Do you enjoy watching interesting movies? If you do, then you’ll also enjoy doing this method of brain training.
This brain training method uses a fun creativity method to keep and increase your intelligence called the MOVIE BRAIN GAME.
How do you do the MOVIE BRAIN GAME?
Use this eBooks’ Brain Training Tools (story writing tips) to analyze movies that you watch. You simply answer what each tools asks or states about the movie. What you write is called a FILM-FILE.
There are 75 tools and you’ll use many of them. In time, you’ll understand and use many more of these tools. Don’t worry about not using every tool. Just use the tools you like.
Under each numbered eBook tool is its FILM-FILE TOOL with questions and requests that you will answer regarding the movie that you viewed.
And by the way, when you answer what a tool asks about a movie, you are creative writing, which is a strong method of brain training. There is no writers’ block regarding the MOVIE BRAIN GAME.
This MOVIE BRAIN GAME is that easy to do. Effective brain training doesn’t have to be difficult, but it has to be fun and interesting so that you and I will do it consistently.
Play the MOVIE BRAIN GAME with each movie you watch. It helps if the movies you watch make you think (don’t just watch action movies with explosions and car crashes). We all remember favorite movies in our past. Make film-files of those favorites and watch those movies again. You’ll be amazed how using the eBook tools will make you realize so much more about those favorites.
There is no limit to what you can write. With writers’ block dismissed, your film-file can be five pages, or fifty pages. Don’t worry about the length or be fussy about the content of each film-file. Just get writing and have fun as you refer the tools to that film you viewed.
Play the MOVIE BRAIN GAME with a film until you’re bored with it, then move onto the next movie and again write a film-file. Don’t ever put pressure on yourself to do more in your film-file when you are not enjoying building that film-file anymore. You have done well, so move onto the next film-file.
Keep your film-files forever! They are your creations, you own them. Come back to your stored film-files at a later date and you’ll be amazed how much your creativity (intelligence) has increased with practice.
You can do this enjoyable MOVIE BRAIN GAME for 10 minutes in your lunch hour (cell phone, laptop) as you think about the movie you recently watched, or for 10 hours at your home as you write your film-file.
Once familiar with this eBook, read it in the order you like, which means you might open the eBook in its middle and select 5 or 10 tools. Remember the tools that are your favorites and continue to use and refer those favorites tools to your MOVIE BRAIN GAME.
Your film-file will be named after the movie you refer it to. Record your film-file in your computer or laptop (or on paper in a notebook). When you record your film-file’s creative thoughts, list the brain training tip number and write how the movie relates to that tip (tool).
When playing the MOVIE BRAIN GAME grow your film-file larger and more complex over weeks, months, and years. Watch the movie again and go back to the eBook often for more creativity. You’ll be amazed how your increased creativity will continue to enhance your film-files.
We will never quit watching movies, whether we view one movie a week or one movie a month.
Creating your MOVIE BRAIN GAME film-files is an enjoyable type of brain training that you will do for your lifetime.
One good movie is enough to supply you with weeks or a month of brain training opportunities as you answer the eBook’s tools’ meanings to that movie.
Store your film-files in your computers and refer to them again in six months or a year (or when you again watch that movie). Your creativity and brain training will increase as your film-file collection continues to grow.
Creativity=intelligence=confidence=optimism is this eBook’s theme.
What is special about The Writers’ Stimulus Brain Training Tools?
EFFICIENCY. They are SHORT, CONCISE, INFORMATIVE AND EFFECTIVE. These summarized tools are what I wish I had had when I started fiction writing. In every screenplay I write, I refer to these story tips to make sure I’ve included everything I need for a solid story.
With the two most important subjects (math and writing ability) in business, university and high school dependent upon creativity (right brain), these brain boosting tools (MOVIE BRAIN GAME FILM-FILES) are effective from the teenage years right through adulthood.
THE BASIC DESCRIPTION OF A SCREENPLAY is:
identifying the protagonist’s problem and an introduction of characters; an inciting incident that spins the story into its main-body (which can have many acts) that is ‘the drive’ where conflict causes the events to get worse until they arrive at the crisis (showdown), which results in the climax; and the resolution, which should be short.
THE MOVIE BRAIN GAME, WRITING A FILM-FILE:
Sometimes with this Stimulus eBook tools (tips) I start in the middle – that’s the beauty of it, it’s a collection of tools (tips) that I can play with as I desire. In my lunch hour or bus ride I open my phone and pick out five eBook tools that I refer to the movie I watched recently. When I’m thinking about that movie with the eBook tools, I’m brain training, it’s that simple. When I get home I write those ideas into my film-file (MOVIE BRAIN GAME) for that movie.
With repetition this eBook information will become instinctive when you perform the MOVIE BRAIN GAME and create a film-file. Not every tool will motivate you, but you will have your favorites (10-30 of them). And a tool (brain training tip) that does nothing for you at this moment might be your favorite tool in a year or two.
Good luck with it.
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