Sometimes, cartoons should just be aimed at kids. The Soccer Football Movie has no pretensions: this is a glorious goof fest that draws on the hallowed tradition of slapstick comedy.
Before he was a broadcaster, Mary Glickman was one heck of an athlete, a youthful hero in New York known as “the Jewish Red Grange.”
But sometimes, though it may defy certain sorts of expectations, Jews excel not because they have higher sports IQs but just because they are better.
If Wordsworth was right in saying that poetry is emotion recollected in tranquility, than a rugby memoir is a punch in the face reconsidered from a hospital bed.