Reid Barwick

Establishing Shot

Reviewer Rating: | Screenplays: 5 | Reviews: 3

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Reid Barwick completed a review for
3 days ago
The choice short
Genre: Crime,Drama
Review Rating:
Can everybody stay in the right path even in the worst possible situation

The script is very disjointed. It really isn't clear in the set of the opening scenes if the intent is either a dream of flashback, The utilization of the watch as the symbolic tie between the father and son does tie into the son's other issues at the moment. The police station sequence is very wording, and dialog is more story telling than any realistic police conversation you would witness or overhear. Nor would the cop in the holding cell with the suspect probably want to sit down to an administrative cop and say, "let me tell you a story." A lot of the key tension dialog between Cobb and his antagonist seem to be public discussions in venues that would not occur in reality as Cobb's supervisors issues with Cobb not willing to take money to get along. The family members who ask Cobb to consider eliminating the robbery suspect in a conversation in the middle of the police parking lot. Some of the other set up aren't clear as establishing two different hospitals reflect real time events of Cobb's son in duress, and Cobb in another hospital to guard but really eliminate the robbery suspect. It us also loaded with what not to do if you are part of a crime: Like being followed up by Cobb's contractors confronting him in the surveilled hospital lobby regarding whether the suspect was dead or not. It is a story that probably should end in tragedy, but it doesn't. That's all you need to know.Writ

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a short script
4 days ago
The choice short
Genre: Crime,Drama
Can everybody stay in the right path even in the worst possible situation
Reid Barwick uploaded a feature screenplay
1 week ago
HAVE A GOOD ONE feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
After his wife's sudden passing, Rache Dumont spirals into a vigilante anger for what he believes are injustices unpunished.
Reid Barwick uploaded a feature screenplay
1 week ago
HAVE A GOOD ONE feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
After his wife's sudden passing, Rache Dumont spirals into a vigilante anger for what he believes are injustices unpunished.
Reid Barwick completed a review for
1 week ago
Plans are Fantasies: Episode 1 - "Pilot" tv series
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Mystery/Suspense
Review Rating:
Plans and fantasies have one thing in common, they aren’t going to happen exactly as you planned. Rosh and Sal collectively learn this as they realize how struggles and setbacks can fuel a lot of change, even in the span of a few months.

The writer attempts to do too many things in this relatively short script. He tries to establish a connection between Rosh and Sal. Although he may be getting to display some unkind adolescent behavior relationship between each other, Rosh may have wanted to decided to move on a long time ago. There is parts of the script that are unnecessary in trying to develop the characters' behaviors and relationship: i.e. cinematic editing comments. There is also a point which Rosh makes an off camera comment, which is unexplained as it only happens once. If there was some intent to make this a biographic narrative by one of the character, it should start at the beginning as the is the story of my coming of age, or I'm 18 and haven't asked a girl out yet. The writer uses flashback to help profile the relationship of the two primary characters. There's really know defining incident or experience which binds these two together. There relationship is pretty much the same: They are awkward with each other and greater in their social environment. A lot of time of is sitting on a park bench. We're waiting for something important in character development to happen. It doesn't The pivotal scene is the cafeteria scene Sal attempts to ask Lira on a date, but can't bring himself to do it in the manner he wants in front of other people. He asks his friend for help. His answer is to do a dumpster dive in to the cafeteria trash can. Neither realistic option, sympathetic, or funny if that was the attempt. The conclusion of having a new last minute female character Tracey serendipitously deliver Lira on a double date make you ask "Really?" This is your solution.

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a television script
1 week ago
Plans are Fantasies: Episode 1 - "Pilot" tv series
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Mystery/Suspense
Plans and fantasies have one thing in common, they aren’t going to happen exactly as you planned. Rosh and Sal collectively learn this as they realize how struggles and setbacks can fuel a lot of change, even in the span of a few months.
Reid Barwick uploaded a television screenplay
1 week ago
Rapture of Elle Divine tv series
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
Jesus Christ has been handed over the family business which is a mess. She returns to earth during a pandemic as Elle Divine to begins fix things gone wrong over the past two millennia with female disciples.
Reid Barwick completed a review for
1 week ago
James Bond 007-Long Love Lost short
Genre: Action/Adventure,Mystery/Suspense,Drama
Review Rating:
Bond has a wild adventure ahead of him with his arch nemesis Blofeld.

There is too much of the historic Bond cinematic references which we already are aware. There is an assumption that the view already knows Bond' character. Dialog is more America than a cheeky stylized British understatement to make a point. There is no real character development, and too many characters and issues are introduced to really want to understand what the author is trying to accomplish in this short stew of classic characters and disjointed action which really don't reflect those we are familiar with in the Bond genre. It would be best to start with opening event with how the explosion is planted or composed, and the initial MI-6 reaction, and finding the agent would is best equipped to figure what they're up against. Then let your hero decide if he's up to it one more time. But we know that too has already seen the cinematic light of day.

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a short script
1 week ago
James Bond 007-Long Love Lost short
Genre: Action/Adventure,Mystery/Suspense,Drama
Bond has a wild adventure ahead of him with his arch nemesis Blofeld.

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The choice
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Reid Barwick

Establishing Shot

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Reid Barwick completed a review for
3 days ago
The choice short
Genre: Crime,Drama
Review Rating:
Can everybody stay in the right path even in the worst possible situation

The script is very disjointed. It really isn't clear in the set of the opening scenes if the intent is either a dream of flashback, The utilization of the watch as the symbolic tie between the father and son does tie into the son's other issues at the moment. The police station sequence is very wording, and dialog is more story telling than any realistic police conversation you would witness or overhear. Nor would the cop in the holding cell with the suspect probably want to sit down to an administrative cop and say, "let me tell you a story." A lot of the key tension dialog between Cobb and his antagonist seem to be public discussions in venues that would not occur in reality as Cobb's supervisors issues with Cobb not willing to take money to get along. The family members who ask Cobb to consider eliminating the robbery suspect in a conversation in the middle of the police parking lot. Some of the other set up aren't clear as establishing two different hospitals reflect real time events of Cobb's son in duress, and Cobb in another hospital to guard but really eliminate the robbery suspect. It us also loaded with what not to do if you are part of a crime: Like being followed up by Cobb's contractors confronting him in the surveilled hospital lobby regarding whether the suspect was dead or not. It is a story that probably should end in tragedy, but it doesn't. That's all you need to know.Writ

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a short script
4 days ago
The choice short
Genre: Crime,Drama
Can everybody stay in the right path even in the worst possible situation
Reid Barwick uploaded a feature screenplay
1 week ago
HAVE A GOOD ONE feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
After his wife's sudden passing, Rache Dumont spirals into a vigilante anger for what he believes are injustices unpunished.
Reid Barwick uploaded a feature screenplay
1 week ago
HAVE A GOOD ONE feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
After his wife's sudden passing, Rache Dumont spirals into a vigilante anger for what he believes are injustices unpunished.
Reid Barwick completed a review for
1 week ago
Plans are Fantasies: Episode 1 - "Pilot" tv series
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Mystery/Suspense
Review Rating:
Plans and fantasies have one thing in common, they aren’t going to happen exactly as you planned. Rosh and Sal collectively learn this as they realize how struggles and setbacks can fuel a lot of change, even in the span of a few months.

The writer attempts to do too many things in this relatively short script. He tries to establish a connection between Rosh and Sal. Although he may be getting to display some unkind adolescent behavior relationship between each other, Rosh may have wanted to decided to move on a long time ago. There is parts of the script that are unnecessary in trying to develop the characters' behaviors and relationship: i.e. cinematic editing comments. There is also a point which Rosh makes an off camera comment, which is unexplained as it only happens once. If there was some intent to make this a biographic narrative by one of the character, it should start at the beginning as the is the story of my coming of age, or I'm 18 and haven't asked a girl out yet. The writer uses flashback to help profile the relationship of the two primary characters. There's really know defining incident or experience which binds these two together. There relationship is pretty much the same: They are awkward with each other and greater in their social environment. A lot of time of is sitting on a park bench. We're waiting for something important in character development to happen. It doesn't The pivotal scene is the cafeteria scene Sal attempts to ask Lira on a date, but can't bring himself to do it in the manner he wants in front of other people. He asks his friend for help. His answer is to do a dumpster dive in to the cafeteria trash can. Neither realistic option, sympathetic, or funny if that was the attempt. The conclusion of having a new last minute female character Tracey serendipitously deliver Lira on a double date make you ask "Really?" This is your solution.

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a television script
1 week ago
Plans are Fantasies: Episode 1 - "Pilot" tv series
Genre: Comedy,Romance,Mystery/Suspense
Plans and fantasies have one thing in common, they aren’t going to happen exactly as you planned. Rosh and Sal collectively learn this as they realize how struggles and setbacks can fuel a lot of change, even in the span of a few months.
Reid Barwick uploaded a television screenplay
1 week ago
Rapture of Elle Divine tv series
Genre: Action/Adventure,Drama,Crime
Jesus Christ has been handed over the family business which is a mess. She returns to earth during a pandemic as Elle Divine to begins fix things gone wrong over the past two millennia with female disciples.
Reid Barwick completed a review for
1 week ago
James Bond 007-Long Love Lost short
Genre: Action/Adventure,Mystery/Suspense,Drama
Review Rating:
Bond has a wild adventure ahead of him with his arch nemesis Blofeld.

There is too much of the historic Bond cinematic references which we already are aware. There is an assumption that the view already knows Bond' character. Dialog is more America than a cheeky stylized British understatement to make a point. There is no real character development, and too many characters and issues are introduced to really want to understand what the author is trying to accomplish in this short stew of classic characters and disjointed action which really don't reflect those we are familiar with in the Bond genre. It would be best to start with opening event with how the explosion is planted or composed, and the initial MI-6 reaction, and finding the agent would is best equipped to figure what they're up against. Then let your hero decide if he's up to it one more time. But we know that too has already seen the cinematic light of day.

Reid Barwick just claimed a review for a short script
1 week ago
James Bond 007-Long Love Lost short
Genre: Action/Adventure,Mystery/Suspense,Drama
Bond has a wild adventure ahead of him with his arch nemesis Blofeld.