WATCH! Sandra Bullock Is The Worst Actress Of The Year!

Sun, March 7, 2010 10:37am EST by 2 Comments
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Sandra was dishonored last night for her forgettable performance in All About Steve.

Sandra Bullock has been getting so much praise for her Oscar-nominated performance in The Blind Side, it’s easy to forget that not all of her movies have been quite as stellar. But Sandra was reminded last night, as she appeared in person to accept the award for Worst Actress of the Year at the 2010 Razzie Awards in Hollywood for her role in the 2009 “comedy” All About Steve. “This is wonderful,” she told the crowd. “They said no one went to see this movie, but I know there are at least 700 members here.”

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Posted at 5:20 PM on March 7, 2010  

Did we see the same sort of hazing w/Halle Berry? Her victim role in Monster Ball was highly praised but her hero role in Catwoman…got razzied…hmmm…

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Posted at 2:25 PM on March 7, 2010  

I bought the DVD. I thought it was a great film. It was very witty. Bullock’s character was highly intellectual. She was so smart that most considered the character unrealistic or even freakish. Why is that? Is Hollywood culture opposed to intelligent women? There’s something wrong with a culture that profits on dummying down its better half and rejects it when it proves itself to be of real substance. What Hollywood wants to project is imagery that leaves it white male egos intact to perpetuate it’s pretentious superiority. This Razzie had nothing to do w/Bullocks acting or the quality of the script. It was political. It says brilliant women of substance need not apply.

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