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THE HEBREW HAMMER stars Adam Goldberg in the title role of this holiday farce as a handsome Orthodox stud and man of action who is called upon to save Hanukkah. When Santa Claus’ evil son Damian (Dick) is pushed over the edge by his father’s liberal policies, he murders the Christian patriarch and, stepping into the vacated role, launches a nefarious worldwide campaign to eradicate the Jewish Holiday. The Hammer joins forces with Esther (Greer), the gorgeous daughter of the chief of the Jewish Justice League to topple Damian and save Hanukkah for future generations.

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A cross between a Kosher Shaft and Airplane!''s shameless gag machine, The Hebrew Hammer is an unabashed burlesque about a streetwise Jewish private detective (a "circumcised dick" in his own parlance) named Mordechai Jefferson Carver (Adam Goldberg). Once ostracized by Gentile children, Mordechai has become a much-feared defender of Jews, so extreme that even the militant Jewish Justice League tosses him out. Until, that is, JJL leader Chief Bloomenbergansteinhal (Peter Coyote) and his lovely daughter Esther (Judy Greer) recruit him to take on the wicked Damien (Andy Dick), a snippy anti-Semite who murders Santa Claus in order to turn Christmas into a Jew-hating holiday. Written and directed by Jonathan Kesselman, this sporadically funny feature is based on a funkier short (included on this DVD) of the same name. The cast is better than the generally obvious material, and Nora Dunn (as Mordechai''s mother) and Mario Van Peebles are very good in supporting roles. --Tom Keogh

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Luca Boyd
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good laughs, borderline between PG13 and R.
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2016
Perfectly Silly in the tradition of Mel Brooks. Lots of ethnic jokes made in the spirit of good friends making fun of each other or Phyllis Diller making fun of herself. It''s rated R, but we really saw it as more of a PG13. One scene had blood splatter. There was no... See more
Perfectly Silly in the tradition of Mel Brooks. Lots of ethnic jokes made in the spirit of good friends making fun of each other or Phyllis Diller making fun of herself. It''s rated R, but we really saw it as more of a PG13. One scene had blood splatter. There was no more nudity than you would see at the beach, but there was foreplay which faded to black and mention of a specific sexual act. Words you might hear from Chris Rock, Samuel L Jackson or George Carlin were used moderately. Characters said some words that are offensive if used by a person outside the specific group: "Gimp," "K---," "N---," usually affectionately, except when the clear villain used them. Characters are largely one-dimensional, but this is not intended to be literature; it''s goofy comedy.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Hebrew Hammer: A superhero worthy of his own franchise
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2015
I just cannot understand for the life of me how everyone doesn''t know the Hebrew Hammer; or how this movie has not become a holiday staple at everyone''s home yet. It is in my house! You do not need to be jewish to find this movie absolutely hilarious. It had us laughing... See more
I just cannot understand for the life of me how everyone doesn''t know the Hebrew Hammer; or how this movie has not become a holiday staple at everyone''s home yet. It is in my house! You do not need to be jewish to find this movie absolutely hilarious. It had us laughing from even before it started and posted the dedication: "This movie is dedicated to all the jewish brothers and sisters that had enough of the gentile." And then from the first shot of the creepy, cartoony jesus statue... It''s just laughs after laughs. I mean the leader of the Jewish Justice League is called Chief Bloomanbergensteinenthal. You can''t get more genius than that.

I do think the movie could used a little more action though. Especially towards the end in tyring to capture Santa Claus. But overall its just a solid film.
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Wordmonger
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Camp and Crazy! A must for lovers of Jewish humor (the definitely not highbrow variety)
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2016
It''s camp! It''s crazy! It''s a must for people who love Jewish humor and especially for those who treasure Chanukah, even if it isn''t a "high holiday" as the Hebrew Hammer''s mother kvetches. The plot is simple and goofy, an attempt to save the holiday from a madman... See more
It''s camp! It''s crazy! It''s a must for people who love Jewish humor and especially for those who treasure Chanukah, even if it isn''t a "high holiday" as the Hebrew Hammer''s mother kvetches. The plot is simple and goofy, an attempt to save the holiday from a madman who would wipe out both Chanukah and Kwanzaa. The simplicity of the plot allows every Jewish joke in the book to star, so overdone, it is hilarious. (Think Mel Brooks''s Spaceballs with an ethnic twist.) The ongoing gag that actually almost gagged me from laughter is the attempt of so many people in the film to properly pronounce the gutteral "ch" in Chanukah. My kind of movie--and frankly, much better than I expected after reading the blurb.
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Roni Batzion
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the funniest cult movies ever
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2013
Movies so stupid they''re hilarious: "The Hebrew Hammer" is at the top of the list. Aside from a few very vulgar moments with the Hammer''s mother (note to Hollywood script writers: it''s possible to satirize a Jewish mother without being quite that gross), this... See more
Movies so stupid they''re hilarious: "The Hebrew Hammer" is at the top of the list. Aside from a few very vulgar moments with the Hammer''s mother (note to Hollywood script writers: it''s possible to satirize a Jewish mother without being quite that gross), this movie is bound to make you giggle. Hammer (in Hebrew, "Maccabee") is drafted, more or less against his will, to take on Santa Claus''s evil son who is out to stamp out both Hanukkah and Kwanzaa so that Christmas will reign supreme as THE winter holiday. To achieve his plan, the Evil Son starts by making some of the reindeer kill his father, Santa, so he can take over the North Pole.

An emergency meeting of a top level secret and screamingly funny Jewish organization decides the only remedy to saving Hanukkah is to get the Hammer back in action. The meeting chairman ("General Bloomenbergensteinenthal") is a side-splitting version of Israeli General Moshe Dayan, eye patch and all, played superbly by Peter Coyote. But this chairman has a beautiful daughter, predictably named Esther (Judy Greer). She will help the Hammer save Hanukkah, along with Mario Van Peebles, who plays Kwanzaa''s main man. Why is help even needed? Well, the Hammer goes into an anxiety attack every time somebody tries to tell him how important this mission is. Then there''s Evil Santa''s secret weapon, which he plans to unleash upon The Hammer. But I won''t give it away, except to say that it''s outrageously funny, even if occasionally the humor descends into unneeded vulgarity. Most Americans know enough generally about Judaism to be able to get most of the amusing references in the film, but even if you don''t, this one''s a Don''t Miss. If you like deliberately-stupid-but-hilarious cult movies, that is, and who doesn''t?
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SvenStadt
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I cannot believe they charged me 3.99 for this garbage.
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2018
This movie sucks! The plot points are incoherent and garbled together. There is just a collection of scenes and characters, one after another, with no flow to it. The movie is nothing but one bad stereotype after another. They make no sympathetic characters in this... See more
This movie sucks! The plot points are incoherent and garbled together. There is just a collection of scenes and characters, one after another, with no flow to it. The movie is nothing but one bad stereotype after another. They make no sympathetic characters in this whatsoever. It is also predictable. There were maybe 1 or 2 mildly amusing jokes, and that is all! The Sweetback cameo was kind of the best part.
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Jim Reed
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What more needs to be said?
Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2020
It''s a Jewish-themed action-comedy. It''s dumb and funny, but more dumb than funny. I used to have an earlier release of this on DVD that did not look as good, nor was it the full widescreen print (this one IS widescreen). If this looks like... See more
It''s a Jewish-themed action-comedy.

It''s dumb and funny, but more dumb than funny.

I used to have an earlier release of this on DVD that did not look as good, nor was it the full widescreen print (this one IS widescreen).

If this looks like something you''d like, it probably is. If not, then not.

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P. Farvour
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome Holiday Movie
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
I always enjoy watching this at least once very holiday season. Since I''m always partial to physical media, I figured I may as well just buy the DVD and then I''ll have it forever! Andy Dick is hilarious in this!
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Bookaholic
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of my all time favorites
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2006
I knew I would love this movie after the first scene: Jewish kid goes to Catholic school, where other kids are opening shiny Xmas presents while all he has is a plastic dreidel. The teacher gives a syrupy speech about "tolerance", while snotty kids tell him his "People" are... See more
I knew I would love this movie after the first scene: Jewish kid goes to Catholic school, where other kids are opening shiny Xmas presents while all he has is a plastic dreidel. The teacher gives a syrupy speech about "tolerance", while snotty kids tell him his "People" are going to Hell. Then along comes ol'' Santa and steps on his dreidel!

The whole "Jewish at Christmas" thing resonates for someone raised Jewish in the 50''s in a small town. That was why I loved this movie. Who else has ever expressed what that felt like? This movie is about "Us"...but it''s not about pogroms or the Holocaust ... it''s actually FUNNY!

This movie pokes fun at every cliche imaginable. It spoofs Moshe Dayan, superhero flicks, the coke-dealing superfly genre, old fashioned detective flicks, 70''s Black Panthers with huge Afro''s, the "Jewish Media Conspiracy", silly SF movies, and of course the Jewish Mom. It is not for the politically correct or culturally squeamish. You might miss some of the jokes if you aren''t well versed in Jewish or Yiddish culture. Watch it with a Jewish friend who can tell you what "Shalom aleichem", "G-d" and "sheket b''vakashah" mean. (it really means "shut up").
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Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth a look
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 23, 2018
Had a few good laughs and a good idea for a comedy but did suffer a bit from lack of budget
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Joerg Ganzer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great fun
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 24, 2013
have seen it on a jewish film festival in ARSENAL in Berlin some years ago and liked it very much. It''s quite funny in a way similar to Naked Gun, the Leon Schuster movies or Torrente. Not pc, that makes it difficult for some people, I guess.
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John R. Orr
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Three Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 15, 2015
Nearly a great film, but pulled its punches at the criticial moments, still worth watching
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Dorothyanne Brown
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A very unusual film
Reviewed in Canada on April 2, 2011
Fell across this once at a video store and was unprepared for the laughter it engendered. It''s a spoof of blaxploitation films and movies like "Shaft" and takes them on brilliantly. There is a war on. Someone is playing the movie "It''s a Wonderful Life" to various ethnic...See more
Fell across this once at a video store and was unprepared for the laughter it engendered. It''s a spoof of blaxploitation films and movies like "Shaft" and takes them on brilliantly. There is a war on. Someone is playing the movie "It''s a Wonderful Life" to various ethnic groups and converting them to Christianity (because this is the natural outcome of watching that movie). The Hebrew Hammer is the only hope for saving Hanukkah. He is cool, sexy, the hero of smallish Orthodox boys and the community (but not his parents). As an antidote to Christmas sweetness, this just HAS to be added to the yearly watching lineup. Too funny, terribly politically incorrect, insulting evenly to many, thus not really insulting to any. Enjoy!
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Delivered as promised
Reviewed in Canada on December 9, 2018
I haven''t watched it yet, but I had a copy before. Must have loaned it to someone. It''s a wonderfully insane movie.
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