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#1 of 73 Jon D

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Posted August 21 2003 - 05:55 AM

Since this has become the year of the bad movie, I thought it would be fun to hold an amateur version of the Raspberry awards, the industry's leading support group for mediocrity. Anybody who has an idea can feel free to submit a nomination. Anything's eligible, from acting to writing to directing to costumes, etc....

BTW, try not to argue over the merits of the nominations. This is all in good fun.

I'll start off

Worst trend of 2003: Ben Affleck in anything other than a Kevin Smith movie.
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#2 of 73 Chris Atkins

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Posted August 21 2003 - 06:05 AM

Biggest Difference between Hype and Actual Film: THE MATRIX RELOADED

I think this would be true even if the film had been a universally acknowledged success...Posted Image

#3 of 73 Joshua_Y

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Posted August 21 2003 - 07:25 AM

Worst Movie: Chicago!

Yuck!

#4 of 73 TheBat

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Posted August 21 2003 - 07:38 AM

worse movie: T3
worse director: jonathan mostow
worse score: T3 composer

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#5 of 73 Nick Sievers

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Posted August 21 2003 - 08:33 AM

Chicago was last year, and it was an excellent film. Posted Image If Chicago merits a Razzie, you need to see more films. Look what this year has to offer:- Dreamcatcher, From Justin to Kelly, Boat Trip, The Real Cancun, Bringing Down the House and Daredevil.

As for the real Razzies, you just know Gigli is going to mop up all the competition next year (maybe From Justin to Kelly will share a few). It has become so obvious it isn't even funny anymore, who am I kidding? Yes it is.
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#6 of 73 Matthew_Millheiser

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Posted August 21 2003 - 08:54 AM

Chicago... worst movie?

But I liked it! It wasn't course and rough and irritating... it was soft and smooth! Posted Image

Seriously, it's pretty much all wrapped up that Gigli is gonna chomp the cake, so why bother? Unless Cannon Films starts making films again.

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#7 of 73 Bill J

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Posted August 21 2003 - 09:47 AM

Radio hasn't been released yet...

#8 of 73 Ryan FB

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:09 AM

I'll stick to my guns and nominate The Life of David Gale, in almost all categories you can come up with (including "biggest waste of Kevin Spacey's ability"). I've seen some bad movies (almost 1/3 of the movies on the imdb bottom 100), and this one was bad. On the other hand, it could also go for unintentional comedy of the year. This is one of those movies that I would love to see MST3K do.

#9 of 73 Joshua_Y

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:17 AM

I dont care if Chicago came out last year...it deserves to win Worst Film this year..and next year...and next year...and so on...and jeez...I thought we were able to express opinions here Nick... Posted Image

#10 of 73 Nick Sievers

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:30 AM

Of course you can express your opinions, who am I to tell you otherwise? Posted Image I was just saying that I thought Chicago was a really good flick.

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#11 of 73 Dennis Castro

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:30 AM

Hello. New to this place.

The worst film I've seen this year is a tie between Boat Trip and Tomb Raider, especially Tomb Raider. I can't believe the praise this film got, especially from Ebert. Tomb Raider was simply horrid.
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#12 of 73 Michael Reuben

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:45 AM

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Within limits. What you're doing is called thread-crapping. Knock it off, please.

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#13 of 73 David Baranyi

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Posted August 21 2003 - 11:56 AM

My nominations

Worst Movie: Gigli
Worst Actor: Ben Affleck
Worst Actress: Jennifer Lopez
Worst Sequel: American Blonde: Red, White, and Blonde,

#14 of 73 JasonB

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Posted August 21 2003 - 12:15 PM

I think something like Gigli or the Justin to Kelly one will win but since I haven't seen them I'll happily nominate:

Most unfunny comedy of the year: Head of State

#15 of 73 Steve_Tk

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Posted August 21 2003 - 01:33 PM

I wouldn't be surprised if Dreamcatcher made it in there somewhere. That's the worst I've seen.

#16 of 73 Rob Bartlett

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Posted August 21 2003 - 02:46 PM

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Since this has become the year of the bad movie,

As it is every year...
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#17 of 73 Chris

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Posted August 21 2003 - 03:06 PM

Dreamcatcher would be one.. but The Real Cancun.. damn, who needed this film?
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#18 of 73 Michael Reuben

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Posted August 21 2003 - 03:57 PM

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As it is every year...

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Yes, every year someone proclaims it a "bad" year (or "the worst") for movies. It's almost never true. This year has seen some great films, but people who limit themselves to the multiplex would never know it.

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#19 of 73 Andrew S-

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Posted August 21 2003 - 04:17 PM

this was clearly the year of the sequals. good and bad. the good were great. the bad were REALLY bad.

#20 of 73 Bill J

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Posted August 21 2003 - 04:44 PM

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This year has seen some great films, but people who limit themselves to the multiplex would never know it.
Unfortunately some of us are forced to do that. Posted Image


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