--This morning, during meditation, RuPaul appeared to me.
--I propose a five-year, national moratorium on all productions of Shakespeare.
--Call Me By Your Name is a really good gay movie for straight people.
--Disco is the most underappreciated popular art form of the 20th century.
--I believe that disdain for disco has roots in homophobia and misogyny.
--Remember when Meg Ryan was America’s Sweetheart?
--America’s newest sweetheart is Adam Rippon; will he make decisions in several years that will cause him to disappear from public life?
--I have never seen a Star Wars movie.
--I am always surprised when people say that they re-watched a movie or re-read a book over and over again.
--Tangerine is one of my favorite movies of the recent past.
--Do Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush keep in touch, maybe meet for coffee?
--While watching Project Runway Allstars, I can’t stop wondering how much Georgina Chapman knew and when.
--I enjoyed the heavy male gaze of the Blade Runner reboot.
--The last scene of LadyBird ruined it for me.
--The PR around I, Tonya doesn’t capture the incredible tonal achievement of the film.
--Having grown up in a non-soda home, I struggle to fully understand that fruit juice is bad for me.
--One of the most intimate relationships of my life is with my iPhone.
--James Baldwin is one of my heroes and I worry that he might not respect me.
--I’d like to have tea in Paris with Kristin Scott Thomas.
--The novel I’m reading right now details a person’s bodily functions, smells and quirks, and I am reminded that I’m a bit of a prude.
--Sometimes I think that I read too fast.
--I highly recommend a Julie Christie film festival: pick any five of her films, watch them, be satisfied.