Steven Seagal is Out for Justice, Bridget Jones Has a Diary, and Wes Craven’s Final Scream

April 9-15: David Spade has a mullet, Judy Davis stalks Hugh Grant, Paul Giamatti takes it to the mat, Rio takes kids to the favelas, Happy Endings has a happy beginning, Nancy Reagan isn’t so nice, and Josie and the Pussycats is too satirical for its teen audience. 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 “Steven Seagal is Out for Justice, Bridget Jones Has a Diary, and Wes Craven’s Final Scream

  1. Scream 4 was kind of my first experience with something I loved coming back? I’d caught the third one on TV at my grandparents’ and it was my first real connection with horror, picked the others up used when video stores started liquidating their VHS inventory… I just thought that ship had sailed long ago and all of a sudden it became a (minor) phenomenon again. Seemed like a huge deal, I’m pretty sure I got to buy all my friends’ tickets because I was the only one over 17. And ten years later they’re working on another sequel– you BET I’m gonna be there day one.

  2. Absolutely love Out for Justice. Easily Segal’s best performance as an actor, and his best movie. Just an outstanding collision course of a movie that plays like a super bloody, R-rated episode of Law & Order, complete with Jerry Orbach.

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