daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
tag

Netflix

Page 1 of 43

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” author Daniel Handler made an appearance at UC Berkeley on Tuesday evening for a “fireside chat” hosted by Berkeley Forum. 
featured article
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” author Daniel Handler made an appearance at UC Berkeley on Tuesday evening for a “fireside chat” hosted by Berkeley Forum. 
featured article
Why are certain things considered hobbies, but not others? How come watching movies is a hobby, but watching TV is not? Why is playing video games a hobby, but not watching YouTube? Cooking is a hobby, but eating good food is not?
featured article
Why are certain things considered hobbies, but not others? How come watching movies is a hobby, but watching TV is not? Why is playing video games a hobby, but not watching YouTube? Cooking is a hobby, but eating good food is not?
featured article
The film shifts from inducing laughter to inspiring awe, and it elevates the mystery film into something more than just a whodunit.
featured article
The film shifts from inducing laughter to inspiring awe, and it elevates the mystery film into something more than just a whodunit.
featured article
At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
featured article
At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
featured article
While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
featured article
While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
featured article
The movie is thickly coated in references to ‘90s era classics, from “Clueless” to “Mean Girls” to “10 Things I Hate About You.”
featured article
The movie is thickly coated in references to ‘90s era classics, from “Clueless” to “Mean Girls” to “10 Things I Hate About You.”
featured article
The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
featured article
The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
featured article
Although “The Gray Man” by no means breaks the espionage thriller mold, particularly striking performances prevent it from plunging altogether into tedium.
featured article
Although “The Gray Man” by no means breaks the espionage thriller mold, particularly striking performances prevent it from plunging altogether into tedium.
featured article
Though her Baby Queen persona drips with stately cynicism, Bella Latham exudes warmth and wit, relaying the same kind-hearted candor that constructs all eight episodes.
featured article
Though her Baby Queen persona drips with stately cynicism, Bella Latham exudes warmth and wit, relaying the same kind-hearted candor that constructs all eight episodes.
featured article
As someone who has tumbled through her fair share of heartbreak and separations, I know my number-one comfort during this utter loneliness is indulging in the cheesiness and dramatics of dating shows!
featured article
As someone who has tumbled through her fair share of heartbreak and separations, I know my number-one comfort during this utter loneliness is indulging in the cheesiness and dramatics of dating shows!
featured article