Lorraine Zago Rosenthal
Lorraine Zago Rosenthal was born and raised in New York City and is a graduate of the University of South Florida. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Master's degrees in Education and English. Her debut novel, OTHER WORDS FOR LOVE, was published by Random House (Delacorte Press) in 2011. Her second novel, NEW MONEY, was published by Macmillan/St. Martin's Press (Thomas Dunne Books) in 2013. INDEPENDENTLY WEALTHY (the sequel to NEW MONEY) was published in 2014 by Macmillan/St. Martin's Press (Thomas Dunne Books). It was featured among "The Best Books" in People Magazine's "People Picks: A Dozen Cool Things to See, Hear, Read and Download this Week."
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Much like All in the Family -- which also addressed sexuality, gender roles, and race in a brutally honest manner -- Saturday Night Fever uncovers ugly truths.
02 May 2017
The Tony-winning actress is the emotional center of M. Night Shyamalan's new film Split, and like the movie, there's more beneath the surface.
31 Jan 2017
Despite a star-studded cast and a seductive setting, Gangster Squad fades in the noirish-glow of '40s-era Los Angeles.
21 Apr 2013
Boardwalk Empire: Season 2 wraps up its storylines in an astonishing way and leaves one with a craving for more.
27 Aug 2012
This is a compelling concept, but it would have benefited from a more meaningful examination of how it feels to be 20-something.
31 Jul 2012
Ami McKay’s The Virgin Cure, set in 1870s New York City, is an intriguing novel filled with emotion and vivid historical detail.
25 Jul 2012
Although Nurse Jackie’s third season isn’t quite as strong as it has been in the past and would benefit from a deeper analysis of Jackie’s personality, its many good performances and its clever blend of comedy and drama make it worth watching.
28 Mar 2012
With its government corruption, political scandals, bruised soldiers just home from war, and catastrophic financial losses due to the original Ponzi scheme, this '20s tale isn't much different from politics and business these days.
09 Jan 2012
With his monotone radio-announcer voice and wooden mannerisms, Ray is missing what Richard Gere had in American Gigolo—the smooth suaveness required for smart, wealthy women to fork over wads of cash for his services
26 Sep 2011
In her one-woman show, Carrie Fisher finds humor in failed marriages, mental illness, substance abuse, and her colorful Hollywood family.
12 Sep 2011
A lawyer coping with the aftermath of her husband’s political scandal and run for the state’s attorney’s office struggles to keep her family together while navigating her challenging career.
06 Sep 2011
A jaded Los Angeles defense attorney takes on a case that plunges him into a dangerous web of deception and makes him question his moral code.
13 Jul 2011
This is a character-driven, emotional movie wrapped in a fast-paced, entertaining plot. And although the story takes place long ago, Mattie’s inspirational example of strength, perseverance, and finding one’s own “grit” is timeless.
06 Jun 2011
A documentary about one of the most compelling bands of the '80s is unworthy of its purported subject.
15 Mar 2011
The usually handsome Christian Bale—a master chameleon—physically transforms into a frighteningly thin, haggard, balding, twitchy, and wild-eyed addict who never stops moving his jittery limbs.
13 Mar 2011
Nurse Jackie returns for a compelling second season in which its morally ambiguous protagonist tries to dodge her transgressions.
21 Feb 2011
Devotion, sacrifice, perseverance, justice, love, and hope are the themes that permeate this adaptation of a true story based on the fierce and lengthy battle Betty Anne Waters faced to free her older brother from a life sentence.
10 Feb 2011
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