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Past articles by Adrian:

Meet ‘Kid Sister,’ the Funniest Jewish Comedy in Years

Creator-star Simone Nathan serves up a delightful comedy set in New Zealand’s Orthodox-Jewish community (yes, it’s a thing) → Read More

‘Cocaine Bear’ – the Most Dangerous Thing Since Right-wing Think Tanks

When the world is getting you down, sometimes you have to forget your problems in a movie theater – no matter how cheesy the film might be → Read More

Can Israeli Comedy Make the World Laugh Like Its Politicians Do?

When a TV series like ‘Significant Other’ makes you LOL via subtitles, you know you have a very funny show on your hands → Read More

An Inconvenient Truth About Israeli Television

Despite the success of ‘Fauda’ and ‘Tehran,’ Israeli television is no longer thriving as it was a decade ago → Read More

An Inconvenient Truth About Israeli Television

There was some sad news from Britain last week – and not just that “Happy Valley” had ended. No, this story related to a Sky TV survey, which found that 42 percent of Brits could not remember the last time they laughed out loud. → Read More

The Two Best Films of 2022 Are Here: Martin McDonagh’s ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ and Todd Field’s ‘Tár’

To borrow from Mark Twain – and one should always steal from the best – it appears that my recent report on the death of cinema was greatly exaggerated. → Read More

Natasha Lyonne Holds All the Aces in the Winning ‘Poker Face’

You’ll go gaga for Rian Johnson’s ‘Poker Face,’ boasting a lead every bit as memorable as Benoit Blanc in ‘Knives Out’ → Read More

HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ Is the Pandemic Show You’ll Want to Catch

HBO’s gripping new drama about a killer virus is the video game adaptation it’s okay to love → Read More

2022: The Year the Movies Died

When even ardent movie buffs stop going to the cinema, Hollywood is in trouble. Still, at least Netflix ended 2022 in style → Read More

30 TV Shows You Should Have Seen in 2022

From ‘Severance’ to ‘WeCrashed,’ these are some of the shows that helped make the past year more bearable → Read More

TV Dinners: How Kitchens Became the Hottest Room on Television

Much has changed since the days when Julia Child ruled cooking shows. For starters, large amounts of testosterone have been added to the menu → Read More

The Other Cancel Culture: What HBO and Elon Musk Have in Common

If HBO Max doesn’t stop canceling popular shows after just one or two seasons, it’s going to have to rename itself HBO Ax → Read More

Was Spielberg Really the Best Choice to Tell the Steven Spielberg Story?

‘The Fabelmans’ is best when concentrating on filmmaking rather than family trauma, while ‘She Said’ needed a little more Hollywood grandstanding to be one for the ages → Read More

‘The Patient’ Is Best When It Focuses on Judaism, Not Serial Killers

Steve Carell stars as a Jewish therapist in the follow-up drama from the creators of ‘The Americans,’ while Gary Oldman makes a welcome return in season 2 of ‘Slow Horses’ → Read More

A German Version of ‘Euphoria’? I’ll Believe It When I Gen-Z It

Plus, why the International Emmys are a joke and the Israeli comedy-drama ‘Significant Other’ gets a welcome release on ChaiFlicks → Read More

World Cup 2022: Nine Things to Look Out for in Qatar

Despite FIFA’s best efforts and the disastrous choice of host, soccer’s World Cup is still the only game in town → Read More

Who Thinks the New Season of ‘The Crown’ Is Boring? Off With Their Heads

Charles and Diana are at the heart of things in season 5, but creator Peter Morgan still has some surprises up his sleeve for his royal screwups → Read More

This Thriller Is the Most Disturbing Thing You’ll See All Year (Other Than Real Life)

Deepfakes and disinformation are at the heart of the excellent British thriller ‘The Capture,’ whose second season is a step up in ambition and scope → Read More

11 Great Political Films to Watch During Election Season

Here are some of the best political movies to help take your mind off the real-life political dramas in Israel and the U.S. → Read More

HBO's 'The Vow' Finally Reveals All About the Crazy Nxivm Sex Cult

Season 2 of the jaw-dropping documentary does not disappoint, centering on the ‘little Jewish girl from New Jersey’ at the heart of a horrific sex-trafficking trial → Read More