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Topic - Sarah Silverman
"A Million Ways to Die in the West" is at once a deeply crude movie and a surprisingly sweet one.
Israeli police Monday detained 10 women, including the sister of American comic Sarah Silverman, as they tried to pray at a Jerusalem holy site, the head of a liberal Jewish women's group said.
Guided by executive producer John Lasseter, Walt Disney Animation Studios has clearly devoted significant resources and talent to "Wreck-It Ralph," recruiting a top-notch cast and a diverse array of animation, visual effects and lighting artists to contribute to the distinct and varied vid-game styles. With a mix of retro eye-candy for grown-ups and a thrilling, approachable storyline for the tykes, the film casts a wide and beguiling net.
Asian, Mexican, black, Jewish, Catholic — [Sarah] Silverman has pooh-poohed, poked fun at, upset everyone. Except, perhaps, Muslims," writes Nathalie Rothschild in the September issue of Spiked Review of Books.
Sarah Silverman wrote on her Facebook page that she was "SO proud" of her sister and niece for their "civil disobedience."
"No, I'm good," Silverman replied.