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Hunter Ebert

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Bentley Maguire An Autistic Mobster Story feature
Genre: Crime
Logline: Meet Bentley Enzo Maguire a mobster that has Autism. He is going to help the FBI take the only family he ever knows The Donato Crime Family
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Dibble and Dabble feature
Genre: Comedy
Logline: J Edgar Hoover gives a rookie agent an assignment to bring to justice dangerous radicals...the Marx Brothers.
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SVF: Reborn (First Draft) feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Horror,Thriller
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Honestly, the logline sounds great! However, the structure of the script was just meh meaning pretty bad. However, the dialogue was very entertaining. The character development is overall ok. One thing that really got on my nerves was seeing the watermark of the software that the writer used which is Fade In. Fade In is indeed a great screenwriting software that is used by screenwriters such as Rian Johnson who wrote "Knives Out", and "Stars Wars VIII-The Last Jedi" Gary Whitta who wrote "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", and Craig Mazin who wrote that fantastic tv miniseries " Chernobyl" and so many other writers. I'm very picky when it comes to science-fiction. However, some of the best movies are made in the science-fiction genre. The only science-fiction material I will watch is "War of the Worlds", "Star Trek", "Star Wars", "The Matrix", and "Mr. Robot". Other than that, I stay away from the science-fiction genre. Now, am I saying that the writer did a terrible job, the answer is......no! I honestly felt that this was a very rough first draft. Am I willing to read an improved second draft? The answer to that question is YES! Yes, I would be very willing to read the second draft of this script. The characters of this story are very charming. I must admit, Satan was pretty charming in this story. The length of the screenplay is perfect. It put a huge smile on my face. A typical screenplay for a first-time writer is 90 to 120 excluding the title page. Personally, I have read screenplays that are far worse than this script. But hey, every script could use improvement. Could it be made in a feature film? The answer is........YES!

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SVF: Reborn (First Draft) feature
Genre: Action/Adventure,Horror,Thriller
Logline: Slaying demons and kicking ass are his specialty.
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