Are you all out of your ****ing minds?!
How about, "is my idea strong enough for a movie?" How about, "who is my main character and what is his/her story and how do I best tell it?" How about, "what am I trying to say that might actually engage an audience of paying strangers for two hours?"
Tab indentations and thickness of card stock? Yeah, that's really what I need to be thinking about.
"Hey, I have this GREAT idea for a feature script with this utterly compelling, flawed character who goes on this cool arc by doing [x], [y], and [z] which is like really difficult because of this wicked nemesis and ... what? Oh! Yes, I was going to use a Blue cover ... and Courier 12 point font ... yep, absolutely, I'm measuring the brad lengths now ... pardon? What's my story? ****! I've forgotten ..."
Don't EVER tell me the first rule of screenwriting is ****ing formatting. That's the EASY part. If in doubt go buy Final Draft (shameless plug in the vain hope of free upgrades). Try concentrating on what your damn story is and who your characters are and why anyone should care. THAT is the hard part.
ps apologies if the font, colour, or general composition of this blog post does not meet legislated regulatory standards ...