In a recent, short-lived series, Living Biblically, the CBS Network took a stab at religion – literally though unintentionally.
I can’t help looking at this issue (and all issues) from the perspective of Jewish law and tradition.
Does a flawlessly produced and perfectly cast movie of Philip Roth’s novel of college life, Indignation, subvert the novel’s assault on religion?
The NCIS franchise’s strange uses of Israelis get even stranger.
The latest X-Men cinema installment purports to deal with “false gods.”
It would seem that today’s TV producers and writers -- including, or especially, the Jews among them -- prefer the most outrageous of Jews, especially if they have a connection with Israel.
To create a superhero Israeli woman for its season finale, the producers and writers of NCIS concocted a rather monstrous Jewish State.
An engaging spiritual realism characterizes recent films on the themes of morality and spirituality, right and wrong, life and death. These movies all offer fine performances and compelling story lines.