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  • Ken Bendor
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    Once again, Razzie guru John B. Wilson has overlooked many awful films and performances to push an agenda of his (this year, The Interview, because he’s a Kim Jong Un supporter, I guess)- this time crap like Amazing Spider-man 2, Men Women and Children, Ride Along, That Awkward Moment, And So It Goes, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Horrible Bosses 2, and the Hobbit finale were left off or underrepresented from the 2014 ballot…

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    Cheshire
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    #172150

    Let’s Be Cops needed to be more of a contender. What an awful piece of shit that was. The last Hobbit film should be up for worst Remake/Sequel/Prequel or what ever they call it not Noah.

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Blended wasn’t represented well enough where other than Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, didn’t get mentions for Worst Picture, Director, Screenplay and Screen Combo for Barrymore and Sandler.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #172152

    Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. What a mess.

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    Ken Bendor
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    Most Egregious Worst Picture Snubs (all of them MUCH worse than The Interview, unless you’re pro-Kim Jong-un)- 3 Days To Kill, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, And So It Goes, Annie, Blended, Exodus: Gods and Kings, The Expendables 3, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Horrible Bosses 2, Let’s Be Cops, Men Women and Children, Pompeii, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Tammy, Third Person, Winter’s Tale

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    Ken Bendor
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    Most Heinous Razzie Snubs for Worst Sense of Direction- Sean Anders (Horrible Bosses 2), Paul W. S. Anderson (Pompeii), Frank Coraci (Blended), Dinesh D’Souza & John Sullivan (America: Imagine the World Without Her), Ben Falcone (Tammy), Paul Haggis (Third Person), Will Gluck (Annie), Peter Jackson (Hobbit “Finale”), Akiva Goldsman (Winter’s Tale), McG (3 Days To Kill), Tyler Perry (Single Moms Club), Rob Reiner (And So It Goes), Jason Reitman (Men Women and Children), Ridley Scott (Exodus: All White People)

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    KyleBailey
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    God’s Not Dead. If you are going to go after an awful faith movie that’s the movie that should be getting your attention not the critically praised Noah. God’s Not Dead is not only and awful movie, it’s an offensive portrait of atheist as if they are all monsters on the prowl to end Christianity. As a Christian and a friend of atheists, that is not their goal in life. In fact I have never met an atheist that has scoffed at the idea of me being a Christian like the characters portrayed in this movie. I think God is offended his name is even attached to this spiteful ill intentioned movie. 

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    Most Heinous Razzie Snubs for Worst Sense of Direction- Sean Anders (Horrible Bosses 2), Paul W. S. Anderson (Pompeii), Frank Coraci (Blended), Dinesh D’Souza & John Sullivan (America: Imagine the World Without Her), Ben Falcone (Tammy), Paul Haggis (Third Person), Will Gluck (Annie), Peter Jackson (Hobbit “Finale”), Akiva Goldsman (Winter’s Tale), McG (3 Days To Kill), Tyler Perry (Single Moms Club), Rob Reiner (And So It Goes), Jason Reitman (Men Women and Children), Ridley Scott (Exodus: All White People)

     

    I dont have much objection to your mentions. Some of those films are hilarious, but not in a good way.

    Btw I really like 3 Days to Kill. Love that movie, and own it. Pompeii is hilarious, but has some great VX.

    I cant think of anything good to say about the other mentions.

     

    John Wilson doesnt “choose” these picks btw, although I have accused him of stacking the ballots, and of sheep-leading bias. He told me that, since there are SO many films etc to choose from, that they do often single out one film, pitch it, and then hope for the desired outcome.

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    Ken Bendor
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     John Wilson doesnt “choose” these picks btw, although I have accused him of stacking the ballots, and of sheep-leading bias. He told me that, since there are SO many films etc to choose from, that they do often single out one film, pitch it, and then hope for the desired outcome.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              That may be so, but there’s no excuse for having only 10-12 choices (at most) per category (esp. given what he charges for membership), particularly when he wastes one on The Interview for Worst Picture, and two from that movie for its Lead Actors (even more so considering they likely won’t even be nominated when all is said and done), when there are far worse acting perfs to choose from (coming by this weekend, BTW); talk about “Worst Ripoff”… 

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    babypook
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    [quote=”babypook”] John Wilson doesnt “choose” these picks btw, although I have accused him of stacking the ballots, and of sheep-leading bias. He told me that, since there are SO many films etc to choose from, that they do often single out one film, pitch it, and then hope for the desired outcome.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              That may be so, but there’s no excuse for having only 10-12 choices (at most) per category (esp. given what he charges for membership), particularly when he wastes one on The Interview for Worst Picture, and two from that movie for its Lead Actors (even more so considering they likely won’t even be nominated when all is said and done), when there are far worse acting perfs to choose from (coming by this weekend, BTW); talk about “Worst Ripoff”… [/quote]

     

    I’d write and tell him how I feel about this. It’s a process of elimination but it IS slanted (like most things).

     Have you ever used the “write-in” feature to select your own nominees/winners? Yes sometimes it can feel like you’re “wasting” your vote, but personally, I find that it feels really gooood…..

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    Ken Bendor
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    #172159

    Most Obvious Razzie Snubs for Worst Performance by a Leading Actor- Kevin Costner (3 Days to Kill/Draft Day), Colin Farrell (Winter’s Tale), Kit Harrington (Pompeii), Kevin Hart (Ride Along), Theo James (DIvergent), Joel Kinnaman (RoboCop), Sylvester Stallone (The Expendables 3), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Godzilla), Mark Wahlberg (Trans4mers/The Gambler)

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    Ken Bendor
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    Most Inexcusable Razzie Snubs for Worst Performance by a Leading Actress- Emily Browning (Pompeii), Jessica Brown Findlay (Winter’s Tale), Katie Holmes (Miss Manners), Diane Keaton (And So It Goes), Leslie Mann (The Other Woman), Michelle Monaghan (The Best of Me), Shailene Woodley (White Bird in a Blizzard)

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    Ken Bendor
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    Most Baffling Razzie Snubs for Worst Performance by a Supporting Actor- Dan Aykroyd (Get on Up/Tammy), Jai Courtney (Divergent/I, Frankenstein), Dane DeHaan (Sony-Man 2), Johnny Depp (Tusk), Jerry Ferrera (Think Like a Man Too), Jamie Foxx (Annie/Horrible Bosses 2/Sony-Man 2), Ryan Gage (The Hobbit: The Battle to Stretch an Idea Thin), Seth Green (The Identical), Rob Reiner (And So It Goes), Will Smith (Winter’s Tale), Kevin Sorbo (God’s Not Dead), Stanley Tucci (Trans4mers), John Tuturro (Exodus: All White People)

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    Ken Bendor
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    Most Puzzling Razzie Snubs for Worst Performance by a Supporting Actress- Essence Atkins (A Haunted House 2), Jennifer Garner (Man, Women, and Children), Amber Heard (3 Days to Kill), Katie Holmes (The Giver), Nicki Minaj (The Other Woman), Imogen Poots (Need For Speed/That Awkward Moment), Lea Thompson (Left Behind), Lin Shaye (Ouija), Naomi Watts (St. Vincent), Nicki Whelan (Left Behind)

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