BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Film & Television

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Hulu’s latest comedy “The Bear” serves up a mean and addicting plate of underdog kitchen drama that slices up the many layers of what it means to run a family restaurant.
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Hulu’s latest comedy “The Bear” serves up a mean and addicting plate of underdog kitchen drama that slices up the many layers of what it means to run a family restaurant.
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Cohen is painted as a man bent on two things: God and not repeating himself. The film’s strength is its use of archival footage to attest to this lonely and difficult urgency for ever-new forms of holiness.
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Cohen is painted as a man bent on two things: God and not repeating himself. The film’s strength is its use of archival footage to attest to this lonely and difficult urgency for ever-new forms of holiness.
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So much of the finale’s excellence lies not with its stunning visuals or referential slasher style, but with its most intimate scenes.
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So much of the finale’s excellence lies not with its stunning visuals or referential slasher style, but with its most intimate scenes.
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While the main characters often lose themselves in new timelines, the third installment can’t seem to gain its own bearings in the maze of its ever-growing ensemble cast.
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While the main characters often lose themselves in new timelines, the third installment can’t seem to gain its own bearings in the maze of its ever-growing ensemble cast.
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The five-year gap between “Despicable Me 3” and the latest film in the franchise — “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” released July 1— meant that audiences young and old were shaking in anticipation of the cinematic evil to come.
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The five-year gap between “Despicable Me 3” and the latest film in the franchise — “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” released July 1— meant that audiences young and old were shaking in anticipation of the cinematic evil to come.
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By dramatizing this fraught relationship, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” casts a light on the Jedi Master’s emotional scars, adding even more depth to his character.
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By dramatizing this fraught relationship, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” casts a light on the Jedi Master’s emotional scars, adding even more depth to his character.
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As Huestis and Molitor have known each other since their early days in the Castro, the documentary embraces a level of intimacy lost in other recounts of history.
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As Huestis and Molitor have known each other since their early days in the Castro, the documentary embraces a level of intimacy lost in other recounts of history.
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Booster covers being the only Asian person at a P.F. Chang’s in Boise, the age-old dogs versus cats debate, Fleshlights and more — all in just one hour.
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Booster covers being the only Asian person at a P.F. Chang’s in Boise, the age-old dogs versus cats debate, Fleshlights and more — all in just one hour.
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In her first feature documentary, “Impresario,” director Lauretta Molitor managed to capture Marc Huestis' ethos.
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In her first feature documentary, “Impresario,” director Lauretta Molitor managed to capture Marc Huestis' ethos.
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Marcel’s search for community comes to the world during a time in which that desire is very relatable; the writers chose the best possible path for the shell to take for his first feature length story.
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Marcel’s search for community comes to the world during a time in which that desire is very relatable; the writers chose the best possible path for the shell to take for his first feature length story.
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