Browse through the complete collection of Terrence Malick’s feature-length work which he had both written and directed:
Check out our list of top five screenplays that make mandatory Christmas viewing:
1. Home Alone Script (1990)
2. Elf Script (2003)
3. The Nightmare Before Christmas Script (1993)
4. The Santa Clause Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1994)
5. Scrooged Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1988)
For everything in the middle, check out his wide range of directing and writing works below:
1. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Script (2009)
2. Tideland Script (2005)
3. Brothers Grimm Script (2005)
4. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Script (1998)
5. Twelve Monkeys Script (1995)
6. The Fisher King Script (1991)
7. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Script $ (for Purchase) (1988)
8. Brazil Script (1985)
9. The Meaning of Life Script (1983)
10. Time Bandits Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1981)
11. Life of Brian Script (1979)
12. Jabberwocky Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1977)
13. Monty Python and the Holy Grail Script (1975)
After landing his first screen writing credit for the Oscar nominated An Education (2009), Nick Hornby is proving that he’s got the chops to make it off the bookshelves and unto the big screen.
Check out his collection of adapted works, and his feature length work:
It looks like alien invasion flicks are making a strong Hollywood come back. With Skyline (2010) making a splash at the box office just awhile back, along with the release of Battle: Los Angeles (2011) early next year, sci-fi fans are looking to the heavens for their extraterrestrial fix.
But this isn’t the first time Hollywood is trying to cash in on the threat of alien invasion. Check out the scripts of previous sci-fi blockbusters Independence Day (1996) and War of the Worlds (2005) to find out which one came out on top, scriptwise.
Indiana Jones may very well be one of the most recognizable cinematic icons of our time. And despite the abysmal reception of the franchises’ last installment; the whip-cracking, snake-fearing tomb raider still lives on in his last films.
For fans of this beloved series, here’s the complete collection of Indiana Jones films listed below:
1. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark Script (1981)
2. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Script (1984)
3. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Script (1989)
4. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Script (2008)
Although his more memorable films tackle the trials and triumphs of modern-day African Americans, he still boasts a strong repertoire of movies that tackle everything from lighthearted comedy and edge of your seat suspense.
Check out a collection of Spike Lee’s movie scripts below:
2. Inside Man Script (2006)
3. She Hate Me Script (2004)
4. 25th Hour Script (2002)
6. Summer of Sam Script (1999)
With Dan Akroyd recently going on record that a third Ghostbusters movie is definitely in the works, the Hollywood rumor mills is in already churning out theories on who’s going to be part of the new proton pack wielding gang. And as insider information place Sigourney Weaver and Bill Murray back in the cast, things are looking up for a great comeback for the original ghost busting crew.
After twenty five years since the original movie, it seems like a great time to go back to the scripts that made this franchise one of the most memorable pop-culture milestones of the 1980s.
With two upcoming feature length films The Cross and Now nearing their release on international shores, we can only expect big things from this veteran writer-director.
See a collection of his feature-length written work below:
1. Lord of War Script (2005)
2. The Terminal Script (Dialogue Transcript) (2004)
3. S1mone Script (2002)
4. The Truman Show Script (1998)
5. Gattaca Script (1997)
Writing for one main character is hard enough, but what if you’re writing for three, five, or even more? Whether you’re inclined to call them multiple narratives, parallel narratives, multi plot or ensemble films, scripts with more than one prominent main character is a tough act to write.
Here are our top picks for movie scripts that do a superb job juggling characters, plots and story lines into one action packed movie: