10 best scripts according to American Scriptwriters Guild

  1. millotpue
  2. Millo

I only include 10 (from a 101 list) because some of the movies included look quite absurd to me (well, also in the first 10 too, but I presume it depends on likes and dislikes). But in any case, a tribute to anonymous scriptwriters

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Casablanca 1943,  PG)
It is said is a cliche: well, probably, but it is the perfect cliche. Anything else is a copy from that.
The Godfather 1972,  R)
Chinatown 1974,  R)
Citizen Kane 1941,  PG)
Citizen Kane
For me, it is a movie difficult to valorate: true it was the first one to show some technical effects on cinema, but that is something that was not appreciated in its day but after time, and that is difficult to appreciate now that you have seen the same trick repeated and copied. The narration looked to me a little dull, although, if you look from outside, it is an epic story about an epic man, with great shots. I think other works from Welles show better his geniality, and combine his master for direction with a good story you thrill with. However, it is clear the movie has become iconic.
All About Eve 1950,  PG)
All About Eve
How to be a harpy, advanced course. Not the kind of story which interests me more, but we must recognize dialogs are brilliant.
Annie Hall 1977,  PG)
Sunset Boulevard 1950,  Unrated)
Network 1976,  R)
Some Like It Hot 1959,  Unrated)
The Godfather, Part II 1974,  R)

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  1. Soulsauce
    Soulsauce posted 2 years ago

    Missing The Man Who Came To Dinner, and Garden of Evil.