Once again I find myself enjoying a movie way more than I should because it tugs on my heart strings by reaching for my tzi-tzis. The influx of orthodox Jewish entertainment (from Ushpizin to Matisyahu) over the past few years has taken advantage of my objectivity by playing into my sentimentality. When Do We Eat?, a way over the top Pesach comedy about a family coming together on Seder night that really has no business coming together for anything, is such a movie. The cast is mainly Jewish and they all dig into their roles and deliver some stirring work despite the overall characterizations not being credible. Without going into it much