Synopsis: Terri Taylor, the best female basketball player in Washington State history has just helped Seattle's AAA Stealth Warriors win the state championship. Terri's life changes when her family is transferred to tiny Apple Valley. Her dream of a Duke scholarship fades with her new school of just 63 students and only 7 on the girl's team. Terri meets Jennifer Jones. Jennifer wants only one thing, a winning season. Terri wants only one thing, to go back to Stealth. Terri & Jennifer become close and share the pain of Jennifer's little sister Betsy, being killed by a drunk driver. Terri is then cleared to go back to Stealth as she had wanted. Tragedy and now bitter disappointment face the Cougars. Terri relents & comes back from Stealth and helps Apple Valley win its first State B Championship. After the championship game, Terri receives a surprise visit from Duke's recruiter who flew in to see the game and offers Terri a scholarship. WWWC is inspired by two true stories.
Synopsis: Stuart Hornaday was just five years old when his father Tom Hornaday (and his dachshund Sherlock) mysteriously disappeared near Area 51. Now, thirteen years later, Stuart is a nerdy high school senior with an inferiority complex, raging hormones and a crush on a girl (the school's reigning hottie) who doesn't even know he's alive. His dream? To become a photog for a lingerie catalog company. Then one day Tom Hornaday returns, the victim of an alien abduction. He gives his son a special gift: sunglasses that give the boy X-rated vision. Suddenly Stuart can see all the nude (and scantily clad) women his eyes can stand and his life changes for the better, until aliens (two sexy black divas) visit Earth to get the glasses back. Such is a quick look at our fanciful teen comedy scifi script "The Dude with X-rated Eyes." The story was written by me and my LA-based writing partner, Mike McCulloch.
Synopsis: Heartbreaking incest that comes back to shatter a young girls repution. High School romances warm and beautiful. Revoling with wild humor exploding sex crazed hormone affaires, with a typing teacher and her young male students to break their imaginary cherrys. Car drag races to inflate male and females self esteem egos. Car chases to remove unwanted sexual coronary seduction competition. Argumentatively, the best cars, the best of times and the best teen music ever recorded, energized through out this movie.
Synopsis: Corey Parker, a teen violin virtuoso with a popular blog, is abducted and held hostage by sophisticated eco-terrorists dead-set on saving the earth. But by the time she is found, she has become one of them. The struggle to rescue Corey from her self will involve mad science, lunar bases, extinct creatures, alternative fuel sources and the end of the world as we know it.
Synopsis: Rebecca Collins, is a sixteen-year-old high school student who wants nothing more in life, and that's to graduate her final years of high school, and she also wants a boyfriend in life. She is worried that she might not get to Seventeen. She feels that something in her life is stopping her; Cancer is the only thing that is holding her back from pursing her dreams. She wants everything in life, and that's not to die at a young age?
Synopsis: To strike a blow against lookism, an ugly teen convinces the cheerleading coach to let him and two other ugly kids become cheerleaders. The pretty people, led by last year's gorgeous, brilliant, and ruthless star cheerleader, don't like that one bit. Lew Hunter, famed chair of UCLA's screenwriting dept wrote about The Ugly Club: "I have had the uniquely pleasurable experience of reading the latest of Marty Nemko's scripts. It will make a $$$derful teen or crossover feature film. It has characters you care about, a novel premise, high stakes, funny yet smart writing, rising drama, twists, and an audience-rooting 3rd act. Most important, we can all relate to its theme: feeling unattractive. I vigorously encourage you to give serious consideration to The Ugly Club and to Marty Nemko as a client." I have other scripts in inventory, my 5 books have sold 240,000 copies, I'm Contrib. Editor at U.S. News & World Report, and producer/host on NPR in San Fran.
Synopsis: A group of seventeen year olds drive around their town on a Friday night looking for beer so that they can go to the party of the year. Each unsuccessful attempt turns into a mini adventure for them with consequences they never expected. Meanwhile a terrorist is active in the area and the FBI is hunting him down in a chase that will change life in the town forever.
Synopsis: After retreating with his family to a small town from a big city, Gary notices a shift in how those around him think in such a high flatulent manner; that gets him to question where he believes he should stand on the popular scale. With the help of his zany friend, Cody, at a local mall, Gary uncovers a time in where he with the assistance of Cody and J.C. (another of his friends) picked on a red haired boy in elementary school while waiting for the bus. This gets Gary down in the gutter and he has a half-baked, on the fly remedy for it...Find the kid and apologize no matter what the challenges may lay in the process. Gary easily convinces J.C. to go on the ride and with a reluctant Cody at their side, they embark on the open road to find someone they don't know (or hardly know for that matter) and apologize to that individual. Along the way all three teenagers dig up a personal question that the trip needs to help them out with. Gary TOLERANCE; JC ROMANCE; and Cody INTELLIGENCE.
Synopsis: An American teen adopted from Korea, develops into a charismatic youth with amazing talents. Earning a trip to a Korean video game contest, Ki-woon is drawn into a futuristic cyber-reality of gigantic proportions. The stressed teen runs away in search of his 'real' family, hoping to find answers to his past. But instead, he finds only heartache. And then, then unthinkable happens. *Named 2008 Semi-Finalist in The Screenplay Festival (www.screenplayfestival.com)
Synopsis: "Nothing bad can ever happen to you in Faculty Barred" is the view held by 15yr old Alison, dutiful member of the Anti-Clique. "It's the one place in the school teachers aren't allowed." An alluring ideal & the main factor influencing Coffman Highs newest detainee's alliance - the mercurial, Newport cigarette smoking Harper. Harper wise-cracks, rolls & smokes his way to a choice; the Anti-Clique & shy Alison or their antithesis, The Phonies - a punchy, Parliament Light smoking rabble ruled by impious Penny. Faculty Barred proves too much of a draw for Harper, despite peppery Penny's tricks. Penny becomes insufferably jealous. She turns on Harper, baffled & infuriated by his leanings for Alison. Alison's life goes from the mundane to the downright dangerous. But as Harper reassures her, "What's life for? It's not just to go plodding in the same places everyday, it's an adventure." Will Harper end up as most adventure characters do or will Alison save him from his pre-Sinai destiny?