The shtick flies fast and furious in Salvador Litvak's comedy of family dysfunction, which unfolds over the course of a fractious Passover seder held at the luxurious home of Christmas-ornament mogul Ira Stuckman (Michael Lerner). Yes, a Jew who got rich selling Santa baubles to Christians that's the kind of movie this is, a riot of ethnic cliches convinced it has enough heart and sloppy, life-affirming warmth to offset the schmaltz. And for all its excesses, it isn't entirely wrong. Ira prides himself on conducting the world's fastest seder, speed-dialing in the holy ritual so the family can get down to the business of bickering over dinner. But this year is ...