Shane Black ("Lethal Weapon"), John Carpenter ("Halloween"), Frank Darabont ("The Shawshank Redemption"), William Goldman ("The Princess Bride"), Paul Schrader ("Taxi Driver"), and dozens of other Hollywood screenwriters share hilarious anecdotes and penetrating insights in "Tales from the Script," the most comprehensive documentary ever made about screenwriting. By analyzing their triumphs and recalling their failures, the participants explain how successful writers develop the skills necessary for toughing out careers in one of the world's most competitive industries. They also reveal the untold stories behind some of the greatest screenplays ever written, describing their adventures with luminaries including Harrison Ford, Stanley Kubrick, Joel Silver, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Spielberg. The film was produced in tandem with the upcoming HarperCollins book of the same name.
Heather M (mx) wrote: Somehow Ricci pulled this off, but I could have passed on this one.
Jackie M (ru) wrote: Quite an interesting part of the world war 2 history.
Zechariah S (es) wrote: A Emotional Epic Film that clings on to from start to Finish.
Victoria S (es) wrote: This film is very great. It really makes you think so much differently about the educational system.
Adam R (fr) wrote: Really, really bad. Bad acting, bad fight scene choreography, and too many flashbacks.
Kyle M (ca) wrote: An entertaining mystery film about a teenage girl, being perfect all the time, solving mysteries and an unsolved mystery. It's a feel-good, fun film. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Joana P (ag) wrote: we can love of many ways and this movie tells this in amazing way xD
Skip N (de) wrote: Incomprehensible nonsense, completely devoid of any suspense since every challenge is essentially magical and is solved with magic, you can't wonder if they will have enough magic to achieve magical goals, how much blue swirly lights will be needed to hold back the grey sky blob? The script seems to be complicated in an attempt to make it seem clever, but since everything is magical problems solved with magical answers, event are as good as random and so are the solutions, its complexity for complexities sake.
Athena K (mx) wrote: Light fluffy romantic comedy. Let's not ask of it for more and simply enjoy it. I certainly did.
JamesMasaki R (de) wrote: John Ford's personal favorite, a small film done with a small cast and crew, and surprisingly without John Wayne. But even so, Harry Carey Jr and Ben Johnson as 2 cowboys helping a group of Mormons cross into Utah, still do extremely well in their parts, with fun and with grace. It doesn't have huge epic chases and battles like Fort Apache or Stagecoach, but it's definitely worth it for Ford fans.
Deborah M (kr) wrote: A little heavy-handed but, overall, a pleasingly bittersweet comedy with characters who feel three-dimensional and real. Good job by all the actors; Seann William Scott, Evan Ross and Mackenzie Marsh were each noteworthy. Worth a watch, or even two.
Javier E (ru) wrote: Paul Haggis hace el peor trabajo de su carrera en "Third Person". Tiene a un gran elenco (Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Maria Bello, Olivia Wilde, Adrien Brody, etc) divididos en tres historias que no se sostienen por si solas (lo cual si sucede en "Crash") y que forzadamente pretende unir. Las relaciones humanas y sus vicios han sido temas que Haggis ha tocado con mejor tino en otros proyectos, como "Million Dollar Baby", o en la citada "Crash", pero aqui se pierde en dialogos metidos en secuencias absurdas que tratan de ser poeticas y lo unico que logran es ser eternas. (Texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
Skyler S (ru) wrote: I have no clue why this has 77% rotten tomatoes. This is an amazing, powerful, breath taking, movie! The spiritual power is amazing. I got goosebumps during this movie. I felt God's power. I relized how much out nation needs to know him. ONE + WAY!