Barbra Streisand Gives Therapy, a Horse Goes to War, and Will Smith Plays the Greatest

Dec. 24-30: Ending the year with time traveling Hugh Jackman, Time’s people of the year, Matt Damon buys a zoo, romantic Nick Nolte, Spielberg tries WWI, lots of Kennedy Center Honors, and there’s two things wrong with the title Naked Lunch. 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 “Barbra Streisand Gives Therapy, a Horse Goes to War, and Will Smith Plays the Greatest

  1. The Inner Circle. The story of Stalin’s projectionist is a fairly good story of how average people get sucked into a dictator’s orbit. Another film I can think of in that genre is the Last King of Scotland. Others?

    Naked Lunch film. What have you vowed to never watch again?

    Daughters of the Dust. I was familiar with the Sea Islands but I wasn’t aware there was a film made about them. I’ll have to check this out.

    Prince of Tides. What other films have psychiatrist behaving inappropriately?

    Kate and Leopold. What are some good romantic time travel movies?

    What film did you see with the most mismatched audience? I think mine might have been Ali. I watched this in Japan and the Japanese audience was not happy with it, at all.

    Heartily recommend “When We Were Kings. “. I saw it directly after watching Ali and thought it was the far superior film not least because it covers one incident instead of trying to cover an entire life.

    #thirtytwentyten what is the best Mad Max films of all time?

    The Darkest Hour. What are some good films against an invisible opponent?

    I’ve always thought that “We Bought a Zoo” could be fairly easily and enjoyably remade as a horror movie; Have a clueless bunch of people in charge of A private zoo and then show them getting picked off one by one because taking care of wild dangerous animals takes skill.

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