Bette Midler (center) with two unidentified actresses in Fiddler On The Roof.
The first time I watched this film I was taking a science fiction in literature class in senior year of high school. I had always loved science fiction until that point but didn’t know it’s beginning in film. I had watched my fair share of silent movies with my friend the Bay, but not this one. To say the least, I loved it and got quite invested in it. This film is from 1927 and it’s message still holds true. I’d definitely recommend watching it.
Happy Birthday Bette Midler! (December 1, 1945)
You have to think you’re the greatest thing since sliced bread, but know you’re not.
Alfred Hitchcock’s REAR WINDOW.
FIERCE FABULOUS CUPCAKE MAKING LADIES
WHO WILL FUCK YOU UP
If you are a misogynistic dick in their restaurant
Saw Darren Criss again…and we talked about “Six By Sondheim”