Jesse Haubert

Aspiring Screenwriter

Reviewer Rating:
Screenplays: 15
Reviews: 5

Short Bio

Nothing here.

Recent Activity

Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #4 (season finally) tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia and Zeek go hiking, After an avalanche, Amelia ends up having to save Zeek.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #3 tv series
Genre: Drama,Crime
Zeek’s uncle is sick and makes him escort a client for him, which he finds so frightening he has to go to Amelia for comfort afterward.
4 months ago
reviews
26 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #2 tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia starts tutoring session with Leigh, and struggles with self-confidence, and starts Equine Psychotherapy.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia Spirit: Pilot tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia, who has been severely abused by her mother, is taken to the hospital by her brother, during a very difficult child labor.
4 months ago
reviews
31 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia Spirit: Episode #2 - Learning and Doing tv series
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her abusive home, a timid young girl, with a plush horse who she thinks is alive, slowly gains confidence while also raising the spirits of her foster mother and her new friend.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Pilot Episode tv series
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
32 pages
Jesse Haubert completed a review for
4 months ago
Dog's Eye View short
Genre: Drama
Review Rating:
A loving dog's conscience is shaken after discovering a dark truth about his owner.

I liked Buddy. I did notice that he sure understands a lot of human speech for a dog, but that’s not totally impossible, and it also common in fictional animals. The story is interesting, and I really felt for poor Buddy. I was glad when he ran away from Robert in the end. I did wonder where Buddy was going to go, although I am not sure if it really matters. I was a bit confused when Buddy thought of Robert as being the worst person a dog could get, because he seemed like a good dog human, although still a bad and criminal person. Of course, Buddy probably does not realize that could have ended up with an abusive dog human. I am still kind of glad that Buddy still left him, even though he was a good dog human (I know the term might be a little silly, but I just do not like to refer to myself as my dog's owner), and even though he probably does not realize how good he had it. I think this might have been more exciting if I had not known, before reading it, that he was going to find out something bad about his human, and it had come as a surprise. Still, I do understand that you had to put something in the logline that would make people want to read it. The scenes at the park were confusing because of the way they were all together. You might want to at least separate them into different paragraphs, or into separate scenes, which they seemed like they probably should be. It would make it neater, easier to read, and more like how an official film script in formatted. If you have a scene in the same place, during the same time of day, as you did earlier, you might want to add that it's later. I am not completely sure why this is, but it probably prevents confusion. Example: EXT.PARK-DAY-LATER Scene Also, when a character is on the phone, you can put it in the same line as the character’s name, as long as it is after the name. Example: ROBERT (on phone) Dialog Also, there is a small issue with the flashback on page eight You told about it in in the script, to somebody reading the script, but now to somebody watching the film. You might want to add a scene showing the flashback. Example: FLASHBACK SCEAN HEADING scene END OF FLASHBACK

5 months ago
1 reviews
11 pages
Jesse Haubert just claimed a review for a short script
4 months ago
Dog's Eye View short
Genre: Drama
A loving dog's conscience is shaken after discovering a dark truth about his owner.
5 months ago
1 reviews
11 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a feature screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit feature
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
110 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a feature screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit feature
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
110 pages

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Amelia's Spirit
Feature

Draft #2 | Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
Rating is only available to members
4 months ago | reviews | 110 pages
Draft #1 | Genre: Drama
Amelia, who has been severely abused by her mother, is taken to the hospital by her brother, during a very difficult child labor.
Rating is only available to members
4 months ago | reviews | 31 pages
Draft #1 | Genre: Drama
Amelia starts tutoring session with Leigh, and struggles with self-confidence, and starts Equine Psychotherapy.
Rating is only available to members
4 months ago | reviews | 24 pages
Draft #1 | Genre: Drama,Crime
Zeek’s uncle is sick and makes him escort a client for him, which he finds so frightening he has to go to Amelia for comfort afterward.
Rating is only available to members
4 months ago | reviews | 26 pages
Draft #1 | Genre: Drama
Amelia and Zeek go hiking, After an avalanche, Amelia ends up having to save Zeek.
Rating is only available to members
4 months ago | reviews | 24 pages
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Reviews

PAURA
Short

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9 months ago | 14 reviews | 3 pages

Mister
Short

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8 months ago | 13 reviews | 2 pages
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5 months ago | 2 reviews | 7 pages

The homies
Short

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1 year ago | 12 reviews | 10 pages
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5 months ago | 1 reviews | 11 pages
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Jesse Haubert

Aspiring Screenwriter

Reviewer Rating:
Screenplays: 15
Reviews: 5

Short Bio

Nothing here.

Screenplays

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Amelia's Spirit
Feature

Draft #2 | Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
Rating is only available to members
5 months ago | reviews | 108 pages

Amelia's Spirit
Feature

Draft #2 | Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
Rating is only available to members
5 months ago | reviews | 108 pages
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Reviews

PAURA
Short

Rating is only available to members
9 months ago | 14 reviews | 3 pages

Mister
Short

Rating is only available to members
8 months ago | 13 reviews | 2 pages
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PAURA
Short

Rating is only available to members
9 months ago | 14 reviews | 3 pages

Mister
Short

Rating is only available to members
8 months ago | 13 reviews | 2 pages
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Recent Activity

Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #4 (season finally) tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia and Zeek go hiking, After an avalanche, Amelia ends up having to save Zeek.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #3 tv series
Genre: Drama,Crime
Zeek’s uncle is sick and makes him escort a client for him, which he finds so frightening he has to go to Amelia for comfort afterward.
4 months ago
reviews
26 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Episode #2 tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia starts tutoring session with Leigh, and struggles with self-confidence, and starts Equine Psychotherapy.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia Spirit: Pilot tv series
Genre: Drama
Amelia, who has been severely abused by her mother, is taken to the hospital by her brother, during a very difficult child labor.
4 months ago
reviews
31 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia Spirit: Episode #2 - Learning and Doing tv series
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her abusive home, a timid young girl, with a plush horse who she thinks is alive, slowly gains confidence while also raising the spirits of her foster mother and her new friend.
4 months ago
reviews
24 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a television screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit: Pilot Episode tv series
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
32 pages
Jesse Haubert completed a review for
4 months ago
Dog's Eye View short
Genre: Drama
Review Rating:
A loving dog's conscience is shaken after discovering a dark truth about his owner.

I liked Buddy. I did notice that he sure understands a lot of human speech for a dog, but that’s not totally impossible, and it also common in fictional animals. The story is interesting, and I really felt for poor Buddy. I was glad when he ran away from Robert in the end. I did wonder where Buddy was going to go, although I am not sure if it really matters. I was a bit confused when Buddy thought of Robert as being the worst person a dog could get, because he seemed like a good dog human, although still a bad and criminal person. Of course, Buddy probably does not realize that could have ended up with an abusive dog human. I am still kind of glad that Buddy still left him, even though he was a good dog human (I know the term might be a little silly, but I just do not like to refer to myself as my dog's owner), and even though he probably does not realize how good he had it. I think this might have been more exciting if I had not known, before reading it, that he was going to find out something bad about his human, and it had come as a surprise. Still, I do understand that you had to put something in the logline that would make people want to read it. The scenes at the park were confusing because of the way they were all together. You might want to at least separate them into different paragraphs, or into separate scenes, which they seemed like they probably should be. It would make it neater, easier to read, and more like how an official film script in formatted. If you have a scene in the same place, during the same time of day, as you did earlier, you might want to add that it's later. I am not completely sure why this is, but it probably prevents confusion. Example: EXT.PARK-DAY-LATER Scene Also, when a character is on the phone, you can put it in the same line as the character’s name, as long as it is after the name. Example: ROBERT (on phone) Dialog Also, there is a small issue with the flashback on page eight You told about it in in the script, to somebody reading the script, but now to somebody watching the film. You might want to add a scene showing the flashback. Example: FLASHBACK SCEAN HEADING scene END OF FLASHBACK

5 months ago
1 reviews
11 pages
Jesse Haubert just claimed a review for a short script
4 months ago
Dog's Eye View short
Genre: Drama
A loving dog's conscience is shaken after discovering a dark truth about his owner.
5 months ago
1 reviews
11 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a feature screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit feature
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
110 pages
Jesse Haubert uploaded a feature screenplay
4 months ago
Amelia's Spirit feature
Genre: Drama
After being taken away from her home, a young girl learns to live, while coming to terms with her abuse, and raising the spirits of those around her.
4 months ago
reviews
110 pages