Cops Totally Rock, Jackass debuts, and Mark Zuckerberg Becomes the Center of One of the Best Movies of the Decade

Sept. 25-Oct. 1: Dolph Lundgren fights space pushers, Christopher Walken in king of New York, the next-to-last picture show, don’t rent to Michael Keaton, America fails to learn from the Civil War, Denzel remembers the titans, two explorations of Facebook, and should you let in the vampire remake? 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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One thought on “Cops Totally Rock, Jackass debuts, and Mark Zuckerberg Becomes the Center of One of the Best Movies of the Decade

  1. Black Books apologist here! Well, okay, less apologist, more just I hate Graham Linehan because everyone should (god, I could go on a years long tangent, but you don’t deserve that grief) and would like to take as much credit away from him as possible: Linehan helped Dylan Moran write the first season because Moran had self-confessed zero knowledge about writing for TV. He isn’t credited on the second or third series for this reason. (Isn’t it a shame how we will never know who wrote Father Ted or The IT Crowd etc etc.)

    Black Books was my Spaced, I guess – very “holy shit what is this and how is it on after Friends?!” and I was 13 when I discovered it, which helps with all favourite shows, I guess. It’s weird, has cameos from the entirety of the British comedy scene in 2000 and had some excellent DVD commentaries. If nothing else, I can definitely think of worse lives than being an alcoholic bookshop owner.

    Also, the actor who plays Manny is gonna be on Strictly Come Dancing this year because the world is insane.

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