Top 5 3D Animated Movie Scripts

Animated movies have come a long way since their paper drawn, cell-animation days. Now, animated movies have earned both the same respect and prestige of their live-action counterparts.

The decades long stigma that animated features were best left for children is now long gone. Now, animated movies — when guided by the right hands — can provide the same breathtaking visuals and emotionally compelling storytelling that even adults can enjoy.

Below are a list of our five picks for Top 3D Animated Movie Scripts:

1. Up Script (2009)
2. Finding Nemo Script (2003)
3. Shrek Script (2001)
4. Wall-E Script (2008)
5. The Incredibles Script (2004)

Top 5 Teacher Movie Scripts

Teachers have always been a favorite profession for characters in cinema, and classrooms their complimentary setting. Countless films have been based on the tried and tested formula of a teacher-classroom relationship, where the students also end up educating the teacher as much as he or she has.

Listed below are the Top 5 Teacher Movie Scripts that have turned regular classroom fair into cinematic classics.

1. Dead Poets Society Script (1989)
2. Mr. Holland’s Opus Script (1995)
3. To Sir With Love Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1967)
4. Dangerous Minds Script (1995)
5. Goodnight Mr. Chips Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1939)

Top 5 Comic Superhero Scripts

Hollywood has been milking the superhero genre for quite sometime now. And though analysts are predicting that it’s only a matter of time before audiences grow tired of his overdone trend, there still have been some notable works that have come out from the woodwork.

And with films like Green Lantern, Captain America, The Avengers and a third Batman film still in the works, we only have to wait and see if there will be more.

Check out a collection of the Top 5 Comic Superhero scripts listed below:

2. Spiderman 2 Script (2004) (Dialogue Transcript)
3. X-Men 2 Script (2003)
4. Iron Man Script (2008) (Dialogue Transcript)
5. The Incredible Hulk Script (2008) $ (for Purchase)

Top 5 Musicals Movie Scripts

Musical theater has always been a great source of inspiration for cinema. And although musicals have never been a favorite amongst movie goers since the days of Singing in the Rain (1952), Hollywood has recently seen a renaissance of singer actors.

Whether it’s Broadway renditions original musical mash ups, it looks like musical cinema is here to stay.

Check out our list of top 5 musical movie scripts.

1. Moulin Rouge Script (Dialogue Transcript)
2. Chicago Script (Dialogue Transcript)
3. Sweeney Todd Script
4. Hairspray Script (Dialogue Transcript)
5. Phantom of the Opera (Dialogue Transcript)

Top 5 Movie Comic Book Adaptations

Superheroes aren’t the only comic book properties that are squeezing their way into cinemas these days. Comics are turning into such hot properties that even lesser known franchises are catching Hollywood’s eye. See just how well Hollywood’s top comic properties have jumped from the comic panels to the big screen.

Check out our Top 5 Movie Comic Adaptations below:

1. The Watchmen Script (2009)
2. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Script (PDF Download) (2010)
3. The Losers Script (PDF Download) (2010)
4. Red Script (Dialogue Transcript) (2010)
5. 300 Script (Dialogue Transcript) (2010)

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 Christmas Movie Scripts

Christmas time is here again, and what better way to celebrate the yuletide season than with a truck load of  Christmas movies to keep the spirit alive well unto the New Year. So warm yourself by your television sets and kick back with some good holiday cinematic-cheer.

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)

Top 5 Gangster Movie Scripts

Whoever said that “crimes does not pay” probably didn’t watch a lot of movies. Gangster films have been the bread and butter of many of Hollywood’s most prized actors and directors for as long as anyone can remember.And whether it’s the seductive life of crime or the constant struggle of good and evil that have been the big lure at the box-office, directors like Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese have made a name for themselves by filming crime lords and mob bosses.

This week, Scripts on Screen looks at some of the best gangster screenplays of all time:

1. Godfather Script (1972)
2. Goodfellas Script (1990)
3. Scarface Script (1983)
4. Casino Script (1995)
5. Miller’s Crossing Script (1990)

Top 5 Sports Movies Scripts

Hollywood has loved sports for as long as there’s been a camera to film it. Hinging on the drama of competition and the thrill of glory, sports films have always managed to unite audiences through our unspoken need to root for the underdog.

This week, we take a look at the Top 5 Sports Movies Scripts of all time. Check out the list below for those who’ve managed to reach the finish line with a medal around their necks.

1. A League of Their Own Script $ (for Purchase) (1992)
2. Any Given Sunday Script (1999)
3. For Love of the Game Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1999)
4. Tin Cup Script (1996)
5. He Got Game Script (Dialogue Transcript) (1998)

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)