Dr. who. The Tenth Doctor. Family of Blood.
Or Waters of Mars.
also the Kieslowski French/Polish movies Bleu, Blanc and Rouge. Trois Couleurs. http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0108394/
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I am curious about what Dramatica would say about The Invitation. I'm fairly certain it's not a Grand Argument, but I wonder if we would see if "Mexico" (I'm trying not to spoil) would be the IC.
Yes. I think you are right about the IC.
How about we do Netflix original, "Sense8 ". It has multiple protagonists (8 to be exact) , with each character having their own storyline while together they have their own common goal, escape/defeat Whispers . This will be different from the rest of the story analysis as we can get to understand how to weave multi-protagonist stories yet maintaining the narrative drive. I think this will a great challenge and great learning experience too.
Bill Paxton's Training Day might have had near perfect storyforming, both in its overall arc and individual episides. It kept clicking along, and even though more camp than Shakespeare in the last episodes, it worked, imho.
Just a note: we tried doing Frodo's story, but it fizzled out over time.
Just saw Kubo and the two strings. This is such a great movie on so many levels. We need a proper Story breakdown of it. Secondly I understand the complexity of embarking on such a project but it's very weird there is no official Lord Of The Rings Dramatica analysis. It's almost a sin. LOL. Anyway, if it could be done it'll be such a big one for fantasy(all) writers and also a great lesson on crafting epics. Just sayin
How about, for 2018, a classic spy/espionage thriller along the lines of one of these?
And/Or a political thriller like: All The President's Men
How about The Accountant?