Movies Have a Problem Child, Too Much Eddie Murphy, and Steve Carrell is a Schmuck

July 24-30: Marlon Brando parodies himself, Harrison Ford is presumed innocent, E! hits the air, Baby Blues, cats and dogs living together, Zac Efron has a dead brother, Annette Bening and Julianne Moore are good moms, the Klumps take over, Steve Buscemi goes to prison, Swamp Thing is made on the cheap, TV’s favorite high-functioning sociopath, and the ADA does not mean you don’t have to wear a mask. 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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2 thoughts on “Movies Have a Problem Child, Too Much Eddie Murphy, and Steve Carrell is a Schmuck

  1. Fun fact! The USS Indianapolis is the reason why we have to learn how to swim in the navy. Sailors weren’t actually required to learn how to swim. If you fell overboard, they’d try to save you of course but you aren’t always able to be found even if you do know how to swim. Now there is more procedure around such events so that such a loss of life won’t happen again.

    I saw the original french movie “Dinner for Schmucks” is based on and very much enjoyed that and recommend it. I didn’t bother watching the remake.

  2. NSYNC – it’s gonna be me. I remember watching the music video for hours in be Summer of 2000, trying to learn that dance to impress girls (as a Black man-let that sink it. Spoiler: it works and continues to when that song comes on!)

    Dennis Miller – I remember my freshman year at The Ohio State University in 2002, where we all got free tickets to see him during our Welcome Week at our basketball arena. I don’t remember anything about him but I don’t think that he was a bit.

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