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#1 Posted on 12.2.02 0950.54
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Probably the most genius nomination is for GLITTER in "Worst Onscreen Couple."

WORST PICTURE:
DRIVEN (Franchise Pictures/Warner Bros.)
FREDDY GOT FINGERED (20th Century-Fox)
GLITTER (20th Century-Fox/Columbia Pictures)
PEARL HARBOR (Touchstone/Disney)
3000 MILES TO GRACELAND (Franchise/Warner Bros.)

WORST ACTOR:
Ben Affleck/PEARL HARBOR
Kevin Costner/3000 MILES TO GRACELAND
Tom Green/FREDDY GOT FINGERED
Keanu Reeves/HARDBALL and SWEET NOVEMBER
John Travolta/DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE and SWORDFISH

WORST ACTRESS:
Mariah Carey/GLITTER
Penelope Cruz/BLOW CAPTAIN CORELLI'S MANDOLIN and VANILLA SKY
Angelina Jolie/LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER and ORIGINAL SIN
Jennifer Lopez/ANGEL EYES and THE WEDDING PLANNER
Charlize Theron/SWEET NOVEMBER

WORST SCREEN COUPLE:
Ben Affleck & EITHER Kate Beckinsale or Josh Hartnett/PEARL HARBOR
Mariah Carey's Cleavage/GLITTER
Tom Green & Any Animal He Abuses/FREDDY GOT FINGERED
Burt Reynolds & Sylvester Stallone/DRIVEN
Kurt Russell & EITHER Kevin Costner or Courtney Cox/3000 MILES TO GRACELAND

WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
Max Beesley/GLITTER
Charlton Heston/CATS & DOGS, PLANET OF THE APES and TOWN & COUNTRY
Burt Reynolds/DRIVEN
Sylvester Stallone/DRIVEN
Rip Torn/FREDDY GOT FINGERED

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
Drew Barrymore (The Ex-Mrs. Tom Green) FREDDY GOT FINGERED
Courtney Cox/3000 MILES TO GRACELAND
Julie Haggerty/FREDDY GOT FINGERED
Goldie Hawn/TOWN & COUNTRY
Estella Warren/DRIVEN and PLANET OF THE APES

WORST REMAKE or SEQUEL:
CROCODILE DUNDEE in L.A. (Paramount)
JURASSIC PARK III (Universal)
PEARL HARBOR (Touchstone/Disney)
PLANET OF THE APES (20th Century-Fox)
SWEET NOVEMBER (Warner Bros.)

WORST DIRECTOR:
Michael Bay/PEARL HARBOR
Peter Chelsom (w/Warren Beatty) TOWN & COUNTRY
Tom Green/FREDDY GOT FINGERED
Vondie Curtis Hall/GLITTER
Renny Harlin/DRIVEN

WORST SCREENPLAY:
DRIVEN Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone, Story by Jan Skrentny & Neal Tabachnick
FREDDY GOT FINGERED Written by Tom Green & Derek Harvie
GLITTER Screenplay by Kate Lanier, Story by Cheryl L. West
PEARL HARBOR Written by Randall Wallace
3000 MILES TO GRACELAND Written by Richard Recco and Demian Lichtenstein

NOMINATIONS PER PICTURE:

FREDDY GOT FINGERED: 8 Worst Picture, Actor, Supporting Actor,

2xSupporting Actress, Screen Couple, Director and Screenplay

DRIVEN: 7 Picture, 2xSupporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Screen Couple, Director and Screenplay

GLITTER: 6 (Picture, Actress, Supporting Actor, Screen Couple, Director and Screenplay

PEARL HARBOR: 6 Picture, Actor, Screen Couple, Remake, Director, Screenplay

3000 MILES TO GRACELAND: 5 Picture, Actor, Supporting Actress, Screen Couple and Screenplay

PLANET OF THE APES: 3 Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor and Remake

SWEET NOVEMBER: 3 Actor, Actress and Remake

TOWN &  COUNTRY: 3 Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor and Director
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#2 Posted on 12.2.02 1008.21
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wow and i don't feel so bad for missing every single one of those movies over the last year...
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#3 Posted on 12.2.02 1008.21
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wow and i don't feel so bad for missing every single one of those movies over the last year...
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#4 Posted on 12.2.02 1218.29
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Was Pearl Harbor a remake? I think I also deftly avoided every movie on this list - though I won't lie to myself, as I know I'll see "Crocodile Dundee in LA" at some point. I mean, he's from Australia...but he's in LA! Ha ha, and things are different there, so he's going to react in a way that no one could expect! Even though he's been in America in the other movies.

I did see Ghosts of Mars. Excuse me, "John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars", that is. That was pretty bad, even by John Carpenter bad-is-good standards.
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#5 Posted on 12.2.02 1255.57
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Yes. Pearl Harbor was a remake of Armageddeon, just as that was a remake of Con Air and The Rock and blah blah blah.

I liked Hardball though. Freddie Prinze Jr should've been nominated for SUMMER CATCH instead.
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#6 Posted on 12.2.02 1544.43
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Pearl Harber for being so damn self important I want to get a lot of votes but Glitter absolutly showed what a no talent hack Maraih Carrey is and put a nail in her dieing career.

I do like the idea triple S had with Freddie Prinze is way worse the Keanu, Keanu gets picked on a lot he's not that bad.
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#7 Posted on 12.2.02 1641.55
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I did learn something interested the other day about hack director Michael Bay. He directed the first big Got Milk? Commercial, which was "Aaron Burr."

By the way, what were the Criterion people thinking by making a special edition of the Rock???

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#8 Posted on 12.2.02 1813.34
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I'm sensing a pattern in some of those nominations.
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#9 Posted on 13.2.02 0737.58
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Pearl Harbor might have been self-important and overblown, but I don't think it is no where near the WORST movie of the year.
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#10 Posted on 13.2.02 0954.54
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    Originally posted by odessasteps

    I did learn something interested the other day about hack director Michael Bay. He directed the first big Got Milk? Commercial, which was "Aaron Burr."

    By the way, what were the Criterion people thinking by making a special edition of the Rock???




Friday, on the History channel, after The History of Professional Wrestling right????
Pretty decent show, too bad my tape cut off before it ended, I enjoyed it.
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#11 Posted on 13.2.02 1320.46
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Okay, they really need to back off 3000 Miles to Graceland. That movie was GOLD! Everything Kevin Costner did in that movie was wonderful, and yeah while Courtney Cox sucked a lot, Kurt Russel wasn't all that bad either. While not a great film, it was definately fun to watch. If it wins any of those awards (besides the Worst Supporting Actress) I'm gonna be pissed.

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Rent it today!
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#12 Posted on 13.2.02 1715.13
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I LOVED Pearl Harbor.
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#13 Posted on 13.2.02 2330.49
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Why?

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#14 Posted on 14.2.02 0011.50
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Well, people come down on it for the love story aspect. But I think a movie of JUST a bomb scene would be pretty bad. So they made it into something the viewers could grab onto.

The story was ok, but I thought it was well thought out. The main scenes were amazingly well done, and it left me feeling very somber/proud, which is what I would assume was to be the point.
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#15 Posted on 14.2.02 0029.14
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I dunno, I just thought the whole love-triangle thing was just so crass. I mean, I go to see a three hour movie, and they set it around Pearl Harbor, and they just threw in this tacky bit of Soap-Opera (or wrestling) storyline. So instead of evoking emotions about Pearl Harbor, and Operation Doolittle, I just sat there thinking how much I hated the main characters.

-Jag

When they make a movie about 9/11 I'm sure the first one will be good (ala 'A Night to Remember), when they remake it forty years later I'm sure it will be horrible (Titanic).
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#16 Posted on 14.2.02 0029.14
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I dunno, I just thought the whole love-triangle thing was just so crass. I mean, I go to see a three hour movie, and they set it around Pearl Harbor, and they just threw in this tacky bit of Soap-Opera (or wrestling) storyline. So instead of evoking emotions about Pearl Harbor, and Operation Doolittle, I just sat there thinking how much I hated the main characters.

-Jag

When they make a movie about 9/11 I'm sure the first one will be good (ala 'A Night to Remember), when they remake it forty years later I'm sure it will be horrible (Titanic).
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#17 Posted on 14.2.02 0205.17
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I remember reading a quote that went something like this...

The first foreign attack on American soil and the entry of the United States into the second world war was not considered strong enough to carry the story. Instead they made a movie about Ben Afleck trying to get laid.

If you're thinking about watching Pearl Harbor may I suggest Tora! Tora! Tora! instead?

Oh, and Ghosts of Mars needs more nominations here. It was inconcievably bad. Not "Wing Commander" bad, but damn close.
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#18 Posted on 14.2.02 0205.17
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I remember reading a quote that went something like this...

The first foreign attack on American soil and the entry of the United States into the second world war was not considered strong enough to carry the story. Instead they made a movie about Ben Afleck trying to get laid.

If you're thinking about watching Pearl Harbor may I suggest Tora! Tora! Tora! instead?

Oh, and Ghosts of Mars needs more nominations here. It was inconcievably bad. Not "Wing Commander" bad, but damn close.
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#19 Posted on 15.2.02 0120.41
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He didn't try. He achieved!

But wasn't Sly Stallons the MAIN actor in Driven?
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#20 Posted on 19.2.02 1629.34
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Working at Blockbuster gets me all the free rentals i can handle so sadly i've seen all the worst picture nominations except Glitter. I was very happy to see Pearl Harbor on the list though. I've argued about how horrible I thought it was many times. I still think Driven is the worst movie on this list, but it's good to see that a whole lot of people hated Peral Harbor.
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