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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 09, 2023

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Music beats Nurcan Sumbul and Ian Fredrickson are here to guide you through some of November’s smaller releases you may have missed.
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Music beats Nurcan Sumbul and Ian Fredrickson are here to guide you through some of November’s smaller releases you may have missed.
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The fall’s deluge is only getting started, however, and film beat reporters Joy Diamond and Dominic Marziali have a few more for your consideration.
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The fall’s deluge is only getting started, however, and film beat reporters Joy Diamond and Dominic Marziali have a few more for your consideration.
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What is it about disaster films that make them so darn entertaining? Is it something that taps into our primal instincts for extreme survival? Is it the many oiled muscle shots of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? 
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What is it about disaster films that make them so darn entertaining? Is it something that taps into our primal instincts for extreme survival? Is it the many oiled muscle shots of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? 
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Aside from a beginning temporarily unraveled by questionable editing choices, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is able to spin twisty webs of teen romance and superhero drama.
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Aside from a beginning temporarily unraveled by questionable editing choices, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is able to spin twisty webs of teen romance and superhero drama.
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Gilroy’s latest project, “Velvet Buzzsaw,” marks his most outrageous concoction yet: A satire of the uppity, incestuous world of modern art trading that collapses into an out-and-out horror movie.
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Gilroy’s latest project, “Velvet Buzzsaw,” marks his most outrageous concoction yet: A satire of the uppity, incestuous world of modern art trading that collapses into an out-and-out horror movie.
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The forecast for the next week in Berkeley is looking pretty rainy and foggy, and that has always been my favorite look for Berkeley. Spend Wednesday walking to a cafe and listening to a playlist full of romantic comedy songs.
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The forecast for the next week in Berkeley is looking pretty rainy and foggy, and that has always been my favorite look for Berkeley. Spend Wednesday walking to a cafe and listening to a playlist full of romantic comedy songs.
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You can either watch it all begin again, or you can call it how you want. Sounds like a Taylor Swift album in the making. Take the Clog’s quiz to find out which T. Swift album best represents your 2019 resolutions.
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You can either watch it all begin again, or you can call it how you want. Sounds like a Taylor Swift album in the making. Take the Clog’s quiz to find out which T. Swift album best represents your 2019 resolutions.
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Dano and Kazan tackled this adaptation with simplicity — which is about the most daring cinematic choice they make. “Wildlife” is sometimes powerful and other times just boring. The film is not inundated with sappy montages or manipulative music, but sometimes you wish it was.
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Dano and Kazan tackled this adaptation with simplicity — which is about the most daring cinematic choice they make. “Wildlife” is sometimes powerful and other times just boring. The film is not inundated with sappy montages or manipulative music, but sometimes you wish it was.
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After almost two decades of working in front of the camera, Dano made the jump from actor to co-writer and director in his latest film, “Wildlife.”
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After almost two decades of working in front of the camera, Dano made the jump from actor to co-writer and director in his latest film, “Wildlife.”
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French director and co-screenwriter Jacques Audiard sets out to upend some of the Western tropes for his first English-language picture, “The Sisters Brothers.” This venture is executed with inconsistent flourish, however, and some revisions can feel weightless.
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French director and co-screenwriter Jacques Audiard sets out to upend some of the Western tropes for his first English-language picture, “The Sisters Brothers.” This venture is executed with inconsistent flourish, however, and some revisions can feel weightless.
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