7 Things An American Pickle Gets Right about Judaism

Surprisingly, Seth Rogen's film gets a number of things right about Judaism and the Jewish immigrant experience.

Comments (5)

(3) Dvirah, August 22, 2020 7:19 PM

Sad Irony

It's ironic that an anti-Israel (and by extension, anti-Jewish) actor should play the role of a religious Jew. And very sad that the experience did not, apparently, awaken any empathy for the real-life counterparts of the character.
One can't help but wonder if a more sympathetic actor might have made an even better job of the role?

(2) BW WEISS, August 16, 2020 3:12 PM

Why give him any publicity?

Nice overview of the film but why help promote it? I wouldn't go see a remake of Exodus if Rogan had anything to do with it!

Ra'anan, August 18, 2020 9:10 PM

wait a minute, now, it just may be that...

Seth Rogan made anti-Israel statements because he was embarrassed of the script he performed. This film seems to be possibly THE most pro-Jewish film EVER!

(1) Anonymous, August 16, 2020 1:56 PM

Seth Rogan is misguided and naive

Couldn't care less about his opinions on judaism. What a dope

Anonymous, August 18, 2020 9:10 PM

you understand that Seth did NOT WRITE THE FILM? it has ZERO to do

with his opinion.


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