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No. 1: E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

The greatest Jewish movie ever made

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No. 2: Sunset Boulevard

The candid, insider’s take on Hollywood and the human condition

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No. 3: A Night at the Opera

The Marx Brothers’ best film takes absurdity to new heights

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No. 4: Annie Hall

The film we love to love

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No. 5: The Jazz Singer

The struggle to be heard

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No. 6: To Be or Not to Be

Ernst Lubitsch makes us masters of our own destiny

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No. 7: Blazing Saddles

Fart scenes are the least of it

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No. 8: The Graduate

Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson

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No. 9: The Apartment

Billy Wilder’s self-aware portrait of American greed and heartlessness

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No. 11: Miracle on 34th Street

Holidays seasons

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No. 12: Casablanca

Hollywood at the service of the people who invented it

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No. 13: Ghostbusters

Do you believe in ghosts?

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No. 14: The Producers

The origin of the Holocaust joke

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No. 15: The Big Lebowski

A Coen brothers classic

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No. 16: Meet the Parents

Intermarriage license

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No. 17: Shoah

The Holocaust as a human event

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No. 18: Abie’s Irish Rose

The idea of Jewish-Irish intermarriage

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No. 19: Citizen Kane

Great American tragic hero

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No. 20: A Serious Man

A faith-based initiative

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No. 21: Yentl

Returning to the source

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No. 22: Night and Fog

An early Holocaust film sets the tone

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No. 23: Zelig

Everywhere and nowhere

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No. 24: Clueless

She found her thrills in Beverly Hills

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No. 25: Ordinary People

The life-saving superiority of Jewish emotionalism

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No. 26: Battleship Potemkin

The masterpiece that shaped a medium

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No. 27: Army of Shadows

Wartime’s beastly chaos

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No. 28: A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Spielberg’s darkest

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No. 30: 12 Angry Men

Talmudic interpretations of the law

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