The Oscars, the Golden Globes and those other movie awards are all well and good, but they're the same thing every year: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Motion Picture, etc., etc. Booooooring! We here at Moviefone thought we'd spice things up a bit, do something a little different just to give you movie lovers an awards program about which you can really be proud. And so this year we tapped Mr. Moviefone himself to distribute awards in categories that you'll most likely never EVER see at the Academy Awards. And you know what? Those other awards are weaker for it. And so we present the first annual Mr. Moviefone Awards.

But first, here's a special message from the one and only Mr. Moviefone ...

Here's what I've learned after reading some of your comments ... you guys are way better at this as I am. So add your very own award, and sometime in mid-February I will choose and then broadcast the top 10 on one of my TV or radio outlets. Probably the one I want to get fired from the most ... because I'm pretty sure it will happen. And of course we will broadcast it right here on Moviefone.com. So let 'er rip. We're not easily offended.

Scarlett Johansson in The Prestige

Actor Most Likely to Make You Want to Throw Crap at the Screen: Robin Williams in 'RV'

Actor Most in Danger of Becoming Overexposed: Hugh Jackman for starring in six films this year

Actress Most in Danger of Becoming Overexposed: Scarlett Johansson -- not so much because she's in too many movies; she's just likely to pop out of her dress

Best Actor/Actress Nobody Saw: Tie between Ryan Gosling and Shareeka Epps, both in 'Half Nelson'

The "Why Can't I Be Matt Damon" Award: Ben Affleck

James Franco and Sophia Myles in Tristan and Isolde

Lamest Couple: Tristan and Isolde in -- you guessed it -- 'Tristan and Isolde'

Actress Most Likely to Split Six Pitchers of Beer and a Bucket of Wings With You (and Look Sexy While Doing It): Elizabeth Banks in 'Invincible'

Funniest Performance in a Drama: Tie between Mark Wahlberg and Alec Baldwin, both in 'The Departed'

Most Vindicated Actor of the Year: Daniel Craig in 'Casino Royale'

The Most Humiliating Sequel (aka The "No Matter How Old I Get I'm Going to Act Like a 20-Year-Old Tramp" Award): Sharon Stone for 'Basic Instinct 2'

"Biggest Act of Hubris" Award: M. Night Shyamalan for casting himself as a writer whose work will change the world in the not-so-world-changing 'Lady in the Water'

Best Use of a Severed Body Part on Screen: Jack Nicholson using a corpse's hand for emphasis in 'The Departed'

Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat

Best Movie Line for Picking Up Chicks: "Very nice. How much?" -- Sacha Baron Cohen in 'Borat'

Movie That Should Have Required Guys to Trade Their Manhood Instead of Cash for Admission: 'The Holiday'

Most Over-Hyped Movie of the Year: 'Snakes on a Plane'

Best Movie Nobody Saw: 'Little Children'

Worst Movie Everybody Saw: 'X-Men: The Last Stand'

Funniest Movie of the Year: 'Borat'

Scariest Movie of the Year: 'An Inconvenient Truth'

Biggest Rip-Off of the Year: 'The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause'

The "Why on Earth Do They Still Let Them Make Movies" Award: Tie between Harrison Ford in 'Firewall' and The Wayans brothers for 'Little Man' (and every other movie they've ever made)

Movie Most Likely to Induce Vomiting: 'Jackass: Number Two'

The Most Porn-Like Movie Title of the Year: Tie between 'Stick It,' 'Little Man,' 'Glory Road,' 'She's the Man,' 'The Pink Panther' and 'Failure to Launch'



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