@theamynicholson

  • @theamynicholson
    24 April, 2015

    @ctklimek Oh dear. I don't have a rug. Will you settle for walking on my cat?

  • @theamynicholson
    24 April, 2015

    Oh god. RT @nickwiger Who will be the first fuckin nerd to get a Damaged forehead tattoo

  • @theamynicholson
    24 April, 2015

    RT @MrCamW: Breaking: Batman to get "dead parents" tattooed on his forehead #foreheadshadowing

  • @theamynicholson
    24 April, 2015

    Is that a mouth tattoo on the Joker's hand? A MOUTH TATTOO ON HIS HAND. My bad tattoo phobia is seriously flipping out.

  • @theamynicholson
    24 April, 2015

    RT @russfischer: New Joker pioneers concept of tattooing a character’s dialogue on their body. Next: Hamlet with “To Be or Not to Be” as a …

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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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