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The blurb seemed to be very interesting but the story wasn't up to that mark. The story has been narrated very well. The flow of events and their narration is really good. The thing that is missing in this one is 'connectivity'. I did not feel connected with the characters. The story also mentions about the life of Mayank's friends which I felt were dumped into this story for the heck of it.
Just when Mayank's and Revathi's story grew interesting, his friend's story spoilt all the excitement. Also, the story has no mentions about his friends' lives towards the end.
Likes: Pranav's and Revathi's love story. Dislikes: Arun's gay encounter I didnot find it was necessary to detail his encounter with Aakash.
The ending No proper closure was provided for many incidents. On the whole, I would like to conclude saying that 'That Thing Called Love' could have been made better.
I rate:. So come with me if you want to use the force The Force Awakens Script Timeline If you're ever in the position to write a sequel or another film in a franchise, one of the most important things to do is to key the audience in on how much time has passed since the other installments.
With Star Wars, there's a lot of heavy lifting done via the opening scroll. But what other techniques help out? Obviously seeing crashed Star Cruisers and hearing about the legend of the Jedi help us accept that it's been years since the Rebels delivered the Empire. So why is all this so important? Even if you're writing a space opera we need to know what point of time we are in within this world. This helps us establish who these characters are and it's part of developing the world of the story.
Once we have a grip on the world, we can develop characters that inhabit it. I want to take a look at both the leads introductions to really diagram how they make these characters relatable and interesting from the get-go. First up, let's take a look at Rey.
Rey is alone when we meet her. This will be very important to her arc. She's a loner waiting on a family, but when we leave her in the movie she has a new destiny. She works alone. She's resourceful, fearless, and when she sleds down that sand dune we can tell she's crafty and has no fear.
What about when we meet Finn? The first thing to take into account here is that we're placed in a position of empathy. We immediately are given a face to the previous scene's slaughter.
We see regret, fear, and intimidation. Even though Finn feels bad about what he did, we feel worse because we can tell he's part of a unit that controls him. By giving Finn an introduction that also focuses on his main nemesis, we further make his journey to becoming a person with a face more satisfying. We also give lots of out later when we show Finn's fear and why he's running away.
These built-in excuses for his behavior are all part of his arc not just over this movie but over the series. What's worth fighting for? Finn is about to find out. The answer lies in writing screenplay outlines , beat sheets , and treatments. I know we talk over and over again here about how much work goes into writing blockbuster movies , but the truth is, every professional writer I know starts with a logline, then moves into an outline, beat sheet, or treatment.
And the same is true for Star Wars.