Scriptonomics Blog

Scriptonomics Blog

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In this guide, we are going to take an in-depth look at the action and dialogue breakdowns of some well-known films across various genres and how you can make that information useful when you input your own script into the Story Scanner. By looking at the delegation of dialogue and action within a specific scene, you can easily see how much these two elements are incorporated.



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In Ridley Scott’s 1982 neo-noir science fiction film Blade Runner, Harrison Ford plays Han Solo—er, I mean, Rick Deckard—, a “blade runner” robot assassin who’s assigned to hunt down four bioengineered humans (known as “replicants” throughout the film) who have illegally escaped to Earth from one of the Tyrell Corporation’s off-world colonies, where their exceptional physical strength and agility are capitalized through what is implied to be (but never explicitly confirmed as) slavery.



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Alien vs. Predator, most commonly referred to as AVP, was a conjunction of two
very successful science fiction films. The Alien saga began its production first, releasing
the film Alien in 1979 under the direction of Ridley Scott. Starring Sigourney Weaver,
and Tom Skerritt, Alien plunges its audience into a suspenseful space expedition with a
team of space voyagers sent to investigate a distress call on the darkest side of the moon.



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