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EW's Summer Movie Awards: Calling for your nominations!

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It’s that time of year again, the time when phrases like “I can’t believe it went by so fast!” and “I’m not ready for it to be getting dark so early!” echo through the malls, halls, and cubicles. Yes, Summer 2013 is coming to a close.

We have just the thing to help you dry your eyes: The EW Summer Movie Awards. To kick it off, we need your help nominating the films, moments, actors, and actresses for movies that came out beginning with the weekend of May 3, when Iron Man 3 was released, through this weekend, with the premiere of Mortal Instruments. Take a run through the list, then hit the comments to let us know who deserves to be nominated in each of the categories and why. Come back Monday to see the full list of nominees and to vote on the winners!

Best Futuristic Suit

The Bane Memorial for Worst Accent

Best Post-Credit Sequel Tease

Worst Post-Credit Sequel Tease

Most Effective Allegory

Least Effective Allegory

Best Scene in an Otherwise Bad Movie

Worst Scene in an Otherwise Great Movie

Best Fight

Best Twist

Whitest Tank Top

Most Ridiculous Use of a Prop

Coolest Death Scene

Funniest Moment

Best Unintentionally Funny Moment

The Joseph Gordon-Levitt Award for Supporting Character Who Should Star in Their Own Movie

The Least Sexy Sex Scene

Worst Trailer for a Good Movie

Best Trailer for a Bad Movie

Best Animated Film

Best Male Chest

Best Female Chest

Best Line

Scariest Scene

The Movie You Lied About Seeing

The Moonrise Kingdom Award for Darling Indie of the Season

The Oscar Frontrunner Award

Best Bromance

Breakout Star

The Cutest Kid Award

Best Platonic Couple

Best Gross-Out Movie

The Taylor Kitsch Award for Biggest Disappointment

The Soundtrack Is Better Than the Movie Award

The Most Offensive Sequel No One Asked For Award

Best Villain

Least Chemistry

Best Tearjerker

The Chris Messina Award for Actor Who Pops Up Everywhere

Most Anticipated Fall Movie

MVP of the Summer