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  • #76
    Re: Good Luck Limama!

    Great interview, great story. If anyone deserves good vibes, karma, mojo and various other positivity it's you.
    "There's one way to guarantee something won't be in the movie: put it in the screenplay."
    -Dan O'Bannon

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    • #77
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      Everyone, thanks. I've only gotten positive feedback from the interview. It came out of the blue, I was nervous, I'm not used to this.
      http://www.pjmcilvaine.com/

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      • #78
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        Nice...

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        • #79
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          Hi 'Mama

          Very late but must tip my hat to you girl.

          Keep kickin n cookin

          That guy from yer 'tique group.

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          • #80
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            Originally posted by LIMAMA View Post
            Hey, if anyone is interested, I did an interview over the weekend it's up now.

            http://www.screenwritingu.com/blog/pj-mcilvaine-back
            that is so cool PJ. I've listened to quite a few of those call in/online classes with Hal. Now that football started, not so many.

            Congrats--awesome... gonna check it out!
            " Don't really like writing. But I do like having written." Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad.

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            • #81
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              Originally posted by LIMAMA View Post
              Everyone, thanks. I've only gotten positive feedback from the interview. It came out of the blue, I was nervous, I'm not used to this.
              Neither are they, I'm sure... and we're better for it!

              sorry for double post
              " Don't really like writing. But I do like having written." Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad.

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              • #82
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                Finally got a chance to listen to the interview. Made me smile. Like I told you on the phone last time we spoke, you're the diehard of screenwriting.
                Advice from writer, Kelly Sue DeConnick. "Try this: if you can replace your female character with a sexy lamp and the story still basically works, maybe you need another draft.-

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                • #83
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                  Originally posted by sc111 View Post
                  Finally got a chance to listen to the interview. Made me smile. Like I told you on the phone last time we spoke, you're the diehard of screenwriting.
                  Yippee ki yay mofo....well, you just may be right.
                  http://www.pjmcilvaine.com/

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                  • #84
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                    Originally posted by sc111 View Post
                    Finally got a chance to listen to the interview.
                    Me too. God, you're just so sweet. Nice interview.

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                    • #85
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                      Awwww....I hate the sound of my voice.

                      But on a brighter note, I just finished a total gut page one rewrite for the Canadian producers in record time, so full speed ahead on that.

                      Other potential big developments...let's just revenge is a sweet dessert.
                      http://www.pjmcilvaine.com/

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                      • #86
                        Re: Good Luck Limama!

                        When I was eight, I was blowing up frogs and pleasuring myself. Or was that the other way around.


                        Thanks LIMAMA and good luck.


                        Mark


                        Hey! You might do it in your house, but in this house we don't lick our butts. -- Mother Teresa

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                        • #87
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                          Good Luck Limama!!

                          Just heard your interview...you were great!

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                          • #88
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                            How much did this end up selling for?

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