What movies to watch to study for your class

Finals seriously suck. And honestly, the only thing that is worse than the finals themselves is actually studying for them. So just like how you watched movies for those book reports in middle school, here are some you can watch instead of studying for your finals. “Good Will Hunting” for
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Film’s digital demise

The digital revolution has left a mark on filmmaking. For different Berkeley film experts, this plays out in varying ways.

We call them films, but more often than not, that’s a misnomer. “Films,” in the traditional sense of the word, are projected on the medium of film. But that type of projection has become as archaic as VHS tapes and record players. According to a May 2016 report by Information
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The Rotten Tomatoes experiment

With “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” receiving an abysmal 29 percent on Rotten Tomatoes after such high expectations and anticipation, the discussion of how Rotten Tomatoes reviews represent a movie saw a massive upswing in the past few weeks. But oftentimes, this percentage takes on a skewed image. To
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Top 10 films of the year

2014 saw a wide array of films hit the theaters from the thrilling “Gone Girl” to the tasteful, poignant and guffaw-inducing “Dear White People.” Here are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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The Throwback Thursday you need

Millenial Meltdown

Instead of excavating through the reserves of childhood photos and late-90s Polaroids (I think it was 1999 when Congress passed the Polaroids Are Cool Again Act) on my computer for a suitable Throwback Thursday Instagram, I thought I would go one step further. I went to see a movie. In IMAX.
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