Lara Zarum is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice.
4 days 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...
15 days ago | Film and TV
Again, Gyllenhaal is the main draw here, turning in a career-best performance, though the emphasis on film makes The Deuce’s sophomore season more self-reflexive and more focused than the first
16 days ago | Film and TV
Spastic and impressionistic, Random Acts of Flyness is the free jazz of television, a searing collage of black life in America with a rhythm all its own
23 days ago | Film and TV
... Like that of I Love You, America, Cohen’s apparent goal of exploring America’s multitudes belies his show’s actual focus on belittling, baiting or simply giving a platform to white Americans in particular
1 month ago | Film and TV
At its best, the show was a canny deconstruction of contemporary late-night comedy, which has been swamped with political satire since Stewart, the former Daily Show host, turned Bush-era liberal outrage comedy into its very own TV genre