the constant glare of cell phones in the crowd. I think theaters will always exist, but very few films on the big screen will have the influence like films of the past.

    3. rwe15


      Predictability is a problem but I just saw a UK Michael Powell film from 1946 which was riveting in story and cinematography (Scorsese loves him)- David Niven in Matter of Life or Death - you're not certain if the drama is real or supernatural till the 2/3 point and perhaps not even then.

    4. stevenaz


      Perhaps a problem for screenwriters and older people who have seen way too many movies. But the core audience is neither. Average movie goer will continue to be entertained IMO.

  18. Looking for something to read. Any recs for decent specs from this year?

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    2. drb000


      Well, damn, I won't pry, but hopefully this exchange means congrats!

    3. SMD


      No congrats yet, but thanks! I have a shot, but won't know until it's release.

    4. drb000


      You have a shot - that's all one can ask for. Here's hoping

  19. What happened to all the new things that were supposed to happen with this site? Is it still going under - or are changes around the corner?

    1. Jaco


      Hello? Are the lights even still on? Just trying to weigh weather to pony up $$$ for another year.

    2. tbblue


      A lot of the changes start rolling out in late January/February 2019. New sites for both TB and LP, new features, database and community platform, etc.

    3. Jaco


      Appreciate the response - looking forward to seeing what they are.

  20. Really enjoyed THE OUTLAW KING on Netflix. IMHO best original I have seen on there so far.

    1. Nic.Lishko


      It was the first Netflix flick I've seen where I wish I could've seen it on the big screen

    2. StringerBell


      I thought it was a complete mess. IMO, it was all surface and no depth. I didn't care about a single character in it.

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