The new installment of the Hunger Games trilogy teaches us a lesson about Hanukkah.
For nearly two thousand years, our Temple has been destroyed -- or “down” – yet we have managed to survive.
Life doesn’t always work out how you planned. And that’s a good thing.
Has anyone who’s against the NSA’s policy of phone and email tapping come up with a better way to find terrorists?
What if all of your memories disappeared? Would you still long for the past?
Unfortunately, tragedies happen. But we must rise again and find a way to grow.
Do you have to solve your own problems before helping others with theirs?
Don’t go for the quick fixes even though the longer ones, well, take much longer.
Nicholas Stoller’s new comedy about dating periods that seem to go on without end, highlights a troubling trend.
Josh Trank’s new film asks the question what would a teenager do if he had superpowers? Short answer: trouble.
Brett Ratner’s new film has a timely message for the “Occupy Wall Street” movement.
Living the life of a wild bachelor may look fun, but it won’t give you the greatest gift of being a parent -- nachas.
In Gregg Mottola’s new movie, Paul, the friendly alien, is feared simply because he’s different. As Jews, we can identify with that.
George Nolfi’s new film starring Matt Damon has me thinking about fate versus free will.
If you think that the Green Hornet looks like a mindless action movie, you’d be unfairly judging a book by its cover. Or a movie by its poster.