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  • @theamynicholson
    10 December, 2016

    RT @davidehrlich: the tragic story of a man whose pathological quest to be loved led him to become the most hated person on the planet.

  • @theamynicholson
    9 December, 2016

    @mollylambert THIS WAS A VERY BAD GOOGLE SEARCH https://t.co/rV0uZZwQmc

  • @theamynicholson
    9 December, 2016

    RT @justin_kanew: Republican @SenateMajLdr refuses to let us know the CIA says Russia is trying to throw the election to Trump. Trump the…

  • @theamynicholson
    9 December, 2016

    Ohio rep Jim Buchy is 76. He wants to ban abortion. Why would women get one? Him: "I've never even thought about it" https://t.co/KMwYQH5eCO

  • @theamynicholson
    9 December, 2016

    RT @washingtonpost: Breaking: Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win the White House https://t.co/dfpFbqeRKF

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Amy Nicholson

Amy Nicholson

Amy Nicholson is chief film critic for L.A. Weekly. Her reviews and stories appear in all Voice Media Group publications, and she co-hosts the weekly Voice Film Club podcast. Nicholson holds a double B.A. in film studies and anthropology from the University of Oklahoma as well as a master’s in professional writing from USC. Her criticism has been recognized by the Los Angeles Press Club and the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, and her first book, Tom Cruise: Anatomy of an Actor, was recently published by Cahiers du Cinema. Reach her on Twitter at @theamynicholson.

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