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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Christopher Nolan may have received that coveted nomination, but the industry’s unwillingness to celebrate him remains to a significant degree.
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Christopher Nolan may have received that coveted nomination, but the industry’s unwillingness to celebrate him remains to a significant degree.
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I see dead people, and you know damn well why. But not all is lost — here are some movie recommendations for when you want to take a much-deserved break.
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I see dead people, and you know damn well why. But not all is lost — here are some movie recommendations for when you want to take a much-deserved break.
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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We learn hardly any names — no backstories, no motivations. But war leaves little time for dialogue, and the wordless understanding between the soldiers, while one we may not be privy to, establishes a new way of telling war stories — one that focuses not on an “us vs. them” but on survival by any means.
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We learn hardly any names — no backstories, no motivations. But war leaves little time for dialogue, and the wordless understanding between the soldiers, while one we may not be privy to, establishes a new way of telling war stories — one that focuses not on an “us vs. them” but on survival by any means.
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Those watching “The Book of Henry” will likely belong to four categories — Trevorrow fans, the average moviegoer seeking a sweet family film like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” those craving a grim vision of “Home Alone” and curious “Star Wars” fans. Though these moviegoers are vastly different, all will walk away with more than what they asked for.
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Those watching “The Book of Henry” will likely belong to four categories — Trevorrow fans, the average moviegoer seeking a sweet family film like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” those craving a grim vision of “Home Alone” and curious “Star Wars” fans. Though these moviegoers are vastly different, all will walk away with more than what they asked for.
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