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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Grace Orriss

Grace Orriss joined The Daily Californian's arts & entertainment staff in fall 2018 and currently contributes to the department as the spring 2021 television beat and as a senior staff writer. Her previous roles include theater beat reporter (spring 2019), arts & entertainment assistant editor (fall 2019), arts & entertainment head editor (spring and summer 2020) and special issues editor (fall 2020).

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“A Quiet Place Part II” doesn’t mess with the elements that made the prior film work, resulting in a project that’s as engaging as it is schlocky.
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“A Quiet Place Part II” doesn’t mess with the elements that made the prior film work, resulting in a project that’s as engaging as it is schlocky.
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I know that my friendships and the lessons I’ve learned here will continue on long after I’ve left campus. But graduation is still the closing of a chapter, and a juvenile part of me wishes there was some kind of post-credits assurance that things will manage to stay the exact same despite the massive change on the horizon.
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I know that my friendships and the lessons I’ve learned here will continue on long after I’ve left campus. But graduation is still the closing of a chapter, and a juvenile part of me wishes there was some kind of post-credits assurance that things will manage to stay the exact same despite the massive change on the horizon.
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“Newsflash!” is adept at pinpointing the deepest fears of recent and soon-to-be grads, but it doesn’t languish in that ennui for too long, giving its characters a happy ending that teaches them they’re “more than their degree.”
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“Newsflash!” is adept at pinpointing the deepest fears of recent and soon-to-be grads, but it doesn’t languish in that ennui for too long, giving its characters a happy ending that teaches them they’re “more than their degree.”
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There is a responsibility, when invoking the consequential issues that Walker represents — white privilege, police brutality, American war crimes — to interrogate those topics beyond lip service.
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There is a responsibility, when invoking the consequential issues that Walker represents — white privilege, police brutality, American war crimes — to interrogate those topics beyond lip service.
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Where “WandaVision” took full advantage of its TV format, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” has a more uneasy relationship with the medium, reading mostly as an extended “Captain America” movie.
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Where “WandaVision” took full advantage of its TV format, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” has a more uneasy relationship with the medium, reading mostly as an extended “Captain America” movie.
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The roster of sketches was unfortunately — and unusually, even judging by the season standard so far — lacking.
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The roster of sketches was unfortunately — and unusually, even judging by the season standard so far — lacking.
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Here is a guide to some of the more notable TV entries, as well as a heads-up for which shows will be worth watching when they hit the airwaves this spring.
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Here is a guide to some of the more notable TV entries, as well as a heads-up for which shows will be worth watching when they hit the airwaves this spring.
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Former Disney Channel star and current Priyanka Chopra husband Nick Jonas isn’t a natural comedy performer — his practiced brand of rigid geniality translated into some very stilted reading off of the cue cards on this week’s “Saturday Night Live.”
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Former Disney Channel star and current Priyanka Chopra husband Nick Jonas isn’t a natural comedy performer — his practiced brand of rigid geniality translated into some very stilted reading off of the cue cards on this week’s “Saturday Night Live.”
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Here are our predictions for which nominees will go home (or, in this case, stay home) with a golden statue.
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Here are our predictions for which nominees will go home (or, in this case, stay home) with a golden statue.
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