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What Makes “You Can’t Handle The Truth” One Of The Greatest Scenes Ever! by...

What Makes "You Can’t Handle The Truth" One Of The Greatest Scenes Ever!  by Michael Hauge   Film Courage:  Let’s take the courtroom scene in A FEW GOOD...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – Act III – The Ending by...

  Film Courage: Michael, when we first contacted you to do the interview for the 6-Stage Plot Structure, we thought it would be fun for...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – Raising Stakes and Point Of No...

  Michael Hauge:  The point of no return is going to be at the exact mid-point. It's the point at which something happens that makes...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – FULL ANALYSIS by Michael Hauge

Screenwriting Structure - A FEW GOOD MEN - FULL ANALYSIS by Michael Hauge   Film Courage: Michael, when we first contacted you to do the interview...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – Meeting the Nemesis by Michael Hauge

Michael Hauge: That’s pretty much for both the outer journey and the inner journey level, how Stage 1 and Stage 2 work. Now...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN Script Analysis – The Major Setback by...

Michael Hauge: In Stage 4, the complications in higher stakes, you see how the obstacles get bigger and bigger and bigger, they become...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – End Of Act 1 by Michael...

Michael Hauge: So all of this has brought us to the 10 percent point of the movie. About 10 minutes in, the movie altogether...

Screenwriting Structure – A FEW GOOD MEN – The Set-Up by Michael Hauge

  Film Courage: Michael, when we first contacted you to do the interview for the 6-Stage Plot Structure, we thought it would be fun for...

Why Story Structure Matters (and What Happens If It’s Not There) by Michael Hauge

Film Courage: The primary goal of every story is to… Michael Hauge: Illicit emotion. Film Courage: Illicit emotion. Okay. And if it’s too stale. Let’s say...

Can A Movie Have Two Heroes? by Michael Hauge

Film Courage: Michael, I’ve seen films that have two nemesis working against the hero but how about two heroes in a film? Is that...
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