Nov. 25-Dec. 1: We will always love Whitney Houston, animated space pirates, MST3K talks turkey, The Christmas Shoes are seven cents short, a Muppet Christmas you haven’t heard of, George Clooney mopes in space, Colin Firth is no Michael Caine, Lindsay Lohan is no Liz Taylor, and we definitely don’t know all there is to know about The Crying Game. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
The Seinfeld Gang masters their domain, Life of Pi deserves to be remembered, Denzel Washington dominates, Sonic solidifies his star status, the Pierce Brosnan era of Bond ends with an eye roll, Harvey Keitel ACTS HARDEST, and Kevin McCallister runs away with his dad's credit card. All this and more on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Nov. 11-17: Michael Moore gets a gun, Russell Crowe stomps, the British Big Chill, Edwina and Patsy get loaded, Steven Seagal is nearly dead, the saddest Futurama, Helen Hunt does sex work, The Simpsons rock, and Twilight ends with a bang. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Nov. 4-10: Batman meets his hero, Rebecca Romijn is a femme fatale, Christopher Walken hosts a quartet, Greg Kinnear is a sex addict, Ralphie finally gets his on The Sopranos, an erotic thriller with James Belushi, French movies get très weird, and we settle the question: real women…do they have curves? All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.