Tim Burton’s Best Movie, Winona Ryder is Everywhere, and Disney Turns Failures into Less Than Failures

Dec. 11-17: Mel Brooks is a talking toilet, Cher is a cool mom, Mark Wahlberg punches cahs in Hahvad Yad, the 2000 election is finally over, Natalie Portman is dancing like crazy, Ashton Kutcher can’t find his car, David Spade is a llama, fake Jeff Bridges is derezzed, Mel Gibson thinks he knows what women want, an absolutely Christmas classic, and great things come in bears. 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 “Tim Burton’s Best Movie, Winona Ryder is Everywhere, and Disney Turns Failures into Less Than Failures

  1. I watched Edward Scissorhands a week ago, and discovered that my DVD is the 10th anniversary edition. It’s hard to believe that DVDs were around only 10 years after Edward Scissorhands came out, and that DVDs have been around for more than 20 years already!

  2. I watched Tron Legacy recently, thought that Clue looking weird…made sense in canon. Like he was created with older tech so he could only look so good.

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