– O.A.B.B.C. Hall of Fame Induction

As loyal members of the O.A.B.B.C. well know, we have had a tremendous amount of support from the media during this short, yet spectacular campaign to deny Sir Button a single Oscar.  For those members of the media (Brian D. Johnson! Defamer!) who have gone above and beyond the call, we have inducted them into our Anti-Button Hall of Fame.

Today, it gives us exceptional pleasure to welcome Elaine “Lainey” Lui into this esteemed and privileged club.  As the reigning gossip queen of Hollywood, Elaine’s site,, has a huge and passionate following. We loved the site yesterday, but today, we REALLY LOVE Lainey.  With a simple link, her website has managed to drive more traffic to the O.A.B.B.C. than the combined efforts of all the major ‘traditional’ media we’ve had so far. Check this out:


Ummm…. WOW.  Don’t be fooled by the days that look like there’s no traffic – it’s all relative.  That’s how MUCH traffic Lainey drove to us today.

Lainey, if you’re out there and ever want to do ANYTHING with the O.A.B.B.C., we are your new humble servants. Singlehandedly, you have helped our mighty cause immeasurably.  On behalf of Button-Loathers everywhere, thank you, thank you, thank you.


O.A.B.B.C. Management



Filed under Benjamin Button Is A Horrible Movie

3 responses to “ – O.A.B.B.C. Hall of Fame Induction

  1. dc

    So glad this website exists! BB is nothing more than good makeup and CGI. Pitt can’t act for peanuts, and the story is boring as hell. Even Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett couldn’t save it.

    If it wins any of the major Oscar categories, it’ll be total farce!

  2. Deedee

    I hope you eat crow when Button wins the Oscar.

  3. Heather

    If Button wins an Oscar I vow to never watch again! I hated the cheap plot devices of that stupid journal, the daughter and the horrid hospital room, drabble drabble drabble. Could the material from Fitzgerald be so bad? Or is this evidence that Fincher is losing his mind? The plot made for a small “made for TV 1 hour movie”, not a three hour feature film in wide release. The characters were undeveloped and no one cares about Pitt when he dies.The dialogue was boring. And that end “moral of the story” bit was insulting even to an 8 year old. Even the makeup was bad: no old woman dying in a hospital bed wears eye liner! And anyone can clearly see Cate is not a professional dancer. What has this movie got going for itself? I cannot come up with a single redeeming quality.
    Thanks for the great site!

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