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  • @slowbeard
    22 October, 2018

    If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my time writing about movies, it’s that literally no one understands the meani… https://t.co/6Ftp4wwZGf

  • @slowbeard
    22 October, 2018

    "The cursed centenarian added that he has no regrets, but that if he could do it all over again, he probably would… https://t.co/Ct9YxytdJH

  • @slowbeard
    22 October, 2018

    RT @ben_rosen: FOUNDING FATHER: we must always have an electoral college and 2 senators per state ME: ok but what if 40 million people liv…

  • @slowbeard
    21 October, 2018

    RT @ragipsoylu: Khashoggi and a cat. May God rest his soul in peace... https://t.co/UQU3cbYPo6

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    20 October, 2018

    RT @tomscocca: Today is the first day of the rest of your life https://t.co/3Gik686Wq3

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Michael Nordine

Michael Nordine

Michael Nordine is a regular contributor to LA Weekly and its satellite papers, for whom he also serves as film copy-editor. A native Angeleno, he is a member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

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