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Steven Gibson

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drama
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When I was born I was diagnosed with high functioning autism which make things hard for me, determined not to let my disability get me down. I started to write screenplays and I discovered that with my disability comes creativity .I have always had an interest in screenwriting. When I was in high school, I started to write my first script about 5 human size Koala Bears who use their martial arts skills to fight crime and villains. After high school, I started to write scripts for a hobby and I love what I do. I am currently writing scripts for each 1 of my favorite movie studios and TV studios. I have always been a fan of movies, TV shows, cartoons and anime, so I have decided to write my own movies, TV shows, cartoons and anime. I have even written episodes for each of the series that I am working on and scripts for movie franchises. My true dream career is to become a screenwriter for both the movie and TV industries. I am working on a copy of a cartoon series for Nickelodeon hoping they will accept it. I hope the Koala Bear cartoon series that money earned from the cartoon will go to help protect koalas in the wild and save the species. I am also writing other scripts for other movie studios that I like, like Disney, Cartoon Network, Warner Bros, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, and Bulmhouse. For a while now, I have had some trouble trying to get my scripts published, getting no responses from the websites or companies I emailed. It’s hard to get a screenplay writing job. So I hope that this website will work for me. Another reason I wrote these scripts is to have them produced before my grandmother dies. I also get my scripts edited by an editor named Alma Sanders. I have already copyrighted some of my work and I hope that anyone who is looking at my profile will have the connections that I need to break into the industry.


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Scripts: 0
Reviews: 6

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Steven Gibson completed a review for
10 months ago
Jameson Program feature
Genre: Comedy
Review Rating:

This is such a great script you have written and while I continue to read it and I get to know more about the conflict of the story and the development of each character. While I read the script even more, I vision what the characters in your script look like, and they look amazing. While reading it, I think that this script shall have a rated R rating because there are some swear words in the movie. While reading your script, I notice it that this script of yours is very funny. This movie is a mixture of spoof comedy and regular comedy. I really like the part in the script where a customer walks into a Donut shop and ask for ice cream, and he looks confused and Camaro told him that he is in a donut shop. And in the other scene where the medical says "A really F***ing lot" that is 1 funny scene. I really like the 1 scene where the female character has a lot of food, but she is not going to eat it all and she ask if he would help her eat it all. I also like the part in the script that 1 of the characters can't find porn ono his laptop. Some of these scenes in your script are very funny. Like the 1 scene where the character is nervous because there are 2 guys in black suits come into the Donut shop asking for him. Some of this scripts dialog is also funny, like when 1 of the characters say "if I die it's all your fault" that is funny. While I continue to read the script, I notice there are some conflict into this comedy script of yours and I have to say that it's great work. While I read the script even more I really notice that there are a lot of crisis and comedy in the script. And in the script, the character notice that the company he is working for is very secretive that is a great thing to put in the script. I also like the part where the are little challenges in the story where some of the characters have to be put into groups for challenges. I also like where you put in some real life people into the script too, like in the actions and in some of the dialog that is great thing to put it in the script. All of these things are very great things that you put in the script. I believe that you have a great chance into writing comedy films in the future. Whoever reads this shall contact you into making your script into a real movie.

Steven Gibson just claimed a review for a script.
10 months ago
Jameson Program feature
Genre: Comedy
Logline: Needing to pay his uncles medical bills Casey Swift risk his relationship buy working for the man his girlfriend hates the most.
Steven Gibson completed a review for
10 months ago
Top Shelf feature
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Action/Adventure
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This script is so great. This is a great one. I love it. While I am reading it, the movie script begins in a bar with a hockey team is such a good idea for the beginning of the story. Is great in the beginning in the first couple of pages that we are introduced to a very shy character to the story, that is such a great beginning, I know that he is a shy guy he is just playing games on his phone. While reading the script, I vision what the bar and settings look like. Words on s script are great to describe the setting of the scene. You also did great work and detail on what the characters look like and describing their actions in the script. It's good that you put some characters in the script that are the main character's relatives, that is a great touch. I like the idea of having the main character of the story to be a shy guy, who is also anti-social. .It's a good idea you put down some noticeable songs into the story, that is a great touch. While reading the script, there are some more interesting features to the script. Like you describe more of the settings and actions to the script. I also like the idea of having the main character getting out from his comfort zone and trying something different for a change, but suddenly gets into an accident and injured himself, and suddenly he starts to come back into his comfort zone because he has long self-esteem from the injury. It's a good thing that family is in the script also, like the main character's mother comes to his aid when he got injured. I like the idea of making the script a hockey theme. I also like the theming to the script, having a hockey player to relive the same day over and over again. It's a good idea to put in a time loop story into the mix. With all time loop theme movies the main character have to find away out of the time loop into completing the story. While reading the story, there are great details to the script that you put into the same detail from the previous scenes of the script and copying them into another scene of the film. I also like the idea of having the other characters in the script thinking that the main character of the film is crazy, but he is telling the truth to them. I also like the country where the movie is being located. I like the idea of having the movie being set in Canada. In the script, I like the main character's crush encouraging him into being himself instead of being someone he is not to meant to be.

Hunter P.
Thank you so much for your great review. I'm so glad you liked it. One note though, the movie is set in Minnesota, not Canada. Although, a Canadian city is mentioned as a place the team had a tournament at.
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10 months ago
Top Shelf feature
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Action/Adventure
Logline: A socially-awkward hockey player is forced to relive the day of his Champion Chip game over and over again until he wins.
Steven Gibson completed a review for
10 months ago
Christmas Cards feature
Genre: Family
Review Rating:

This is a perfect year to post a movie script for the holidays. This script is beautiful, amazing, magical and nice. With all Christmas movies, they have to have, heart, drama, love, and a perfect message. With all Christmas movies, they all have to be family friendly, and this script of yours deliver. I love all modern holiday movies, like How the Grinch who stole Christmas, Elf and Christmas with the Kranks, I also enjoy the Christmas Vacation movie, and while I am reading yours, this Christmas script with become the next big Christmas movie. With all other scripts I review on this website, they all have to have detail and description, and your script describes the story perfectly. And with some holiday movies, they have great imagination scenes, and some of them in this script are perfect. While reading the script, I see in the beginning that the main character is excited for Christmas, like with all other kids these days, the child's mind has an unlimited imagination of what they are going to get for Christmas, but I like the main character of the story, instead of wanting a toy for Christmas, goes and works for Christmas, by selling Christmas cards that he found in the attic. I also like the part where the main character has friends introduced into the script, that is a perfect touch of characters. I also like there is some class issues in the script also, like the upper class can easily afford stuff while some of the other classes have to work to get what they want in life. I also like the part where at the school, it's a St. school and the teacher is a nun I really like the religious elements in the script also. While I am continuing to read the story, I read the part in the script where the Main Character's father had an accident at work and he is unable to work because of his accident. I also like the part where Tony and his brother found the Christmas cards in the attic. I also like the part where the main character is bullied by the other kids. I also like the part of the script where the main character's brother encourage him into selling the Christmas cards from the attic. I also like the part where the Main character is preparing for selling out Christmas cards out into the public. I also like the parts of the script that also focuses on more then 1 character of the story, like another character, who has trouble with family life. I also like the part where the main character is motivated by the Christmas cards to sell them to raise money for his family for Christmas time. With all Christmas movies during the holiday season they are heart warming and magical and this 1 certainly delivers on heartwarming.

D Scott
Thank you so much for your review. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Your words of encouragement mean a lot and they motivate me to keep writing.
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Love this! Keep up the good work guys.
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Steven Gibson just claimed a review for a script.
10 months ago
Christmas Cards feature
Genre: Family
Logline: When his father is rendered unable to work, an imaginative young boy sets out to sell Christmas cards to raise money and help his poor family celebrate the holidays.
Steven Gibson completed a review for
10 months ago
Varkazana Ascension feature
Genre: Horror
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I love the concept and idea of the story, instead of humans surviving a zombie apocalypse they have to survive an apocalypse of werewolves. This reminds me of that scene from the Trick r Treat movie. I love the idea of you writing down the Spanish words in the script too, while reading it I learn some of the Spanish language . This script of yours also includes Hispanic people into the story and also with African Americans. I like these zombie apocalypse stories and scripts on how different people must come together into surviving an apocalypse. In all zombie apocalypse movies, there are a lot of obstacles for the main characters to get around them, this is a perfect idea for a movie script. Instead of zombies there are werewolves. I love the idea of having different types of detention rooms in the story. While I read the script, I vision the detail and what the characters look like. While I red the script, I vision the same thing that zombie apocalypse movies are vision in. The scenes you described are amazing. While reading some of the screens, the characters have to survive through a dangerous world. And along the way, there are some characters that the main characters bump into. The description in the script is good. You put underlines on some of the words in the characters' dialog. I like that you put in some funny and some cheerful scenes in the script. In some horror movies there has to be some cheeriness and some funny parts in the movie. I love the idea of you putting in some religious elements into your script. Like in the flashback you put in Adam and Eve into the screenplay. I also like that you put numbers along side on the script. There are some teacher and student elements to the screenplay also, that is a perfect touch for a movie script. You also put some describing dialog in the script too, along with describing the scene and actions in words. And there is also some bolded words into the dialog also, that is a perfect touch. This movie idea of yours is a perfect example that there is script writing talent out there. I absolutely think that this movie shall become the next Walking Dead, the next World War Z, the next Resident Evil or the next big thing that comes out in the horror movie genre

Steven Gibson just claimed a review for a script.
10 months ago
Varkazana Ascension feature
Genre: Horror
Logline: They were once sentinels to protect humanity. That era is over. The werewolf apocalypse has begun.
Steven Gibson completed a review for
10 months ago
Aberrant feature
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy,Romance,Drama
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I love the script and the type of genre of the story it has. I love the idea of you getting inspiration and getting inspired from a book you read. I love the way you put as must detail as possible into your script including amazing words in the script. I also like how you underline some of the words you picked out in your script to put lines under them. I also like the parts in the script that the character is starting the day. I love the concept of the story that starts with romance in the first pages and a bit of sexuality in the story. I also like that you also put parentheticals in your scripts too. I also notice that there are some humourist parts in the script putting some funny parts into the story. I also like the parts of the story that the people around the main character are transforming into anthropomorphic animals with animal features. I also like the part of the story there is a mean boss in the script, but he then turns into a nice guy, but he isn't. While I continue to read the script I notice the script is for an adult audience. I also visualize the characters while I continue reading the script, I know how each character sounds like and what they look like from the description from the details from the script. I also like how you put on the script that 2 characters are talking at the same time. While I continue to read your script, I learn more about your characters. I like the main character of your script, she was in trouble at work and feels uncomfortable with her boss. I also like the idea of race problems in your script, it shows that there are troubles with race in the world even in fiction. The story the fictional government aren't treating people like they want too. I also learn in the story that people who turn 25 they can't marry. I also like there are some backstories in your characters. I also like in the story that there is also a crisis on love like in flashbacks. And there is some drama in the flashbacks. I like the idea that you put some tragedy and destruction in the script, like the restaurant explosion. And I like the idea that there is some animal cruelty in the story, that also effects the humans in the story.

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10 months ago
Aberrant feature
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy,Romance,Drama
Logline: In a world much like ours, a woman is pulled into events that will forever change her life on her 25th birthday.