"The Loser’s Club works primarily because it pairs great fundamentals in the presentation and structure of the narrative with wildly creative characters. In a script that has a fair share of surprises, the most interesting thing was the cast. Regardless of how large the role is, every character has such a memorable personality or description that it makes the whole narrative appear highly original even though it adheres fairly rigidly to conventional three act structure. However, this adherence is to the narrative’s benefit as the highs and lows of the story land at the appropriate times. The journey of change may seem familiar when laid out clinically, beat by beat, but the characters have enough personality and often more than enough complexity to their motivations to give The Loser’s Club real distinction.
The Loser’s Club succeeds because of fantastic characters and solid structure. These two qualities make for the bedrock of any good script, but this narrative has a lot of other positives on top of this. Ever escalating tension, some great moment-to- moment writing in the action description, creative dialogue – these all add up to give the impression of a very professional script. I enjoyed my time with this story because it swings for the fences with interesting plot points, but gives us a reason to care about the action with nuanced characters. A good read from beginning to end."