2003 Stinkers Bad Movie Awards
The 26th Stinkers Bad Movie Awards were released by the Hastings Bad Cinema Society in 2004 to honour the worst films the film industry had to offer in 2003. The Cat in the Hat received the most nominations with twelve. All nominees and winners, with respective percentages of votes for each category, are listed below.
Winners and nominees
Winner (in bold)
Worst Supporting Actor
Worst Supporting Actress
Worst Screenplay for a Film Grossing More Than $100M Worldwide Using Hollywood Math
Most Painfully Unfunny Comedy
Worst Song or Song Performance in a Film or Its End Credits
Most Intrusive Musical Score
Worst On-Screen Couple
Most Annoying Fake Accent (Male)
Most Annoying Fake Accent (Female)
The Spencer Breslin Award (for Worst Performance by a Child in a Feature Role)
- Note: only Stinkers founders Mike Lancaster and Ray Wright were allowed to pick the winner here, which is why no percentages are listed.
Least "Special" Special Effects
Worst On-Screen Group
Most Annoying Non-Human Character
Most Overrated Movie
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