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Submitted Work

Movie Projects

Scripts

Title Average Rating Downloads Date
Created

RUNES David Jack's 2nd Draft (Script 2)

3.0 stars
(1)
13 02/10/12

RUNES David Jack's Original Draft (Script 1)

No rating
6 02/03/12

America's Ben Franklin in: The Electrocution String David Jack's 1st Draft (Script 43)

No rating
18 01/28/12

Series Projects

Pilot Scripts

Title Average Rating Plays/
Downloads
Date
Created

Throne That! Pilot Script 1 - 1st Draft

No rating
4 05/28/13

TABLOID Pilot Script 1 - Original Version

4.0 stars
(2)
15 06/16/12

Mini-bibles

Title Average Rating Plays/
Downloads
Date
Created

TABLOID Mini-bible 1 - TABLOID

No rating
12 06/16/12

Reviews David Jack Has Written

Life As Weird, Pilot Script 1 - Life As Weird Pilot

4 stars
Really like this WEIRD family in the classic Malcolm in the Middle, Wonder Years, family sitcom. I laughed. Seems a bit short at 23 pages, maybe you need a "B" storyline to run alongside the A?
July 04, 2012

World's Finest..., Pilot Script 1 - Episode 1: All of The World's Finest In One Place

3 stars
I like the comedy premise -- sort of Chuck/Alias feel with Secret CIA saving the world & comedy ensues. The pilot needs punching up gag wise, and less "family" relationships in the team, as in none.
June 24, 2012

The Pilgrim Seed, Revell's Original Draft

1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Good first draft, some gripping set-pieces, will benefit from a second pass.

Overall Recommendation:
3 stars
 
Premise:
4 stars
 
Story structure:
3 stars
 
Character:
2 stars
 
Dialogue:
3 stars
 
Emotion:
3 stars
 
February 03, 2012
 

Favorite Movies

Spartan; Some Like It Hot; Dr. Strangelove; Chinatown; Dead of Night; Alien/s; Black Hawk Down; North by Northwest; Bladerunner; Full Metal Jacket; Pulp Fiction; Terminator; Annie Hall; Manhattan; Reservoir Dogs; Rosemary's Baby; Goodfellas;
 

Influences

MAMET... Scorcese, Ridley Scott, Billy Wilder, David Lynch, William Goldman, Hitchcock, Polanski, David Fincher, Kathryn Bigelow, Jane Austen, Dickens, Robert Crais, Denis Lehane, Joss Whedon, Larry David, Jeffrey Deaver, David Hockney, Henry Moore,