Rambo and Crocodile Dundee return, Sex and the City hits the bigscreen and Larry Sanders and Phil Hartman say goodbye – May 25-31: Thirty Twenty Ten

Two of the 80s biggest movie icons are back, Sex and the City gets too big for HBO, Killer Klowns come to earth, Larry Sanders calls it quits, Mass Effect is freed from Xbox, Hope Floats, Lightning Crashes, and get ready for a startlingly sad week for Saturday Night Live alum. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, you’re audio journey back in time to the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago…

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11 thoughts on “Rambo and Crocodile Dundee return, Sex and the City hits the bigscreen and Larry Sanders and Phil Hartman say goodbye – May 25-31: Thirty Twenty Ten

  1. Rambo III: Charlie Wilson’s War. There is a very serious story here, especially about modern day imperialism, but everybody remembers sh- blowing up like crazy. Did America learn any lesson regarding the tireless spirit of the Crusaders? Nah.

  2. Common tale in the LA improv circles was that if it weren’t for Andy Dick, Phil Hartman might still be alive. But that’s just hear-say, I suppose…

  3. I watched the Strangers a couple of years ago, and as a HUGE horror fan, I thought it was fucking awful. Nothing in it was scary or interesting, it’s an ugly borefest with bad performances that isn’t even bad enough to be entertaining. The fact that it got a sequel a decade later is baffling to me.

    1. my appreciation for the strangers stems from that single, slow-burn wide shot reveal. it just gave me a cold scare in a way few movies in the past 20 years have.

  4. Man, Phil Hartman. I got the News Radio complete DVD set for Christmas and watching it was like counting down to his death. I still haven’t watched that last season without him. It’s like I’d have to admit he’s gone.

  5. Don’t forget the Killer Klowns guys also did the trolls for Ernest Scared Stupid! A couple of the Ernest trolls are Killer Klowns molds repainted, and they were pure nightmare fuel in the middle of Ernest zaniness.

  6. Worked at a movie theater when Rambo III came out. We had a sneak-preview the night before it came out. In addition to local reviewers and other fans, a large contingent of Hell’s Angels were on hand for the preview. Suffice to say, we had to hire security to watch over their rides, they also got the front rows of the auditorium, and they were LOUD!!! Heard repeated cheers from what was supposed to be a noise controlled auditorium.

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