RE: Les has a fantasy to become a famous porn star. When his Dad kicks him out after following him to a gay sauna he runs away to LA, trapped by his own narcissism it’s not long before he resorts to prostitution to feed a growing crystal meth and alcohol addiction but when Les witnesses his ex lover dying of an overdose he starts an unpredictable roller coaster ride to recovery that brings him to a practice of yoga and sends him on a spiritual quest to India and Bali that changes his life forever.Logliner Posted on May 18, 2016 in Examples.
What classic movie is this supposed to be a logline for?
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RE: When seven actors arrive ready to shoot a horror movie but the location is desert. Soon they start dying just as the script describes.Logliner Posted on May 6, 2016 in Horror.
This is a modern version of “And then there were none”, with the desert location being the factor that isolates them, much like the island in “And then there were none”. But there is the question of why – why are these particular people being targeted? Is there something in their past that links them? Is one of them the killer?
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RE: When a bio-terrorist’s engineered plague infects a superhero, he breaks out of prison to create a cure for the woman he loves.Logliner Posted on May 4, 2016 in SciFi.
I’m not sure why this needs a ‘superhero’ – it seems like a straightforward story of a guy’s invention getting out hand and threatening someone he loves – almost like a Frankenstein thing.
If you really want to introduce a superhero element, how about making the engineered plague the thing which gives the superhero his powers? Thus, in order to save the woman he loves, he would have to lose his superpowers.
And if you want to make a franchise, in the sequel you could create a way to restore his powers but with a constant threat to his life (a la Iron Man).
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RE: “The Izmailovo Public Library” – In 2101, the Izmailovo Hotel has been converted into a public library. It holds the clones of famous 21st century, artists, poets, writers, politicians, the smartest professors, famous Russians. They can be checked out like a library book.
Interesting concept, but what’s conflict? who’s the hero?
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RE: A young mechanic discovers the spaceship she stole from dry dock is capable of ending the civil war between organic and synthetic life forms, but first she must convince the on-board AI to choose a side.
Why is the fact that she stole the spaceship important? Also, is she somehow uniquely qualified to convince the AI to make a decision (e.g. does she have some AI components in her body)? There’s an intriguing set up here, but we’re not getting the essence of the conflict.
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