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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Ike Barinholtz

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Behind the camera and in front of it, Cage is a walking affirmation that Hollywood is the unhinged, glamorous jungle everyone suspects it to be.
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Behind the camera and in front of it, Cage is a walking affirmation that Hollywood is the unhinged, glamorous jungle everyone suspects it to be.
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The network seems to be responding by doubling down on its animated comedies and poaching literally the entire cast of “Parks and Recreation.”
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The network seems to be responding by doubling down on its animated comedies and poaching literally the entire cast of “Parks and Recreation.”
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“The word that I use to describe the era we’re living in now — absurd,” explained Barinholtz. “I knew that … if I was going to touch on some of these issues, it couldn’t just be a pure comedy." It’s clear that Barinholtz, like many of us, sees the humor in the darkness of Trump’s presidency.
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“The word that I use to describe the era we’re living in now — absurd,” explained Barinholtz. “I knew that … if I was going to touch on some of these issues, it couldn’t just be a pure comedy." It’s clear that Barinholtz, like many of us, sees the humor in the darkness of Trump’s presidency.
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Today, nationalism is being similarly propagated by the government as it once was with Uncle Sam. Comedian Ike Barinholtz sees this in his new film, “The Oath,” and wants you to see it, too.
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Today, nationalism is being similarly propagated by the government as it once was with Uncle Sam. Comedian Ike Barinholtz sees this in his new film, “The Oath,” and wants you to see it, too.
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Recontextualizing the "American Pie" series' nastier attitudes, "Blockers" offers a compassionate — albeit sanitized — spin on the “first time” comedy.
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Recontextualizing the "American Pie" series' nastier attitudes, "Blockers" offers a compassionate — albeit sanitized — spin on the “first time” comedy.
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