Eddie Murphy talks to animals, Pixar’s silent robot rockets to theaters, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the greatest movie of all time -June 22-28: Thirty Twenty Ten

Wow. Each segment in this week’s episode contains one of the greatest movies of the year! George Clooney begins his love affair with Steven Soderbergh, Wall-E reaches new heights for Pixar, Step By Step is mercifully retired, Eddie Murphy remakes reach a new low, George Carlin proves life is worth losing and Who Framed Roger Rabbit debuts thirty years ago in theaters! All that an more on this week’s Thirty Twenty Ten, your auditory journey back to the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.

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12 thoughts on “Eddie Murphy talks to animals, Pixar’s silent robot rockets to theaters, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the greatest movie of all time -June 22-28: Thirty Twenty Ten

  1. Hitler Bad, Vqndals Good is one of my favorite albums ever. It’s where they perfected their signature style of songs driving comedy from assholes who don’t realize they are assholes.

  2. I saw Smoke Signals twice in college for two different classes. I loved it so much I bought the dvd and watch it every couple of years. Sherman Alexie is a great writer and Smoke Signals is based on a mix of his stories “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven” his short stories are great and I love each story is titled like a fallout boy song (or fallout boy songs are titled like Alexie stories).

  3. Loved hearing you talk about Jump Jive and Wail. Brian Setzer is my second cousin, so growing up I had to listen to Stray Cats and Brian Setzer Orchestra pretty much endlessly. I must have seen his band live about 15 times because he used to get my family tickets every time he was in the area when I was younger. Can’t say I’m the biggest fan of his music, but I love seeing the reactions of my 20 something year old friends who have never heard of him when I break out one of his songs at karaoke. Loving the show lately, Sara has been a great addition! Keep it up!

  4. So I just sat and watched Wanted for the first time. Goddamned that movie is stupid as fuck, potentially redeemed by all the times Chris Pratt gets smashed in the face

  5. I cannot rewatch Roger Rabbit. That scene when Doom just mercilessly melts that cartoon shoe triggers the fuck out of me.

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