MTV Defends Twilight's Multiple Razzie Nominations

Remember that Razzie thing? Well, Kevin from MTV has written up an amazing commentary about this, and it's pretty good, I think.


The final "Twilight" movie is not nearly as bad as the cynical majority would assume.

Any award show, even one that highlights the worst of film, should approach the field of contenders with objectivity and an eye for honoring the best (or worst) contender regardless of public standing or politics. What's so shocking about the "Twilight" nominations is that the same principles that led to its many nods should have also qualified "John Carter," an equally easy film to lampoon that doesn't actually live up its disgraceful public image, which receive no nominations. So why the assault on vampires? "Breaking Dawn" swept for the same reason "The Return of the King" won in every category at the 2004 Oscars. It's awards-giving with an agenda.


My suggestion for the Razzies committee is to actually sit down and watch "Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Actually watch it. Think about how you're feeling throughout. Do you ever laugh? Are you ever bored? Isn't it cool when Dakota Fanning gets her head ripped off? Because even though it might drag in parts and make absolutely no sense in others, there is no way "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is one of the worst movies of the year and should be considered so alongside "The Oogieloves."


I love MTV more right about now. Read full kick-ass article HERE.

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