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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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I refuse to let such a turbulent history vanish, and I know there are millions of Filipinos who feel the same.
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I refuse to let such a turbulent history vanish, and I know there are millions of Filipinos who feel the same.
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Despite offering a surprisingly eclectic spread of nominees, the 90th Academy Awards proved to be utterly, boringly predictable.
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Despite offering a surprisingly eclectic spread of nominees, the 90th Academy Awards proved to be utterly, boringly predictable.
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Perhaps the most shocking is Gary Oldman’s “Best Actor” nomination for his performance as the famed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
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Perhaps the most shocking is Gary Oldman’s “Best Actor” nomination for his performance as the famed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
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It’s not a particularly revolutionary performance by Oldman, but there are enough interesting moments deserving of a better narrative framework.
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It’s not a particularly revolutionary performance by Oldman, but there are enough interesting moments deserving of a better narrative framework.
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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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Although “Churchill” succeeds in developing a new angle on the prime minister, it remains too devoted to its repetitive central conflict to exhibit complete depth.
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Although “Churchill” succeeds in developing a new angle on the prime minister, it remains too devoted to its repetitive central conflict to exhibit complete depth.
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With “Churchill,” von Tunzelmann and Teplitzky don’t merely settle for telling another historical drama — they present viewers with a complete, flawed human being, one whose controversial but massive influence carries on to this day.
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With “Churchill,” von Tunzelmann and Teplitzky don’t merely settle for telling another historical drama — they present viewers with a complete, flawed human being, one whose controversial but massive influence carries on to this day.
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What Herzog produces, in spite of the quiet determination Nicole Kidman brings to Gertrude Bell’s character, feels more like an ‘80s made-for-TV movie.
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What Herzog produces, in spite of the quiet determination Nicole Kidman brings to Gertrude Bell’s character, feels more like an ‘80s made-for-TV movie.
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