Script Doctor: Just another day at the doctor's office: patients fill the waiting room; nurses and physicians are busy. These patients need help with their screenplays. One requires two cc's of WhiteOut; a couple who can't seem to conceive an original idea are counseled to consider adaption (the option on an Elmore Leonard novel may be available). Into the waiting room comes a distraught screenwriter several days into shooting; his script ("[email protected] 5, Batman Versus the Internet") doesn't work. The nurse calls a Code Blue and Dr. Goldman is rushed to the operating room. Even after a call to Roger Ebert, the script is flatlining, but Goldman will not give up. Can he resuscitate it?
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||December 29, 1915|
|Actors:||Betsy Zajko John Terry Rick Williams|
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