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Scott Neustadter

Are There Tears in Your Popcorn? What to Learn From The Fault in Our Stars

Cary A. Presant, M.D. | Posted 07.01.2014 | Healthy Living
Cary A. Presant, M.D.

The Fault in Our Stars movie portrays the fault in our lives when challenged with illness, and the joy in our lives when these challenges are met.

The Fault in Our Stars: Why We Should Watch It Twice

James Russell Lingerfelt | Posted 08.10.2014 | Entertainment
James Russell Lingerfelt

What happens when you bring a talented, experienced cast and crew together with a well-written, multi-layered story, and everyone believes in the film's message? A movie, if we watch twice, helps us discover numerous lessons we may have missed the first time.

John Green's 'Paper Towns' Is Headed To The Big Screen

Posted 03.25.2014 | Entertainment

Before "The Fault in Our Stars" can even begin to steamroll the summer box office, another John Green novel has received the Hollywood green light. Fo...

Christopher Rosen

The Year's Best Teen Movie Almost Didn't Happen

HuffingtonPost.com | Christopher Rosen | Posted 08.14.2013 | Entertainment

"The Spectacular Now" screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber have become purveyors of coming-of-age films, and they wouldn't have it any ...

The Manic Pixie Dream Tramp

Caroline Hagood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Caroline Hagood

The emotions surrounding the MPDG run deeper than mere resentment. They are Amazing Manic Pixies only while they are loved. Before that, they are merely everyday women, and afterwards, they are harpies.

(500) Days of Summer writer Scott Neustadter on Relationships

Rachel Freed | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Rachel Freed

Scott Neustadter: There's no such thing as villains in real relationship stories, just two people who don't feel the same. It sucks but it's nobody's fault.

When Harry Met Sadness: (500) Days of Summer Reconsiders American Romantic Comedy

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Gregory Weinkauf

(500) Days of Summer is not the smartest, funniest or sleekest movie to which Fox didn't invite me this year -- but in its pretentious mope-rock way it is ambitious, thoughtful and fulfilling.