Normally, Fridays are for book reviews, but after some thinking, I decided screenwriters needed some love too!
From, The Office:
Michael: (to Meridith) What are you going to do when you come into work tomorrow, and you're dead?
Dwight: I'll shove a wooden stick through her brain.
(cuts to Dwight talking to the camera)
Dwight: There are many ways to kill a zombie...
AHAHAHAHA! This is brilliant! And yes, the actors delivered these lines wonderfully, but it's the screenwriters who came up with these lines in the first place.
In the movie and television industry, actors and directors tend to get all the love. A brilliant storyline is accentuated by good acting, while that same brilliant storyline could potentially fall flat with bad acting.
But the writing remains brilliant! So, today I'm celebrating all the screenwriters out there who don't always get the recognition they deserve. And to do that, I share with you some priceless Office moments:
And because we can't ignore the classics:
Seriously, Mel Gibson gets the credit for this speech, but we should really honor the writer. :)
Any other lines you'd like to share?