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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 24, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
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The fashion gods brought “Heaven” down to earth, courtesy of Marc Jacobs’ fall 2022 collection.
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The fashion gods brought “Heaven” down to earth, courtesy of Marc Jacobs’ fall 2022 collection.
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From film beat reporters Emma Murphree and Joy Diamond, here are picks for what will win — but more importantly — what should win March 27.
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From film beat reporters Emma Murphree and Joy Diamond, here are picks for what will win — but more importantly — what should win March 27.
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In its most shadowed moments, “The Power of the Dog” allows audiences to fill in the lapses the script guides them through. “The Power of the Dog” not only understands that films are, by definition, an act of the viewer filling in the gaps, but that a story blooms with the guidance of imagination.
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In its most shadowed moments, “The Power of the Dog” allows audiences to fill in the lapses the script guides them through. “The Power of the Dog” not only understands that films are, by definition, an act of the viewer filling in the gaps, but that a story blooms with the guidance of imagination.
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With “Spider-Man: Far From Home” hitting theaters, it’s only appropriate to look back at the web-slinger’s storied on-screen history and separate the worst from the best.
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With “Spider-Man: Far From Home” hitting theaters, it’s only appropriate to look back at the web-slinger’s storied on-screen history and separate the worst from the best.
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“The Beguiled” is a true testament to the woman behind the camera — a film with inspired visuals and masterful performances, and which imparts a needed feminist stamp on a story (the 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, based on Thomas Cullinan’s novel of the same name) originally known for its pulp alone.
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“The Beguiled” is a true testament to the woman behind the camera — a film with inspired visuals and masterful performances, and which imparts a needed feminist stamp on a story (the 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, based on Thomas Cullinan’s novel of the same name) originally known for its pulp alone.
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