Robin Williams Wakes Up Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery Creates the Internet, and Bob’s Burgers is Served

Jan. 8-14: Sally Field won’t leave Iran, Bill Gates tries to kill Ryan Phillippe, Kevin Costner stops a nuclear war, Seth Rogan is a superhero, iTunes takes over, Donal Logue is grounded, you’re the man now dog, Dark Shadows returns again, Disney loves Lizzie, we love da Bears, and we head downstairs at Downton Abbey. 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 “Robin Williams Wakes Up Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery Creates the Internet, and Bob’s Burgers is Served

  1. I will SUPER go to bat for Incendies. I saw it the one and only time (to date) that I went to the Telluride Film Festival and was just blown away. It’s *dark*, which should be no surprise to fans of Denis Villeneuve, but utterly worth a watch. I’d go so far as to say it might be my favorite movie that I saw at the festival.

    PS As a brag, I got to briefly say hi to Villeneuve afterward to compliment the film, which is such a nice benefit of going to events like that

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