Category Archives: Script of the Week

Script of the Week: The Seventh Seal

Death personified becomes an unbeatable antagonist DEATH You’re rather arrogant. KNIGHT Our game amuses me. DEATH It’s your move. Hurry up. I’m a little pressed for time. KNIGHT I understand that you’ve a lot to do, but you can’t get

Script of the Week: The Seventh Seal

Death personified becomes an unbeatable antagonist DEATH You’re rather arrogant. KNIGHT Our game amuses me. DEATH It’s your move. Hurry up. I’m a little pressed for time. KNIGHT I understand that you’ve a lot to do, but you can’t get

Script of the Week: Network

Story as Entertainment and Social Commentary Network (1976) was written by Paddy Chayefsky (1923-1981) and directed by Sidney Lumet (1924-2011). Paddy Chayefsky said he didn’t write the film as an attack on the television industry (‘it’s not a brutal attack,

Script of the Week: Network

Story as Entertainment and Social Commentary Network (1976) was written by Paddy Chayefsky (1923-1981) and directed by Sidney Lumet (1924-2011). Paddy Chayefsky said he didn’t write the film as an attack on the television industry (‘it’s not a brutal attack,

Script of the Week: Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon (1975) Written by Frank Pierson (1925-2012) based on a real-life events. He received an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for this script. Pierson also wrote Cool Hand Luke, A Star is Born, and more recently was the

Script of the Week: Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon (1975) Written by Frank Pierson (1925-2012) based on a real-life events. He received an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for this script. Pierson also wrote Cool Hand Luke, A Star is Born, and more recently was the

Script of the Week. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Comedy Through Inappropriate Behaviour Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) Screenplay by Jack Bernstein (also story), Tom Shadyac (also director), Jim Carrey EXT. CAMP’S MANSION – NIGHT Ace and Melissa climb an impressive stairway leading to Camp’s mansion. MELISSA I’m really

Script of the Week. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Comedy Through Inappropriate Behaviour Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) Screenplay by Jack Bernstein (also story), Tom Shadyac (also director), Jim Carrey EXT. CAMP’S MANSION – NIGHT Ace and Melissa climb an impressive stairway leading to Camp’s mansion. MELISSA I’m really

Script of the Week: The Godfather

Conflict and Theme The screenplay for The Godfather (1972) was written by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola, based on a novel by Mario Puzo. When Coppola was working with Mario Puzo’s novel he broke each section of the story

Script of the Week: The Godfather

Conflict and Theme The screenplay for The Godfather (1972) was written by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola, based on a novel by Mario Puzo. When Coppola was working with Mario Puzo’s novel he broke each section of the story

Script of the Week: The Apartment

Like every other desk, it has a small name plate attached to the side. This one reads C.C. BAXTER. BUD (V.O.) My name is C.C. Baxter – C. for Calvin, C. for Clifford — however, most people call me Bud.

Script of the Week: The Apartment

Like every other desk, it has a small name plate attached to the side. This one reads C.C. BAXTER. BUD (V.O.) My name is C.C. Baxter – C. for Calvin, C. for Clifford — however, most people call me Bud.

Script of the Week: 12 Angry Men

10TH JUROR (across the table to the 4th Juror) It’s pretty tough to figure, isn’t it? A kid kills his father. Bing! Just like that. 12TH JUROR Well, if you analyze the figures… 10TH JUROR What figures, it’s those people. I’m

Script of the Week: 12 Angry Men

10TH JUROR (across the table to the 4th Juror) It’s pretty tough to figure, isn’t it? A kid kills his father. Bing! Just like that. 12TH JUROR Well, if you analyze the figures… 10TH JUROR What figures, it’s those people. I’m