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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Knocked up, The Bourne Ultimatum and more in a script blow out - posted by Don

Big, big thanks to Scott for the heads up on the below scripts. Last week we saw what Paramount was putting out for best screenplay nominatonss. Now see what Universal Pictures is putting out for best screenplay nominations. I’m betting you, here and now, that this year, every single Best Screenplay nomination will be online put up by the studios. I welcome them to the 21st Century. Good forth and read! (Seriously, thanks Scott for the heads up.) – Don

Note: All scripts in PDF format. Learn to love it.

Breach – 7/21/06 Draft by Adam Mazer, William Rotko and Billy Ray

Knocked Up – undated, unspecified draft by Judd Apatow

Elizabeth: The Golden Age – July 25, 2006 draft by William Nicholson and Michael Hirst

The Bourne Ultimatum – June 20, 2007 Final Shooting script by Tony Gilroy and Scott Z. Burns and George Nolfi

The Kingdom August 18, 2006 draft by Matthew Micahel Carnahan

American Gangster July 27, 2006 final shooting script by Steven Zaillian

Thanks to Universal Pictures

3 Comments so far

1.

רשלנות רפואי
June 2nd, 2010 at 12:30 pm

really don’t understand why everyone carried on about this movie like it was the best one ever made. I seriously did not laugh once during the whole film, I don’t understand how you can call this crap comedy, if you ask me it was more depressing than humorous. So it’s obviously about a woman who got a really good job, who was knocked up by this loser, how predictable you know what is going to happen. It’s all a happy ending as they decide to put their troubles aside and become a family, instead of taking the logical step and having an abortion. Whats in-between the beginning and end though is pathetic, no in fact it’s probably more entertaining to watch a blank screen for 133 minutes. The actress that played Debbie was the most annoying character I have ever seen, all she ever does is complain and bitch the whole time. Please do not waste time/money to see this crap, if you really need to know the (obvious) plot, look up the film on Wikipedia, it will be a better use of your time.

2.

J.A.
December 15th, 2010 at 4:18 pm

That sir, is because you’re a troll, whatever your name is. The movie wasn’t the funniest ever made but it had its moments so for you to say you didn’t laugh once means you have a very low sense of humor or you’re just full of yourself. As for the abortion remark, ITS A COMEDY! If they had an abortion, the movie would end in 30 minutes. Please, please use your head before you decide to comment. And do keep in mind there is such a thing as suspension of disbelief. Everybody uses it so why don’t you.

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Susu
September 11th, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Having not seen the previous two in the trilogy of Bourne movies, I was a little reluctant to watch The Bourne Ultimatum.

However it was a very thrilling experience and I didn’t have the problem of not understanding what was happening due to not seeing the first two films. Each part of the story was easy to understand and I fell in love with The Bourne Ultimatum before it had reached the interval! I don’t think I have ever watched such an exquisitely made, and gripping film, especially an action film. Since I usually shy away from action and thriller type movies, this was such great news to me. Ultimatum is one of the most enthralling films, it grabs your attention from the first second till the last minute before the credits roll.

Matt Damon was simply fantastic as his role as Jason Bourne. I’ve heard a lot about his great performances in the Bourne 1+2, and now, this fabulous actor has one more to add to his list. I look forward to seeing more of his movies in the future.

The stunts were handled with style – each one was done brilliantly and I was just shocked by the impressiveness of this movie. Well done.

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