Yerachmiel helps us get into the holiday mood with a lesson from “It’s A Wonderful Life”.
Guest blogger Ruchi Koval discusses the positives and negatives of one of the most celebrated Jewish movies ever.
She wasn’t perfect, beautiful and pure like Snow White. And that made her fly into a rage. The poor queen. If only she knew. If only she understood.
Being Aladdin means going beyond. Seeing beyond.
At the beginning of the Dead Poet’s Society everyone is sitting. Sitting. Sitting. They’re handed text books. Told to do this. Then that. Then this again. Then John Keating shows up. The very first thing he does is makes them stand up. He takes them into another room. Shows them the pictures of people long dead. People that aren’t even sitting anymore. They’re “feeding worms”….
He didn’t mean to kill him. He really didn’t.
Some people see Biff as evil. Someone that needs to be punched in the face repeatedly, who needs to be thrown into the manure over and over again. This is how Marty deals with him.
Doc Brown was a pretty smart guy. He invented a time machine. He figured out how to get Marty back to the future. He found out how to get things back the way they were supposed to be.
But there is something Doc just couldn’t figure out. Something only a high schooler could teach him.
I always get a weird feeling after seeing alien food, though. Sure, I haven’t eaten it, thank G-d (it’s not kosher). But there’s something oddly familiar about it. As if… as if I’ve had it before… something like it, at least.
Who would you rather be? Ferris Bueller? Or Cameron?