Forget those other shows that recap the year's best films, we're counting down THREE YEARS of the greatest films. In addition to other anniversary milestones, we're throwing down our very favorite movies of 30, 20 and 10 years ago in order to find the absolute cream of the crop. All that and more, as we look back at pop culture Thirty, Twenty and Ten years ago!
Dec. 23-29: Back to the Future is finally retired from the screen, Danny DeVito kills Jimmy Hoffa, Jet Li is heroic, Russell Crowe sings, Tom Hanks catches Leo, and the chains come off Django. All that and more on Thirty Twenty Ten!
Dec. 16-22: Tom Cruise's failed franchise, Steve Martin and Robin Williams' most unpalatable comedies ever, the sequel to Knocked Up nobody asked for, Mel Gibson is temporarily ageless, Martin Scorsese's return to New York gang crime is big and boring, confusing games and more! All that and more on this week's edition of Thirty Twenty Ten!
Darkwing Duck’s last hurrah, The Muppets' first movie since the death of their dad, Tom Hardy kills Star Trek: The Next Generation, Tom Cruise thinks he’s entitled to The Truth, Anthony Hopkins makes Psycho, and we have a lot to say about the first 1/3 of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit. All that and more on Thirty Twenty Ten!
Dec. 2-8: Dwight brings Belsnikel to The Office, Eddie Murphy's abandoned movie, The Matrix but dumb, THE WORST comedy sequel ever made, and Tiny Toons and Invader Zim take a holiday bow. All that and more, this week 30, 20 and 10 years ago.