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We all know of the Golden Raspberries and the prestigious honor of being called terrible and the worst.
Now, we have the Soily Awards!
The Soily Awards not only highlight the worst of the worst of 2011's cinematic dump, but they also highlight the movies that thought were incredibly pretentious and pompous.
The Sollies were created by Movieline and will be given out on March 23rd. So who are the lucky nominees?!
CLICK the jump to check out the full list of nominees and the award description below!
The Soily for Worst Picture of 2011
The most appalling, misconceived and/or unpleasant-to-watch film of 2011. The more ambitious/pretentious, the better.
Conan the Barbarian
The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
The Soily for Achievement in Bad Directing
The director of the most appalling, misconceived and/or unpleasant-to-watch film of 2011 — or maybe just most appalling director? (NOTE: The award will be named after its inaugural winner.)
Michael Bay, Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Dennis Dugan, Jack and Jill
Clint Eastwood, J. Edgar
David Gordon Green, Your Highness and The Sitter
Zack Snyder, Sucker Punch
The Soily for Achievement in Bad Acting
A unisex award recognizing the worst and/or least inspired performance by any actor in any film in 2011.
Russell Brand, Arthur
Glenn Close, Albert Nobbs
Taylor Lautner, Abduction and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I
Alex Pettyfer, I Am Number Four and Beastly
Adam Sandler, Just Go With It and Jack and Jill
The Brown Paycheck Achievement in Bad Acting
A unisex award recognizing the most lopsided ratio of salary to quality.
The Shart Prize
A film that seemed like it might be bad but turned out much, much more aromatically awful than anyone could have imagined.
Atlas Shrugged: Part I
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star
The Shit-the-Bed Award
Arguably the most prestigious Soily, this honor goes to the movie that, despite its pedigree and everything it had going for it on paper, nevertheless resulted in a massive failure to move the cultural needle or achieve anything remotely resembling entertainment.
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
The Iron Lady