The Great American Script Contest
Both the subject matter and the humor in this script are more adult than one might expect for a movie about a teenage fairy godmother, and as a result the story takes on a much greater thematic weight. The characters are memorable and well-developed with distinctive voices, the dialogue is for the most part witty and funny (even if Becca doesn't always sound like a nine-year-old, even a very gifted one), and the plot is structurally very neat and clear.
The ending works surprisingly well for one with so many twists and various elements, utilizing the inevitable high-fantasy magic but not abandoning the characters and their own conflicts.
Characters, dialogue and structure rated very high.