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February has come and gone in the blink of an eye, and once again the month exhibited one of the most peculiar phenomena in the world – no, not a leap year, but cramming the the largest number of terrible movies into the shortest month possible. Peter Travers is, of course, on the case, breaking out his prized scum bucket to dispose of the worst of the worst, and for everyone's sake he's limited himself to just ten awful February films.
First into the scum bucket is Vampire Academy, which Travers »
Leonardo DiCaprio will get another shot at a best actor trophy, though this one will be in the shape of a golden bucket of popcorn: The actor is up for Best Male Performance at this year's MTV Movie Awards for his turn in Wolf of Wall Street. Of course, he'll have to go through Matthew McConaughey again, who's up for Dallas Buyers Club – the role he just won an Oscar for – though if DiCaprio plays his cards right he might pick up Best Shirtless Performance.
Tying Wolf for the most nods was American Hustle, »
(Cbr) "Movie 43" and "After Earth" were the big “winners” at the Razzies last night, with each film taking home three trophies from the awards ceremony that “honors” the worst movies of 2013. "Movie 43", which featured Hugh Jackman, Dennis Quaid, Kate Winslet, Seth MacFarlane, Chris Pratt, Emma Stone and many more big Hollywood stars in various short films being pitched to studios by a washed-up producer, took home the award for Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay and Worst Director — or directors, as the film had 13. "After Earth", the science fiction film directed by M. Night Shyamalan that starred Will and Jaden Smith, took home the awards for Worst Lead Actor, Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Screen Combo for the father-son duo. Tyler Perry won his eighth Razzie for Worst Actress for "A Madea Christmas", where he once again performed in drag, while Kim Kardashian took the Worst Supporting Actress statue for »
- JK Parkin, Comic Book Resources
Sunday night was Oscar night in Hollywood. Jared Leto took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Dallas Buyers Club while Lupita Nyong'o won Best Supporting Actress for 12 Years a Slave. Cate Blanchett won for Best Actress for Blue Jasmine and Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor for his role opposite Jared Leto in Dallas Buyers Club.
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Jennifer Lawrence may be contemplating a year off from the Hollywood scene but she couldn't leave us without staying true to her reputation as least graceful actress to receive an Oscar nomination. This will be the second year in a row that she's taken a tumble at the awards. Upon her glamorous arrival she stepped out of the car and tripped over an orange traffic cone. Oh JLaw, only you can make a tumble look so good.
Will and Jaden Smith may »
- Megan Rivera
With all the hoopla about the big Sunday night movie award show, many of you might not have gotten the list of the big winners from Saturday night’s big movie awards show. I’m talking about the 34th Annual Razzie Awards. They were started in 1980 by John Wilson to celebrate the movie year’s worst achievements. The hour-long ceremony was held this past Saturday evening down the street from the site of Sunday’s big show. Without further ado, here’s the nominees and winners for the 2013 film year:
Worst Remake, Rip-off, Or Sequel:
- Jim Batts
12 Years A Slave is your 2014 Best Picture according to the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts, and Sciences, but the real winner is Movie 43. The ensemble sketch comedy film starring everyone from Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet to Naomi Watts and Halle Berry was a commercial and critical disaster and pretty unfunny to boot. But, it can now enter the annals of movie history as one of the worst of all time. Movie 43 was up against stiff competition that also included After Earth, Grown Ups 2, »
- Alex Maidy
Awards season comes to a head tonight as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents the winners of the Academy Awards, and - as is traditional - yesterday saw the very worst of cinematic achievement celebrated with the 34th annual Golden Raspberry Awards.
While Adam Sandler dominated the nominations (as usual) with Grown Ups 2, the Razzie favourite went away empty handed for a change as the ensemble comedy Movie 43 and M. Night Shyamalan sci-fi After Earth picked up three gongs apiece, with Movie 43 claiming Worst Picture, Worst Director(s) and Worst Screenplay and Jaden Smith and Will Smith named Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Screen Combo.
Check out the full list of nominees here, with the "winners" highlighted in red....
Tyler Perry, »
- Gary Collinson
You know, the Oscars weren’t the only major awards to be handed out this past weekend! On Saturday, the 34th Annual Razzie Awards were announced in a ceremony at IgnitedSpaces in Hollywood. While the Academy Awards celebrate the very best that Hollywood has to offer, these make a point of highlighting the worst.
While many expected Grown Ups 2 to walk away with the majority of the prestigious Golden Raspberry statues, it was in fact the even worse Movie 43 which would end up the big winner (or should that be loser?) of the night.
Will Smith and his son Jaden would end up taking away prizes for both “Worst Actor” and “Worst Supporting Actor”, a sharp contrast to eight years ago when both were praised for their performances in The Pursuit of Happyness. Many of his fans still right believe that the older Smith has an Oscar in his future, »
- Josh Wilding
Air Force troops do drag show in Okinawa, ending the stigma of HIV inside the gay community, Will Smith a Razzie favorite
Alan Cumming has acquired a script from activist and my friend David Mixner and Rich Burns. Dunes of Overveen is the “true life story of Willem Arondeus and the bloody underground uprising of artists in Amsterdam during WWII against occupying Nazi forces.”
While Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has been gone for a few years, and we’ve seen weddings on bases and tearful homecomings, Lgb troops at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa recently performed in drag to support their new chapter of OutServe-sldn. “We didn’t think there was much of a desire for an event like this on the island but it has actually blown up. We ended up selling 400 tickets in 10 days.”
Jennifer Hudson says that she really got her start performing in gay bars. »
- Ed Kennedy
The award for 'Worst Picture' was won by 'Movie 43', starring Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry, while 'The Lone Ranger', starring Johnny Depp, won the award for the 'Worst Remake Sequel', the Mirror reported.
The Razzie Winners are:
Worst Picture - Movie 43
- Smith Cox
Movie 43 and After Earth were the big “winners” at this weekend’s Razzies, with both titles scooping three awards at the annual celebration of the year’s worst movies. Movie 43 was named Worst Picture, while also being recognised for Worst Screenplay and Worst Director, the latter being collectively awarded to its 13 helmers. Meanwhile, father and son duo Will and Jaden Smith also racked up three gongs for After Earth, as Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Actor and Worst Screen Combo respectively. The Lone Ranger was crowned Worst...
- George Wales
Kardashian is 2014's Worst Supporting Actress at the Golden Raspberry Award thanks to her turn in "Tyler Perry's Temptation." Not to kick her while she's down, but has Perry seen "Kuwk"? She can barely act as herself, let alone as someone else.
The Razzie Awards began in 1980 to honor the worst films of the year. The winners are announced the day before the Academy Awards.
Other 2014 winners included "Movie 43" (Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay), Jaden and Will Smith for "After Earth" (Worst Actor and Supporting Actor, respectively, Worst Screen Combo), Tyler Perry in drag (Worst Actress, for "A Madea Christmas") and "The Lone Ranger" (Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel). »
Will Smith was "honored" as Worst Supporting Actor for his role in the bomb sci-fi flick After Earth at the annual Razzie Awards, designed to celebrate the worst achievements in filmmaking. His co-conspirator, son Jaden Smith, did not escape recognition, winning Worst Actor in a Leading Role. Jaden and dad were also accorded Worst Screen Duo for the film which earned scorned from both critics and the public. Poppa Smith is generally immune to critical notices but After Earth was seen as a blatant, expensive attempt to build a career for his son. It lost mega bucks at the boxoffice. The sketch comedy Movie 43 also won numerous Razzies. For the complete list click here. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
An unfunny “comedy” full of cheap crudity and punches down at targets who don’t deserve it. For some movies there should be hazard pay. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing
I’m “biast” (con): hate this Jackass shit
(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)
I watched Bad Grandpa, the very idea of which nauseates me, only because it is nominated for an Oscar (for Best Hair and Makeup), and I was being obsessively completeist about the Oscars this year. As I’ve noted elsewhere, this is this first time ever that I’ve seen every nominee in every single category, and for that measure of professional pride, enduring this unfunny “comedy” full of cheap crudity and punches down at targets who don’t deserve it was worth it. But for some movies there should be hazard pay, and this is one of them. Jackass Johnny Knoxville »
- MaryAnn Johanson
Her are the best-worst actors and movies that won Razzies on Saturday night.
While some actors are accepting their Oscars this weekend, another group of stars earned the best-worst awards in Hollywood, a Razzie.
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The 34th Annual Razzie Awards were held on Saturday in Hollywood, and among the winners was Kim Kardashian, who won Worst Supporting Actress for her role Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor.
Meanwhile, the star-studded comedy Movie 43 earned a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screenplay and Worst Director, while Jaden Smith and his dad Will won for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actor for their sci-fi flop After Earth. The father-son co-stars also picked up a Razzie for Worst Screen Combo.
Here's the list of Razzie Winners:
Worst Picture: Movie 43
After Earth and Movie 43 might have earned the titles of "Worst" movies of the year . thanks to receiving "honors" at the Razzies on Saturday evening . but the big "story" (I.ll stop with the quotation marks, I promise) is the complete shutout of Adam Sandler.s atrocious Grown Ups 2 at the event. Wait, does that mean that Sandler.s sequel is actually good? Let.s not get carried away, though EW.com does note that Sandler.s sequel, directed by Dennis Dugan, avoided picking up any Razzies despite racking up the most nominations across the entire field. How does a film Dominate the nominations, then lay a goose egg on "wins?" Shoot, more quotation marks. It.s hard not to use them when talking about the Razzies! Anyway, the winners on the evening at the 34th annual Razzie Awards were: Worst Picture Movie 43 Worst Actor Jaden Smith »
The results are in, the envelopes have been opened, and the "winners" of the 34th Razzie Awards have been unveiled in ceremonies held at Hollywood's coolest new venue - just down the street from Sunday night's Oscars - IgnitedSpaces. The hour long show handed out at least one statuette to four of the five Worst Picture nominees, but Adam Sandler and his unfunny follow up Grown Ups 2 went home empty-handed.
Taking three of the top awards was the star-studded, snicker-free sketch comedy Movie 43, which "won" for Worst Screenplay (written by at least 19 people), Worst Director ("credited" to 13 people), and Worst Picture. Tying with 43, and also "winning" 3 gold spray-painted trophies, was the Will Smith and Jaden Smith sci-fi fiasco After Earth. Dad Will Smith took Worst Supporting Actor, son Jaden Smith was named Worst Lead Actor, and the combination of father & son, described in the ceremony as being "stranded »
As the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gears up to reward 2013's worthiest films at tonight's Oscars, the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation took a moment on Saturday night to recognize film achievement on the other end of the spectrum at the 34th Annual Razzie Awards.
The sketch comedy anthology Movie 43 was the big "winner" last night, garnering the Razzie for worst picture of 2013. Additional prizes were spread generously among the film's creators, with its 13 directors sharing the worst director prize and 19 writers earning worst screenplay.
The 12 Greatest »
While this weekend's biggest awards show is obviously the Oscars, there's another award ceremony that is often just as contentious (and usually way more fun): the Razzies, which have "honored," for the past 34 years, the very worst cinema has to offer. Amazingly, Adam Sandler's "Grown Ups 2" didn't take home the top prize. Instead, that honor went to "Movie 43," a movie that was a collection of astoundingly unfunny sketches featuring some surprisingly huge ...
By Drew Taylor »
As we celebrate the top achievements in film this time of year, it's also tradition to bestow some awards to the worst. The 34th Annual Razzie Awards, presented by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation, recognized some of this year's worst films, the night before the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Movie 43 was voted by the nearly 800 foundation members and garnered the "top honor" for Worst Picture. The comedy flick stars stars Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, Gerard Butler, Anna Faris and Kate Winslet, to name a few. Movie 43 also nabbed Worst Screenplay and Worst Director. Kim Kardashian received Worst Supporting Actress for her role as a no-nonsense, sassy fashionista in Temptation: »
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