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The 100






very year, the Academy Awards takes place. The creme-de-la-creme of Hollywood gathers together to pay homage to its finest talents. Well, you knew that it wouldn't take long before we decided to pay homage to the films we showcase on this site. That's right, folks... it's the "BM Night" Academy Awards.

1997's nominees cover a wide span of movies, with "Batman and Robin" becoming the first movie to be able to claim the title of being nominated for more BM Awards than any other picture.

March 22, 1998

The ballots have been counted, and the results are in! The awards are based upon the votes of the members of the Bad Movie Night Academy. Nominations were accepted from the general public. A separate poll of the general public was also taken, the results of that poll are noted where they differ from the vote of the BM Academy. The results are as follows...


For the category of the worst performance by a supporting actress, the nominees are:

  • Cameron Diaz, for "My Best Friend's Wedding"
  • Teri Hatcher, for "Tomorrow Never Dies"
  • Naoko Mori, for "Spice World"
  • Alicia Silverstone, for "Batman and Robin"
  • Joanne Whalley-Kilmer, for "The Man Who Knew Too Little"

The award goes to: Alicia Silverstone, for "Batman and Robin"
Honorable mention to Teri Hatcher, for "Tomorrow Never Dies", who took a close second.


For the category of the worst performance by a supporting actor, the nominees are:

  • Richard E. Grant, for "Spice World"
  • Wayne Knight, for "For Richer or Poorer"
  • Chris O'Donnell, for "Batman and Robin"
  • James Remar, for "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation"
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, for "Batman and Robin"

The award goes to: Arnold Schwarzenegger, for "Batman and Robin"


For the category of the worst performance by a leading actor, the nominees are:

  • Rowan Atkinson, for "Bean"
  • Kevin Costner, for "The Postman"
  • George Clooney, for "Batman and Robin"
  • Jason Patric, for "Speed 2: Cruise Control"
  • Joe Pesci, for "Gone Fishin'"

The award goes to: George Clooney, for "Batman and Robin"
Honorable mention to Joe Pesci, for "Gone Fishin'", who took a close second.


For the category of the worst performance by a leading actress, the nominees are:

  • Kirstie Alley, for "For Richer or Poorer"
  • Sandra Bullock, for "Speed 2: Cruise Control"
  • Demi Moore, for "G. I. Jane"
  • Julia Roberts, for "My Best Friend's Wedding"
  • The Spice Girls (yes, all of them), for "Spice World"

The award goes to: The Spice Girls, for "Spice World"
Honorable mention to Kirstie Alley, for "For Richer or Poorer" and to Sandra Bullock, for "Speed 2: Cruise Control", who both tied for a close second.


For the category of the worst music, the nominees are:

  • Cats Can't Dance
  • Hercules
  • Selena
  • Spice World

The award goes to: Selena and to Spice World
In the general poll, Spice World was the lone winner by a landslide.


For the category of the worst special effects, the nominees are:

  • Air Force One
  • Anaconda
  • An American Werewolf in Paris
  • Batman and Robin
  • Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

The award goes to: Anaconda
Honorable mention to An American Werewolf in Paris and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, which both tied for a close second.


For the category of the most boring movie, the nominees are:

  • Bean
  • The Man Who Knew Too Little
  • For Richer or Poorer
  • Speed 2: Cruise Control
  • Spice World

The award goes to: Bean
In the general poll, Speed 2: Cruise Control was the winner.


For the category of the most absurd plot, the nominees are:

  • Beverly Hills Ninja
  • Face Off
  • The Saint
  • Starship Troopers
  • Volcano

The award goes to: Face Off
Honorable mention to Beverly Hills Ninja, which scored a close second.
In the general poll, Beverly Hills Ninja was the winner.


For the category of worst dialogue in a motion picture, the nominees are:

  • Batman and Robin
  • Bean
  • Double Team
  • Spawn
  • Starship Troopers

The award goes to: Batman and Robin


For the category of the least intellectual movie, the nominees are:

  • Bean
  • Flubber
  • Gone Fishin'
  • Home Alone 3
  • Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

The award goes to: Home Alone 3
Honorable mention to Gone Fishin', which scored a close second.


For the category of the biggest disappointment, the nominees are:

  • Alien Ressurection
  • Batman and Robin
  • The Lost World
  • The Man Who Knew Too Little
  • Starship Troopers

The award goes to: The Lost World
Honorable mention to Batman and Robin, which scored a close second.


For the category of worst performance by an acclaimed actor, the nominees are:

  • Danny Glover, for "Gone Fishin'"
  • Demi Moore, for "G.I. Jane"
  • Leslie Nielsen, for "Mr. Magoo"
  • Robin Williams, for "Flubber"

The award goes to: Danny Glover, for "Gone Fishin'"


For the category of the biggest sell-out, the nominees are:

  • Danny Glover, for "Gone Fishin'"
  • Leslie Neilsen, for "Mr. Magoo"
  • Arnold Schwarznegger, for "Batman and Robin"
  • Jon Voight, for "Anaconda"
  • Robin Williams, for "Flubber"

The award goes to: Danny Glover, for "Gone Fishin'"
In the general poll, Arnold Schwarznegger, for "Batman and Robin" was the winner.


For the category of the WORST MOVIE OF 1997, the nominees are:

  • Batman and Robin
  • Bean
  • Gone Fishin'
  • Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
  • Spice World

The award goes to: Batman and Robin



We have also given a LIFETIME OF FAILURE AWARD to Pauly Shore, and would like to honor 1995's Showgirls as one of the worst movies of the past.



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