Grimmy Awards 2002

Bob Grimm offers his awards to the best, worst and strangest 2002 movies

Best Actor: Sam Rockwell (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind)

Honorable mentions: Daniel Day-Lewis (Gangs of New York), Nicolas Cage (Adaptation), Leonardo DiCaprio (Catch Me if You Can), Jack Nicholson (About Schmidt), Steve Coogan (24 Hour Party People)

Best Actress: Julianne Moore (Far From Heaven)

Honorable Mentions: Maggie Gyllenhaal (Secretary), Nicole Kidman (The Hours), Susan Sarandon (Moonlight Mile), Selma Hayek (Frida)

Best Supporting Actor: Dermot Mulroney (About Schmidt and Lovely and Amazing)

Honorable Mentions: Dennis Quaid (Far From Heaven), Chris Cooper (Adaptation), Richard Gere (Chicago), John C. Reilly (The Good Girl and Chicago)

Best Supporting Actress: Julianne Moore (World Traveler)

Honorable Mentions: Hope Davis (About Schmidt), Meryl Streep (Adaptation), Kathy Bates (About Schmidt and Love Liza), Susan Sarandon (Igby Goes Down)

Best Director: Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers)

Best Foreign Film: 8 Women

Best Documentary: I Am Trying to Break Your Heart starring Wilco

Best Score: Peter Gabriel (Rabbit Proof Fence)

Worst Actor: (Tie) Woody Allen (Hollywood Ending); Roberto Benigni (Pinocchio)

Worst Actress: Gwyneth Paltrow (Possession)

Best Actor in a Bad Movie: Robin Williams (Death to Smoochy)

Best Actress in a Bad Movie: Bebe Neuwirth (Tadpole)

Worst Actor in a Good Movie: Hayden Christensen (Star Wars: Episode 2)

Worst Actress in a Good Movie: Natalie Portman (Star Wars: Episode 2)

Best Gross-out moment: Goldmember (Mike Myers) eating his own skin in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

Worst Gross-out moment: Roberto Benigni speaking in Pinocchio

Best single line of dialogue: “Do you like the sound of crunching wood? I do."—Christopher Walken (The Country Bears)

Worst line of dialogue: “Surface da boat!"—Harrison Ford, complete with lame accent and puppy dog look, in K:19: The Widowmaker.

Films least deserving of huge critical praise: Y Tu Mamá También, Roger Dodger, Tadpole

Films least deserving of critical slagging: Jackass, Solaris, Austin Powers: Goldmember.