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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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War for the Planet of the Apes

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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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Even though the Academy Awards are distinguishable for nominating boundary-pushing films, the fact remains that some films and artists were simply snubbed.
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Even though the Academy Awards are distinguishable for nominating boundary-pushing films, the fact remains that some films and artists were simply snubbed.
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By continuing to break the institutional silence surrounding sexual violence and believing survivors, we’ll retain film as our source of light in 2018.
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By continuing to break the institutional silence surrounding sexual violence and believing survivors, we’ll retain film as our source of light in 2018.
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“War” has every right to be confident — it is the best trilogy finale since “Toy Story 3,” maybe even since “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”
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“War” has every right to be confident — it is the best trilogy finale since “Toy Story 3,” maybe even since “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”
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The films released between May and August are some of the most exciting of the year as blockbusting CGI-fests and Oscar contenders alike convene at the multiplex.
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The films released between May and August are some of the most exciting of the year as blockbusting CGI-fests and Oscar contenders alike convene at the multiplex.
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