Posts by Steve Neumann

Steve Neumann

About The Author

Steve Neumann is a Los Angeles transplant via Michigan. A graduate of Michigan State University in Theatre, he has been in L.A. for nine years. Steve is avidly involved in Arts Education and works for many great school district and various age groups. He is a Master Teaching Artist with the Center Theatre Group and the proud owner of The Sunset Theatre Company. Steve also had the pleasure of attending five Oscars as the Supervisor of Event Services at the Kodak Theatre. Steve is an avid fan of film, especially comedy and historical epics. Some favorite films and guilty pleasures include, but definitely not limited to, Swingers, Braveheart, Gladiator, The Godfather, A Knight's Tale, Far and Away, The Hangover, Anchorman, and Casino. Steve also works as a comedian and was a top 10 finalist in the Best Improvisor in L.A. at IO West and was also named The National Enrichment Teacher of the Year for the 2009 school year. Steve is set to be married in September and if you really like his writing you can send him a gift, he's registered at the usual places!
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Review: ‘Arthur Newman’

The new film starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt disappoints.

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Review: ‘Emperor’ is Lacking

'Emperor' had potential, but misses the mark in some key areas.

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Review: ‘Family Weekend’

Steve Neumann says that Family Weekend is a pleasantly surprising comedy.

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Review: ‘Killing Them Softly’

Andrew Dominik offers not subtle messages in his strong new film Killing Them Softly, starring Brad Pitt. Steve Neumann has the review.

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Review: Finding Nemo 3D

Finding Nemo gets the 3D treatment and while it’s still a wonderful film, don’t expect to be wowed by the effects. Steve Neumann reviews.

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Review: ‘Fightville’ Loses Its Match

The new documentary Fightville takes an in-depth look at the world of MMA, as fighters struggle to realize to their dreams. Steve Neumann says it fails to connect with a wide audience.

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Review: American Reunion

Steve Neumann says American Reunion will give fans of the franchise exactly what they want.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Animated Feature Film

Disney and Pixar are noticeably absent from a tight race for Best Animated Feature Film. Which movie will triumph? Steve Neumann has the analysis in our Road to the Oscars Series.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Foreign Film

While one film sticks out as the far and away favorite, Steve Neumann reviews all the nominees for Best Foreign Films and offers potential sleeper and upset picks.

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Review: A Separation

Steve Neumann reviews the Iranian film, A Separation

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Review: ‘Hugo’ is 3D Done Right

Martin Scorsese's first 3D film, Hugo, is a beautiful film artistically, says Steve Neumann.

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Review: ‘My Week with Marilyn’

Michelle Williams delivers an Oscar-worthy performance as Marilyn Monroe, and Kenneth Branagh is excellent as Laurence Olivier, says Steve Neumann in his review of My Week with Marilyn.

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Review: ‘Jack & Jill’ is Typical Sandler

The trailer for Jack & Jill may look unappealing, but Steve Neumann says it's just like any other Adam Sandler film.

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Review: ‘Puss in Boots’ is Year’s Best Animated Film

In a year filled with animated films, Puss in Boots may just be the best in 2011, says Steve Neumann.

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Review: ‘Contagion’

Steve Neumann takes a look at Contagion, which hits theaters tomorrow.

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