Double post, but for good reason. I've been wanting to say this for a while...
For the people who have been diligently (or at least with much impatience) keeping up to date with this thread, it's very obvious that I don't update. Ever. The general excuse I give you is that I'm busy, no? Well, that's true, but it's not the whole reason I don't update.
Every time I get the chance to sit down and take a look back at the script, I generally get through the first two or three pages before closing Word with a resounding "Eh...". The problem isn't that I don't know what to write, it's just that what I've written so far is on such a lower level of writing that I probably would have to start from the beginning to make the script sound competent to me at all. And I would gladly do this, but given that I wrote this only one year ago I can only imagine that in the near future I would probably return to this, see a lack of deeper meaning and corny, cliche dialog like I do now, and would opt to rewrite it again.
As great as a fan service a script were to be, writing one without professional technique or guidance can only end in failure to create a creditable movie. In my spare time, I will probably still work on it, reformat it, and generally use it to practice my writing skills (which is really what it was intended for in the first place). But if you people still want a community fan-service that I might be able to help on, there is an alternative that might bring forth the same result...
Over the last year, I've done some research on independent animations and movies, and movie production in general. A novel concept for you: the vast majority of anime, American/European animation, and even some big-screen live action movies, originate from one simple franchise: comics. But you all knew that, right? What you might not know is that even the worst written comics and manga can result in an astoundingly sturdy OVA, as long as they are publicized and have at least some reader base. And comics are indubitably affordable to produce. Just look at webcomics.
This is just an idea. I can tell you now that the movie script (at least this version of it) is crippled, in hospice, and awaiting death. A comic is a decent, cheap, and fan-creditable alternative; but all I would offer to do is provide the script, the rest of you would have to draw and publish it. I'm leaving the choice up to this forum, but the movie script is going nowhere.