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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Scott Pilgrim vs the World

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While some films fail to give the manic pixie dream girl any life of her own, others have created one that goes against its misogynistic roots.
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While some films fail to give the manic pixie dream girl any life of her own, others have created one that goes against its misogynistic roots.
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Wright brings an impressive attention to detail in his directing, to the point where anyone who watches the film can instantly read how dearly he admires this goofy glam rock band.
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Wright brings an impressive attention to detail in his directing, to the point where anyone who watches the film can instantly read how dearly he admires this goofy glam rock band.
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I could tell Michael Cera's titular character was an awkward guy, but during the second viewing I figured out I had finally met my on-screen likeness. 
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I could tell Michael Cera's titular character was an awkward guy, but during the second viewing I figured out I had finally met my on-screen likeness. 
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Depending on how long you’ve been around, 2010 can feel like it was just yesterday — or it can feel like half a lifetime ago (literally).
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Depending on how long you’ve been around, 2010 can feel like it was just yesterday — or it can feel like half a lifetime ago (literally).
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“Patti Cake$,” which reflects the state of 2017 now, may very well lose its sharp-witted insight when abstracted from our current political climate.
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“Patti Cake$,” which reflects the state of 2017 now, may very well lose its sharp-witted insight when abstracted from our current political climate.
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“Baby Driver” is an infectious joyride because of its stellar performances and standout soundtrack, but ultimately, the film is a triumph for what it represents.
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“Baby Driver” is an infectious joyride because of its stellar performances and standout soundtrack, but ultimately, the film is a triumph for what it represents.
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This week, the Bay Area is gearing up for the joyous occasion of Pride, and the numerous fun, often-free activities that accompany it.
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This week, the Bay Area is gearing up for the joyous occasion of Pride, and the numerous fun, often-free activities that accompany it.
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A medley of artists narrate our personal growth as individuals, and “Baby Driver” — in its production and narrative — is a joyous and infectious testament to the sentiment that though our tastes inevitably change, some songs refuse to leave us alone.
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A medley of artists narrate our personal growth as individuals, and “Baby Driver” — in its production and narrative — is a joyous and infectious testament to the sentiment that though our tastes inevitably change, some songs refuse to leave us alone.
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