The 2012 FMR MAJOR Awards: The Worst Supporting Actress Winner

Worst Supporting Actress Winner

Here we go everyone. Thw “Worst” portion of the MAJOR Awards rolls on with Worst Supporting Actress. These are the ladies that really brought down their pictures, in spite of limited time onscreen!

The nominees are: Jessica Biel, “Total Recall”, Chelsea Handler, “This Means War”, Dolly Parton, “Joyful Noise”, Rihanna, “Battleship”, Sigourney Weaver, “The Cold Light of Day”.

Worst Supporting Actress

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The 2012 FMR MAJOR Awards: The Worst Supporting Actress Nominees

Worst Supporting Actress Nominees

Boys and girls, it is my profound disappointment to present you with the Worst Supporting Actress Nominees for 2012. These were the ladies that weren’t the leads in their films, but they made you say “Egads!” anyways. The Worst Supporting Actresses of 2012.

Click through to see the offenders!

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Joyful Noise

“Joyful Noise” is a full length film version of an episode of “American Idol”, except with gospel choral groups as opposed to individual acts.

Starring Dolly Parton, Queen Latifah, Keke Palmer and Jeremy Jordan, the movie revolves around a competitive church choir that needs to spice up their act in order to get over the top in their annual competition. In truth its an excuse to string together full length music videos, as the surrounding film is wholesome and sanitized to the point of almost being unwatchable.

It’s almost as if they expect that the audience will think something is great just because they include a lot of music.

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Now Showing on Cable: “Gnomeo and Juliet”

Premiering this weekend on Starz was this year’s animated offering, “Gnomeo & Juliet”, featuring the voices of Emily Blunt and James McAvoy.

Two neighboring yards, the Montague’s and the Capulet’s are both littered with Garden Gnomes. The small figurines come to life when no humans are present, and spar with each other over and around the fence which separates the two lawns. The Redbricks and Blueberries are sworn enemies, but Gnomeo, a blue, and Juliet, a red, meet and fall head over heels for each other.

Which leads the movie to explore the time honored question…

“What’s in a Gnome?”

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Chick Flick City: “Steel Magnolias”

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Welcome to the inaugural post in my new series, “Chick Flick City”, where I address deficiencies in my movie watching filmography based on recommendations from the readers.

Up first? “Steel Magnolias”, a movie set in a beauty parlor and starring six, count ‘em six different women.

OhmygodwhatamIdoing?

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