The Number 23 (2007) (part 1 of 4)
So, at long last, it’s time to talk about the bad things that the movies did to me this past February. I’m talking about how I sat down and intentionally watched every single Razzie-nominated film from 2007, all in the space of a few weeks. I’ve finally recovered enough to share a little bit of what this traumatic experience was like.
Because there’s no way I can recap all 25 movies before it’s time to start handicapping next year’s nominees, I’m going to begin presenting a select handful of these films as Screencap Recaps: Basically, I’m going to present the movie to you entirely through screencaps and captions. I think this gives a pretty good idea of what the movie is like without having to go into trademark Agony Booth-style excruciating detail.
I’m starting with The Number 23 for no particular reason. It wasn’t even nominated for that many Razzies—just a Worst Actor nomination for Jim Carrey. And after watching all 25 Razzie-nominated films, I still think Joel Schumacher was robbed. He wasn’t even nominated for Worst Director.