Thomas Pope, a professor at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, worked for 30 years as a professional screenwriter for Francis Coppola, Ridley Scott, Barry Levinson, Penny Marshall, Frank Oz, Robert Redford, Wim Wenders and others. Among the movies he has worked on are Bad Boys, Someone to Watch Over Me, Lords of Discipline, Fraternity Row, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Sweet Land. His book, Good Scripts, Bad Scripts analyzes 25 of the best and worst scripts in Hollywood.
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