Quentin Tarantino is undoubtedly one of modern cinema’s living legends. Bursting into the scene with the critically acclaimed debut Reservoir Dogs, Tarantino would later solidify his influence in cinema with his directorial follow, Pulp Fiction. His strong sense for sharp dialogue, graphic violence, and alternative narrative structures have always begun on the page, proving that he is as spirited screenwriter as he is a director.
Listed below are a collection of Tarantino’s penned screenplays.
With over fifteen published novels to his name, Nicholas Sparks is considered to be one of the most successful modern romance novelists of our time. His books have since translated their successes unto the big screen through six film adaptations, with two more already in the works.
Check below for a list of Hollywood adaptations to his bestselling novels.
Hollywood continues to bank on the success of old 80’s franchises with the remake of the 1984 hit, The Karate Kid. With the remake garnering over $50 Million on its stateside opening weekend, the success of this kid-friendly nostalgia-inducing reboot is probably an indication that remakes are here to stay.
Have a look at the original franchise scripts and see how they hold up to this year’s remake.
Based on the books of Robert Ludlum, the Bourne series follows a man’s search for his identity after losing all recollection of himself as a highly-trained special forces operative. Steering clear of the posh and polish of James Bond, Bourne enthralled action fans with the raw grittiness of its action sequences and martial arts set pieces.
With the entire franchise grossing close to a billion dollars world wide, Universal Studios are focused on not letting this series end so easily. But with a fourth film still stuck in development hell, here’s a collection of all the Bourne scripts to tide fans over.
Recognized as one of the most influential filmmakers in cinema history, Orson Welles is more popularly known for creating what many ascribe to be the greatest film of all time: Citizen Kane.
Having worked extensively in film, television, theatre and radio, Welles’ artistic talents went far beyond what was seen on camera.
His feature length screenplays are timecapsules of their own, giving us a glimpse of the sense and style of filmmaking from a bygone era. But Scripts on Screen have managed to dig up a number of these gems for your reference.
Check the list below for a collection of his feature length screenplays. Scripts for sale are noted by a $.
J.R.R Tolkien’s timeless tale of good vs. evil successfully revitalized the big-budget fantasy genre when the Lord of the Rings burst into theaters back in 2001.
But with MGM Studio’s financial woes putting production of the trilogy’s much-anticipated prequel The Hobbit on hold, fans are still going back to the original films to satiate their hunger for everything Middle-Earth.
See the words that fueled the films with the complete collection of Lord of the Rings scripts listed below.
Ethan and Joel Coen, more popularly known as the Coen brothers, have made a name for themselves with their own brand of dark humor and quirky comedy.After garnering critical success with their academy award winning screenplay for Fargo (1996), the Coen brothers’ reputation for tightly written and excellently directed films were only further proven with films such as The Big Lebowski (1998) and O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). More recently, the brothers have gone on to win the Academy Award for Best picture for their film No Country for Old Men (2007). Nominations for Best Original Screenplay for Burn After Reading (2008) and A Serious Man (2009) soon followed from both the BAFTA and the Academy respectively.
Known as the “two-headed director” within industry circles, this writing and directing tandem only proves the age old maxim that two heads are indeed better than one.
Check out this tandem’s impeccable writing filmography in the scripts below: