Other Sellers on Amazon
Jewtopia BD+DVD Combo Pack [Blu-ray]
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Christian O'Connell (Ivan Sergei, Charmed) and Adam Lipschitz (Joel David Moore, Bones) are two childhood friends who reunite as adults to help each other land the women of their dreams. Chris wants to marry Allison (Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Client List), a Jewish girl, so that he'll never have to make another decision for as long as he lives. Adam is on the verge of getting married to Hannah (Jamie-Lynn Sigler, The Sopranos), a woman he is not content with. When Chris enlists Adam's help in pretending to be Jewish so that Allison will date him, cultures collide and chaos ensues! Inspired by the international smash hit play seen by over a million people, JEWTOPIA stars Ivan Sergei, Joel David Moore, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jon Lovitz, Rita Wilson, Tom Arnold, Peter Stormare, Camryn Manheim, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Wendie Malick, Nicollette Sheridan, Phil Rosenthal, Christine Lakin, Hayes MacArthur and Lin Shaye.
About the Director
Bryan Fogel is an American playwright, author, producer and film director. He was born in Denver, Colorado, one of three children of David and Linda Fogel. He attended both private and public schools, graduating from East High School and attending the University of Colorado at Boulder. Along with Sam Wolfson, Fogel developed, wrote, and initially starred in the play Jewtopia, an off-Broadway comedy about the dating lives of two young men seeking Jewish women, which was made into a feature film. The play opened in Los Angeles in 2003 and ran for 300 performances. It moved on in 2004 to the off-Broadway Westside Theater in New York, where it ran for more than three years and over a thousand performances before closing in April 2007. It holds the record as one of the longest running and fastest recouping productions in Off-Broadway history. Fogel is also the author of the best-selling book Jewtopia: The Chosen Guide for the Chosen People, also a collaboration with Sam Wolfson The book was published by Hachette Book Group and Fogel appeared on ABC's The View in support of the book. Fogel also directed, co-wrote and produced the feature film adaptation of Jewtopia which will be released in 2013. The film had its U.S. premiere as the opening night gala of the 13th Newport Beach International Film Festival. The film also won the audience choice award of the 2012 Malibu International Film Festival. The film stars Jennifer Love-Hewitt, Jon Lovitz, Joel David Moore, Ivan Sergei, Rita Wilson, Ton Arnold, Peter Stormare, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Wendie Malick, Phil Rosenthal, Camryn Manheim, Lin Shaye, Bree Turner, Hayes MacArthur. He also had a small part in the 2009 Disney movie Race to Witch Mountain.
Top Customer Reviews
When you watch a movie it helps to understand who the intended viewer is. I think many of the negative reviewers are non-Jews who weren't able to put on their "Jewish goggles" enough to appreciate the humor; or maybe they just don't know the stereotypes enough to laugh at them.
The Jews I know are impressive people. It's also admirable to be able to laugh at yourself, as this movie obviously does.
The Southern-Christian stereotypes were also way over the top, and hilarious. The best part of the movie for me was when the guy goes to the Jewish singles mixer with a ball cap and NASCAR jacket.
There were too many private-parts jokes for my taste and a lot of swearing. But overall I enjoyed this, and hope I learned a little about Jewish culture, even if stereotyped for the comedy value.
If you are easily offended by "mature" content, proceed with caution. I normally would have found this movie offensive, but in this case I wasn't focusing on it. It should probably deserve an R rating.
If you were raised in a large Jewish family (my wife and I were fortunate to be), you would have laughed all through the movie.
I was raised with many aunts and uncles. When they all got together, it was hilarious.
The best line in the Jewtopia was when the nonJewish guy was asked why he would want to marry a Jewish women. His answer was, "So that I will never have to make another decision!"
If you don't understand why that is funny, you are not Jewish!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very judeophobic toward Jewish women as mothers, girlfriends and wives.
Quite sad actually....
The idea of this movie was cute, but I think it was very unconvincing plot-wise. The characters were so stereotyped that they lacked dimensionality, making them very unconvincing... Read morePublished 7 months ago by NikkiFM
Don't believe the NOT RATED post. Should be rated R or MA. Full of F-bombs, adult language, mature subject matter, sexual situations. Comedy? Yes. Gross dialogue? Yes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by daddymac48