Nick Crisafi knows bad movies.
He suffered through some terrible scripts in his years as a Hollywood script reader, evaluating movie projects for a Sony Pictures producer.
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You can see the winning swede for “Back to the Future” at http://bit.ly/17XOIz1.
And other dubious awards for swede fest palm beach 2013 went to…
Best Batman voice: “Dark Knight Rises”
Best crash sequence: “Starship Troopers”
Best special effects: “The Thing”
Best use of a red solo cup: “Super Troopers”
Best use of a tennis racket: “Looper”
Best use of a theatre cast: “Little Shop Of Horrors”
Best use of moving boxes: “GHOST!”
Best use of mums: “Napoleon Dynamite”
Best use of safety scissors: “Edward Scissorhands”
Best use of saran wrap: “Home Alone”
Best use of slow motion: “Grown Ups: Arrow Roulette”
Best use of South Florida locations: “They Live”
Best use of theatrical makeup: “Goodfellas”
Best voice overs: “The Exorcist”
Funniest Interview scene: “The Shining”
Most accurate costumes: “Back To The Future”
Most exotic filming location: “Dead Man Down”
Most local film: “Scott Pilgrim vs. The Swede”
Most movie puns in one script: “Tvistor”
Most shameless use of a green screen: “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”