Lara Zarum


Lara Zarum is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

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  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    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...

  • 12 months ago | Film and TV

    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel tracks its title hero’s journey from bright-eyed newlywed to disillusioned stand-up comedian making her way through the coffeehouses and nightclubs of New York City circa 1958, propriety be damned.

  • 1 year ago | Film and TV

    Despite, or probably because of, the density of its plot, Mr. Robot is almost more enjoyable if you don’t really know what’s going on.

  • I Love You, Daddy is a natural next step for Louis C.K., a button pusher who for the past five years has been dogged by rumors of sexual misconduct with female comedians. With a deliberately provocative plot and the undeniable homage it...

  • "I dreamed in brown," Laura McAllan (Carey Mulligan) muses in voice-over as Mudbound begins, and you have to believe her. Dee Rees' gorgeous film opens with the sound of thundering rain and footsteps in muck. Set on a cotton farm in the...


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