I watched this solely because I have a massive crush on Carrie Brownstein. She was extremely adorable and endearing, so I guess it was worth it for that alone.
Three Ages 1923
Three Ages won't go down as my favorite of Buster Keaton's (Sherlock Jr. still holds that title), but it will likely be my most memorable. I had the exciting opportunity to watch it with a live organist in the beautiful 95-year-old Fargo Theatre for the area's 48th annual Silent Movie Night, which made for an incredible experience.
The movie itself was a bit of a mixed bag at times, but it was full of clever little details and sight gags. The chariot race was a blast, and there was a stunt near the end that was genuinely jaw-dropping. As always, Keaton was a delight.
A Secret Love 2020
This was really beautiful and moving. The content in this documentary is frankly so valuable. Certainly our modern world is quite different from the time period when these two women met and began their lengthy relationship, but I think that a lot of lesbians still feel a rather profound sense of isolation even today. I know I do. That's why it was really meaningful not only to see the photos and footage of Pat and Terry's life together in the…
Liza with a Z 1972
I am in love with Liza Minnelli.