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Clearly if you are interested in writing screenplays, there is a lot of useful information here.
If you're ever going to get that great idea for a movie out of your head and into a theater, this is the ONLY book out there that CAN and WILL help you do it.
I've read more than one book on screenwriting, and if you want to write screenplays so should you, and I will happily recommend this one.
It'd be easy enough to write off the whole book as a Hollywood send-up, but I suspect there is more fact than fiction within these pages. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Earl Newton
I really loved this book. I found parts of it to be quite funny, and I honestly think that this books give advice that no other book that I've read really gives. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Jonathan Koester
This book has several nuggets of very useful information for writers (again, for writers already writing. Read morePublished 28 days ago by D. Greeney
I chose this book to learn about script writing and ended up having a great, fun read, I was entertained as well as educated. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Happy Endings
Full of information and keeps you interested in that information with humor and small unexpected pieces of insight into the business.Published 2 months ago by Jim R Didriksen
This screenwriting book is both entertaining and informative. Its a must have for anyone serious about screenwriting and wants to know the ins and outs of Hollywood. Read morePublished 2 months ago by charles pavlik
This book is funny, easy to read, and most credible screenwriting book that exists. It has very useful information on what it is like to be a real screenwriter and how to act, and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric Pzena
He was very pleased with it. He the book read it very fast, because he said, it was very interesting.Published 3 months ago by Jorge A. de la Fuente
It's a fun read even if your not a writer. It's a real honest look into the movie making worldPublished 3 months ago by George