Twilight 3, Mark Wahlberg and George Clooney Catch Waves, and Bill Cosby is Dead

June 26-July 2: Top Gun hits the road, Nelly is a grammarian, Rocky and Bullwinkle hit the big screen, Mel Gibson fights the evil British, M. Night fails on land, air and water, Braniston reigns forever, and we love Joan Rivers’ old face. 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 “Twilight 3, Mark Wahlberg and George Clooney Catch Waves, and Bill Cosby is Dead

  1. The hajj has been severely limited this year due to covid so you aren’t wrong Chris.

    The Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie/Jennifer Aniston thing comes back in tabloids all the time because that’s when tabloids sold the most. It’s crazy that they are still milking that cow 20 years later

  2. Diane, I hate anime so I get real offended when people call Avatar anime. I get it’s a bit adjacent in the animation but it doesn’t suffer the tropes and paceing issues that I hate about anime.

    i was such a big fan of Craig Kilborn. His career trajectory is so odd. I saw that FOX show he had and was really rooting for him but man he fucked his career by leaving his spot after Letterman. I sort of hate that it also inadvertently brought us James Corden.

  3. Just want to comment that your major criticism of The Patriot was inaccurate, you commented that Mel Gibson’s character was a slave owner, leading to a problematic plot. However, there is a line from one of the black characters that they are “free men” working for him. I’m not a huge fan of the movie, but again, the main complaint doesn’t really work based on that.

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