2004 Internet Movie Poster Awards - Worst Blockbuster Nominees
50 First Dates
Always fear posters which toss in animals - in this case a penguin. Not
an overly bad poster, but Drew Barrymore's expression seems a little too
exaggerated and surely they could've done a better job of actually representing
the plot of the film.
Meet the Fockers
A completely meaningless poster. Lots of white space and a line up of the
entire cast posing together. Yes, the outfits kind of represent the clash
of personalities, but it is way too subtle, especially for a comedy.
Another daring but plain poster design. A bunch of running legs representing
some of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
A Shark Tale
Just has the feel of a straight to video release, touting all the big name
voice actors with rather lame looking character images, especially that
stupid smile on the face of Will Smith's fish.
Certainly the lesser of the posters for the movie's campaign. There's just
something that seems wrong about the design. Perhaps it's the fact that
his face seems too skinny or that it's not a perfect split between him
and his alter ego.