Well deserved, one and all!

Tom cruises to Razzie Award
Actor Tom Cruise was such an irritant last year, the annual Razzie awards created a special category for ìmost tiresome tabloid target.î
The Razzies, a parody of Hollywood awards shows, gave out its annual prizes Saturday night, one day ahead of the Oscars.
Cruise was singled out for being a celeb that ìweíre ALL sick and tired ofî because of his antics in 2005 ó from continually professing his love for fellow thespian Katie Holmes to criticizing psychiatry and the use of antidepressants.
Cruise made an ecstatic appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, jumping on her couch and declaring his love for Holmes. The actor then went on a television morning show and called psychiatry a ìpseudo-science,î saying that mothers who suffer postpartum depression should use vitamins to combat their problem.
Cruiseís outrageous behaviour raised suspicions about whether he and Holmes were deliberately courting publicity to promote their summer films ó War of the Worlds and Batman Begins.
But the biggest ìwinnerî of the night was former Playboy model Jenny McCarthy who took four honours: worst movie of the year for Dirty Love, worst actress and worst screenplay. McCarthyís ex-husband, John Mallory Asher, captured worst director at the mock awards show.
Dirty Love is described as a modern-day Cinderella story and grossed just $58,116 US. Written by McCarthy, the film was widely panned by critics.
ìDirty Love clings to the gutter like a rat in garbage,î said New York Times film critic Stephen Holden in his review.
Worst actor went to Rob Schneider for Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo and Canadian Hayden Christensen grabbed worst supporting actor in his role as Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Christensen was ridiculed for playing ìDarth Vader as a Back Street Boy gone bad.î
Rounding out other Razzies: socialite Paris Hilton for worst supporting actress in her appearance on House of Wax, Son of the Mask as worst sequel and Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman as worst screen couple for their ìless-than-bewitching chemistry in Bewitched.î
The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation toasts the worst films every year and ìwinnersî are determined by 750 film professionals, movie journalists and film fans from the U.S. and 15 foreign countries.