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  • @studiesincrap
    17 January, 2018

    RT @PBS: Watch the Oscar-nominated I Am Not Your Negro from @IndependentLens, to hear James Baldwin's breathtaking words spoken by Samuel L…

  • @studiesincrap
    17 January, 2018

    @simonsaybrams Is there a trenchcoat emoji

  • @studiesincrap
    17 January, 2018

    @elizs Yes, the newer one is stronger and on point

  • @studiesincrap
    17 January, 2018

    @JonZilla___ We all know it’ll be Giant Hillary

  • @studiesincrap
    17 January, 2018

    Maze Runner has the most half-assed romantic triangle since I was in high school had two separate go-nowhere crushe… https://t.co/BZl1oWF7J9

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Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl is film editor and writer at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press, Dallas Observer and OC Weekly.

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