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What is the “Best” year for the Razzie voters, but the worst year for moviegoers 2000 – 2012?

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  • awardskel
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    #63658

    Thoughts?

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    It’s a toughie, but my vote goes to 2007. Why? Because:

    Eddie Murphy x 2 + Adam Sandler + Lindsay Lohan + Nicolas Cage looking very, very tired = a type of torture that is strictly prohibited by the Geneva Convention

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    Trent
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    2010 was both an amazing and terrible year for films:

    Amazing: The Social Network, Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, Toy Story 3, The Town

    Terrible: The worst of all the Twilight movies, that attrocious live-action rendition of the incredible Avatar: The Last Airbender, Sex and the City 2, I’m pretty sure Valentine’s Day was 2010, and that Hilary Swank movie. 

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    dannyboy.
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    2000 is pretty tough to beat for me.. Four or five of the movies up there I was almost surprised are up there. Just because something isn’t Oscar worthy, doesn’t mean it isn’t entertaining.

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    babypook
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    Hmmm, I am noticing devolution from the 80’s.

    I detested the unintentionally hilarious Pearl Harbor, but really like Tom Green (as a person).
    Battlefield Earth is butchery of a great novel, but has Travolta with plastic snot hanging out of his nostrils.
    Swept Away, another example of butchery of the original, but I dont want to vote for any Star Wars film.
    And, I like The Happening, for what it is. Lol..

    The only years that have films listed above where, there isnt a single one I could stomach, are 2003 and 2006.
    I’ll go with 2006. I’d rather have sand in my undies than a full-fledged wedgie.

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