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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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“The Way of Water” plunges its audience into a three-hour runtime many will find it easy to drown in.
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“The Way of Water” plunges its audience into a three-hour runtime many will find it easy to drown in.
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Overall, “The Clone Wars” is a wonderful way to experience nostalgia while also exploring new content in the “Star Wars” world.
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Overall, “The Clone Wars” is a wonderful way to experience nostalgia while also exploring new content in the “Star Wars” world.
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If all it takes is a wad of cash and a distant relative’s permission to greenlight “Finding Jack,” then these filmmakers aren’t being respectful of Dean’s legacy.
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If all it takes is a wad of cash and a distant relative’s permission to greenlight “Finding Jack,” then these filmmakers aren’t being respectful of Dean’s legacy.
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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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Besson is a master of CGI vision, more deserving of indulging in the form than possibly any other director working today — he’s known for the absurd, and with CGI you can easily make the absurd out of pixels.
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Besson is a master of CGI vision, more deserving of indulging in the form than possibly any other director working today — he’s known for the absurd, and with CGI you can easily make the absurd out of pixels.
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Sci-fi, through its pushing of the boundaries of how real and computer-generated imagery can be synthesized, has a responsibility to get it right.
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Sci-fi, through its pushing of the boundaries of how real and computer-generated imagery can be synthesized, has a responsibility to get it right.
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It’s a perfectly serviceable and enjoyable suspense flick. The problem is that we can’t watch it in a vacuum, and the specter of “Alien” haunts the film.
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It’s a perfectly serviceable and enjoyable suspense flick. The problem is that we can’t watch it in a vacuum, and the specter of “Alien” haunts the film.
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