NG (9 out of 10 ) great movie, really drags the audience into the film. i really like the way they use the satellite to track people down, amazing.
Ray (6 out of 10 ) Script was ripped off from me in 1996 by LA Premiere Agency through John Ouffland and given to David Marconi to re-write. Original script title was "The Closet Kill" based on an earlier draft of mine called "The Solution", both copyrighted. John called me and asked me to send him the script. I did. I never recieved a penny. Never let your script get in the hands of anyone unless it is through someone you know in the Industry. If it is passed on that way it is much safer. I learned a hard "2 milion dollar" lesson the hard way on this one. Read my script and you will see how Enemy of The State came about. Have you ever wondered why David Marconi never wrote anything before or after "Enemy of The State"? If you could write that then you can write anything. Another question you may be asking is why didn't I ever sue? Because I did write the script I have the talent to write more. I was also wanting to get in the Industry at the time and did not want to be blacklisted. Also, I didn't live in LA. I am 100% convinced that if I did, they never would have stolen it, they would have at least given me story rights. I have just finished writing, producing, and Directing my first film called "Backstabbed". All my scripts get better each time. Enemy doesn't even come close. Also be very leery of script contests. It's very simple, if you have a high concept idea, like I did, safeguard it. Do not enter it in contests or flash it around town.
Gino (9 out of 10 ) Hey Ray. If you really wrote the origial script can you tell me did you come up with the name "Brill" for Gene Hackman's character or was that done by the LA Premiere Agency? Reason I ask is I have a friend named Brill who says his fraternity brother worked for LA Premiere Agency and thinks the name Brill came from him. Any thoughts?