BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Film & Television

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Though populated with exasperating vernacular and bleak visual motifs, “Not Okay” chronicles a stimulating tale that leaves audiences entertained, upset and pensive all at once.
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Though populated with exasperating vernacular and bleak visual motifs, “Not Okay” chronicles a stimulating tale that leaves audiences entertained, upset and pensive all at once.
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Although “The Gray Man” by no means breaks the espionage thriller mold, particularly striking performances prevent it from plunging altogether into tedium.
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Although “The Gray Man” by no means breaks the espionage thriller mold, particularly striking performances prevent it from plunging altogether into tedium.
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"Nope" is an imaginative sci-fi that dips in and out of the Western, layering the grit of a family way out west with the extraterrestrial, the impossible.
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"Nope" is an imaginative sci-fi that dips in and out of the Western, layering the grit of a family way out west with the extraterrestrial, the impossible.
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Only halfway through its second season, “Only Murders in the Building” has proved its solidity through fun new characters and ever-changing suspects in an enthralling murder case.
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Only halfway through its second season, “Only Murders in the Building” has proved its solidity through fun new characters and ever-changing suspects in an enthralling murder case.
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Substituting class for cringe, “Persuasion,” rather than enticing a protraction of the Regency drama economy, is a master class in forging secondhand embarrassment.
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Substituting class for cringe, “Persuasion,” rather than enticing a protraction of the Regency drama economy, is a master class in forging secondhand embarrassment.
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With an eclectic lineup of shorts and feature films, the Frozen Film Festival presented a bursting collection of stories, myths and fairy tales from around the globe.
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With an eclectic lineup of shorts and feature films, the Frozen Film Festival presented a bursting collection of stories, myths and fairy tales from around the globe.
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As the titular Ms. Marvel, Khan shines as a brand-new heroine struggling to navigate maturity, just as her creators are doing the same.
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As the titular Ms. Marvel, Khan shines as a brand-new heroine struggling to navigate maturity, just as her creators are doing the same.
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Heartfelt and meticulous, “Don’t Make Me Go” goes strong for so long — it’s appalling how lost it ends up.
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Heartfelt and meticulous, “Don’t Make Me Go” goes strong for so long — it’s appalling how lost it ends up.
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Rough edges aside, the age-old debate of nature versus nurture takes shape in the haunting mystery of “Where the Crawdads Sing.”
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Rough edges aside, the age-old debate of nature versus nurture takes shape in the haunting mystery of “Where the Crawdads Sing.”
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Overproduced and uninspired, “Thor: Love and Thunder” isn’t unseating anyone’s favorite Marvel movie any time soon.
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Overproduced and uninspired, “Thor: Love and Thunder” isn’t unseating anyone’s favorite Marvel movie any time soon.
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