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Lindsay Lohan has been crowned 2007's worst actress for her chilling performance in I Know Who Killed Me by a discerning audience of almost four million AOL Moviefone pollees.

Eddie Murphy also took a critical shoeing for Norbit, which was honoured as the year's worst film. 300, meanwhile, pipped Transformers into second spot in the "What movie was most worth your $10?" category.

American Gangster took third place in fans' affections, followed by Knocked Up and Ratatouille, while The Bourne Ultimatum deservedly walked off with the best movie sequel trophy.

Looking foward to 2008, moviegoers rated Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Crystal Skull as the project they're most excited about. ®

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