My son Dawson, and his friends Trey, and Tice Brown with KU coach Mangino.
Ian White, freshman,
"I haven't seen a whole lot, but 'Fantastic Four' looked really cheesy."
Travis Waugh, eighth grade,
Bishop Seaburry Academy
"'The Family Stone'. There was absolutely no point to that movie. It was just a waste of my time."
Julian McCafferty, freshman,
West Junior High School
"I saw 'King Kong' recently and I didn't really like it. The beginning was slow and didn't get to the point. The whole movie was a bit ridiculous."
Jessica Jacobs, eighth grade,
Central Junior High School
"'Skeleton Key' was a really bad movie. They said it was scary, but it wasn't at all."
Brandon Holland, junior,
Lawrence High School
"'King Kong' was the worst. It was too long, Jack Black was miscast, the special effects were horrible and everything took too long."
Sunny Dexter, freshman,
"'The Brothers Grimm'. That had to be the worst movie I've ever seen."
Betsy Bratschie, junior,
Eudora High School
"I think that would have to be 'Chicken Little'. The downfall of Disney is evident throughout the entire movie."
Megan Bracciano, eighth-grader,
Southwest Junior High School
"'Wallace & Gromit' wasn't the best. I think it was the lack of physical comedy. It needed more slapstick."
The Wakarusa Group, Kansas Chapter of the Sierra Club, provides labor and funding for a roosting house for chimney swifts in the Haskell Baker Wetlands. The volunteers, from left, are Michael Campbell, Jan Boyd, Daniel Poull and Roger Boyd. Carey Maynard-Moody, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Stupidity is exchanged like hard currency in "The Dukes of Hazzard," the year's worst adaptation of a "classic" TV show.
Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell star in "Bewitched"
An unidentified woman carries a box from Enron headquarters in Houston in November 2001, just before the company filed for bankruptcy. Since then, new managers have been working to clean up the financial disaster that its former executives - Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling - left behind. Lay and Skilling face trial Jan. 17 on fraud and conspiracy charges. The one-ton sculpted E logo in front of the the company's headquarters has been liquidated for $44,000.