Voting has come to an end for the Movies Without Pity Awards and the results are in. The month-long awards season promotion from the folks over at TelevisionWithoutPity.com found that fans are still in love with the Avengers, still bitter about Prometheus and have Ben Affleck's back.
While The Avengers earned only one Oscar nomination for best visual effects, Marvel's superhero team flexed their muscle winning eight categories including Best Movie of the Year, Best Blockbuster and Best Ensemble Cast.
Fans also showed love for Ben Affleck and his Oscar-nominated drama Argo. The film took Best Drama, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Most Welcome Appearance by a Former Friday Night Lights Star (Kyle Chandler).
On the flip side of the movie-verse, fans slapped Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 with the Worst Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie, Movie You're Most Ashamed You Paid to See, Worst Supporting Actress (Kristen Stewart) and Least Intimidating Villain "honors" while Prometheus claimed Biggest Missed Opportunity and Least Satisfying Ending.
You can find the full results list over at TelevisionWithoutPity.com, but here are a few highlights of what movie fans liked and disliked. Do you agree with these results?
Worst Movie of the Year: The Watch
Best Movie People Should’ve Seen: The Cabin in the Woods
Worst Supporting Actor: Tom Cruise (Rock of Ages)
Worst Supporting Actress: Kristen Stewart (Breaking Dawn Pt. 2)
Biggest Missed Opportunity: Prometheus
Least Super Superhero: Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher (Jack Reacher)
Least Satisfying Ending: Prometheus
Best Replacement: Anne Hathaway for Halle Berry (The Dark Knight Rises)
Worst Drama: The Vow
Best Comedy: Silver Linings Playbook
Worst Comedy: What to Expect When You're Expecting
Worst Screenplay: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
Actor That Most Needs to Stick With TV: Katherine Heigl (One for the Money)
Best Cast in the Worst Movie: Dark Shadows
Worst Career Move by an Oscar Winner: Jennifer Hudson (The Three Stooges)
Best Scene Stealer: Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect)
Best Musical Moment: “I Dreamed a Dream” (Les Miserables)
Best Character Comeback: Catwoman (The Dark Night Rises)
Movie That Most Needs to be Remade in Ten Years: The Hunger Games
Movie That Most Needs a Prequel: Magic Mike
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