2nd Annual Anti-Awards: Worst Movies of 2010
January 2, 2011 by 14 Comments
I've changed the categories from last year's awards to be Worst Picture, Biggest Let-Down, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Actor, Worst Actress and Worst Editing. These are probably my most questionable selections of the award season, so comment on what you think. Worst Editing Nominees: Sex and the City 2 Splice After.Life The Bounty Hunter Birdemic: Shock and Terror (seriously, look this movie up) BloodRayne 3: Warhammer Winner: Birdemic: Shock and Terror. Now, I'm excluding this from any other award category because I don't think its fair to the other movies in this awards list. The movie was, hands down, the worst movie of the year, and one of the worst movies ever. Worst Actress Nominees: Miley Cyrus - The Last Song Justin Bieber - Never Say Never Kristen Stewart - Remember Me Emily Blunt - The Wolfman Alice Eve - She's Out of My League Winner: Miley Cyrus - The Last Song. Now, I've seen some bad performances, but this one takes the cake. Be it the terribly annoying overdone accent that made me wanna kill myself in front of the TV that kids were watching, to the lines that just didn't fit her character, Miley Cyrus does something in acting she never thought she could: take a step backward. Worst Actor Nominees: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson - The Tooth Fairy Adrien Brody - Splice Jackie Chan - The Spy Next Door Benicio del Toro - The Wolfman Forrest Whitaker - Our Family Wedding Ned Arnel (A.K.A. Carlos Mencia) - Our Family Wedding Ashton Kutcher - Valentine's Day Sam Worthington - Clash of the Titans Winner: Benicio del Toro - The Wolfman. Possibly one of the most accomplished Hispanic actors ever, Benicio del Toro is a legend. In this movie, he drags himself down from the ladder he climbed up throughout his career, and tosses himself onto the ground, breaking his legs and forever keeping him from reaching the gold he once held... Oscar gold. Worst Screenplay Nominees: The Wolfman Splice The Tooth Fairy Our Family Wedding The Last Airbender The Spy Next Door The Bounty Hunter Clash of the Titans Cop Out The Last Exorcism Paranormal Activity 2 Winner: Clash of the Titans. The movie was simply terrible, and the writing didn't help at all. It solved problems without solving them and created new ones randomly, leaving them unsolved until the very end. And even then, they remained unsolved. Worst Director Nominees: Louis Leterrier - Clash of the Titans Vincenzo Natali - Splice Daniel Stamm - The Last Exorcism Garry Marshall - Valentine's Day Kevin Smith - Cop Out Tod Williams - Paranormal Activity 2 M. Night Shyamalan - The Last Airbender Winner: Tod Williams - Paranormal Activity 2. The reason is because the writing involved some scary sequences, but the way he directed the movie made it seem like he said "okay, now lets make this NOT scary to keep audiences in their seats." The movie was bad mainly because of a amateur director who's never heard of a camera angle. BTW, Paranormal Activity 3 is expected to come out in 2011. Do I smell this year's Razzie winner? Biggest Let-Down Nominees: Clash of the Titans Splice Paranormal Activity 2 Cop Out Alice in Wonderland The Last Airbender Skyline True Grit The Next Three Days Winner: The Last Airbender. This movie had a chance to be great, but it failed due to a flawed script, a flawed cast, and angles that left supreme boredom. Worst Picture Nominees: The Last Airbender Splice Paranormal Activity 2 Cop Out Clash of the Titans Leap Year Our Family Wedding The Tooth Fairy The Spy Next Door Valentine's Day The Wolfman Winner: Splice. Possibly the worst movie in years, excluding Birdemic, Splice is as boring as it is choppy, the direction, editing and writing, along with dreadful acting, combining to make a terrible end result that makes everyone in the audience pissed that they wasted $9.00 on THIS. How was my ranking? Voice your opinion in the comment section.