2005 Poppies and Rosies Awards

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2005 Poppies And Rosies Awards

2005 POPPIES – WINNERS – Awarded by TC Kirkham

BEST PICTURE: KING KONG

BEST ACTOR: DANIEL RADCLIFFE, Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire

BEST ACTRESS: NAOMI WATTS, King Kong

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: MICHAEL ANGARANO, Lords Of Dogtown

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: TRACEY THOMS, Rent

BEST DIRECTOR: CATHERINE HARDWICK, Lords Of Dogtown

BEST ANIMATED PERFORMANCE: Gromit, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit

BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE: John Robinson, Victor Rasuk, Emile Hirsch, and Michael Angarano, Lords Of Dogtown

BEST NEWCOMER: Steven Strait, Sky High

MOST PLEASANT SURPRISE: SKY HIGH

BEST DOCUMENTARY: MARCH OF THE PENGUINS

MOST FUN AT A MOVIE: GODZILLA:FINAL WARS

MOST INFECTIOUS SPONTANIOUS LAUGH AT THE MOVIES THIS YEAR: WALLACE AND GROMIT: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT

BEST FUNNY CAMEO: Stacy Peralta and Tony Hawk, Lords of Dogtown

BEST SEMI-CAMEO: Lynda Carter, Sky High

BEST ONE LINER OF THE YEAR: “There’s only so much I can do for you. I’m NOT Wonder Woman, you know!”- Lynda Carter, Sky High

BEST FIGHT SCENE: The Cafeteria Battle, Sky High

BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE YEAR: First Descent

MOST DISTURBING DVD TREND: What happened to the booklets?

MOST ANNOYING MOVIE THEATRE TREND: “WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE A SURVEY?”

2005 ROSIES – WINNERS – Awarded by Kim Brown

Best Movie: “King Kong”

Best Director: Peter Jackson for “King Kong”

Best Actor: Stephen Chow as Sing for “Kung Fu Hustle”

Best Actress: Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow in “King Kong”

Best Supporting Actor: Michael Caine as Alfred in “Batman Begins”

Best Supporting Actress: Qui Yuen as Landlady in “Kung Fu Hustle”

Best Supporting Actor who looks better as woman than I do: Wilson Jermaine Heredia as Angel Dumontt Schunard in “Rent”

Best New Actor: Michael Angarano as Will Stronghold in “Sky High”

Best New Actress: Danielle Panabaker as Lyla in “Sky High”

Best Cameo: Tony Hawk as an astronaut in “Lords Of Dogtown”

Most Animated Animation: Yoda in “Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of the Sith”

Dumbest Idea For A Movie Version Of A TV Classic: The reworking of “Bewitched”. I was actually looking forward to seeing this until I heard how the story had been monkeyed with. I ended up passing.

Still Disney After All These Years: Kurt Russell as The Commander in “Sky High”

Most Adorable Cast: The penguins from “March Of The Penguins”

Creepiest Villain: Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldermort in “Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire”

Sexiest Hero: Batman/Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) in “Batman Begins”

Sexiest New Actor: Steven Strait as Warren Peace in “Sky High”

Most Annoying Trend Of The Year: Everybody comparing every single movie to the war in Iraq and their own feelings about President Bush, positive or negative. They’re just movies people, lighter the heck UP willya?!

The Capt. Jack Sparrow “What The F**k Did He Say?!” Award: Heath Ledger as Skip in “Lords Of Dogtown”

Most Improved Actor: Hayden Christensen, for transforming from a whiny Anakin Skywalker in “Attack of The Clones” to the Anakin that was willing to trade away his very soul to save the life of his beloved Padmé in “Revenge Of The Sith”.

Character I’d Most Like To Slug In The Face With A Sock Filled With Quarters: Carl Denham (Jack Black) in “King Kong”

Funniest Musical Number: “The Tango Maureen” from “Rent”

Best Costume: Batman from “Batman Begins”

Worst Costume: The cast from “Lords Of Dogtown” (What can I say – 70’s fashions *Shudder*)

Like I Needed More Reasons To Hate Cheerleaders: Malika and Khadijah as Penny from “Sky High”

The “Ewewewewew! Gross gross GROSS!” Scene (AKA The Scene That Made Me Scream Like A Little Girl): The giant bug scene in “King Kong” where about half the crew from the boat gets eaten.

Funniest Reaction From A Movie Audience: The collective groaning/jeers that rose up from the crowd at Boston’s Brattle Theater when ‘Zilla’ (the American Godzilla) made its appearance in “Godzilla: Final Wars”.

Most Heart-Breaking Scene: The death of the baby penguin and the grief of its mother in “March Of The Penguins”

Most Heart-Breaking Scenes: Watching the AIDS virus decimate and finally kill Angel in “Rent”

Most Amazing Sets: “Charlie And Chocolate Factory”

You Will Have To Watch This Over And Over, You Will Not Catch All The Jokes First Time ‘Round: “Wallace And Gromit: The Curse Of The Wererabbit”