Stanley Kubrick Movie Scripts

With a stunning filmography of some of the most iconic films ever made, legendary writer-director Stanley Kubrick requires little to no introduction. From his doomsday black comedy Dr. Strangelove (1964) to his sexual suspense thriller Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Kubrick has solidified his reputation as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.

Browse through his scriptwriting filmography yourself with this complete collection of Stanley Kubrick scripts:

1.  Eyes Wide Shut Script (1999)
2.  Full Metal Jacket Script (1987)
3.  The Shining Script (1980)
4. Barry Lyndon Script (1975)
5.  A Clockwork Orange Script (1971)
6.  2001: A Space Odyssey Script (1968)
7.  Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Script (1964)
8.  Lolita Script (1962)
9.  Spartacus Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1960)
10. Paths of Glory Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1957)
11. The Killing Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1956)
12. The Killer’s Kiss (Dialogue Transcript) (1955)

Top 5 War Movie Scripts

War has always been a popular backdrop for some of the greatest movies in the history of cinema. Whether it’s man’s triumph over evil, or his capability to destroy himself, themes of violence, survival and hope have always played a big role in bringing drama to the people, soldiers and civilians caught in the crossfire.

This week, we look at the Top 5 War Movie Scripts of all time. From Francis Ford Coppola to Stanley Kubrick to Steven Spielberg, check out the list of some of the most epic screenplays for war movies in film history.

1. Apocalypse Now Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1979)
2. Das Boot Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1981)
3. Full Metal Jacket Script (1987)
4. Saving Private Ryan Script (1998)
5. The Thin Red Line Script (1998)