Cinephiles, casual movie-goers, and anyone interested in what goes on behind the scenes of film-making should check out the Internet Movie Script Database. This website compiles digital copies of scripts (in draft and final form) for famous films, from the 1978 science fiction horror flick Alien to the more recent 2017 Pixar hit Coco. An invaluable resource for aspiring screenwriters, users can search the database by keyword or browse scripts by title or genre using the links on the left side of the page linked above. All scripts are formatted for HTML so they can be read directly in the browser window. Readers can also explore some television transcripts and French movie scripts, or engage in comment forums with other users. Further, users can submit transcripts of films that are not yet included in the database by clicking "Submit" at the bottom of the page.