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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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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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The anxiously anticipated film adaptation of “Dear Evan Hansen'' entirely misses the mark, serving up a cringeworthy film that makes headlines for all the wrong reasons. 
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The anxiously anticipated film adaptation of “Dear Evan Hansen'' entirely misses the mark, serving up a cringeworthy film that makes headlines for all the wrong reasons. 
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Among other mental health struggles the movie hopes to address, “Dear Evan Hansen” highlights how grief can destroy a family while sparking revelations in one’s knowledge of themselves.
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Among other mental health struggles the movie hopes to address, “Dear Evan Hansen” highlights how grief can destroy a family while sparking revelations in one’s knowledge of themselves.
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Steve Lacy was an image in peach as he strutted onto the stage at The Fillmore on Friday night in a denim suit and shiny Gucci oxfords.
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Steve Lacy was an image in peach as he strutted onto the stage at The Fillmore on Friday night in a denim suit and shiny Gucci oxfords.
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Amandla Stenberg, who plays the lead character, Starr, in “The Hate U Give,” Russell Hornsby, who plays her father, Maverick, and director George Tillman Jr. sat next to each other. The comfort of the three members of the movie was palpable.
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Amandla Stenberg, who plays the lead character, Starr, in “The Hate U Give,” Russell Hornsby, who plays her father, Maverick, and director George Tillman Jr. sat next to each other. The comfort of the three members of the movie was palpable.
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Being a child is a privilege of sorts — typically, it allows nonchalance and requires very little worry. For Starr Carter (Amandla Stenberg), however, her childhood circumstances insist that she know her rights, know her worth. Starr does not have the privilege of being a child.
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Being a child is a privilege of sorts — typically, it allows nonchalance and requires very little worry. For Starr Carter (Amandla Stenberg), however, her childhood circumstances insist that she know her rights, know her worth. Starr does not have the privilege of being a child.
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“The Darkest Minds” is another notch in Hollywood’s bedpost of female protagonists who juggle survival in a dystopia with an average teenage love life.
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“The Darkest Minds” is another notch in Hollywood’s bedpost of female protagonists who juggle survival in a dystopia with an average teenage love life.
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