Tom and Summer seated outside drinking coffee. He reads the newspaper, she reads a novel. TOM (V.O.). We had coffee. EXT MOVIE THEATER - DAY. () Days of Summer book. Read 43 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The official book tie-in to the acclaimed romantic comedy from. Days of Summer review - Kindle edition by Rontom Z, Kaush Shan. Download it once and read it Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Humor & Entertainment.
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"() Days of Summer is magic. Cheers to director Marc Webb, the hilarious and heartfelt script by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber and the two stars. Download free eBooks to your Kindle, iPad/iPhone, computer & devices. Books Muir, John - My First Summer in the Sierra Orwell, George - Burmese Days. Has there been a romantic comedy that has managed to capture people's attention more than () Days of Summer? With believable and.
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Preview — Days of Summer by Scott Neustadter. The Shooting Script by Scott Neustadter ,. Michael H. Marc Webb Introduction. Weber, an 8-page color section, production notes, and the complete cast and crew credits. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published December 22nd by Dey Street Books first published More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Sort order. Oct 16, Rinda Elwakil added it. Summer was no bitch,my dear friend.. He just never really took the chance when he could: View all 24 comments. Jul 19, Pooja rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved the movie. I loved the script. I loved Rachel. She's cool.
Tom is our guy who works in a greeting card company, believes that his life will not be truly happy until he meets 'the one'. The girl, Summer, who works in the same office, has different views on love and life.
Completely opposite actually. Everything clicks for them. They have many thin 'This is a story of boy meets girl but you should know up front, this is not a love story. They have many things in common. They listen to same bands, go to movies, parties, dinner, lunches, shopping. Except that they see life differently.
Tom wants consistency in their relationship and Summer has a thing about being someone's girlfriend or anybody's anybody. She loves her freedom, does everything she wants to do and doesn't feel a wee about it. She'll get mad whenever Tom tries to label and name the things between them as a relationship. What I liked most about the script is that I was able to understand every character's point in it. And that there are no miracles, fate, destiny, well coincidences maybe and what it's like to be sure about someone, so sure.
This movie brought me good music, so so good music. Defiantly a long time since I saw something this good. This movie in 3words -classic -hilarious and touching. This movie's plot is basically built around,how a guy fall in love with a girl and thinks that she is 'THE ONE' and how he ultimatly deals with the inevitable heartbreak.
I loved Tom.. Ireally did. His Nativity, his innocence and his want for love made his character so very relatable.
He's the rare one in a million guy that believed that in c OMG Even though I was abit upset that view spoiler [it wasn't HEA.. I gotta say that Im happy that the female protagonist, Summer Yes that is her name: D didn't end up with him. She was just There I said it!
If ur searching for a classic vintage sort of movie with loads of hilarity and fun that would leave you smiling.. This one's for you: View all 4 comments.
Jan 13, Asma Akhi rated it really liked it. Btw,i'm still waiting for days of Autumn. View all 3 comments. Jan 06, Brad rated it it was amazing Shelves: I finished reading two works of intense beauty today, and their content couldn't be more different. They left me sad, feeling those hollow places that are always inside me, wondering what could have been if I hadn't experienced an unrequited relationship like Tom Hansen's love for Summer, or if the abuse I'd suffered as a boy had been coupled with a mad mother who kept me always on the edge of chaos.
They are. But so much of I finished reading two works of intense beauty today, and their content couldn't be more different. But so much of what they are and how they do it is related.
The former is a screenplay with a marvelous screen manifestation; the latter is a novel written as a pseudo-screenplay. The former offers episodes from days of a romantic relationship; the latter offers episodes from 4 years of a tortured, insane family.
The former offers a meditation on loving and liking, where hope only occurs in life moving on; the latter offers a meditation on abuse, where hope only occurs in life moving on.
And both of them are achingly beautiful in their immediacy a natural result of their form and their intimacy. I know that much of what I am saying is about how they made me feel, but that's fitting because they are both deeply about feelings.
I am sure they also wanted us to love their works or like them , but I think they would also be okay with us hating them, so long as we were feeling them.
Well, as I said, I felt them, but I don't know that I can say more about how they made me feel. It seems a bit to personal for now. But there is something specific, something beyond my personal landscape that they made me feel, something that I think needs to be said.
I feel, very deeply, that those who love literature must spend some time reading screenplays. I admit straight up that I am a screenwriter, and I know many screenwriters, and I can say to you that every screenwriter, produced or not, has at least ten unpublished screenplays on their shelf.
And those stories are good. Sometimes even great. Those stories, unless we start reading them, unless we offer a market for them, will stay on their shelves and be forgotten. Maybe if we adapt our screenplays into screen-novels. Drop the "technical" screenplay format but keep the screenplay presentation.
Maybe then the readers of the world will be interested. Maybe then they will read our stories and welcome us into their hearts without our stories having to be on screen.
Of course, the other answer is to get lucky enough to sell your screenplay, see it produced, and have your screenplay, your actual words, then sell to the big choir of fellow screenwriters.
I dunno. But I do know that both of these works touched me more than anything I've read in many months. I wish them on everyone. Including my own worst enemies. Jul 02, Andy rated it really liked it Shelves: So this was how I came to find this book. Just yesterday I went to a book fair and it was there basking in the golden light of the side lamps. The Shooting Script stood there itching to be felt and inspected by me. It was a mighty task I tell you- scrambling to reach the shelf. The consignment number is emailed to you along with the invoice at the time of shipment.
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The results encompass a bunch of jumbled up scenes that tell a much larger and coherent story. What Days of Summer writers Neustadter and Weber did was to take that central idea and apply it to a typical relationship, giving them freedom to jump from timeframe to timeframe without baffling the audience.
But crucially, the 90 minute comedy is still rigidly structured, each scene giving us more information, each scene developing its characters and as the film progresses, the stakes are raised.
There is nothing random about Days of Summer. The following analysis is taken from the script, rather than the feature film. The source is an unspecified draft, dated April 16, Page 2 INT. The walls are lined with framed blow-up sized greeting cards. Tom, dark hair and blue eyes, wears a t-shirt under his sports coat and Adidas tennis shoes to balance out the corporate dress code. He looks pretty bored. His walls are covered in posters of obscure bands.
Her hair extends down to her lower back. The first was her long brown hair. She picks up scissors from the country and begins to slice. And the fact that she has only loved two things — the second being the ability to destroy the first — sets up the future conflict for Tom beautifully.
He is going to be cut off, which will shatter him emotionally, yet she will feel nothing. Summer is clearly a modern day black widow: use him, enjoy him, terminate him.