divya prakash (10 out of 10 ) The Artist is the finest movie for this time. It's awesome. I'm surprised how it can be possible for a man. Everything in this film is so good. Like that, screenplay, direction, camera angles, acting performance is also too good.
Silence is Golden (10 out of 10 ) Ha ha, the Artist is a great film. Funny, dramatic, and just good. I can't believe the script is here, I thought scripts had to have words and dialogue in them. But this script really taught me things about camera directions and acting.
James L (10 out of 10 ) Reading this script was riveting! Could not stop reading until the end. Wanted to read the script first before seeing the movie and it is no wonder it is up for multiple Academy Awards, and should win Best Screenplay, regardless of the competition. This is screenwriting, at it's best.
Bharat Misra (8 out of 10 ) A joyride of a film; plays itself out like a lighter rendition of Guru Dutt's masterpiece, 'Kaagaz ke Phool', though I don't think it was an inspiration. Technically impeccable and well-acted. I thoroughly enjoyed it. A little more depth in the plot would have helped, but this is a point I'm willing to overlook in the wake of so many positives.
True Teller (6 out of 10 ) I have yet to see the movie, but the script was well written. Not exactly fresh or exciting. And this script would have been much easier on the eyes of those damned 6 line paragraphs were broken up here and again. It's fun and light hearted, but it's so typical of a redemption story that I was always guessing exactly what would happen as it went along.
Carl Silverman (10 out of 10 ) A fun film. And inspiring. What film's used to be? Scripting silent films akin to action sequences. Inspire the director/actors to make a great film.
Tuuli (9 out of 10 ) This film (also the script) really shows you how much emotion you can transmit without having dialogue or voiceover. I, who love extensive dialogue, learned a lot from this film. Worth the Oscars, I would say.