Screenwriter DVD Reviews

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Monday Morning Editor’s Picks: Screenwriting DVDs

As I hunted through my resources this weekend, I came across some screenwriting DVDs I’ve enjoyed and wanted to share with you. 1. The Dialogue DVD Series: This series of DVDs includes interviews of successful screenwriters talking craft, breaking in, and the films they love. I’m a big fan of crawling...

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DVD Review: Number 10

Was Hugh Grant’s young, single Prime Minister your favorite character in Love Actually? If you’ve ever been curious about a British Prime Minister’s sex life, the late BBC writer Terence Feely has seven different answers for you.

Exposition: Taken

Tuesday, May 12, Fox Home Entertainment will release Taken, one of the biggest action flicks of 2009, on DVD and Blu-Ray. If you’re in the mood for an against-the-clock shoot-‘em-up, the movie delivers.

DVD Review: The Reader

Don’t let the decidedly “literary” title (i.e. “non-cinematic”) fool you: The Reader is an exquisitely imagistic film experience. Directed by Stephen Daldry from a screenplay by David Hare, The Reader synthesizes gritty realism and tenebrous tenderness in translating the internationally renowned book by Bernhard Schlink to celluloid.