Michael Ordoña has covered film and television for the Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle for more than a decade. He has also reviewed movies for Common Sense Media. He is an alumnus of both the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and Berkeley High School, and freely admits to a blatant Bay Area bias in all sports.
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