BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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The quick pacing parallels Officer Peterson’s ability to plainly solve issues as they pop up, giving the movie a comedic immediacy as the pair navigates the strange phenomena.
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The quick pacing parallels Officer Peterson’s ability to plainly solve issues as they pop up, giving the movie a comedic immediacy as the pair navigates the strange phenomena.
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There’s little to bicker about with a film like “Lean on Pete,” which makes for an engrossing and resonant experience. Bring tissues.
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There’s little to bicker about with a film like “Lean on Pete,” which makes for an engrossing and resonant experience. Bring tissues.
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In his new film, “Lean on Pete,” writer-director Andrew Haigh decided to totally avoid the mawkishness that most animal films emphasize.
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In his new film, “Lean on Pete,” writer-director Andrew Haigh decided to totally avoid the mawkishness that most animal films emphasize.
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The potential for insular acts of selfishness to cause widespread tragedy is felt at every turn. "The Death of Stalin" is a pitch-black lament.
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The potential for insular acts of selfishness to cause widespread tragedy is felt at every turn. "The Death of Stalin" is a pitch-black lament.
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For director Armando Iannucci, it’s ripe for a punchline. "It is comedy and tragedy plus time," he stated in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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For director Armando Iannucci, it’s ripe for a punchline. "It is comedy and tragedy plus time," he stated in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“The Last Knight” is a trashy pastiche of popular properties, none more so than itself as a franchise. Everything awful about previous films returns to lay siege on the senses.
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“The Last Knight” is a trashy pastiche of popular properties, none more so than itself as a franchise. Everything awful about previous films returns to lay siege on the senses.
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