Sunday, May 3, 2015 Iyyar 14, 5775
Some serious issues are fielded for those switching on 'Friday Night Lights'
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Are ya ready for some Shabbat football? Well, it is called "Friday Night Lights." But if the lights of this ever-so-shining NBC series aren't candlesticks, it still sticks out as one of the season's best. Not that tales of pigskin would ever complete a forward pass for acceptance in halachah. But there are elements of the Tuesday-night series of a...
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X marks the spot ... Wait, no, it doesn't. More like NC-17 marks the spot that Kirby Dick is in. And it is the Motion Picture Association of America ratings board who's put him there. For Dick, ironically, it's a good spot to be in, because if not for the myopic MPAA, his quirky clever "This Film Is Not Yet...
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Is 'Jericho' a national anthem to man's inhumanity to man? Two local guys may have the answer
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CBS is relying not on vicissitudes, but the vision and vitality of two daring dudes from Melrose Park for victory this season. Is the world coming to an end? Exactly the question for a new series that takes its existential exigencies seriously. And that series may -- or may not be -- the presumptive first strike the network is making...
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Oh, baby, one "Last Kiss ... " Bye, bye Birdie? No -- bring back Braff! Zach Braff has bragging rights to the age of innocence since his golden "Garden State" took its toll on movie-goers hearts two years ago, generating acclaim and applause for hitting the spot with its examination of Generation X. Why "Z" is returning to the big...
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Wedded bliss? Wedded blitz is the rat-a-tat-tat of spousal firefare going on between martyred marrieds Eddie (Brad Garrett) and Joy -- hah! -- Stark (Joely Fisher) in a battlefield that makes "War of the Roses" look like its mined with sparklers. Caught in the crossfire of their verbal bullets, next-door neighbors Steph (Kat Foster) and Jeff Woodcock (Eddie Kaye Thomas)...
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