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I remember you

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December 31, 2010
overall i like the story, but i think the corrupt land deal is a nobel cause to lure the "feel good" crowd just not enough to get my juices going. Maybe if something was uncovered that could be traced to the white house? Also many people who suffer traumatic brain injuries have changed perspectives after the incident, maybe in this case the lead could have awakened to discover he had the use of part of his brain most people never realize.
 
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Wow!

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5 stars
 
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5 stars
 
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4 stars
 
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5 stars
 
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December 30, 2010
I agreed to review the first 15 pages of this script, but I must confess that I was so involved in the story that I read more. I love the way this story unfolds. The main character has come out of a coma, his wife is dead and he has no memory. The character is learning details about his life as I am learning. I love this method of discovery. And the concept that he is a better person than he was is brilliant!

I have never lost my memory but it must be confusing. I love how this script bombards the character with people and information he had forgotten. I imagine it's very realistic.

I would love to watch this movie.
 
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Impressive

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4 stars
 
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December 30, 2010
Had an agreement with the author to review the first 15 pages, so here goes: Very impressive! It starts out fast and sucks the reader in immediately. The basic premise of a man with amnesia is inherently interesting, and this screenplay does a great job of immediately setting things up and keeping things moving. Character and dialogue were solid.

Technically the script was well written, although I would advise against describing where to place the opening credits. There were also a few instances where sounds were not capitalized, but no majors problems. You've got a very solid first 15 pages, so well done.
 

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