Skip to comments.Awards Tour 2012: Razzie Awards Nominations
Posted on 02/28/2012 8:21:18 PM PST by Bullish
Every year, the Golden Raspberry Awards, better known simply as The Razzies, set out to (dis)honor the very worst in cinema. Leading the pack this year is Adam Sandler's cross-dressing comedy Jack & Jill with 14 nominations, making it just the fourth film in the 32-year history of the awards to receive more nominations than there are actual categories. For those of you interested in becoming voting members in the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation, you'll find all the information you'll need here. For the rest of you, see below for all of this year's undistinguished nominees!
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I often wondered in physics what will come first: A solution to the grand unified theory, or the solution to the mystery as to why Adam Sandler has a career in comedy.
Sandler picks some of the worst scripts to make movies out of. I mean for example, did you ever have the misfortune to see “Waterboy”?
I saw one or two of his and they were so awful I could barely get through 20 minutes before shutting it off. The same with those other SNL doofuses. How hard is it to do comedy anyway for crying out loud? Just copy the news, the stuff writes itself. Do a movie about Kenyan who becomes POTUS even though he has no idea what he is doing yet the stupid worship him.
That movie just keeps writing itself, ya' know? Let's hope that somehow it has a happy ending.... And soon!
I just wrote on another thread that I never found Sandler funny. From SNL days.
Then I heard he was making movies, and couldn’t believe it - who was/is watching out for him???!!
Now I hear he may be one of ‘us’ - a conservative - ?
Well, welcome, Adam, but yer not funny . . .
Mostly annoying - - -
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