The “Forward 50,” a list of prominent Jewish Americans compiled by the New York Jewish weekly has featured a whopping three Jews from the film and television industries. If this is the best they could do for their 2008 culture and media set, I’d like to know what other areas are...
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Contrary to what a few friends told me, “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan” was lame as lame can be. There were a few funny jokes, but those overwhelmed by a bad story, too much geriatric sex and a pretty cheesy plan for peace in the Middle East.
The above commercial, though, promoting the table trimmings of Zohan’s Palestinian nemesis was excellent, if only because of its closing line.
September 1, 2008 | 1:25 am
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