For many writers, too much time is spent at the end of the screenwriting process, re-reading a script and making small tweaks that won't have much of an impact on the writing. Changing commas, tweaking tiny details, what have you.
But if you're smart about it, you can use your last few reads to fine tune and improve your script in tangible ways.
We've listed a preliminary "Final Draft Checklist" below. If you run through the list successfully, you can make those final reads as productive as possible.