What to Watch: Movie/Show Reviews

The Highlights: A fascinating peek into Lady Gaga's world as she handles daily life and prepares for the Super Bowl and her new album.

Drink Pairing: The Lady Gaga

Synopsis: Packed into a petite 5’2″ frame, the powerhouse that IS Lady Gaga reveals her vulnerabilities in this refreshing behind the scenes look of a pop star’s life. Appropriately named, this documentary explores the insecurities and physical pain Gaga endures for the love of sharing her talents with her…

The Highlights: Fans expect top-notch performances from Beyoncé, and they will not be disappointed with this film featuring her 2018 Coachella set.

Drink Pairing: The Lemondrop

Synopsis: Fans have come to expect top-notch performances from Beyoncé, and they will not be disappointed with this film featuring her 2018 Coachella set. If you have never seen Beyoncé in concert, this is the next best thing and she brings her beautifully choreographed set into our homes. Without…

The Highlights: A diva before there were divas, Linda Ronstadt dominated stadiums, the charts and women in music with country, pop and rock songs.

Drink Pairing: The Whiskey Lemonade

Synopsis: Fall in love with Linda Ronstadt all over again in this moving documentary following her legendary career. A diva before there were divas, Ronstadt dominated stadiums, the charts and women in music with country, pop and rock songs. How she seamlessly paved the way for other female performers…

The Highlights: Sadly, we will never again get to hear Kurt Cobain sing "Smells Like Teen Spirit" live but the legend of Nirvana lives on in this excellent concert film.

Drink Pairing: Rachels Ginger Beer

Synopsis: Just when you thought concerts weren’t a thing anymore, discover this masterpiece of Nirvana playing at the Paramount, raw, human and perfection, the way concerts were meant to be seen. Shot on 16mm film stock at a concert performed in 1991 – yes, you read that correctly –…

The Highlights: True Who fans won't want to miss the opportunity to watch the band's last performance with their original drummer Keith Moon.

Drink Pairing: The Union Jack

Synopsis: Here is a film for the ages, featuring the legendary English rock band the Who from the beginning. Touted as a rockumentary film, this 1979 release encompasses performances and interviews from 1964-1978. True Who fans won’t want to miss the opportunity to watch the band’s last performance with…