Don’t say you weren’t warned.
Nicholas Stoller’s new comedy about dating periods that seem to go on without end, highlights a troubling trend.
In celebration of Israel’s birthday we examine the history of our national anthem.
Politics aside, the real war on women is being waged by fashion designers.
Josh Trank’s new film asks the question what would a teenager do if he had superpowers? Short answer: trouble.
Michel Hazanavicious’s Golden Globe winning silent film imparts powerful lessons about the power of speech.
Israel's bold creation of Silicon Island with Cornell is the best answer to the film's canard.
Why the vampire series captivates today’s girlie girl culture.
Brett Ratner’s new film has a timely message for the “Occupy Wall Street” movement.
The Debt reveals more about the filmmaker’s own feelings of inner guilt than anything else.
How I made a Hollywood movie with absolutely no Hollywood experience and a little inspiration from my rabbi.
Ma’aleh film school explores and embraces the religiously observant life.
Living the life of a wild bachelor may look fun, but it won’t give you the greatest gift of being a parent -- nachas.
It lies in the dogged determination of its author J.K. Rowling.
Enter the Jewish scene of reggae, beat-boxing, hip-hop and urban funk.
An interview with a star of stage and screen with real "yichus” -- lineage.
Does art stand apart from the artist? What if the artist is Hitler?
Let’s give William and Kate the best gift of all – the gift of privacy.
To answer the question, here are some alternative posters for the anti-Israel movie.
Scooter Braun's Jewish values keep the teen celebrity grounded. An Aish.com exclusive.
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.
Charlie Sheen is now claiming that he’s Jewish. No we are not kidding.
The Man Booker Prize winning novel raises important questions about Jewish self hatred and anti-Semitism.
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.
The film may be about royalty, but its message is for the everyman.
YU a cappella group atop Billboard charts, adored by media.
After re-watching Back to the Future, I realized that we actually can change our future.
After watching John Hughes’ 1986 classic Ferris Beuller’s Day Off, I gained some new perspectives.
The genesis of Facebook has its source in the Book of Genesis.
A review of A Fine Romance: Jewish Songwriters, American Songs by David Lehman.
The contemporary relevance of a discarded Nazi propaganda film.
The importance of learning about your heritage.
While some musicians are boycotting Israel, others like Jethro Tull aren’t. Maybe our “playcott” campaign is working after all?