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Kazaam Awards: Final Movie Poll [Updated]

In the extended entry is the poll to vote for the receipient of the fourth annual Kazaam Award for Worst Movie of the Year. Vote early, vote often and let's try to send a message to Hollywood to please stop ruining good comic books by turning them into crappy movies. [And please note these are not my personal picks - these films were nominated on a previous post. If I had my way, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen would have walked away with the award already] Update: CHANGE IN POLL - I've taken Jersey Girl out (it didn't have any votes, anyhow) and put Drama Queen in. Because I can.
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Comments

And just why does Jersey Girl deserve to be on that list? Because Kevin Smith abandoned his arrested-development frat boy fanbase? Meh.

No Bad Santa? Well, I haven't seen any of the films on the list and, therefore, will abstain. It was fun nominating films though.

The only movie on the list that I saw was Jersey Girl. It wasn't a great movie, but it was ok. It wasn't anywhere near bad enough to earn a "worst movie" title.

My selection is winning, deservedly. I would have voted for F911 if it was there.

Ahh, the sweet serenity of having given a miss to every one of 'em, and knowing I used those hours of my life, and the $30 bucks or so that would have been spent on tickets for all of them went to a good and useful purpose. Like pulling up the St. Augustines' grass in the back yard, painting the small bathroom, cleaning the raingutters...

Thanks Michele! Now I have something I can vote for! Confessions made me want to stab flaming barbecue skewers into my eyes.

Stuffed "Confessions" ballot moderately to make up for lost time.

Amen, Jersey Girl doesn't belong anywhere near a list of worst movies. Maybe American moviegoes collectively deserve a "worst audience" award for being too stupid to distinguish between this movie and Gigli.

The only other film on the list I've seen is Day After Tomorrow, and although its hardly brilliant, it was entertaining enough.

I'm abstaining.

Day After Tomorrow, without a doubt, sucked more eggs than any movie ever. Hey! I have an idea! Let's walk from Philly to NYC during an ice age! Cool! Let's go! I have this tiny little tent here, that's all we need.

Fortunately, I never made it to the theaters for any of these films. I voted for Alexander, solely because Oliver Stone pisses me off.

Well, that, and Colin Farrell's creepy eyebrows.

The Day after Tomorrow.....it makes you mad just thinking about it

You just wanna scream--"Wargs of New York!!?!? What the hell----?"

Color me unobservant. I just now noticed that part of the URL for that poll is "tedrallisahack".

For some reason that struck me funny. Can't think why.....

Oh, a plug for my candidate of choice: CATWOMAN CATWOMAN CATWOMAN. Please, give me a catharsis here so I won't have to go beat Halle Berry about the head and shoulders with her Monsters Ball oscar, 'k?

Put it this way: Garfield sucked, but at least they didn't try to make him suck in that sexXxy way. :-(

You have to watch out for the god damned troposphere and its stupid supercooled air....

Don't step in the super-cell!!