SoHo Review: "Fish in the Dark"
In Fish in the Dark, Larry David has written a wry, well-observed comedy populated with vain, self-involved characters who work overtime to deceive and otherwise annoy each other. In other words, he has written a cross between his two hit TV shows, “Seinfeld” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Though far from perfect, David’s craft has never been put to better use. And, to gild this ragged lily, he, himself, is starring in it, long with some of the finest comic actors around. Fish in the Dark—a reference to an unsuccessful dinner party—takes internecine battles to sublimely ridiculous heights.