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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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“Station Eleven” operates nonlinearly, a choice that allows its creators to delve into the show’s undercurrent of brutality as easily they do with the love engendered by its communities.
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“Station Eleven” operates nonlinearly, a choice that allows its creators to delve into the show’s undercurrent of brutality as easily they do with the love engendered by its communities.
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Despite DuVall’s admirable ambition to reimagine rom-coms for the queer community, “Happiest Season” drowns out holiday cheer with a serious, sobering coming out story.
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Despite DuVall’s admirable ambition to reimagine rom-coms for the queer community, “Happiest Season” drowns out holiday cheer with a serious, sobering coming out story.
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The film rarely bothers to create anything for itself, instead sticking to the unadventurous comfort of a victory lap, and an unearned one at that.
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The film rarely bothers to create anything for itself, instead sticking to the unadventurous comfort of a victory lap, and an unearned one at that.
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Tactful until it isn’t, Jason Reitman's "Tully" is decidedly slight but not without its strengths as a candid character study.
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Tactful until it isn’t, Jason Reitman's "Tully" is decidedly slight but not without its strengths as a candid character study.
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