While never the focus, we saw bits and pieces of Jewish culture seeping throughout the show's 13-year-run.
"Anyone can play, no matter how hopelessly un-athletic they are."
For a film about a supernatural entity that takes the shape of a clown to terrorize and kill children, this error makes the movie difficult to believe.
While the story is basic, it shares some interesting thoughts about the good guys and bad guys.
It's fair to imagine at least one of the characters in The Hunger Games series must be Jewish. Here are the top 5 most likely candidates.
If Jason Bateman was on your "Jew or non-Jew" debate list, you can immediately take him off. This interview from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart proves his knowledge of Jewish…