Synopsis: At forty three Angel thinks life has passed her by. All she ever wanted was to be a Vegas showgirl. That came and went along with perky boobs. Rocky, wanted to be a singer. And he succeeded, as an Elvis impersonator, although that never got him past Bar Mitzvahs and weddings. What he's ever wanted is to meet the perfect girl to marry and have babies. The two meet one evening on the Brooklyn Bridge, where they consider ending it all. They decide instead to go for Chinese. Angel is Rocky's perfect fit, but she doesn't see a lot of security with him. He doesn't even have a job. Rocky needs a big break or he's going to lose her. After a couple of bombed auditions he makes it to the Big Break TV contest where he freezes on stage until his friend, Bum, who turns out to be a long secluded famous rock star, appears and strums a sizzling backup. The duo win the Big Break. The couple return to the bridge with a new baby named Presley. WGAW#1449349
Synopsis: Samantha, a thirty something woman in a mid-western town is dumped for the last time. she seeks the one person that made her feel happy, her high school sweetheart, only to find he's a Presbyterian minister. With help from her dysfunctional family and her daughter, she must confront her true desires and her faith. "You Can't Hide From Love" is a romantic comedy for the whole family. The lead character, Samantha, is a strong female protagonist. This is one of three scripts I have to offer. "The Blue Tomato" and "Casanova of Cleveland" are also available for your viewing. Please feel free to contact me at the information below. Sincerely, Jeff Ringgold WGA#: 1093162
Synopsis: Psychic Sonya Bruschette needs her holiday to Mexico to happen sooner rather than later. Her neurotic spirit, who has been assigned to help her with her readings, and her crazy mother, a divorced sex-crazed older woman, are driving her insane. Sonya takes on one last client for some extra cash. When she does the reading for soon-to-be-married-snotty James Petrie something totally unexpected happens. She sees a vision of herself marrying James. She faints. For some stupid reason, even though Sonya knows everything happens for a reason, she runs into James in awkward places. Like the Bingo Hall. And on the plane when she is flying to Mexico. When Sonya is in Mexico, James's Gran goes missing. James loves his Gran and will do anything to find her. Even contact psychic Sonya. Sonya flies home to help James. As they work together to find Gran they fall in love. They get married in the ceremony Sonya saw In the Vision.
Synopsis: In this romantic movie about people in their thirties average Joe is doting on a star. In funny daydreams he is planning on how to meet her best. At the end he is using an old school friend and he is even able to get to know and date her privately. But getting closer and closer to his 'movie love' he recognizes real love in his old school friend. WGA Registration Number 1171911 Since I had to give a face to the star I chose Ms. Aniston since she would perfectly represent a known and admired star by the target group. However, it also could be any well known actress. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org Sincerely,
Synopsis: FROZEN ICONS, a romantic comedy, begins with Terry Fosco, a successful political cartoonist, "stalking" George Riani, a New York opthalmologist through the streets of Manhattan. George, confronts Terry and learns that, ten years prior, she purchased his semen from a sperm bank and gave birth to his two children. Terry has sought George out to acquire another donation to to conceive a third child. George refuses, but riddled with curiosity, agrees to visit Terry and her two children in Chicago. The two end up dating and making love. Several mornings later, George abruptly ends the relationship when he finds Terry's ovulation test in the bathroom. Feeling used as a "stud service" George returns to New York wounded and angry, but he longs for his newly found children. After many futile attempts to attain Terry's permission to visit the children, George sues her for joint custody in an unprecidented case. After several unpredictable and hysterical turns in action, love prevail
Synopsis: Terry Fosco, a successful and attractive political cartoonist is "stalking" George Riani, a New York opthalmologist through the streets of Manhattan. George, knowing he is being followed, confronts Terry and learns that ten years prior when George was in medical school, she purchased his semen from a sperm bank and gave birth to his two children. Terry has sought out George because she wishes to obtain another donation from George and conceive a third child. George refuses but, riddled with curiousity, agrees to visit Terry and her two children at their home in Chicago. The two end up dating and making love. Several mornings after their first sexual encounter, George abruptly ends the relationship when he finds Terry's home ovulation test in the bathroom. George returns to New York anry but longing for his newfound children. He ends up sueing Terry for joint custody in a case that baffles the New York family courts. The subplots are funny and the ending is happy.
Synopsis: In this romantic comedy, angels exist simultaneously in multi dimensions. The script is set several thousand years in the future where angels live in perfect harmony with mankind on the new earth. To angels, humans make great pets, but their love for humans is often misinterpreted. And so it is for heaven's newest angel, Katella. In a higher dimension she has yet to hatch from her egg into the heavens, but on the new earth, the shell of her egg manifests itself as pride and in order for her to hatch, her pride must be broken and she must complete the impossible task of finding the perfect mate for her pet man, King Avian. Katella believes she has found the right woman, but King Avian is in love with Katella and happy with how things are. A trip to hell is necessary for King Avian to let go of a past love and Katella only has 24 hours left to complete her task or she becomes a rotten egg and is cast out of the heavens to hell with Satan and the rest of the fallen angels.
Synopsis: The story centers on an uptight journalist whose assignment is to write an article about a new sensation that has hit the marketplace called the Broken Heart Gram. When a person has been on the wrong side of a broken relationship, they now can send their former significant other a Broken Heart Gram which contains a black or red rose as well as a clay heart broken in half. Bill McDonald's business is an unexpected success, and catches the attention of a major woman's magazine. They send one of their best reporters to interview Bill McDonald and write a feature article about the dubious achievement. Penny Meyers,a seasoned journalist tries to keep her personal cynicism and her own romantic troubles aside. Penny is also under pressure from her publisher to get the dirt on Bill McDonald. The story takes a life of its own as she discovers his secrete and attempts to mend his fractured relationship while jeopardizing her own, and her job.
Synopsis: Wes and Hayaam (a Muslim) meet during the tragedy of September 11, both in the same tower at the time. Meeting again on campus at NYU, where both are students, they begin having coffee together, taking walks, talking and sharing, and slowly become romantically interested in one another. But all their friends and family are against the relationship. A crisis is reached when Hayaam's father arrives from Indonesia and is temporarily detained as a suspected terrorist. He vows to pull Hayaam out of school and take her home. Hayaam is equally determined to spend her last night with Wes. A confrontation at the airport leads to an ending just short of tragic -- and in the end, their future remains possible. Charles Deemer teaches screenwriting at Portland State University. He is the author of PRACTICAL SCREENWRITING (Focus Publishing, 2005).
Synopsis: Jamie Nelson attends to Michelle Miller's every need, and that's the way she likes it. Neither pays the inequality much mind; it's in the name of love, after all. Nikki Janes, the love-skeptic author of a relationship column in a popular Chicago magazine, was inspired by the couple's daily coffee dates. She has secretly spent the past three years telling their tale in her column, both the ups, and as of recently, the downs. One fateful day, in need of rescue, Jamie meets Nikki. Before long, Nikki finds herself involved, Jamie finds himself in love, and Michelle finds herself in fear of losing the love she took for granted. Through the wisdom in her column and her passion for life, Nikki opens their eyes to the love they had and lost, and opens their hearts--maybe even her own--to the possibility that true love awaits every soul. It just might be worth fighting for. "Dessert is meant for two. That said; I hope you all find somebody to share with." - N. Janes, final column