Saturday, July 4, 2015 Tammuz 17, 5775
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Michael Fox | JE Feature
The much-anticipated Hollywood epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings , reinvents the saga of a people’s miraculous liberation as one rugged individualist’s journey of self-discovery, identity and profound purpose.
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Debra Nussbaum Cohen, JTA
The book that sold 3 million copies and pioneered the now-popular genre of biblical fiction is making its way to the small screen, with the results at times verging on soft porn.
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DVDs and streaming allow us to take in a holiday movie that doesn’t feature Jimmy Stewart
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As Chanukah approaches, check out these movies that tell the tale of the holiday, or at least embody the spirit of it.
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Anthony Weiss, JTA
A new exhibit in Los Angeles explores the roots and rise of film noir, and the generation of filmmakers who left the Nazi occupation and reinvented Hollywood.
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Anthony Weiss, JTA
Hollywood has a slew of Philip Roth adaptations in the pipeline. Why do they keep trying when his films keep flopping?
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