Biggest Sins You Can Commit as a Screenwriter

I read a lot of scripts. Don't do these things and we can be friends.
  1. 5.
    Describing camera movements unless completely necessary for the story.
    That's what a director is for.
  2. 4.
    Huge blocks of scene description that take up half a page.
    Break that shit up.
  3. 3.
    Describing a female character as "casually sexy" or "hot but she doesn't know it" when it's irrelevant to her storyline.
    Or any variation thereof. This guy knows what's up: https://mobile.twitter.com/femscriptintros
  4. 2.
    Not starring your rewrites.
    Makes it easier on literally errybody if you put asterisks by your changes.
  5. 1.
    Typos.
    Proofread your shit. You're a goddamn grownup.