"In writing fiction, the more fantastic the tale, the plainer the prose should be. Don't ask your readers to admire your words when you want them to believe your story." - Ben Bova [ more quotes ]


Written by M. Night Shyamalan

Mild mannered security guard David Dunn (Bruce Willis) emerges from a horrific passenger train accident to discover he is the only survivor. His miraculous not-even-a-scratch escape catches the eye of comic book dealer Elijah Price (Samuel L Jackson) who has a strange theory about David.

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Under Fire (1983)
Written by Clayton Frohman and Ron Shelton
Story by Clayton Frohman

Photojournalist Russell Price (Nick Nolte) and radio reporter Claire (Joanna Cassidy) are drawn to each other while covering the 1979 war in Nicaragua. Price violates the first rule of journalism when he begins to develop sympathy for the rebels trying to overthrow the brutal regime of President Samoza.
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Written by David Webb Peoples

Retired and reformed desperado William Munny (Clint Eastwood) is approached by young gunslinger Elroy Tate (Jamiz Woolvett) to join him in the bounty killing of two cowboys who cut up a prostitute. With the help of his old partner Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman), the aging Munny sets off to try to make enough money to support his motherless children; at a great personal price to himself.

NOTE: Academy Award winner for best picture 1993. (Also won for Best Supporting Actor, Gene Hackman - Best Director, Clint Eastwood - and Best Film Editing, Joel Cox) Nominated for Best Original Screenplay - David Webb Peoples.
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The Usual Suspects
Written by Christopher McQuarrie

Who is Keyser Soze? Small time con man Verbal Kint (Kevin Spacey) tries to convince the feds (Chazz Palminteri) that mythic crime lord Keyser Soze not only exists but that he also set up a heist involving 91 million dollars and an explosion that leaves almost no survivors. An intricate plot and a twist ending make this one of the great screenplays of all time.

SCRIPT NOTE: Academy Award winner of best original screenplay 1995.
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