I love Aaron Sorkin. The West Wing, Newsroom, The Social Network...all of it. Sorkin's unique writing style and continuing structure have elevated him above most screenwriters in the same position and made him a familiar face in a profession that oftentimes doesn't come with as much fanfare as other film roles. Lessons From The Screenplay examines Sorkin's style and then breaks down how it can be imitated in the video below! I know I'm biased in loving his work, is there anyone who reads the site who can't stand him?