When it comes to the big movie awards show like the Oscars and the Golden Globes, I could care less. Those movies don’t interest me and I can’t remember the last time I saw one of the nominees let alone winners.
Now when it comes to the Razzies, I am excited every year to see who gets nominated and who wins. Not only because I am a proud member, but also because I will watch the loser to see if it as bad as my fellow voters say it is.
Although I don’t know if I could sit through either 9-time nominee Zoolander 2 or 8-time nom Batman v Superman. Instead I will watch 3-time nominee Boo! A Madea Halloween. I actually want to see that. Unlike Blah Blah Land or Manchester by the see me cry a Sea.
Do you prefer the bad movies over the good ones or the Oscar worthy over the Razztastic ones?
To see who else got nominated for the 37th Annual Golden Raspberry, then click here!
Anna Kendrick, Adam DeVine and Aubrey Plaza did an interview with Vanity Fair for their movie Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and it was horrendous as their film looks. The only positive thing I can say about it is that Zac Efron was smart enough to not take part in it because there was nothing even remotely funny about it. I watched the whole thing hoping it would get better, but it only got worse. So if you were even thinking of spending any money on their disaster flick, now you know not to.
I don’t get Plaza’s appeal because she plays the same sh!tty character in every heinous movie and they all bomb. When will Hollywood say enough is enough. When it comes to Kedrick, she needs to stick with roles like Pitch Perfect because she can only play a nice girl. She might try to be a bad girl, but she doesn’t have the chops for it. When it comes to DeVine, I don’t even remember him being in Pitch Perfect, do you?
I know that interview was supposed to be a funny bit, but it just wasn’t funny in the least.
The first trailer is out for the next generation of The Griswolds and I don’t think we need Vacation. I love bad comedies but this one doesn’t even look funny. It looks so bad that the Razzies are going to have a field day with it.
While I will be taking a vacation from the movies on July 29th, will you be taking a vacation to this one?
The first trailer is out for Jem and the Holograms; and it looks more like Justin Bieber’s life story than our beloved childhood cartoon. Did anyone attached to this thing ever see Jem and the Holograms? It’s more like a movie you would see on broadcast television on Saturday afternoon than a big screen film. Is there anyway this movie can go straight to Netflix instead of ruining our childhood memories? Please!
BTW how did I not know that Molly Ringwald can’t act until this trailer?
Finally, when you stop crying and need something to put you in a better mood, here’s the original theme song. Hit play and let it bring you back to your happy place!
Yesterday was the Razzies, and Adam Sandler’s Jack & Jill won not one, not two, not three, but all of the awards at the show that honors the year’s worst movies. J&J is the first film in Razzie history to the sweep the show. Now even though I know it is the best at being the worst, why does it make me want to see it even more. In fact I would rather see Sandler and David Spade in drag than see the Oscar winning film The Artist. I think that says what I think I about Hollywood’s best movies.
Here is the list of all of the Golden Raspberries that Jack & Jill won/lost:
Jack and Jill
Adam Sandler in Jack and Jill and Just Go With It
Adam Sandler in Jack and Jill
Worst Supporting Actor
Al Pacino in Jack and Jill
Worst Supporting Actress
David Spade in Jack and Jill
Worst Screen Ensemble
The Cast of Jack and Jill
Dennis Dugan for Jack and Jill and Just Go With It
Worst Rip-Off, Remake, Or Sequel
Jack and Jill
Worst Screen Couple
Adam Sandler paired with Katie Homes, Al Pacino, or Himself in Jack and Jill
Steve Koren, Adam Sandler, and Ben Zook for Jack and Jill