December 18, 2012
Once you get past the hipster-smug twee-ness of it all, Lena Dunham's daringly different comedy is sheer perfection, where motivation-less 20-somethings talk and act like motivation-less 20-somethings ... and yet we still want to watch. Every actor, from Zosia's Mamet's naive Shoshanna to Adam Driver's sublimely odd Adam (drinking milk on the toilet) is an awkward pleasure to watch. Also awkward: the sex. All of it.