Sometimes, even a flawed script can give you tremendous insights as a writer, not only as to what makes a screenplay succeed or fail, but also about the strengths and weaknesses of your own writing.
So, in today’s podcast, as we talk about 50 Shades of Grey, we’re going to be setting aside the question of whether or not it is a good movie, whether or not you enjoyed 50 Shades of Grey or found it sexy, or even if you thought it was a reliable adaptation.
Instead, let’s look at 50 Shades of Grey and think about what could have made it a great script. And how those lessons can apply to your own writing.
Listen to the full podcast below. And check out some of my other writing resources.
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