Author: Dr. Winston O'Boogie

Razzie "Winners" 2009, and a Thanks

“At this very moment, the official ‘winners’ of this year’s Golden Raspberry Awards, AKA ‘Razzies’ are being announced in Hollywood. If you’ve been following this site at all for the last couple of months, you know that the entire Agony Booth staff has come together to shed a little light on a few of the nominees and near-nominees, in a series of recaps called Razzie Contenders: 2009 Edition.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 6 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 5 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 4 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 3 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 2 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

Disaster Movie (2008) (part 1 of 6)

“Before Iron Man can… do whatever he was about to do, a cow lands on him. Because, you know, there was that one scene in Twister where a cow was flying around and… um, yeah. At this point, they might as well be making references to the Hoover Administration, ’23 skidoo’, or Spike Jones and His City Slickers for all this movie’s target audience would know.”

The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) (part 5 of 5)

“Occasionally while watching a bad film, it’s possible to pinpoint the precise moment when the screenwriter ran out of ideas. The Hottie & the Nottie makes this game ridiculously easy. Not that this writer’s ‘ideas’ were all that amusing in the first place, unless you consider ‘women with excess body hair’ the height of wit.”

The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) (part 4 of 5)

“Occasionally while watching a bad film, it’s possible to pinpoint the precise moment when the screenwriter ran out of ideas. The Hottie & the Nottie makes this game ridiculously easy. Not that this writer’s ‘ideas’ were all that amusing in the first place, unless you consider ‘women with excess body hair’ the height of wit.”

The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) (part 3 of 5)

“Occasionally while watching a bad film, it’s possible to pinpoint the precise moment when the screenwriter ran out of ideas. The Hottie & the Nottie makes this game ridiculously easy. Not that this writer’s ‘ideas’ were all that amusing in the first place, unless you consider ‘women with excess body hair’ the height of wit.”

The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) (part 2 of 5)

“Occasionally while watching a bad film, it’s possible to pinpoint the precise moment when the screenwriter ran out of ideas. The Hottie & the Nottie makes this game ridiculously easy. Not that this writer’s ‘ideas’ were all that amusing in the first place, unless you consider ‘women with excess body hair’ the height of wit.”

The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) (part 1 of 5)

“Occasionally while watching a bad film, it’s possible to pinpoint the precise moment when the screenwriter ran out of ideas. The Hottie & the Nottie makes this game ridiculously easy. Not that this writer’s ‘ideas’ were all that amusing in the first place, unless you consider ‘women with excess body hair’ the height of wit.”