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The Worst Movies of 2011 — New York Magazine’s Vulture Polls the Critics

posted by Nell Minow

Thanks to New York Magazine for including me in their round-up of the worst films of 2011.  The ballots — unlike the movies they nominate — are smart, funny, and passionate.

  • http://www.victamowers.com/victa_tornado.html Victa Tornado

    God Adam Sandler looks bad in that!

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/2012/01/the-worst-movies-of-2011-new-york-magazines-vulture-polls-the-critics.html#comments Steve

    Why does Adam Sandler llok like a girl? What movie is this from?

    • Nell Minow

      It’s from the awful “Jack and Jill,” where Sandler plays male and female twins.

  • FitnFly

    Jack and Jill probably wins, I don’t understand how they didn’t walk off set just filming it.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Anissa

    face looks funny…..:D

  • http://www.mucizeiksirler.net/ mucize iksirler

    God Adam Sandler looks bad in that!

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