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"to the people who write, direct and produce for Hollywood - or desperately wish they did - Bob McKee is a cross between E. F. Hutton and Sun Myung Moon. The man speaks, and people start to take furious notes - he is now the undisputed screenwriting king... for the legendary screenwriting boot camp that he runs. Thirty-thousand aspiring screenwriters have already taken McKee's 30-hour, three-day course..." -- Newsday
It is the best book to read if you have interest in writing.
I took one of his seminars, and I have to say that though I really got something from the seminar, the book was even better (cheaper, too!).
Anyone can write a screenplay, but this book gives you some good guidelines to help ensure the screenplay is indeed a great story.
Did you read the book?
I don't read.
The nuns beat it out of me.
The love of knowledge.
I havent' had time to read it all the way through yet, but so far, this book is packed with useful information. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Scimitar9a
Did me more good than any other book on writing I've read. I use it for an ongoing reference and guide.Published 21 days ago by Lisa Kerr
It's a must read for anyone seriousness about the business of show. From cover to cover it ness army information.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
McKee knows what he is talking about. It's for screen writers but great stuff for any story writer. Read it!Published 28 days ago by M. Black
Excellent. Essential reading. I have read the book from cover to cover many times. Essential for anyone interested in Filmmaking.Published 29 days ago by Fred
McKee forgoes the color by number methodology of many screenwriting guides and instead deals with what makes a good story tick – and a badly written screenplay suck. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew J. Roazen
This audio book is brilliantly presented by Robert McKee. My screenwriting professor (not Mr. McKee) recommended it as a must-have for his students. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen B. Armel
Had to read this for a scriptwriting class. Very thorough! McKee has put the things he teaches in his well-attended scriptwriting seminars in this tome. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jan