BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Film & Television

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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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It is embarassing but undeniable that the only erotic things about the film are the volcanoes themselves; it doesn’t help that much footage of the stretching, throbbing, folding and spewing masses is set to French lounge music.
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It is embarassing but undeniable that the only erotic things about the film are the volcanoes themselves; it doesn’t help that much footage of the stretching, throbbing, folding and spewing masses is set to French lounge music.
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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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“Three Thousand Years of Longing” may not be thematically fresh, but it is at least a comforting reminder that we live in a plenum.
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“Three Thousand Years of Longing” may not be thematically fresh, but it is at least a comforting reminder that we live in a plenum.
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“We Are As Gods” is not one of the better films of this year, but it is one of the most relevant, and it resists the mistakes that many other documentaries commit.
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“We Are As Gods” is not one of the better films of this year, but it is one of the most relevant, and it resists the mistakes that many other documentaries commit.
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At Millwood High, the craziest thing isn’t that there’s a killer on the loose, but that the small-town school has a budget for a ballet program.
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At Millwood High, the craziest thing isn’t that there’s a killer on the loose, but that the small-town school has a budget for a ballet program.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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It’s astonishing how good a bad movie can make Brad Pitt look.
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It’s astonishing how good a bad movie can make Brad Pitt look.
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It’s been a good summer for horror — “X”; “Crimes of the Future”; “Nope”; “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”; and now, Andrew Semans’ “Resurrection.”
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It’s been a good summer for horror — “X”; “Crimes of the Future”; “Nope”; “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”; and now, Andrew Semans’ “Resurrection.”
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Novak’s script alternates between coloring inside the lines of character clichés (to successful comedic effect) and complicating character types when convenient within the film’s narrative.
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Novak’s script alternates between coloring inside the lines of character clichés (to successful comedic effect) and complicating character types when convenient within the film’s narrative.
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