If there is anything to learn from last year’s little film that could, not everyone loves the underdog and maybe that is why it is the underdog. Rod Hilton, creator of TheEditingRoom.com, wrote his own version of a Juno screenplay that advertises to be “10 times shorter, and 100 times more honest.”
Personally, my favorite “scenes from this screenplay would be these two:
That’s right! I found it in the fridge, behind the purple stuff! Now relinquish the bathroom key geeves, I for shizz need to spout.
I can barely understand you. Is there a reason you’re talking like what seems like a teenager designed by a committee of adults that have researched youth by watching MTV around the clock?
Yes, and you better start talking like that too or you’ll have no place in the movie, Dwight.
Oh, er, uh, I mean that’s one doodle that can’t be undid homeskillet oh my god I need a new agent.
You’re so quirky! And so am I!
ELLEN sits down to talk to her father and stepmother.
So, I’m pregnant.
WHAT YOU’RE FUCKING 16 WHAT THE FU-
Dad, you’re in an indie flick, remember?
Oh right. Sorry, I didn’t mean to blow up, I meant to make a dry, sarcastic remark.
And I’d like to follow that up with a second barb.
It’s Michael Cera’s. The kid from Arrested Development.
Huh. I didn’t think he had it in him.
If you would like to read the rest, just follow the link at the bottom. Let me know what you think of this, because I loved to see someone poking hard at m.