Lara Zarum is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group. VMG publications include Denver Westword, Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times, Dallas Observer, Houston Press and New Times Broward-Palm Beach.
2 months ago | Film and TV
The story of two girls who are too smart for their circumstances, one of whom will manage to transcend them, the show casts the minutiae of their tiny world as high drama
3 months ago | Film and TV
Adapted from a British series of the same name by Girls dream team Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, Camping seems destined to spark yet another debate about patently “unlikable” female protagonists
4 months ago | Film and TV
Who’d have thought a show about the origins of a shyster/lawyer with a fake name whose clients are murderous drug dealers would turn out to be TV’s most satisfying depiction of an honest day’s work?
4 months ago | Film Reviews
Despite the efforts of Dinklage and Fanning, both always pleasant enough to watch, and Morano’s keen eye — witness how she rarely puts both Del and Grace together in one frame — neither character really comes to life
In the first minutes of I Think We're Alone Now, director Reed Morano's camera stalks the streets of a quaint American town, like a New York Times Trump-voter profile come to life. But something's off: The town, near the Hudson River, is...