Top 5 Space Film Scripts

Films set in outer space, dealing with extra terrestrial elements and man’s quest for the search of life elsewhere in the universe have been a constant source of fascination for the audience and revenue for Hollywood. These movies, through years, have captured all the fears, hopes, struggle as well as the technological advancement of mankind to perpetuate the space quest. Although before 60s, space film did exist in one form or other, it was really after man set food on Moon that the production of space movies accelerated. While many of them severely lacked imagination and were not much appreciated critically, some of the films contained all the essential elements of art and human imagination.

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey came out in 1968 and it was one of the most debated about films of the year. The explored such themes as the origins of humanity and the technological advancements of mankind. This and other similar films then set in outer space continued the capture the avid attention of the viewers throughout the world. With the advancement of technology, the special effects being utilized in space films have also increased considerably and they continue to improve.

Following are the scripts of 5 of the best space films from Hollywood:
2001: A Space Odyssey Script (1968)
Armageddon Script (1998)
Alien Script (1979)
Star Wars IV: A New Hope Script (1977)
Apollo 13 Script (1995)


Top 5 Gambling Movies

Gambling has always been one of Hollywood’s favorite movie milieus. Whether it’s at the poker, blackjack or craps table, at the casino or amongst back-alley bet setters, nothing turns up the heat like a good old fashioned bluff.

Here are the scripts of our Top 5 Gambling Movies.

1. Casino Script (1995)
2. Rounders Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1998)
3. Maverick Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1994)
4. 21 Script (Dialogue Transcript) (2008)
5. The Cooler Script (2003)

Top 5 Multiple Narrative Movie Scripts

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:

1. Magnolia Script (1999)
2. Babel Script (2006)
3. Crash Script (2004)
4. Go Script (1997)
5. Snatch Script (2001)


Top 5 Prison Movie Scripts

Prison is never a good place to find yourself in, unless you’re in a movie theater and looking for some of the best dramas Hollywood has ever had to over. Prison has always been a popular setting for some of cinema’s best movies, and has also been a great stage for actors to showcase their best work.

Find out which prison movie’s we won’t mind throwing us back into slammer for with the screenplays below:

2. Dead Man Walking Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1995)
4. Escape from Alcatraz Script $ (for Purchase) (1979)

Top 5 Romantic Comedy Movie Scripts

Scripts on Screen
launches its own collection of Top 5 Movie Scripts. Every now and then, we’ll be showcasing our own top screenplay picks for a variety of film genres and themes.

This week, we’re taking a look at Scripts on Screen’s Top 5 Romantic Comedies. Check out the list below for picks from the likes of Woody Allen, Nora Ephron and Rob Reiner.

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