JDM IV: has that moor sailing for the new world as a restaurant owner.
Q: can his tall tales and party tricks really keep the punters coming back for more?
Recommendation: 4 stars.
[length: 94%][100% of idea realized!][1st draft]
JDM III: has that moor leaving China for Japan to end a possible war between these two great nations.
Q: if: killing ten thousand can teach a million; how many must die to educate the world?
Recommendation: 2 stars.
[length: 71%][100% of idea realized!][1st draft]
This is Philip Longmonâ€™s attempt to tell the tale of Jaqua Du Man. Heâ€™s prize was the silver screen. It goes some way to portray mankind in a positive light. But: it no way excuses this kind of soul. Nevertheless: as in the plot of Kung Fu; a just-off-the-boat African attempts t...
JDM II: sees that moor befriended by a disreputable tradesman who aided a Mongol invasion - disguised as a rebel uprising - against the Chinaâ€™s imperial army.
Q: was his battle to end poverty and tyranny a lost cause?
Recommendation: 1 stars.
[length 89%][100% of idea realized!][1...
A girl, Liz, and her parkour group (The Unknowns) where so used to living there happy criminal lives. Until, one day Liz decides her way of life isn't worth it anymore. But The Unknowns wont let her leave. With the help of a in-training apprentice she may be able to turn her life around. (YouTube...
A mother has a premonition of her son dying in battle. She must decide how much she is willing to lose to save him.
Scene one of something I have been working on for a long time. Scene two will hopefully come soon.