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Writing for the Screen I was sitting down one day watching a movie in the theater and I had noticed how insignificant and how bland it was There really didnt seem to be much essence not much feeling of intense emotions in it that really needed to be applied to the subject matter I felt very inspired to act upon this and correct it To make what is meant to be said in the film and tell the truth of the heart of the matter This movie was one of those blockbuster genre movies that seemed as if it was cooked up and formulated out of a factory just as the last dozen were in the past It reminded me of those cookie cutter popular formulated teenage lovehorrorpseudo movies that have sequel-after- sequel You cant get rid of them and they just keep coming back even more For instance the summer regurgitated movie I Know What You Did Last Summer is a good example of a formulated re-hash of writing just redone Sometimes I feel the writers of these films just do it for the money or the simple fame of achieving a blockbuster movie once again We find this with the writer of The Faculty which wrote I Know What You Did Last Summer and its sequels These are so formulated that it is easy for those that analyze and look at movies as a work of art and not just merely a Saturday night date place These scriptwriters seem to stray away from their original concept of creative writing and have conformed to the Hollywood pressures of fitting a script standard that has been set Look at an independent thinkers like Quentin Tarantino He is a revolutionary writer that has radically changed the style of writing He introduced in America a Hong Kong style of pure blood extreme action non-stop continuos scenes of violence and profanity that threads his
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