Reviews
Movie Outline 3: Review by Sean Kennelly for Creative Screenwriting Magazine

"Movie Outline 3.0 does a terrific job of helping writers organize their development process from beginning to end and has effectively raised the bar in the screenwriting software arena."

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Movie Outline 3: Review by Tim Haddock for MacWorld.com

"If you're an aspiring screenwriter looking to get that first script under your belt, Movie Outline's focus on outlining and character work could help get your script off on the right foot, possibly saving you hundreds of pages of rewrites."

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Movie Outline 3: Review by Carl Hose for Writer's Journal Magazine

"I've used just about every screenwriting program on the market, and I can tell you now, without reservation, that my screenwriting software of choice is Movie Outline."

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Movie Outline 3: Review by Film & Festivals Magazine

"If you are one of those people who have stacks of notebooks and index cards filled with scribbled ideas and scenes then this program is a godsend."

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Movie Outline 3: Review by StoryPros.com

Movie Outline 3.0 is a complete development to finished screenplay package. It contains all of the steps necessary to create a story and write it in proper screenplay format, all in one piece of software.

The software's feature layout is simple and effective. You will not need to spend hours and hours learning how to use the program. Getting up-to-speed is a breeze.

Some of the things we liked best about this program are the tabs devoted to general story notes, character development, story tasks, and the reference library.

Let's face it. Very few writers start writing at Fade In and push on through without stopping until they get to Fade Out. We stop, start, stop, jump ahead, jump backward, and restart all over again. Most writers, particularly in the beginning stages of developing their screenplay, have a few scenes planned, some characters in mind, maybe a great ending, but it can be difficult to keep all of these disconnected items straight and in one place.

The notes and story tasks tabs are very useful for these random items that may not have a place. So anytime you are developing a new script idea, just open a new project file and place all of your thoughts into the notes section. Then you can begin filling out your outline. When you are ready to start writing, just go to the "Script" tab and bang it out. You never need to leave the program.

If you are looking for an effective, all-in-one screenwriting solution to take you from ideas, to outline, to final draft, we suggest you take a close look at this program.

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