THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT: A mother and father are devastated when their kids spend two weeks in a right-wing Yeshiva and return wearing black hats.
INCEPTION: A rabbi comes up with a brilliant technique for his Shabbat morning sermon, in which he can plant an idea in his congregants’ minds while they are asleep.
TRUE GRIT: At the Coen family seder, someone bites into a lettuce leaf that was not soaked in water, and grimaces as the overlooked dirt and, tragically, a microscopic bug are mashed between his teeth.
127 HOURS: As the seder goes into its fifth day, the sleep-deprived adults have had enough, and launch into a rousing version of Dayenu.
DESPICABLE ME: The controversial story of a man who sets his sights on committing every sin listed in the Al Cheit section of the Yom Kippur machzor.
THE SOCIAL NETWORK: The Harvard Board of Rabbis sues Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg on the grounds that his social networking site is based on the concept of "Jewish geography."
DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS: When a family of 14 forgets to pre-order a kosher meal for their flight from Israel to Australia, they spend the next 21 hours dining on pretzels, potato chips, and fruit cup.
BLACK SWAN: The animated sequel to the Biblical cartoon masterpiece, “Red Cow.”
SALT: One year after outlawing Gebrukts (wet matzah), a family revolts against Mom when she decides to kick it up a notch and avoid using any salt on Passover.
THE FIGHTER: After taking the side of Shammai in every Talmudic argument, Moshe Goldberg gets a reputation at Yeshiva.
DATE NIGHT: The animated tale of a delicious date who develops ingenious plots to avoid being eaten on Tu B’Shvat.
NO STRINGS ATTACHED: Ashton Kutcher goes ballistic after receiving a defective shipment of Kabbalah tzitzit.
I AM NUMBER FOUR: What’s it like being Jacob’s one true love? Only Rachel the Matriarch knows.
TANGLED: When a severe storm gets the town’s eruv and cable television wiring twisted, the non-Jews are upset that they can’t watch the big game, and the Jews are upset because they can’t carry on Shabbat.
EAT PRAY LOVE: Julia Roberts stars as an Upper West Side single whose years of dating have left her with food issues, a tendency toward religious fanaticism, and JDate addiction.