Tigers and Dragons Wire Up the Big Screen, Predator Pluralizes, and the Worst Good Die Hard

July 3-9: George Jetson whooshes to the big screen, we die harder, Dream On predates Family Guy, Wayanses get scared, Big Brother is watching celebrities, Adrien Brody fights the Predator, the Minions ruin a very fun movie, we miss Joe Bob, and wire-fu is perfected. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.

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3 thoughts on “Tigers and Dragons Wire Up the Big Screen, Predator Pluralizes, and the Worst Good Die Hard

  1. Think you’re overplaying the weinstein effect. Haunted House was because New line owns the Scary Movie name/IP. Also surprised Diana never liked Shawn or Marlon. The Wayans bros is a classic sitcom, as is their parts in In Living Color.

  2. the 2010’s is when music started to sit on charts for longer. Streaming really fucked up the charts.

  3. A good show….Tiger/Dragon is great, Joe Bob Briggs is THE MAN! I would probably say go easy on the metal; there is a wide variety of style and genres and it isn’t all for everyone but you’re risking the wrath of the metal community when you mess up the subgenres or complain just because it’s too “screamy”.

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