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COMPLETE LIST of ALL 2009 RELEASES 

 

January 1st thru December 31st:  613 Titles  

 

NOTES: To appear on this list, a film must have played at least a one-week / regular admission engagement in either Los Angeles or New York (Manhattan) commencing during Calendar year 2009, thus qualifying it for both Golden Raspberry® and Academy Award® consideration. 

 

Titles under discussion on this Forum as potential RAZZIE® Contenders appear with LYNX in RAZZberry PINK type. When you click on the LINK for any title under discussion, in addition to our Member's feedback, you will also find lynx to see the film's grosses at B.O. MoJo, read reviews at Rotten Tomatoes, check out promotional materials at the film's Official Site, and to find full cast and credits at the film's IMDb page...

 

KEY:

 

a = Animated

d = Documentary

f = Foreign Film

R = REMAKE / RIP-OFF

S = SEQUEL 

 

 

3 Idiots
9 / a  

$9.99 / a   

12 / f 

12 in a Box 

12 Rounds 

13-B / f

17 Again 

24 City / f   

35 Shots of Rum / f 

(500) Days of Summer 

2012

Absurdistan / f 

According to Greta 

Act of God / d 

Adam 

Adoration 

Adventureland 

Adventures of Power 

Afghan Star / d 

After Last Season 

Afterschool

Alien Trespass 

ALIENS IN THE ATTIC 

ALL ABOUT STEVE 

All the Best 

ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS, THE SQUEAK-QUEL /

The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela / f

AMELIA   

America Betrayed / d 

An American Affair  

American Casino / d 

American Cowslip 

American Swing / d 

American Violet   

Amreeka 

ANGELS & DEMONS / S

The Answer Man 

Antarctica / f 

Antichrist 

Anvil: The Story of Anvil / d

Araya / f 

Armored 

Art & Copy / d 

The Art of Being Straight

Assassination of a High School President 

As Seen Through These Eyes 

Astro Boy / a  R 

Avatar 

Away We Go 

The Baader-Meinhoff Complex 

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Ballerina 

Bandslam 

Bart Got a Room 

Battle for Terra / a 

The Beaches of Agnes / d 

A Beautiful Life

Beeswax 

Being Jewish in France / d 

Believe: The Eddir Izzard Story / d

The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) / f

Between Love & Goodbye

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt 

Big Fan 

The Big Gay Musical 

Big Man Japan 

Billu 

Black Dynamite 

Blessed Is the Match / d 

Blind Date 

The Blind Side 

Bliss / f   

Blood Equity / d 

Blood: The Last Vampire

Blue Tooth Virgin 

Bob Funk 

The Boondock Saints: All Saints Day 

The Box 

The Boys Are Back 

The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story / d 

Breaking Point 

The Bride & The Grooms 

BRIDE WARS

Brief Interviews with Hideous Men 

Bright Star 

Broken Embraces / f  

Broken Hill

Bronson 

Brothers 

Brothers at War / d 

The Brothers Bloom 

Bruno 

Burma VJ / d 

The Burning Plain 

Butterly Tattoo 

C ME DANCE   

The Cake Eaters 

The Canyon 

Capitalism: A Love Story / d

Carmen & Geoffrey / d 

Carriers 

Casi Divas / f  

Chandi Chowk to China / f

Chasing the Green 

Chelsea on the Rocks / d 

Cheri

Cherry Blossoms 

Chocolate / f 

Ciao 

Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant 

Cloud 9 

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 

Coco Before Channel / f 

Cold Souls 

Collapse / d   

The Collector 

The Color of Fame / f 

Confessions of an Ex-Doofus, Itchy-Footed Mutha 

Confessions of a Shopaholic 

Coraline / a 

Corked!   

The Country Teacher / f 

COUPLES RETREAT  

The Cove  

Coyote County Loser 

Crank: High Voltage / S

Crazy Heart 

Creating Karma 

Creation 

Crips and Bloods: Made in America / d 

The Cross: The Arthur Blessit Story / d

Crossing Over 

Crude / d 

Daddy Cool / f 

The Damned United

DANCE FLICK / R 

La Danse / d 

Dare 

Daytime Drinking / f 

Dead Snow / f 

The Death Factory Bloodletting 

Death in Love 

Death of a Ghost Hunter 

De Dana Dan 

Defamation / f 

Delhi 6 / f 

Departures / f   

Desboscatos / f 

Dev D

Devil Girl

Dhoondte Reh Jaoge / f 

DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE MORGANS? 

Died Young, Styaed Pretty / d 

Dil Bole Hadippa! / f 

Dim Sum Funeral 

Disgrace 

Disney's A CHRISTMAS CAROL / a, R

Disney's Earth / d 

District 9 

Dog Eat Dog 

Do Knot Disturb / f

Donkey Punch 

Downloading Nancy 

Drag Me to Hell 

DRAGONBALL EVOLUTION / R

Duplicity 

Earth Days / d 

Easy Virtue 

Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat  / S  

Echelon Conspiracy 

The Edge of Love 

An Education 

The Education of Charlie Banks 

Eleven Minutes 

Endgame 

The End of Poverty? / d 

The End of the Line / d 

The English Surgeon 

Enlighten Up! / d 

Empty Nest 

Endgame 

Enlighten Up! / d 

The Escapist 

Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone / a

Everlasting Moments 

Every Little Step / d 

Everybody's Fine / R  

Examined Life / d  

Explicit Ills 

Extract 

Fados / f 

The Fall (2009)

Fall Down Dead 

Fallen Idol: The Yuri Gagarin Conspiracy / d 

FAME / R

Fanboys 

Fantastic Mr. Fox / a 

FAST & FURIOUS (2009) / S

Fifty Dead Men Walking 

Fighting 

FINAL DESTINATION 3-D / S 

FIRED UP (aka F.U.)

Five Minutes of Heaven 

Fix

Flame & Citron / f 

Food Beware / d

Food, Inc. / d 

Forbidden Lie$

Four Seasons Lodge

THE FOURTH KIND 

Fragments 

Free Style 

FRIDAY THE 13TH  R / S

From Mexico with Love 

Fuel / d 

Funny People 

G-Force / a 

G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA  / R

Gamer 

The Garden / d 

Gentlemen Broncos 

Ghosted / f 

GHOSTS OF GIRLFRIENDS PAST / R  

Gigantic 

The Girl from Monaco

The Girlfriend Experience 

Give Me Your Hand / f 

Gogol Bordello Nonstop / d 

The Golden Boys

Gooby 

Good Hair / d 

Goodbye Solo 

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard 

Gotta Dance / d 

Grace (2009)  

The Great Buck Howard 

Guests of Cindy Sherman / d  

HALLOWEEN II / R  S   

The Hangover 

Hannah Free 

HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE / R

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / S

THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT  

The Headless Woman 

Heart of Stone

Herb & Dorothy 

He's Just Not That Into You 

Highwater / d 

Home / f   

Homecoming 

The Horse Boy 

The Horsemen 

HOTEL FOR DOGS

House of Numbers / d 

The House of the Devil 

How to Be a Serial Killer 

Humble Pie 

Humpday 

The Hurt Locker 

I Bring What I Love: Youssou N'Dour / f

If I Die Tonight / d 

I HATE VALENTINE'S DAY

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell 

I Love You, Beth Cooper 

I Love You, Man

Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs / a S

Il Divo / f 

The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus 

IMAGINE THAT 

In a Dream / d 

Incendiary 

The Informant! 

The Informers 

Inglourious Basterds 

Ink 

Inkheart 

In Search of Beethoven / d 

The International 

In the Loop 

The Invention of Lying 

Invictus 

Irene in Time 

Is Anybody There?  

I Sell the Dead 

It Might Get Loud 

It's Complicated 

Janky Promoters 

Jazz in the Diamond District 

JENNIFER'S BODY

Jerichow / f 

JONAS BROTHERS: THE 3-D CONCERT EXPERIENCE / d

Julia 

Julie & Julia 

Just Another Love Story

Kabei / f 

Kabel: Our Mother / f 

Kal Kissne Dekha / f 

Kambakkht Ishq / f

Kaminy / f 

Kassim "The Dream" / d 

Katyn / f  

Killing Kasztner 

Killshot 

KNOWING /  

Kurbaan / f 

La Boheme 

La Danse: Le Ballet de L'Opera de Paris / d

Laila's Birthday 

LAND OF THE LOST / R

Larger than Life in 3D: Dave Matthews Band, Ben Harper and Gogol Bordello

THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT / R 

The Last Station   

LAW ABIDING CITIZEN / R   

The Legend of God's Gun

Lemon Tree 

Leon Morin, Priest / f 

Life Is Hot in Cracktown 

Lifelines 

Life Partner / f 

The Lightkeepers 

The Limits of Control 

Lion's Den / f 

Little Ashes 

The Little Traitor 

Local Color 

The Lodger / R 

London Dreams / f 

London River / f   

Looking for Palladin 

Lord Save Us from Your Followers 

Loren Cass 

Lorna's Silence / f 

The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond 

Love Aaj Kal / f 

LOVE HAPPENS  

Love Hurts 

The Lovely Bones 

Love 'n' Dancing 

Luck / f 

Luck by Chance 

Lymelife 

Madea Goes to Jail 

The Maid / f 

Main Aurr Mrs. Khanna / f 

Mammoth 

Management 

Mancora / f 

The Marc Pease Experience

Me and Orson Welles 

Medicine for Melancholy 

The Men Who Stare at Goats 

The Merry Gentleman 

The Messenger 

Michael Jackson's This Is It / d 

The Misfortunates 

The Ministers 
MISS MARCH 

The Missing Person 

Monster Beach Party 

Monsters vs. Aliens / a 

Moon 

More Than a Game 

Moscow / Belgium 

Motherhood 

Must Read After My Death 

Mutant Chronicles 

My Bloody Valentine 3-D

My Fuhrer / f 

MY LIFE IN RUINS  

My One and Only 

My Sister's Keeper 

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? 

Mysteries of Pittsburgh 

Mystery Team 

Naked Ambition 

The Narrows 

NEW IN TOWN   

Newcastle 

The New Twenty 

New York 

New York, I Love You 

NEXT DAY AIR   

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian / S 

Nine / R

Ninja Assassin 

No Impact Man 

Not Easily Broken

Not Forgotten 

Not Quite Hollywood / d - f 

Notorious 

Nursery University / d 

The Objective 

Observe and Report 

OBSESSED 

Oceans of Pearls / f   

Of Time and the City / d  

Oh, My God! / d 

O'Horten / f 

OLD DOGS / R, S  

One Day, You'll Understand / f 

One Peace at a Time

Ong Bak 2 / f 

Opa! 

The Open Road

Orgies and the Meaning of Life 

ORPHAN 

The Other Man 

Our City of Dreams / d 

Outlander 

Outrage 

Owl and the Sparrow / f 

Paa / f

Pandorum 

Paper Heart 

Paraiso Travel / f 

Paranormal Activity 

Paris / f 

Paris '36 / f 

Passport to Love

Patrik, Age 1.5 / f   

Paul Blart, Mall Cop

Perestroika 

A Perfect Getaway 

The Perfect Sleep 

Peter and Vandy 

Phoebe in Wonderland 

PINK PANTHER 2    R / S

Pirate Radio 

Planet 51 / a 

Play the Game 

The Poker House

Polanski: Unauthorized / d

Police, Adjective / f   

Pontypool   

Ponyo / a, f

Post Grad 

Powder Blue 

Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire 

Pressure Cooker /d  

The Princess and the Frog / a 

The Private Lives of Pippa Lee 

The Proposal 

The Providence Effect 

Punctured Hope 

Public Enemies / R  

Push 

The Queen and I / f 

Quiet Chaos / f 

Race to Witch Mountain / R, S 

Red Cliff 

Reunion 

Revanche / f 

Ricky 

The River Within 

The Road 

Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead 

Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year / f 

Rolling 

Royal Kill 

Rudo y Cursi / f 

Sabor Tropical / f 

Sam's Lake 

Sandstorm / f 

SAW VIS 

Scott Walker - 30 Century Man / d 

The Secret of the Grain / f 

The Secrets 

The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry 

The September Issue / d 

Seraphine / f 

Serbis / f 

A Serious Man 

Serious Moonlight 

Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America   

Sex Positive / d 

Shall We Kiss? / f 

Sherlock Holmes / R

Sherman's Way 

Short Kut, the Con Is On / f 

SHORTS  

Shrink 

Shuttle 

Sikandar / f 

Silent Light / f 

Sin Nombre 

A Single Man 

The Skeptic 

Skills Like This 

Skin 

The Slammin' Salmon 

Sleep Dealer

The Soloist 

Somers Town 

The Song of Sparrows / f

SORORITY ROW / R  

Soul Power / d   

Spinning into Butter 

Splinterheads 

SPREAD / R    

Stan Helsing 

Star Trek / R, S

State of Play 

Staten Island 

Steam 

THE STEPFATHER / R  

Still Walking 

The Stoning of Soraya M.  

Storm 

Street Dreams

STREET FIGHTER: THE LEGEND of CHUN-LI / S

The Strip 

Sugar 

Summer Hours / f 

The Sun 

Sunshine Cleaning 

Super Capers 

Surrogates 

Surveillance 

Taken 

The Taking of Pelham 123 / R 

Taking Woodstock 

Tapped / d 

Taxidermia / f 

Tennessee 

Ten9Eight: Shoot for the Moon

Tera Mera Ki Rishta / f 

Terminator: Salvation /

Tetro 

Teza / f 

That Evening Sun 

That Game of Chess / f

The Third Wave / d

Thirst / f 

This Beautiful City 

This Is the Life / d 

Three Monkeys 

Throw Down Your Heart / d 

Tickling Leo 

The Time Traveler's Wife 

Tokyo!

Tokyo Sonata / f 

Tony Manero / f   

A Town Called Panic 

Toyo's Camera / d   

TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN / S

TRANSYLMANIA  /

Treeless Mountain / f 

Trucker 

Tru Loved 

Tulpan / f 

Turning Green 

TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON / S 

Two Lovers 

Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself 

Tyson / d 

THE UGLY TRUTH   

Unbeatable Harold 

THE UNBORN

Uncertainty 

Under Our Skin / d 

Under the Eightball / d 

UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS / S 

THE UNINVITED

An Unlikely Weapon: The Eddie Adams Story / d

Unmistaken Child / d 

Until the Light Takes Us / d 

Untitled 

Up / a 

Up in the Air 

Valentino: The Last Emperor / d 

The Vanished Empire 

The Vicious Kind 

Victory Day 

Village Barbershop

Virtual JFK: Viet Nam Had Kennedy Lived /d 

Visual Accoustics / d 

Waiting for Dublin 

Wake Up Sid / f  

Walt and El Grupo / d 

Wanted (2009) / f 

War Eagle, Arkansas 

Warning!!! Pedophile Released 

Watchmen 

The Way We Get By / d 

Weather Girl 

The Wedding Song / f  

We Live in Public 

West of Brooklyn 

Whatever Works 

What Goes Up 

What's Your Rashee? / f 

Where the Wild Things Are 

Whip It 

White on Rice 

WHITEOUT / R  

White Ribbon / f 

Who Does She Think She Is?

Wild Child 

William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe / d 

The Windmill Movie / d 

A Wink & a Smile / d 

Winter of Frozen Dreams

A Woman in Berlin / f   

Women in Trouble 

The Wonder of It All / d 

World's Greatest Dad 

X-Games 3-D: The Movie / d 

X-Men Origins: Wolverine /

Yaavarum Nalam / f 

YEAR ONE 

The Yes Men Fix the World 

Yesterday Was a Lie 

Yonkers Joe 

Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg! / d

You, the Living / f 

Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love / f

Young Victoria 

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Here's a look at some possible worst films of 2009, and why... 

12 Rounds
John Cena may be a good wrestler, but when he tried his hand at acting, it resulted in The Marine. Now, he's teamed up with hackmaker Renny Harlin for a ripoff of the psycho-playing-games-with-the-hero schtick.

2012
Roland Emmerick tries his hand at retelling the Mayan legend about the forthcoming end of the world. But, really, who cares? Especially after 10,000 B.C.

500 Days of Summer
What kind of name is that? How are there 500 days in summer? Not the best sell of what looks to be another cliched romantic comedy. That is, if Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel can pull it off.

The Accidental Husband, Bandslam, Dragonball: Evolution, The Maiden Heist, Tekken, They Came from Upstairs, Whiteout, and Wild Child
AKA, films that never had a chance, yet somehow got delayed more than I can count. We have: another PG-13 romantic comedy, a ripoff of High School Musical (even down to the casting of Vanessa Hudgens as the love interest), this year's Speed Racer, a tired heist comedy, a martial arts film with its roots in video games, a ripoff of E.T. (Ashley Tisdale plays Drew Barrymoore), a thriller that was supposed to have Reese Witherspoon, and Emma Robert's follow-up to Hotel for Dogs.

All About Steve and The Proposal
Skipping movies last year, Sandra Bullock returns with a double dose of PG-13 romantic comedies that no one will bother seeing.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel
Some name. This one's gonna have the Chipmunks' long-gestating rivals, the Chipettes. Oh, by the way, Miley Cyrus does the voice for one of them. Head for the hills!

Angels and Demons
Despite the critical lashing, The Da Vinci Code made a sh*tload of money enough to warrant a prequel. Yeah, right!

Armored
A film that should've gone straight to video, despite an ensemble cast (including Fred Ward, Jean Reno, Laurence Fishburne, Matt Dillon, and Milo Ventimiglia). The director's first name is Nimrod, by the way. 'Nuff said.

Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kittie Galore
8 years ago was when the first one was released, and featured voice of a pre-Spider-Man Tobey Maguire. Who asked for seconds?

Dance Flick
The spoof movies keep coming and coming. This time, it's from the Wayans Bros., and now they're spoofing coming-of-age dance films like Save the Last Dance and Step Up. Who knows, it might be good. But I'm not holding out much hope, considering the epic fail of Little Man.

Fame
Just more proof that Hollywood ran out of ideas years ago. Now they're remaking a film that's already spawned countless imitators.

Fast & Furious
It might be tempting, seeing that this film follows Paul Walker instead of Lucas Black. And he's got Vin Diesel with him too, back in the role that made him a star. But since Justin Lin directed the last miserable installment, expect more of the same.

Fighting
Good Lord, now they remade Never Back Down. Terrence Howard turned down to reprise his role as Rhodey for Iron Man II to do this? He should be ashamed of himself.

Final Destination: Death Trip 3D
I may reneg, because David R. Ellis made the more entertaining second installment. But after killing off Ali Larter's character, there doesn't seem to be much point to keep moving forward.

Fired Up and Miss March
Unless your name is Judd Apatow or Todd Phillips, you have no right to make an R-rated raunchfest. These films are an example.

Friday the 13th, Sorority Row, The Last House on the Left, The Stepfather
More horror remakes are coming our way. One is yet another retelling of a horror film legends, another has hot sorority chicks (and it's not called Black Christmas), another was a Wes Craven film a while back, and the next one has yet another Gossip Girl star trying his/her hand at thrillers.

G-Force
An interesting concept. But when it's directed by the guy who brought us Kangaroo Jack and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, consider it a possible failure. Tracy Morgan needs to do R-rated fare, not family comedies!

G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra
Early word of mouth said that the trailer indicated how bad this film might be. And Stephen Sommers never made anything since the abomination that was Van Helsing. Look for this and 500 Days of Summer to be Joseph Gordon-Levitt's least successful year.

The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Matthew McConaughey supposedly didn't learn from the mistakes of Fool's Gold. Now he's doing the romantic comedy schtick AGAIN. I can't wait to see this bomb.

Halloween 2
Wait, didn't Michael Myers literally die at the end of the last one? Or wasn't that rock to the head strong enough? Whatever the case may be, Rob Zombie didn't keep the promise to do sequels, and here we are. This should've gone to DVD after the last piece-of-sh*t installment.

Hannah Montana: The Movie and 17 Again
Looky here. Disney's herd of famous, no-talent idols of the J14 generation are back. This time, it's an adaptation of some piece-of-sh*t sitcom from the Disney Channel, and a rip-off of Big. By the way, check out YouTube and search in "Anti-Disney", and you'll see reasons why you shouldn't really waste your time with either film.

The Haunting in Connecticut
Lionsgate somehow hornswaggled Virginia Madsen with a cast of unknowns (including the guy who played The Flash in Smallville) to appear in their latest in their streak of dopey horror films.

He's Just Not That Into You
Fresh from the epic fail of License to Wed, Ken Kwapis plans to rip off Woody Allen's brand of romantic comedy with an ensemble cast (and it's not that bad, if you ask me).

Imagine That
Just when Norbit and Meet Dave wasn't enough, Eddie Murphy returns with another soon-to-be bomb.

Janky Promoters
Ice Cube and Mike Epps team up for the first time since 2002 to rekindle some of that Friday magic missing for all this time. Here, they're playing promoters looking to get Young Jeezy (played by Young Jeezy) to appear at a big show. Will it be funny? Or will Ice Cube have another First Sunday on his hands?

Jennifer's Body
It's got a good premise, and it has the team of Juno reuniting. But with the director of Aeon Flux behind it, perhaps the sight of Megan Fox almost nude won't be worth the bucks. How disgraceful.

The Last House on the Left
A classic from the Wes Craven library gets a facelift. This time, it has Monica Potter, returning to acting after five long years; and Sara Paxton, who probably should read scripts before taking these boneheaded projects.

Madea Goes to Jail
Much like anything High School Musical and Hannah Montana, Tyler Perry is a worldwide phenomenon that doesn't play to anyone else but a fanbase that consists of people who have no taste in real movies. Obviously, it'll be forgotten because it's protected by Christianity. But, in actuality, Perry's films are training videos for future atheists. I'm Christian, but the religion is being disgraced with weepy melodrama and heavy obviousness.

Next Day Air
Imagine if Pineapple Express was reimagined for the BET crowd.

New in Town
From the studio that unleashed My Best Friend's Girl comes the umpteenmillionth romantic comedy. Despite Renee Zellweggar's spirit, it isn't anything we've seen before.

New Moon
I suppose this is going to be the new Saw of our generation. More proof we need this "Disney Channel Original Movie for Emos" franchise out of our lives. Glowing vampires. That's all you need to know.

Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian
The first film, despite a modest box office, wasn't anything the crow about. I guess the producers and Shawn Levy thought differently.

Obsessed
This time, Beyonce tries a film that does not require her vocal cords. Too bad it's in a rip-off of Fatal Attraction. I thought this trend was over after swimfan.

Old Dogs
Imagine Role Models neutered down to Walt Disney levels.

A Perfect Getaway
Turistas set in Hawaii. That all you need to know?

The Pink Panther II
Really? After the critical failure of the first one, they made a second one? The good news? Kevin Kline was wise enough to turn down a chance to reprise his role of Inspector Dreyfuss. The bad? Now it's John Cleese. Once again, Peter Sellers is spinning in his grave.

Push
It's basically a rehash of Jumper. This time, it's Chris Evans as Hayden Christensen, Dakota Fanning as Kristin Stewart, Camilla Belle as Rachel Bilson, and Djimon Hounsou as Samuel L. Jackson.

Race to Witch Mountain
Back in 2007, The Rock tried his hand at crappy Disney family comedies with The Game Plan. Now he's doing it again, this time in a remake of a Disney classic. Will it be decent, or will Andy Fickman blow it like he did before?

Saw VI
Nothing more needs to be said.

Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
The posters didn't do much justice, the casting seems to be taking a hit (Chris Klein should stick to comedies), and its origins come from a video game, meaning a hacky director - Andrezj Bartkowiak - must be given the material.

The Ugly Truth
Katherine Hiegl hasn't learned anything after the epic fail of 27 Dresses. Now she's paired up with Gerard Butler, who had an epic fail with P.S. I Love You. It's a match-made in hell.

The Uninvited
Stop me if you heard this before. A PG-13 thriller based on a Korean film that features Z-level actresses (Arielle Kebbell, with her wig from Grudge 2) mixing it up with those above their level (David Strathairn and Elizabeth Banks), and it's from the people who brought you The Ring and Disturbia.
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12 Rounds
John Cena is a sloppy wrestler, and an even worse actor.

2012
This looks like "The Day After Tomorrow 2". Wake me when he makes something original and not SFX driven.

Dragonball: Evolution

America doesn't know how to adapt from anime, this will be no different.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel
When you have the word "sqeak" in your title, it's not a good thing.

Angels and Demons
No surprise this one is being made. I hope they are prepared for more Christian supporter backlash.

Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kittie Galore
Why? Why? Why? Why?

Dance Flick
At least this one is not by Seltzerberg, so it won't be all about pop culture references, poop and being hit in the nuts jokes.

Fame
Proof H-Wood has no soul.

Fast & Furious
Reboot we don't need and didn't asked for.

Fighting
Actually Terrence Howard was dropped from "Iron Man 2" behind his back because he was asking for too much money. Yeah, this is "Never Back Down, Part 2".

Final Destination: Death Trip 3D
This series needs to die already, like all its teenage characters.

Friday the 13th, Sorority Row, The Last House on the Left, The Stepfather
Hey, original horror movies suck, let's just remake older ones so they will suck, too.

G-Force
Should be animated.

G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra
See G-Force.

Halloween 2
See "Friday the 13th", etc.

Hannah Montana: The Movie and 17 Again
I already expect to see these on next year's voting ballots.

He's Just Not That Into You
If "The Women" proved one thing to us, it's that when a cast of this many big names comes together, everything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

Imagine That
Eddie Murphy going for his third year in a row of Razzie movies. Eddie, please, go back to your R-rated humor.

Madea Goes to Jail
Tyler Perry's movie of the year. Expect lots of soap opera drama and a message about how prayer will solve all of life's problems.

Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian
Another sequel no one asked for.

Obsessed
Beyonce can't act. She already has my vote for next year.

The Pink Panther II
Steve Martin, please, take a step back and look at what your career has become.

Push
"Jumper 2", with more diversity in superpowers.

Race to Witch Mountain
Now The Rock is one of Disney's recycled "talents"? What's next for him, a guest spot in "High School Musical 4"?

Saw VI
Please let this be the last one!

Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
As much as I like seeing Kristin Kreuk in something that is NOT "Smallville", I have the feeling this will either be a guilty pleasure, or be on par with "Dragonball".

The Ugly Truth
Katherine Hiegl, don't do romance comedies unless they are done by Judd Appatow. 

The Uninvited
Oh goodie, another Americanized Asian horror movie remake.

That is some list there!

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Your presumptions seem to be suggesting that choosing next year's Worst Picture nominees will be like finding a needle in a haystack (I know it's like that every year), but I would think it wise if you would just PULL BACK ON THE COMPLAINTS AND STOP MAKING IRRELEVENT PRESUMPTIONS!!!  In other words, save your complaints for when the films actually come out and you actually see them.  You guys are so uppity that the entire internet would call you a disgrace (your counterparts have already admitted they're a disgrace).

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I would think it wise if you would please STOP TELLING US WHAT WE CAN AND CANNOT DO ON OUR OWN FORUM!!! Thank you...  

PS: We're not jumping the gun and claiming these will all be Worst Picture contenders, we're just saying they all look to be movies of sub-par quality.

Originally posted by MiguelAntilsu

Your presumptions seem to be suggesting that choosing next year's Worst Picture nominees will be like finding a needle in a haystack (I know it's like that every year), but I would think it wise if you would just PULL BACK ON THE COMPLAINTS AND STOP MAKING IRRELEVENT PRESUMPTIONS!!!  In other words, save your complaints for when the films actually come out and you actually see them.  You guys are so uppity that the entire internet would call you a disgrace (your counterparts have already admitted they're a disgrace).

 

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Originally posted by Michaels


Dragonball: Evolution

America doesn't know how to adapt from anime, this will be no different.


What's worse is that Speed Racer was directed by the Wachowski Brothers. These guys were part of the legendary Matrix franchise. But, then again, even good directors have their off days (evidence A: David Bobkin for Fred Claus, and evidence B: Doug Liman for Jumper)


Dance Flick
At least this one is not by Seltzerberg, so it won't be all about pop culture references, poop and being hit in the nuts jokes.


Provided that the Wayans can recover from Little Man.


Fast & Furious
Reboot we don't need and didn't asked for.


Well, it's supposed to chronicle the events before Tokyo Drift. But at least it has the formula that made the first two have a modicum of charm. The other one was just to piss veiewers off (a mustache-twirling villain, the lesson that anyone who doesn't do what the main character does won't get laid - take that, Tyler Perry!).


Final Destination: Death Trip 3D
This series needs to die already, like all its teenage characters.


I hope this does good. David R. Ellis directed the supremely superior part two, even though he had to kill of Ali Larter's character.


Friday the 13th, Sorority Row, The Last House on the Left, The Stepfather

Hey, original horror movies suck, let's just remake older ones so they will suck, too.

For Friday the 13th, Marcus Nispel is once again providing a backstory to Jason Voorhees. They're claiming it's not to make him sympathetic, but if you've seen The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and everything that followed, you've seen them all. Meanwhile, TLHOTL is Monica Potter's return to the big screen, while Stepfather teams TV phenoms Penn Badgley (Gossip Girl) and Dylan Walsh (Nip/Tuck).



Halloween 2
See "Friday the 13th", etc.


As I said previously, in the last one, Michael Myers was killed after Laurie Strode bashed his brains in. From what Rob Zombie says: "the film will start directly after the end of his remake, but will be presented through the eyes of Laurie Strode." And Myers will return. So, I guess Zombie's going to do sequels after all. Didn't he see what happened to John Carpenter's work?


Hannah Montana: The Movie and 17 Again
I already expect to see these on next year's voting ballots.


If only it were so. Pre-teens just gobble that sh*t up like its ecstasy. Miley Cyrus and Zac Efron are so popular right now, if they got nominated, there would be an uprising of Club Libby Liu (if that's even still open) customers. I say, "Bring 'em on!" Hell, even reviewer Brian Orndorf was appalled at Raven-Symone and Andrew Caldwell's performances in College Road Trip and College, and some YouTubers made videos on how Walt Disney's good name is being trashed by the dopey uprising of tweens.


He's Just Not That Into You
If "The Women" proved one thing to us, it's that when a cast of this many big names comes together, everything that can go wrong, will go wrong.


You can say that again.


Madea Goes to Jail
Tyler Perry's movie of the year. Expect lots of soap opera drama and a message about how prayer will solve all of life's problems.


Yeah, why doesn't HeadRAZZ give forums for Perry's films. Heck, those sitcoms are unwatchable, but somehow got popular. Well, the reason is the fans that he has under his beck and call. And when we call his films out on the pieces of sh*t they are, automatically, we're racists. Unless Barack Obama is manipulated like Perry's fans, he'll hopefully do whatever it takes to get real urban entertainment back.


Obsessed
Beyonce can't act. She already has my vote for next year.


I actually thought she did good in the last Austin Powers film. Okay, it sucked, but she easily channelled the great blaxploitation heorines to good effect. This new film is her first non-singing role.


Race to Witch Mountain
Now The Rock is one of Disney's recycled "talents"? What's next for him, a guest spot in "High School Musical 4"?


Dude, watch what you say! You don't want to give them any ideas.


Saw VI
Please let this be the last one!


Don't get your hopes up!


The Uninvited
Oh goodie, another Americanized Asian horror movie remake.


Well, there is a bit of Disturbia where the kids try to tell their parents that the neighbor is a psycho, but doesn't believe them.

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There's also another movie called A Thousand Words, starring Eddie
Murphy and it's being directed by the same director of Norbit and Meet
Dave. Honestly, why is Hollywood allow Eddie Murphy to go downhill after
Dreamgirls?
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Originally posted by RoadDogXVIII

Hannah Montana: The Movie

Yeah, I'm sure when Walt Disney first opened his studio, he was thinking that one day, his company would be using his good name to produce creamy, rich, tar-like stool to full the "void" that was left behind by "Saved By The Bell." As for Tyler Perry, it's not about racism, it's just that I'm against him making the same movie over and over again with the exact same message to it. And is it just me, or does anyone else think it's retarded that he preaches about Catholicism while appearing on-screen in drag -- which is a big Catholic no-no...

 

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Originally posted by Michaels

Originally posted by RoadDogXVIII

Hannah Montana: The Movie

Yeah, I'm sure when Walt Disney first opened his studio, he was thinking that one day, his company would be using his good name to produce creamy, rich, tar-like stool to full the "void" that was left behind by "Saved By The Bell." As for Tyler Perry, it's not about racism, it's just that I'm against him making the same movie over and over again with the exact same message to it. And is it just me, or does anyone else think it's retarded that he preaches about Catholicism while appearing on-screen in drag -- which is a big Catholic no-no...

 



NOTE: If I fillibuster, I'm sorry. Just a precaution before I get any flame mail.

Hey, I'd like to bring up something interesting. We're not the only ones who feel indifferent to what has happened to Walt Disney's name. If you go to Google and search "Anti-Disney Channel", you'll find results that lead to sites that discuss what has happened to the company that - I sh*t you not - I grew up on.

However, I can't believe they beat up the same subjects over and over again: Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Hudgens. Sure, they're not much to brag about, but they are topped by Brenda Song, someone I've brought up before, but decide to reiterate on this forum. I feel bad for whoever had to watch The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, because it's not the lousy jokes or the type of characters they have (the stereotyping is absurdly dated), but Song likes to perform like she's overdosed on Red Bull, caffeinated beverages, and the most agonizing tween music/TV show/etc. ever known to man. I'm not a misogonyst, but man I wish I could "Sherlock Holmes" my way into that show and just pummel her to a bloody pulp. Even worse, the DC believes this character is the bee's knees, as does every other poor excuse of a tween girl, because she even has her own blog on their website.

But nothing surprises me more than finding out that Tyler Perry's films preach nothing but Catholicism, while Perry crossdressing as Madea is a big no-no. That's unbelieveable. The man gets away with everything, it's crazy. And if Barack Obama endorses his films like Oprah does (for his sake, he better have more things to concern himself with), then I've all but lost hope in this country.
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By the way, HEADRazz, New in Town is at a 00% at RottenTomatoes. Any chance we'll see that get a forum?
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One more thing: The Uninvited just recieved two reviews, and they're positive. Of course, it may be for moot, because they think it's inferior to the Korean version.
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There's something about next week's films that I'm concerned about in relation to you guys:

Are you sure you want to carry on with your attack on The Pink Panther 2?  Attacking a film with high anticipation would mean putting your respect in danger.  The LA Times is likely to post this after your awards show concludes (unless they get wind of your protest first).  He's Just Not That Into You and Push don't have as much anticipation and I agree with you on some points of those films (He's Just Not That Into You looks like a romantic comedy with a awkward twist and Push looks like a combination of Star Wars, Jumper, and Heroes), but attacking the highlight of the week next week would be like putting your respect on the line (The Movie Preview Critic did just that and lost his respect).  I'll give you till it comes out to think it over.

P.S. Let me know if you change your opinion after you actually see it (you usually can't get past your first impulse).

P.P.S. By the way Michaels, that statement wasn't an order, it was a suggestion.

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Look at the dopey TV spots, and tell me The Pink Panther 2 is going to meet up with anticipation. Really, there was a time when Steve Martin was funny, but then he bit off more than he could chew; he hasn't had a movie since the last Pink Panther film. Remember how bad that film was? And high anticipation for a film like this will undoubtedly mean a potential Razzie forum.


 

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He's Just Not That Into You... I've lost respect for Scarlet Johannson after growing one hell of an egotistical streak by selling a used tissue for charity. I mean, come on! And I think I could use a little less of Drew Barrymore (her explanation about one of her dates in the TV spots gave me douche chills).

Push... Chris Evans is five times better than Hayden Christensen, but Camilla Belle is bonafide eye candy, and Dakota Fanning isn't on my A-list.
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Originally posted by MiguelAntilsu

Are you sure you want to carry on with your attack on The Pink Panther 2?  Attacking a film with high anticipation would mean putting your respect in danger.  The LA Times is likely to post this after your awards show concludes (unless they get wind of your protest first).  Attacking the highlight of the week next week would be like putting your respect on the line (The Movie Preview Critic did just that and lost his respect).  I'll give you till it comes out to think it over.

Respect for the "Pink Panther 2"? WHO is respecting this movie? I'm sorry, but when I read your comments about movies and then watch a Movie Preview Critic video, between the two of you, I think the MPC knows a hell of a lot more about movies than you. It's not just how he talks about current movies, but how he talks about the history of movies, dating back all the way to the 20s and 30s and how they effected movies today, or how blockbusters of the 70s still effect the business now. Where is this anticipation for "PP2" coming from, fifth graders? What do you care if some bloggers lose "respect" for us? Weren't you the guy who joined this forum in the first place to discredit us? I've said it before and I'll say it again, Steve Martin WAS funny back in the 80s, but since then, all he does are remakes and sequels to remakes. And although they have a certain charm to them, they are not better than the originals. And if you're just writing this because you're afraid we might razz Martin, don't worry, chances are a worse movie will come along to steal his thunder and in the end, this movie will only get Worst Sequel, if anything.

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What I meant was if you attack The Pink Panther 2, the news is bound to get out to the public (via the LA Times or another paper that watches you) and people are gonna lose respect for you (the same thing happened to the Movie Preview Critic).  You guys have a complete disregard for the moviegoing community, no hope, no emotions, no moralities, no concept of emotion, no appreciation for cinematic achievement, and nothing to back up your consensus on some films.  Besides, if it makes a lot of money and few other bad films come around (I know some I'm dreading), it'll probably get snubbed.  The fact that Push looks like a combination of Star Wars, Jumper, and Heroes may make The Pink Panther 2 a little more worth seeing.

After your awards show, I will take a leave of absense and possibly leave you cautions and warnings of future films between that time and the time a true Razzie contender (something I'm almost certain will get nominated) comes around. 

RESPONSE from Head RAZZberry: I hardly think we'd be "risking" anything by RAZZing PINK PANTHER 2. I personally know of no one -- movie-goer OR movie critic -- who actually liked the first Steve Martin PANTHER film enough to hope for a sequel. And compared to Peter Sellers' classic portrayal of Clouseau, Martin's is pitifully limp and unimaginative. If you're sensing that I am going to choose PP2 as next week's Worst of the Weak, you're sensing correctly. 

Also, given that MiguelAntilsu started posting on this Forum with regular attacks on us, our taste in films and our integrity, I find it ironic in the extreme that he has now decided to "defend" us against attacks much like the berry ones he used to make against us...

 

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