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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Emily Blunt

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“A Quiet Place Part II” doesn’t mess with the elements that made the prior film work, resulting in a project that’s as engaging as it is schlocky.
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“A Quiet Place Part II” doesn’t mess with the elements that made the prior film work, resulting in a project that’s as engaging as it is schlocky.
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The few merits of “Wild Mountain Thyme” are simply not enough to stave off the dry, convoluted execution of Shanley’s screenplay.
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The few merits of “Wild Mountain Thyme” are simply not enough to stave off the dry, convoluted execution of Shanley’s screenplay.
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Every semester in The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department, we welcome a new batch of beat reporters. While they will spend the semester reporting on a multitude of different projects and exhibits specific to their expertise, they rarely have the opportunity to focus on their topics on a small scale.
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Every semester in The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department, we welcome a new batch of beat reporters. While they will spend the semester reporting on a multitude of different projects and exhibits specific to their expertise, they rarely have the opportunity to focus on their topics on a small scale.
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We’ve compiled a list of what we think are some of the best movies that are set in a workplace, and maybe some of them will give you the kick you need to keep it going during those eight-hour shifts.
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We’ve compiled a list of what we think are some of the best movies that are set in a workplace, and maybe some of them will give you the kick you need to keep it going during those eight-hour shifts.
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Nobody asked for a sequel to the surprise semi-hit “Sicario” when it was released in 2015, but “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” has arrived nonetheless.
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Nobody asked for a sequel to the surprise semi-hit “Sicario” when it was released in 2015, but “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” has arrived nonetheless.
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“A Quiet Place” is as much a drama about the trials and tribulations of parenthood as it is a post-apocalyptic creature feature.
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“A Quiet Place” is as much a drama about the trials and tribulations of parenthood as it is a post-apocalyptic creature feature.
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Throughout the whole runtime of “A Quiet Place,” one will be tempted to ask questions that make the film fall apart if you think about it.
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Throughout the whole runtime of “A Quiet Place,” one will be tempted to ask questions that make the film fall apart if you think about it.
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There's a number of concert experiences, while a “Harry Potter” trivia night and the premiere of “A Quiet Place” offer film-related fun.
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There's a number of concert experiences, while a “Harry Potter” trivia night and the premiere of “A Quiet Place” offer film-related fun.
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Despite offering a surprisingly eclectic spread of nominees, the 90th Academy Awards proved to be utterly, boringly predictable.
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Despite offering a surprisingly eclectic spread of nominees, the 90th Academy Awards proved to be utterly, boringly predictable.
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