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Razzie Nominations Include Jennifer Aniston and ‘Twilight’

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Going along hand in hand with the best in film of the year are the biggest movie flops and worst acting nominations of the 31st Annual Razzie Awards.

Not all movies can hold up to the dramatic acting prowess of The Social Network or the suspenseful twists of the psychological thriller Black Swan, which are creating the most Oscar buzz this year, but the Razzies award those movies that seem to just come up short.

The Razzie Awards are unique in that they award the movies and performances we all wish we could unsee and get back the wasted hour and half of our life we just spent watching it. This year’s nominees includes both Jennifer Aniston’s latest box office flop The Bounty Hunter and the box office hit Twilight Saga: Eclipse (which is sure to be met with some fan outrage).

Check out the “worst in film” for 2010 and tell us if you agree on their picks!

Worst Picture
‘The Bounty Hunter’
‘The Last Airbender’
‘Sex and the City 2’
‘Twilight Saga: Eclipse’
‘Vampires Suck’

Worst Actor
Jack Black, ‘Gulliver’s Travels’
Gerard Butler, ‘The Bounty Hunter’
Ashton Kutcher, ‘Killers’ and ‘Valentine’s Day’
Taylor Lautner, ‘Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ and ‘Valentine’s Day’
Robert Pattinson, ‘Remember Me’ and ‘Twilight Saga: Eclipse’

Worst Actress
Jennifer Aniston, ‘The Bounty Hunter’ and ‘The Switch’
Miley Cyrus, ‘The Last Song’
The Four Gal Pals, ‘Sex and the City 2’
Megan Fox, ‘Jonah Hex’
Kristen Stewart, ‘Twilight Saga: Eclipse’

Worst Eye-Gouging Mis-Use of 3-D
‘Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore’
‘Clash of the Titans’
‘The Last Airbender’
‘Nutcracker 3-D’
‘Saw 3-D’

Worst Director
‘The Expendables,’ Sylvester Stallone
‘The Last Airbender,’ M. Night Shyamalan
‘Sex and the City 2,’ Michael Patrick King
‘Twilight Saga: Eclipse,’ David Slade
‘Vampires Suck,’ Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer

[Source: Pop Eater]


    I agree with the Aniston movies. i am a big fan of the Twilight
    books and the first two movies….but u are right the last one
    was very dull…just hope the next two are up to parr with
    the book….

  • RainbowRay

    Sandra won it last year for “All About Steve”; maybe Ms. Aniston will be fortunate enough to win it this year (take it with a grain of salt Ms. Aniston and enjoy it if you win!)

    I still yet to have yet to see “The Bounty” or “The Switch” (I know both were “bombs” at the box office; oh well, such is life I guess, better movies next time).

    I’m rooting for Jennifer to win because she is one of my favorite actresses; so “GOOD LUCK JENNIFER!”.

    I saw M. Night Shyamalan’s directed movie, “The Happening” which I thought was dreadful, so I wonder how “The Last Airbender” must be (Guess I haven’t missed much); I’ve been busy butt dialing (ha!)


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