Banks, who is never going back to Israel, defended its existence.
There’s a first for everything.
The “Catholic imagination” is used a little too liberally here.
‘I worried myself to death’ claims Tambor.
Sivan treats gay sex tenderly in the pop-y, euphemistic tune “Bloom”.
Go figure — Martin Short does a stellar Harold Bornstein.
Cage Coppola’s bride is a Persian-Jewish business woman
And it gets ugly.
It’s called “The Spy Who Dumped Me.”
We have a beef with Romney — are these hot dogs kosher, or not?