The first was Woman in Gold. Helen Mirren was fantastic and there were some very entertaining lines, such as:
Randol Schoenberg: It's hard to believe Hitler once applied to be an art student here.
Maria Altmann: I wish they'd have accepted him.
Randol Schoenberg: I could've searched for the file on my own.
Maria Altmann: I wasn't going to miss all the fun. This is like a James Bond film, and you're Sean Connery!
But obviously, it covers a very serious subject and it was extremely moving to see justice get done.
The second was The Longest Ride. To be fair, the movie wasn't specifically about a Jewish woman, but it had her playing a very central part. I had never heard of the movie, but it really moved me as well. I thought Alan Alda did a great job and the parallel love stories was a great angle.
Anyway...it just struck me as odd and, well, I had to document it.
Other movie recommendations are welcome.