@theamynicholson

  • @theamynicholson
    29 June, 2015

    @nedrick Gasp! He's gotta be immortal.

  • @theamynicholson
    29 June, 2015

    @JLinden3 @davidehrlich I bet you've got some amazing outtakes.

  • @theamynicholson
    29 June, 2015

    Wonder how many people on this subway would judge me if they knew I was jamming Nelson "Love & Affection"? Wonder who even remembers Nelson?

  • @theamynicholson
    29 June, 2015

    The first viral video to make me cry in over a year. Even with that sugar garbage song. http://t.co/ApamJFXnzh

  • @theamynicholson
    29 June, 2015

    @DrewUnga @ABC7 Good christ.

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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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