WORST PICTURE -The Bounty Hunter -The Last Airbender -Sex & The City 2 -Twilight Saga: Eclipse -Vampires Suck
WORST ACTOR -Jack Black (Gulliver's Travels) -Gerard Butler (The Bounty Hunter) -Ashton Kutcher (Killers; Valentine's Day) -Taylor Lautner (Twilight Saga: Eclipse; Valentine's Day) -Robert Pattinson (Remember Me; Twilight Saga: Eclipse)
WORST ACTRESS -Jennifer Aniston (The Bounty Hunter; The Switch) -Miley Cyrus (The Last Song) -The Four "Gal Pals": Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis & Cynthia Nixon (Sex & The City 2) -Megan Fox (Jonah Hex) -Kristen Stewart (Twilight Saga: Eclipse)
WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR -Billy Ray Cyrus (The Spy Next Door) -George Lopez (Marmaduke; The Spy Next Door; Valentine's Day) -Dev Patel (The Last Airbender) -Jackson Rathbone (The Last Airbender; Twilight Saga: Eclipse) -Rob Schneider (Grown Ups)
WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS -Jessica Alba (The Killer Inside Me; Little Fockers; Machete; Valentine’s Day) -Cher (Burlesque) -Liza Minnelli (Sex & The City 2) -Nicola Peltz (The Last Airbender) -Barbra Streisand (Little Fockers)
WORST EYE-GOUGING MIS-USE OF 3-D -Cats & Dogs #2: Revenge of Kitty Galore -Clash of the Titans -The Last Airbender -Nutcracker 3-D -Saw 3-D (a.k.a. Saw VII)
WORST SCREEN COUPLE/WORST SCREEN ENSEMBLE -Jennifer Aniston & Gerard Butler (The Bounty Hunter) -Josh Brolin's face & Megan Fox's accent (Jonah Hex) -The Entire Cast of The Last Airbender -The Entire Cast of Sex & The City 2 -The Entire Cast of Twilight Saga: Eclipse
WORST DIRECTOR -Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer (Vampires Suck) -Michael Patrick King (Sex & The City 2) -M. Night Shyamalan (The Last Airbender) -David Slade (Twilight Saga: Eclipse) -Sylvester Stallone (The Expendables)
WORST SCREENPLAY -The Last Airbender -Little Fockers -Sex & The City 2 -Twilight Saga: Eclipse -Vampires Suck
WORST PREQUEL, REMAKE, RIP-OFF, OR SEQUEL -Clash of the Titans -The Last Airbender -Sex & The City 2 -Twilight Saga: Eclipse -Vampires Suck
As is normally the case, I can't argue with too many of these. Although I'm shocked that Grown Ups only came out with one nomination. Hell, I'd argue that they're a worse ensemble cast than the Twilight crew, who at least seemed to be trying.
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Considering all of the hatred and criticism (and boy was there a ton of it) it got, I don't see how 'The Last Airbender' doesn't clean house at the awards ceremony. I haven't see a big-budgeted movie get ripped apart like this in such a long time.
The Razzies where we target the big boys, because if we bash the indy films that are much, much worse we would lose our street cred. As usual its about ten films that were either flops, chick flicks or made ok money.
Originally posted by lotjxAs usual its about ten films that were either flops, chick flicks or made ok money.
Twilight did a little more than ok $$-wise. Plus with indy films you often have inexperienced crews/actors with shoestring budgets. There's a greater likelihood of suck and understanding of said suckage. Plus it's no fun to go after a weak opponent- there's whole websites decided to how awful Walmart is but not 6 1/2 yr old Susie Pickerton's lemonade stand, even if her lemonade is kinda shitty and lukewarm. With Twilight/Sex/Clash (FYI, Twlight Sex Clash is a great name for a porno) they're done by well-paid professionals who are supposed to know what they're doing. We expect them to put together a competent product.
And as said, nobody has heard of them. Hence why Knuckleheads/Legendary didn't get any.
I watched Knuckleheads on Netflix Instant one night. It wasn't utter shit. It was by no means good, but it was passable for the 85 minutes or so it was on my TV. I laughed a couple of times while watching it, which is more than I can say for some other movies I've seen.
Give The Last Airbender every Razzie it's been nominated for, get a court order preventing M. Night Shylaman from ever getting anywhere near the movie-making process again, reboot the movie franchise, split each season into two parts, and give the director's chair to someone who fucking knows what they're doing.
EDIT: Oh, yes, and hunt down every copy of the movie and smash it with a sledgehammer, just like George Lucas wants to do to the Star Wars Holiday Special.
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I enjoyed it even though I thought it lacked the impact the RTD finale and even last year's finale. The Brigadier's death was a nice gesture on their part. I am not sure of the Doctor being hidden is a good idea.