The image on the screen stops, freezes and becomes a still shot.
Lucid Walk Keep it going. WB needs a hit. Henry Warner Brothers needs to be making better movies. Henry Thanks for the update. His bodyguards were bigger than him. Andrea Moss Too little and too late for a franchise starter.
A take away from my observation of voting patterns for AO entries is that a weak first quarter or less will force readers to bail out completely and vote elsewhere. The danger here is that a genuinely worthy script will be overlooked because of its flawed beginning. AO entrants should appreciate, however, that readers on this site are giving valuable time and advice pro bono when tackling amateur scripts and the least they can do is provide motivation to read from the get go.
The right motivation would begin with clarity and a little entertainment.
It happened to us. People would just expect babies to cry.
I am definitely going to watch this though. Emily Blunt is great, a really versatile actor across just about every genre I can think of. That being said, it could have played out like this: Whilst in labor, the mother has to stay quiet.
The baby is born. Everyone is expecting the baby to cry. A character mentions that some babies do not cry when they are born. BUT It will start crying very soon. That suspense could fuel the next 15 minutes of a sequence. It forces them to act to soundproof the room, or whatever is appropriate.
Okay, there is a shooting in the first minutes, but then there are about 80 pages where a depressed psychologist talks to a frightened kid. On the page that must have been pretty boring, but if the reader had given up on it, we would have missed the twist of a decade.
The twist saved it for me. But in this case I wonder. Would this movie be likely to make one more dollar if the plotting were airtight and the windup ingenious? Few horror movies, even the ones we love and revere, are rigorously logical within the worlds they create.
When they are we cease viewing them as horror movies. Probably not and absolutely not but with a slight dialing up of gore and overt terror, and a slight dialing down of detection and psychological penetration they easily could have been?
Halloween and Night of The Living Dead are pretty rudimentary, dramatic contraptions. And hardly the most logically accountable.
This is why horror occupies, and I would argue deservedly, the lowest genre rung. Expect Quiet will clean up.Writing a script outline is easy once you know the 8 plot points in every story.
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Have a. If you’re looking to write a script, talk it out loud to yourself. Repeat the words on your script and see if it flows with your voice and how you talk. Listen to your inflections and the emphasis you make in certain parts of a sentence.
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