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Was chief film critic for mtv news in la weekly she's also written a book on tom cruise called tom cruise anatomy of an actor and genu motto film reporter for the los angeles times rotten tomatoes movie cinematic movies dot com and the daily beast and more i really love this conversation and i felt like it could've gone on for three to four hours but you have to make it digestible for podcasts so i hope you enjoy this conversation as much as i did and if you'd like to find out more about this show visit at i was there too on twitter or at mak gowrali on twitter instagram and letterbox and also if you can suggest a guest for this program email me at i was there to pod at g mail dot com you can also sit in on the interview if you'd like so let me know by emailing me at that address thank you very much and enjoy to letty today every single one the critic's review nicholson all right amy and jen i'm curious you how you approach a film for review in the first place as a professional critic there has to be a certain sense of dissection happening as you watch but does a great film kind of by definition like take you out of the analytical mindset and you forget about it and think about it later or how often are you in the moment or out of the moment question both of us keep notes.