Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Sarah Silverman, Seth Rogen, and Christian-Jewish Relations

 American entertainers Seth Rogen and Sarah Silverman have released a series, "Santa Inc," through HBO. "Santa Inc" is an obscene cartoon that mocks Christmas. Reviewers have panned "Santa Inc" and audiences really hate it. "Santa Inc" has racked up record low scores at the imdb.com and Rotten Tomatoes user review sites.  

In response to the negative criticism, Rogen and Silverman are claiming that anyone who doesn't like "Santa Inc" and its obscene attack on Christmas is a Nazi and an anti-Semite. 

In fact, some of the people criticizing the production are anti-Semites, but they are a minority of critics. Most critics are simply people with good taste. 

Press coverage here, here the Rotten Tomatoes page here; the imdb review page is here

Sarah Silverman's character in "Santa Inc." 

1 comment:

  1. Again, many Jews are ignorant in many ways just like many other people. There are many baseless claims of anti-Semitism.


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