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My Best Friend is a Toaster

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A man decides to rob a liquor store with the help of his appliances, and his best friend is a toaster

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Peer Rating: 65%
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3 Reviews | 100 pages | 7 months ago | Draft 1

Summary

Think of the most milquetoast person you know. Got it? Good. That's Tim. Today, Tim has decided that, in order to change his life, he must rob his old work place. With the help of his friends, in case being standard household appliances, Tim will experience a rollercoaster of highs and lows and try to come out somewhat alright in the end.

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Peer Reviews

This was definitely an interesting script to read. Here were my thoughts:

1. Concept - I originally thought this was gonna be aimed for kids considering the title and such, but nope! You made this a more mature take and I loved it.

2. Story - I definitely enjoyed the fact that you went with a more Seth Rogan approach with your story rather than the average predictable kid-friendly storytelling that we've heard a million times. The story was...

7 months ago | read more...
Cyle Brooks Top Reviewer
The first thing that should be applauded for is the premise. It is extremely original and provides lots of possibility, and you take lots of unique turns with the plot with how it all turns out to be Tim's own insanity. Reading the script is definitely a lot of fun and shows how lonely Tim is with his life, and what happens throughout. Tim's connections with the appliances, while somewhat creepy, definitely show real chemistry and it even made me...

6 months ago | read more...
Advait Dantuluri Top Reviewer
The story intrigues me, however the formatting could use some work.

First things first "Think of the most milquetoast person you know. Got it? Good.
That's TIM (20s). Now, you've met Tim. You might not remember
meeting him, but you've definitely met him at least twice." - This sounds like narration dialogue so I would suggest making it (O.S.) and not an action because otherwise your audience won't know what to visualize since you've made it...

6 months ago | read more...

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