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Worst in show: The Razzie worst-picture nominees

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New Year's Eve: "New Year's only comes once a year, but let's hope that, cinematically, it never happens again," Dave McGinn said of this movie in Dec. 9's Globe. Rating: Half a star.

Andrew Schwartz

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon: "At times, the chaos [director Michael Bay] creates within the film frame is so abstract and exaggerated — think of him as Action Jackson Pollock — it can feel exhilarating, but the relentlessness is exhausting," Liam Lacey wrote in his June 29 review. Rating: Two stars.

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1: "The script, adapted by Melissa Rosenberg from the first part of Stephanie Meyer’s fourth novel in the series, was supposed to be climactic," Liam Lacey wrote on Nov. 18. "Instead, it’s the most jumbled and tonally confused movie yet." Rating: Two stars.

Andrew Cooper

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Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star. Not reviewed.

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