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JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME

All Sharon wants for her birthday from her slacker unemployed 30 year-old son Jeff who lives in her basement, is that he gets off the couch and catches the bus to the hardware store to get some wood glue to fix a broken shutter.  Jeff, a big lump of a man, is more than happy … Continue reading

JESUS HENRY CHRIST

This is an absurd and strange comedy that hooked me at the beginning  (weird in my book is a very good thing) but then it went off on so many tangents that  it spoilt what I had thought/hoped would be a really funny wee movie. Henry is the brilliant kid at the center of the … Continue reading

JEWS AND BASEBALL : AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY

An intriguing documentary that traces how a Jewish presence on the baseball field and in the stadium bleachers evolved over the years. For someone like me who could write what I know about the game on a post-it,  and who is hardly an authority of American Judaism it was quite an eye opener …..although there times … Continue reading

JEWTOPIA

Once upon a time there was a play that ran Off Broadway for 3 and a half years. Most of the play’s humor involved jokes about Jewish stereotypes with occasional humor about body parts and bodily functions, and it made numerous references to the Jewish online dating website, JDate. The play’s two authors  Bryan Fogel and … Continue reading

JIG

From the sublime to the (seemingly) ridiculous I’ve  done a balletic leap from reviewing Dancemaker, the profile on modern dance genius choreographer Paul Taylor, to a documentary that trailed various assorted kids of different ages and sizes around world as  they get ready to dance their wee sturdy legs off in the 40th World Irish … Continue reading

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