Razzie award

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2008 Annual Golden Raspberry (Razzie©) Award “Winners”

Worst Picture: The Love Guru
Worst Actor: Mike Myers The Love Guru

Worst Actress: Paris Hilton THE HOTTIE AND THE NOTTIE

Worst Supporting Actress: Paris Hilton REPO: THE GENETIC OPERA
Worst Supporting Actor: Pierce Brosnan MAMMA MIA!
Worst Screen Couple: Paris Hilton and eitherChristine Lakin or Joel David Moore THE HOTTIE AND THE NOTTIE

Worst Prequel,Remake, Rip-off or Sequel(Combined Category for 2008): Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull

Worst Director: Uwe Boll1968: Tunnel Rats,In The Name of The King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, and Postal

Worst Screenplay: The Love Guru Written by Mike Myers & Graham Gordy

Worst Career Achievement: Uwe Boll (Germany’s Answer to Ed Wood)

“Wins” Per Picture:

The Love Guru = 3 Awards:Worst Picture, Actor and Screenplay

The Hottie and The Nottie = 3 Awards:Worst Picture, Actor and Screenplay

In The Name of The King: A Dungeon Siege Tale = 1 Award: Worst Director

Indiana Jones and The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull = 1 Award:Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel

Golden Raspberry

Golden Raspberry Awarded forWorst in film
Presented by Golden Raspberry Award Foundati
Country United States
First awarded 1981

The Golden Raspberry Awards, frequently called the Razzies, were created by John Wilson in 1980 (and first awarded in 1981), intended to counterpoint the Academy Awards by dishonoring (or honoring) the worst acting, screenwriting, songwriting, directing, and films that the film industry had to offer. The term raspberry is used in its irreverent sense, as in "blowing a raspberry."
Current awards are voted upon by the membership of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation (GRAF), and membership is openly available to the public, as opposed to the Academy Awards. Traditionally, nominations are announced one day before the Motion Picture Academy announces its Oscar nominations, and the awards are presented one day before the Oscar ceremony, as a complement to the Oscars.
In 2009, the supposed list of nominees was leaked early. Originally intended to be announced on January 21, a list believed to be the full one was posted online on January 7. The list had already gone viral before the Razzie Award people could do anything about it. What was posted were the suggestions listed on the nominating ballot, not the actual nominees.
The Razzie
The award usually takes the form of a plastic raspberry and roll of film spray-painted gold and mounted on a plastic base — nominally valued at US$4.89.
Nomination and selection are performed by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation (G.R.A.F.), an indiscriminate group of voters who pay between $25 and $250 a year for membership. The Foundation is currently made up of approximately 750 members.
The Official Categories of the Razzies are:
Worst Picture
Worst Director
Worst Actor
Worst Actress
Worst Supporting Actor
Worst Supporting Actress
Worst Screen Couple (awarded since 1994)
Worst Screenplay
Worst Prequel or Sequel
Worst Remake or Rip-off
(the above two are relatively new; originally the award was "Worst Remake or Sequel")
Worst New Star (This category is now rarely awarded.)
Worst Original Song (This category is now rarely awarded.)
Special categories
Special categories have also been introduced for specific years. Such special awards include Worst Screenplay Grossing Over $100 Million (1996), Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property (1997), Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted Movie (2002), Worst Excuse for an Actual Movie (All Concept/No Content!) (2003), Most Tiresome Tabloid Targets (2005), Worst Excuse For Family Entertainment (2006), Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie (2007) and others.
Other types of awards
Over the years, the Golden Raspberry Awards have awarded special awards next to the actual Razzie Awards as well.
Worst Career Achievement Award
This award has been given only five times, in 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, and 2009 to Ronald Reagan, Linda Blair, Irwin Allen, "Bruce the Rubber Shark" from Jaws and director Uwe Boll who received his for his achievement as "Germany's answer to Ed Wood".
Governor's Award
This is a special award given by Razzie Award Governor John Wilson to an individual whose achievements are not covered by the Razzie's other categories. It was awarded in 2003 to Travis Payne for "Distinguished Under-Achievement in Choreography" in the film From Justin to Kelly.
Stars who have accepted the award
Many actors, directors, and producers have been awarded a Golden Raspberry. In a few cases, some of the winners have accepted their award in person, although only three have done so at the award ceremony itself - Paul Verhoeven, Tom Green and Halle Berry.
1987: Bill Cosby won three Razzie Awards for Worst Picture, Worst Actor, and Worst Screenplay for Leonard Part 6, a botched spoof of spy flicks that Cosby himself had condemned on several talk shows. Cosby arranged for the Fox network to reproduce the Razzies in gold and Italian marble, at a cost of $27,500, and accepted them on The Late Show.
1992: Tom Selleck accepted his Razzie for Worst Supporting Actor for his performance as King Ferdinand of Spain in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery during an episode of The Chevy Chase Show.
1995: Director Paul Verhoeven became the first winner to actually show up at the Razzie ceremony, when he personally accepted his award for Worst Director for the film Showgirls. He also accepted the Worst Picture Award for the movie.
1997: Screenwriter Brian Helgeland became the first person to win a Razzie and an Oscar in the same year. He won the Best Adapted Screenplay Academy Award for L.A. Confidential and the Razzie for Worst Screenplay for Kevin Costner's The Postman. He did not attend the Razzie ceremony, but wanted to have the Razzie to display it next to his Oscar to remind him of "the quixotic nature" of Hollywood. He was later officially presented his Razzie at his offices on the Warner Bros.
1999: Wild Wild West earned five Razzies (including Worst Picture) that year. Robert Conrad, who starred in the 1960s The Wild Wild West television series and despised the film version, accepted three of the five Razzies.
2000: Although he didn't officially accept the award, Barry Pepper stated (after the fact) that had he known he was going to win the 2000 Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actor (which he did win, for Battlefield Earth).
2001: Tom Green accepted all five of his Razzie Awards, including Worst Picture, for Freddy Got Fingered. He declared, "I want to say I didn't deserve this any more than anyone else here... dear God, I want to say that. I don't think it would be true, though." He turned up in a white Cadillac and brought his own length of red carpet. Green's speech included a never-ending piece of music played on the harmonica, and he was eventually dragged off stage.[8]
2003: Ben Affleck, after winning Worst Actor for his work in Gigli, Daredevil, and Paycheck, asked why he did not get his trophy. He was presented the Razzie live on Larry King Live a week later, which he promptly broke.
2004: Halle Berry accepted her Razzie for Worst Actress for the film Catwoman. She gave a speech, similar to when she won the 2002 Best Actress Academy Award for Monster's Ball, carrying her Oscar in one hand and her Razzie in the other.While onstage, she called the film a "piece of shit, god-awful movie", which met laughter and applause. Shortly afterwards, John Wilson released a statement to the press praising Halle Berry's other performances and stating that he looks forward to Berry giving other Oscar-worthy performances.
2008: Kim Kardashian was nominated for Worst Supporting Actress in 2009 for her performance in Disaster Movie. She mentioned being nominated in her personal blog and rather than being insulted, she took it in stride and said that "It's an honor just being nominated!"
Razzie/Oscar connection
The only two actors to be nominated for an Oscar and Razzie for the same performance are James Coco for Only When I Laugh in 1982 and Amy Irving for Yentl in 1984. Neither won either award.
Jack Nicholson was nominated for Worst Actor (for both Hoffa and Man Trouble) in 1992. That same year, he was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars for A Few Good Men.
Uma Thurman was nominated for Worst Actress (for Even Cowgirls Get the Blues) in 1994. That same year, she was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars for Pulp Fiction.
Daryl Hannah won the Razzie for Worst Supporting Actress for her role in Wall Street in 1987. Her co-star Michael Douglas, meanwhile, won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in that film.
Tom Cruise starred in the Worst Picture winner Cocktail and co-starred in the Best Picture Oscar winner Rain Man in 1988.
Christopher Walken and Alec Baldwin were both nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor and a Razzie for Worst Supporting Actor in the same year, although for different films. Walken was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 2002 for Catch Me if You Can and Worst Supporting Actor for The Country Bears. Baldwin was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 2003 for The Cooler and Worst Supporting Actor for The Cat in the Hat.
The actors to have won both a Razzie and an Oscar for acting are: Faye Dunaway, Marlon Brando, Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier, Roberto Benigni, Halle Berry, and Liza Minnelli, as well as Nicole Kidman (worst screen couple with Will Ferrell for Bewitched in 2005) who won Best Actress for The Hours in 2002. In addition Sofia Coppola, Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner and Prince are also Oscar and Razzie winners, but only one of the two awards was in acting.
Filmmaker James Cameron won the Worst Screenplay Razzie in 1986 for his role in the writing of Rambo: First Blood Part II. He would later go on to win three Oscars for Titanic.
Songwriter Diane Warren earned both Razzie and Oscar nominations for the songs "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" from the movie Armageddon and "How Do I Live" from the movie Con Air; she didn't win either of the two awards.
Songwriters Leslie Bricusse & Henry Mancini earned both Razzie and Oscar nominations for the song, "Life in a Looking Glass" from the 1986 film That's Life!.
Rambo: First Blood Part II, Rocky III, Pearl Harbor, Norbit, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Batman Begins, and Superman Returns were all nominated for an Academy Award and a Razzie. Rambo lost at the Oscars in the category of Best Sound Effects Editing but won the Razzie for Worst Picture, Worst Actor and Worst Screenplay. Rocky III received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song and a Razzie nomination for Worst New Star. Pearl Harbor won an Oscar for Best Sound Effects Editing while getting shut out at the Razzies, and Norbit saw Eddie Murphy winning three of the four Acting Razzies (see Razzie Records below) while getting shut out at the Oscars. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith was nominated an Oscar for Best Achievement in Makeup, but won a Razzie for Worst Supporting Actor. Batman Begins was nominated an Oscar for Best Cinematography, but was nominated a Razzie for Worst Supporting Actress. Superman Returns was nominated an Oscar for Best Visual Effects, but was nominated a Razzie for Worst Supporting Actress.
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan was nominated for Oscar in the categories of Best Director and Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen for his film The Sixth Sense in the year 2000 but was nominated for Razzie awards in the categories Worst Picture, Actor, Director and Screenplay for The Happening in the year 2009.
Razzie records
The 2003 film Gigli was the first and, so far, only film to win in the top five categories at the Razzies (Worst Picture, Actor, Actress, Director and Screenplay). This makes it the Razzie equivalent of 1934's It Happened One Night, which was the first film to win the Oscar grand slam (Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Director and Screenplay).
I Know Who Killed Me (2007) has received the most Razzie awards, at eight wins out of nine nominations (only lost at Worst Supporting Actress), in a single awards year. It is also the only movie to have an actress win the Worst Actress award twice: both of Lindsay Lohan's characters tied for the honor. This also ties the record for most Razzies won by a single film: Showgirls (1995) and Battlefield Earth (2000) each won seven Razzies in their respective eligibility years and then an eighth in later years (the former won Worst Movie of the Decade in 2000, the latter Worst Drama of Our First 25 Years in 2005).
Actor Sylvester Stallone has received 30 nominations and ten wins and is the actor with the largest number of nominations and wins. He was nominated for the Worst Actor award for nine consecutive years from 1984 to 1992, winning four times.
Former United States president George W. Bush, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice are the only non-actors to have won Razzies for their appearances in the 2004 Michael Moore documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. Bush won Worst Actor and shared the Worst Screen Couple Award with Rice and "his pet goat", while Rumsfeld won Worst Supporting Actor. Rice lost to Britney Spears for Worst Supporting Actress.
Actor Ben Stiller was nominated for Worst Actor in 2004 for a record five titles in one year. Stiller was nominated for his work in Along Came Polly, Anchorman, Dodgeball, Envy and Starsky & Hutch.
Actor Eddie Murphy received a single-year record five nominations in 2007 for Norbit: three acting nominations (one for each character he played), one for Worst Couple (again, relating to his playing multiple characters) and one for Worst Screenplay. He went on to win all three acting nominations, becoming the first person ever to win a Razzie for both male and female performances in a single film.

The Razzie Award for Worst Picture is a penalty given out at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards to the worst film of the past year. Following is a list of nominees and recipients of that award, including each film's distribution company and producer(s).
1980 Can't Stop the Music - AFD - Allan Carr
Cruising - Lorimar / UA - Jerry Weintraub
The Formula - MGM / UA - Steve Shagan
Friday the 13th - Paramount - Sean S. Cunningham
The Jazz Singer - AFD - Jerry Leider
The Nude Bomb - Universal - Jennings Lang
Raise the Titanic! - AFD - William Frye
Saturn 3 - AFD - Stanley Donen
Windows - UA - Jerry Lodell
Xanadu - Universal - Lawrence Gordon
1981 Mommie Dearest - Paramount - Frank Yablans
Endless Love - Universal / PolyGram - Dyson Lovell
Heaven's Gate - UA - Joann Carelli
The Legend of the Lone Ranger - Universal / AFD - Walter Coblenz
Tarzan, the Ape Man - MGM / UA - John Derek
1982 Inchon - MGM - Mitsuharu Ishi
Annie - Columbia / Rastar - Ray Stark
Butterfly - Analysis - Matt Cimber
Megaforce - 20th Century Fox - Albert S. Ruddy
The Pirate Movie - 20th Century Fox - David Joseph
1983 The Lonely Lady - Universal - Robert R. Weston
Hercules - MGM / UA / Cannon - Golan-Globus
Jaws 3-D - Universal - Rupert Hitzig
Stroker Ace - Universal - Hank Moonjean
Two of a Kind - 20th Century Fox - Roger M. Rothstein / Joe Wizan
1984 Bolero - Cannon - Bo Derek
Cannonball Run II - Warner Bros. - Albert S. Ruddy
Rhinestone - 20th Century Fox - Marvin Worth / Howard Smith
Sheena - Columbia - Paul Aratow
Where the Boys Are '84 - TriStar - Allan Carr
1985 Rambo: First Blood Part II - TriStar - Buzz Feitshans
Fever Pitch - MGM / UA - Freddie Fields
Revolution - Warner Bros. - Irwin Winkler
Rocky IV - MGM / UA - Irwin Winkler / Robert Chartoff
Year of the Dragon - MGM / UA - Dino De Laurentiis
1986 Howard the Duck - Universal - Gloria Katz (tie)
1986 Under the Cherry Moon - Warner Bros. - Bob Cavallo / Joe Ruffalo / Steve Fargnoli (tie)
Blue City - Paramount - William L. Hayward / Walter Hill
Cobra - Cannon / Warner Bros. - Golan-Globus
Shanghai Surprise - MGM - John Kohn
1987 Leonard Part 6 - Columbia - Bill Cosby
Ishtar - Columbia - Warren Beatty
Jaws: The Revenge - Universal - Joseph Sargent
Tough Guys Don't Dance - Disney - Golan-Globus
Who's That Girl - Warner Bros. - Rosilyn Heller / Bernard Williams
1988 Cocktail - Touchstone - Ted Field / Robert W. Cort
Caddyshack II - Warner Bros. - Neil Canton / Jon Peters / Peter Guber
Hot to Trot - Warner Bros. - Steve Tisch
Mac and Me - Orion - R.J. Louis
Rambo III - TriStar - Buzz Feitshans
1989 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier - Paramount - Harve Bennett
The Karate Kid, Part III - Columbia Pictures - Jerry Weintraub
Lock Up - TriStar - Lawrence Gordon
Road House - UA - Joel Silver
Speed Zone! - Orion - Murray Shostack
1990 The Adventures of Ford Fairlane - 20th Century Fox - Steve Perry / Joel Silver (tie)
1990 Ghosts Can't Do It - Triumph - Bo Derek (tie)
The Bonfire of the Vanities - Warner Bros. - Brian De Palma
Graffiti Bridge - Warner Bros. - Randy Phillips / Craig Rice
Rocky V - UA - Robert Chartoff / Irwin Winkler
1991 Hudson Hawk - TriStar - Joel Silver
Cool as Ice - Universal - Carolyn Pfeiffer / Lionel Wingram
Dice Rules - Seven Arts - Loucas George
Nothing But Trouble - Warner Bros. - Lester Berman / Robert K. Weiss
Return to the Blue Lagoon - Columbia - William A. Graham
1992 Shining Through - 20th Century Fox - Carol Baum / Howard Rosenman
The Bodyguard - Warner Bros. - Kevin Costner / Lawrence Kasdan / Jim Wilson
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery - Warner Bros. - Alexander Salkind / Ilya Salkind
Final Analysis - Warner Bros. - Paul Junger Witt / Charles Roven / Tony Thomas
Newsies - Disney - Michael Finnell
1993 Indecent Proposal - Paramount - Sherry Lansing
Body of Evidence - MGM / UA - Dino De Laurentiis
Cliffhanger - Carolco / TriStar - Renny Harlin / Alan Marshall
Last Action Hero - Columbia - John McTiernan / Stephen J. Roth
Sliver - Paramount - Robert Evans
1994 Color of Night - Hollywood - Buzz Feitshans / David Matalon
North - Columbia - Rob Reiner / Alan Zweibel
On Deadly Ground - Warner Bros. - A. Kitman Ho / Julius R. Nasso / Steven Seagal
The Specialist - Warner Bros. - Jerry Weintraub
Wyatt Earp - Warner Bros. - Kevin Costner / Lawrence Kasdan / Jim Wilson
1995 Showgirls - MGM / UA - Alan Marshall / Charles Evans
Congo - Paramount - Kathleen Kennedy / Sam Mercer
It's Pat! - Touchstone - Charles B. Wessler
The Scarlet Letter - Hollywood - Roland Joffé / Andrew J. Vajna
Waterworld - Universal - Kevin Costner / John Davis / Charles Gordon / Lawrence Gordon
1996 Striptease - Castle Rock / Columbia - Andrew Bergman / Mike Lobell
Barb Wire - Gramercy - Todd Moyer / Mike Richardson / Brad Wyman
Ed - Universal - Rosalie Swedlin
The Island of Dr. Moreau - New Line - Edward R. Pressman
The Stupids - New Line / Savoy - Leslie Belzberg
1997 The Postman - Warner Bros. - Kevin Costner / Steve Tisch / Jim Wilson
Anaconda - Columbia - Verna Harrah / Carole Little / Leonard Rabinowitz
Batman & Robin - Warner Bros. - Peter MacGregor-Scott
Fire Down Below - Warner Bros. - Julius R. Nasso / Steven Seagal
Speed 2: Cruise Control - 20th Century Fox - Jan de Bont / Steve Perry / Michael Peyser
1998 An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn - Hollywood - Ben Myron / Joe Eszterhas
Armageddon - Touchstone - Michael Bay / Jerry Bruckheimer
The Avengers - Warner Bros. - Jerry Weintraub
Godzilla - TriStar - Dean Devlin
Spiceworld - Columbia - Uri Fruchtan / Mark L. Rosen] / Barnaby Thompson
1999 Wild Wild West - Warner Bros. - Jon Peters / Barry Sonnenfeld
Big Daddy - Columbia - Sidney Ganis / Jack Giarraputo
The Blair Witch Project - Artisan - Robin Cowie / Gregg Hale
The Haunting - DreamWorks - Susan Arthur / Donna Roth / Colin Wilson
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace - 20th Century Fox - Rick McCallum / George Lucas
2000 Battlefield Earth - Warner Bros. - Jonathan D. Krane / Elie Samaha / John Travolta
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 - Artisan - Bill Carraro
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas - Universal - Bruce Cohen
Little Nicky - New Line - Jack Giarraputo / Robert Simonds
The Next Best Thing - Paramount - Leslie Dixon / Linne Radmin / Tom Rosenberg
2001 Freddy Got Fingered - 20th Century Fox - Larry Brezner / Howard Lapides / Lauren Lloyd
Driven - Franchise / Warner Bros. - Renny Harlin / Elie Samaha / Sylvester Stallone
Glitter - 20th Century Fox / Columbia - Laurence Mark / E. Bennett Walsh
Pearl Harbor - Touchstone / Disney - Michael Bay / Jerry Bruckheimer
3000 Miles to Graceland - Franchise / Warner Bros. - Demian Lichtenstein / Eric Manes / Elie Samaha / Richard Spero / Andrew Stevens
2002 Swept Away - Screen Gems - Matthew Vaughn
The Adventures of Pluto Nash - Warner Bros. - Martin Bregman / Michael Scott Bregman / Louis A. Stroller
Crossroads - Paramount - Ann Carli
Pinocchio - Miramax - Gianluigi Braschi / Nicoletta Braschi / Elda Ferri
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones - 20th Century Fox - Rick McCallum / George Lucas
2003 Gigli - Columbia / Revolution - Martin Brest / Casey Silver
The Cat in the Hat - Universal / DreamWorks - Brian Grazer
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle - Columbia - Drew Barrymore / Leonard Goldberg / Nancy Juvonen
From Justin to Kelly - 20th Century Fox - John Steven Agoglia
The Real Cancun - New Line - Mary-Ellis Bunim] / Jonathan Murray / Jamie Schutz / Rick de Oliveira
2004 Catwoman - Warner Bros. - Denise Di Novi / Edward McDonnell
Alexander - Warner Bros. - Oliver Stone
SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2 - Triumph - Steven Paul
Surviving Christmas - DreamWorks - Betty Thomas / Jenno Topping
White Chicks - Columbia / Revolution - Rick Alvarez / Lee R. Mayes / Keenen Ivory Wayans / Marlon Wayans / Shawn Wayans
2005 Dirty Love - First Look Pictures - John Mallory Asher
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo - Columbia - Mike Bigelow
The Dukes of Hazzard - Warner Bros. / Village Roadshow - Jay Chandrasekhar
House of Wax - Warner Bros. - Jaume Collet-Serra
Son of the Mask - New Line Cinema - Lawrence Guterman
2006 Basic Instinct 2 - Columbia
BloodRayne - Romar Entertainment
Lady in the Water - Warner Bros.
Little Man - Columbia/Revolution
The Wicker Man - Warner Bros.
2007 I Know Who Killed Me - TriStar
Bratz: The Movie - Lions Gate
Daddy Day Camp - TriStar/Revolution
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry - Universal
Norbit - DreamWorks
2008 The Love Guru - Paramount
Disaster Movie - Lions Gate and Meet The Spartans - 20th Century Fox
The Happening - 20th Century Fox
The Hottie & The Nottie - Regent Releasing/Purple Pictures
In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale - Boll KG/Brightlight Pictures

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