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Celebrity Jews, Movies, News and more….

Movies Opening Sept. 21 The House with a Clock in Its Walls is a magical, spine-tingling film about the adventures of a 10-year-old boy who goes to live with his uncle (Jack Black, 49) in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart. Not long after he arrives, the boy accidentally awakens the dead…

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Hollywood Celebrity Jews, Movies and Netflix

AT THE MOVIES Opens Friday, Aug. 3: The Spy Who Dumped Me is an action/thriller and a comedy. Audrey (Mila Kunis, 34) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon) are best friends and roommates. Audrey has a bad break-up with her boyfriend (Justin Theroux) and then he completely disappears. He unexpectedly shows up at Audrey’s apartment and it’s…

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For Openers: Coming To A Small Screen Near You

My column last month about seven-layer cake really struck a nerve, or a taste bud if you will, with Jewish News readers. I’m really not surprised. I had a feeling that might happen because you can never underestimate the power of 7LC. In the last month, I’ve received emails from former Detroiters who reminisced about…

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Celebrity Jews – At The Movies: A Varied Choice

Hotel Artemis, which opens on Friday, June 8, is another Dystopian, quasi-science-fiction thriller. In the near-future, Los Angeles is riot-torn. Jodie Foster plays “The Nurse,” who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals. The cast includes Jeff Goldblum, 65, and Jenny Slate, 35. Hereditary, which also opens on June 8, got glowing reviews when it…

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Celebrity Jews: At The Movies & Streaming TV

AT THE MOVIES Opening May 4: I was hoping that the new French language film Godard Mon Amour would be a charming period comedy. The director, Michel Hazanavicius, 51, showed he could do light comedy with The Artist (2011), a silent pic that won the best picture Oscar. The basis of his new film, Godard…

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