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(Slate)   Screenplay written by 19-year-old film nerd about film nerd struggling to make it as Hollywood actor is widely acclaimed by film nerds as best unproduced screenplay of all time. Naturally, no one has been able to greenlight it for 34 years   ( divider line
    More: Strange, Hollywood, Boris Karloff, Tower of London, The Great Gatsby, Richard III, Romancing the Stone, studio executive, masterpiece  
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2936 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 17 Nov 2012 at 7:22 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-11-17 08:40:01 AM  
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If it were such an awesome screenplay it would have been filmed years ago.

When you look at the low/no budget indie films that have been produced and performed spectacularly well in the intervening decades it tells me that there is something flawed with the story or script.

I do agree with the writer of TFA when he complains about the template/cookie cutter nature of screenplays coming out of Hollywood right now. When I can predict with near accuracy spoken lines, action on screen or plot points well in advance of the onscreen reveal it says a lot about what is coming out of Hollywood as entertainment.
2012-11-17 08:18:43 AM  
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Is this really a movie that would find common ground with anybody but people consumed by Hollywood backstage drama?
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