I just received feedback from a friend of a friend on a screenplay, but that's not what this article is about. Because that feedback mentioned some formatting errors, I decided to take the screenplay, written first on Claris Works using macros, transferred to Microsoft Word for Mac, then converted to PC Word, and finally converted to Google Docs, and convert it to a proper screenplay format. The problem is that Celtx, which had been free for years, decided to go with a subscription plan (frustrating because I had nearly a decade to use it for free). Anyhow, I tried a program with hardly any reviews on Download.com called Trelby.
It did not automatically import my text file very well, as in I had to identify scene, character, and dialogue, but I did not have to retype the movie. It also has some analysis tools that I found interesting, so I thought I'd post some results. Keep in mind that this is the longest comedy screeplay ever written, but you can see how the program gives you an idea about what's going on in the story.
Oh, and here's the link to the screenplay.