“Before Seinfeld” is little more than an innocuous standup set mixed in with a few innocuous reminiscences from celebrity Jerry.
The target of “Mother” is nothing less than the entirety of patriarchal religion and society, and its method is a rigorous gnostic allegory.3
“The idea kinda came from the ‘lightness’ that I imagined Mr. Cohen would be feeling right about now,” the video’s director said.
Marquez’s script takes a painstaking pleasure in ensnaring the characters within the tendrils of their own pasts.
“The Handmaid’s Tale,” the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel, seems quite relevant today. The show offers lessons for Jewish audiences too.
Actress Jackie Hoffman’s roles in “Feud” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” came from some unlikely Jewish beginnings.
“I’m not the first to recognize that many aspects of human behavior are quite funny, my own included.”
Friedman is the NYPD’s most decorated officer. He’s now the subject of a Discovery Channel docuseries.
The year was 2006: a starry-eyed young rapper named Kanye West burst onto the scene with “Gold Digger,” the American public experienced the dawning realization the Iraq War had been a Bad Idea after all, and half-Jewish ‘70s art rockers Steely Dan launched an intervention of their own to revitalize the creativity of indie film darling Wes Anderson.
“If I criticize the place I live, I do it because I worry,” the director said. “I do it because I want to protect it. I do it from love.”
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