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Extreme Vacation (Feature Film Screenplay)


Extreme Vacation is a thriller about a work-obsessed father who takes his family on a remote island vacation -- finds evidence of a kidnapping only to discover that it's not all what it appears to be.

Our Review:

Extreme vacation has tried to take on the ridiculousness of what the current day reality shows are willing to do for ratings. The child signs up the family for an extreme reality show, in an attempt to revive what is broken between his parents.

The family dynamics are portrayed well. It is always refreshing to see a good ending, especially when things we thought were broken, seem to become stronger when faced with a common enemy. The plot is very thrilling and engaging and leaving us guessing what's next. Just when one mystery is explained, another twist is presented leaving us with more mystery. Overall a great script to read!

George Covic Writer


  • Project Type: Screenplay

  • Number of Pages: 106

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: No

  • Student Project: No

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