Kaari Mcbride

Aspiring Screenwriter

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Screenplays: 0
Reviews: 1
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Short Bio

Hi, I don't have anything impressive to say. I'm here to hopefully help some people out with their ideas, talk about what works, what doesn't, and why, and get practice writing down my thoughts instead of just blabbing them to no one.

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Kaari Mcbride completed a review for
7 months ago
Westphall tv series
Genre: Comedy
Review Rating:
A simple background character from a sitcom learns that his television world is just one of many.

This pilot does an impeccable job of showing the limitless potential of its premise. Effortlessly blending the off beat comedic style of a Community with the dimension hopping parody of a Rick and Morty, Westphall promises clever dialogue, interesting characters, and an emotional element that works just as well as everything else. The characters are strong, within the cold open we get everything we need to know about them, though some foreshadowing into what genre of show Chuck and Jenny are originally from would make Chuck's reveal towards the end that much more impactful, perhaps they connect on some innocuous thing that the others don't quite understand but doesn't give it away fully. The main plot is strong, it does feel a tiny but rushed at times, but mainly due to the quick pacing. This story had everything it needed to have, though it slowed down a bit in the second act. Mycroft was the least interesting Character in this particular episode personality wise, there were certain aspects of his character that could be brought forward to give him a real moment within the script whether comedic or dramatic. The more dramatic moments were all done very well and give us a good idea of what to expect from the character arcs. All in all it was a very good script, I'm kind of at a loss as far as things to say about it. It's just fantastic and I'm excited to see where it goes.

11 months ago
2 reviews
37 pages
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Westphall
TV Series

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11 months ago | 2 reviews | 37 pages
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Kaari Mcbride

Aspiring Screenwriter

Reviewer Rating:
Screenplays: 0
Reviews: 1
Enjoys:

Short Bio

Hi, I don't have anything impressive to say. I'm here to hopefully help some people out with their ideas, talk about what works, what doesn't, and why, and get practice writing down my thoughts instead of just blabbing them to no one.

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Westphall
TV Series

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11 months ago | 2 reviews | 37 pages
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Westphall
TV Series

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11 months ago | 2 reviews | 37 pages
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Recent Activity

Kaari Mcbride completed a review for
7 months ago
Westphall tv series
Genre: Comedy
Review Rating:
A simple background character from a sitcom learns that his television world is just one of many.

This pilot does an impeccable job of showing the limitless potential of its premise. Effortlessly blending the off beat comedic style of a Community with the dimension hopping parody of a Rick and Morty, Westphall promises clever dialogue, interesting characters, and an emotional element that works just as well as everything else. The characters are strong, within the cold open we get everything we need to know about them, though some foreshadowing into what genre of show Chuck and Jenny are originally from would make Chuck's reveal towards the end that much more impactful, perhaps they connect on some innocuous thing that the others don't quite understand but doesn't give it away fully. The main plot is strong, it does feel a tiny but rushed at times, but mainly due to the quick pacing. This story had everything it needed to have, though it slowed down a bit in the second act. Mycroft was the least interesting Character in this particular episode personality wise, there were certain aspects of his character that could be brought forward to give him a real moment within the script whether comedic or dramatic. The more dramatic moments were all done very well and give us a good idea of what to expect from the character arcs. All in all it was a very good script, I'm kind of at a loss as far as things to say about it. It's just fantastic and I'm excited to see where it goes.

11 months ago
2 reviews
37 pages
Kaari Mcbride just joined ScriptMother!
7 months ago