Best & Worst / Movie Campaigns
Which films had the best tag lines, the worst acting, and the best body hair?
Best Ad Campaign Thought-provoking posters for the designer-gene sci-fi flick Gattaca offered ”Babies Made to Order.”
Most Abused Taboo Incest reared its ugly head in The Devil’s Advocate, Eve’s Bayou, Going All the Way, The House of Yes, The Locusts, The Myth of Fingerprints, The Sweet Hereafter, A Thousand Acres, and U-Turn.
Strongest Proof That Charlie Sheen Needs A New Agent Money Talks and Shadow Conspiracy
Worst Hair (Head) Tie: Nicolas Cage (Con Air) and Gary Oldman (The Fifth Element)
Most-Impressive Body Hair (Fake) Mike Myers (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery)
Most-Impressive Body Hair (Real) Tie: Bart the Bear (The Edge) and Dan Hedaya (Alien Resurrection)
Best Bad Title 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag
Worst Bad Title Gentlemen Don’t Eat Poets
Silliest Shtick Both Mr. Bean and Austin Powers pretend to disappear down stairs that aren’t there.
Best Catchphrase ”Fugeddaboudit.” (Donnie Brasco)
Worst Catchphrase ”Talk to the hand.” (The Beautician and the Beast)
Worst Trailer Tag Line Tie: ”There’s nothin’ more thrilling than nailin’ an insurance company.” (John Grisham’s The Rainmaker) and ”Get off my plane!” (Air Force One)
Best Overacting Al Pacino in The Devil’s Advocate
Worst Overacting Jon Voight in Anaconda
Creepiest Role Crash‘s car-wreck fetishist (Elias Koteas)
Most Natural Segue After his psychosexual thriller Lost Highway, David Lynch directed a commercial for ClearBlue Easy One Minute, a home pregnancy test.