Elizabethtown (Screenplay) by Cameron Crowe; 1 edition; First published in Cameron Crowe Screenplays, Cameron Crowe, Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous, Say Anything. SHARES . Elizabethtown (). Elizabethtown has 43 ratings and 3 reviews. XxXviciously said: its The screenplay to the latest film from the Oscar-winning writer/ director of Jerry Maguire and.

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As he leaves his job, his whole world has changed from a dream to a nightmare.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Even with pictures attached. Brian Duffield rated it it was ok Aug 23, He and my mom actually had a name for that very special mix, they called it ‘Bread and Chocolate,’ after a foreign film they’d fallen in love with. Mike Angelo rated it it was amazing Jul 16, Drew has the heart of Jack Lemmon and, on a good day, the elegance and style of a young Cary Grant.

Drew is devastated but resigned. That was all the inspiration I needed. Sam rated it it was amazing Jun 11, There’s nothing wasted in her acting.

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Maybe you have to love music like Cameron Crowe to appreciate the soundtrack. I get that there is some legit criticism to stick to this screenplay. If you loved the movie and want to experience the story again in a different form, go ahead and do so but I don’t promise you will like it. Thankfully though, not every new shot was described.


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Later, he wrote and directed one more high school saga, Say Anythingand then Singlesa story of Seattle twentysomethings that was woven together by a soundtrack centering on that city’s burgeoning grunge music scene. Annie rated it liked it Jun 12, Also, in lateCrowe released his second book, Conversations with Billy Wildera question and answer session with the legendary director.

I don’t think so. I often write about these characters because they’re heroes to me. Sharyn O’leary rated it it was ok Jul 25, But if you look closely, every line and every action means something. Charity rated it it was amazing Jun 22, Learning the hard way the cost of success, Drew Baylor has just engineered an extraordinary fiasco: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

With his mother grief-stricken and his sister needed by her side, Drew must travel to his father’s provincial hometown of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, to attend the memorial on his family’s behalf. Crowe has made his mark with character-driven, personal films that have been generally hailed as refreshingly original and void of cynicism.

Speaking of skimming, the character of Claire leaves you wondering.

Open Preview See a Problem? Each new scene took me to new levels of appreciation for her attitude and technique. Gail Boos rated it liked it Dec 17, Maybe you have to have been to Kentucky.


Later, as a director, it became one of my favorite mixes too, a movie that introduced you to characters who felt real, who took you into their lives and when that movie was over, you missed those people you’d met two hours earlier. Abanoub Hanna rated it it was amazing Feb 25, Kelsey Zielke rated it really liked it Apr 11, The Screenplay Cameron Crowe book reviews: Dec 06, Nick rated it really liked it. It’s a funny thing, but from the very beginning, I’d always resisted writing very personally about my own life and family.

Maybe you have to walk a little in the shoes of Drew to care about his predicament.

Not if you’ve had some of these experiences. Jun 02, Sovotchka rated it liked it Shelves: If you haven’t seen the movie, go watch it first. I came across this script while looking for some background information screennplay the movie “Elizabethtown”. I was on the road touring with my wife, Nancy Wilson of the rock band Heartand I found myself on a bus tour traveling through Kentucky and was struck by the intense screwnplay of the landscape.