July 21-27: Janet Jackson gets poetic, Bill Maher gets politically incorrect, Bob Dylan makes a movie, Tobey Maguire loves horsies, FX gets edgy, Reno’s finest bust criminals, backup singers in the limelight, Aubrey Plaza’s got stuff to do, Steve Carell is a bad stepdad, and the worst excuse for a Nintendo game. All that and more on our weekly report on the state of 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
The dawn of Queer Eye and KOTOR, WB simultaneously saves and dooms a whale, Hocus Pocus and Bad Boys compete over becoming the slowest moving franchise in Disney history, Mr Bean is James Bond, Teen Titans start serious, and Ryan Reynolds becomes a snail and ghost cop ON THE SAME DAY!
July 7-13: Clint Eastwood stops an assassin, Sean Connery forms a league, the Sharknado strikes, Nick goes to Weinerville, Netflix goes to prison, Ryan Coogler shows off Oakland, Adam Sandler hangs out with his friends some more, there’s no rule says a kid can’t play major league baseball, and we get drunk and talk about history. All that and more on our weekly report on the state of 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
The John Grisham Cinematic Universe Begins, the first (and best) of several Cameron-less Terminators, the Minions are officially a franchise, Legally Blonde squanders its potential, Pauly Shore breaks out, Dreamworks abandons traditional animation, Larry Sanders speaks the unspeakable, and The Lone Ranger is the most pointless movie ever made. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten