Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Film
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The Golden Raspberry Awards or Razzies were first awarded in 1981 and were intended to counterpoint the Academy Awards by dishonouring the worst acting, screen-writing, directing and films that the film industry had to offer. The award itself is nominally valued at $4.89.
Starring the Village People.
Faye Dunaway, in the starring role of Joan Crawford, won the Razzie for Worst Actress.
Starring Lawrence Olivier, Jacqueline Bisset and Ben Gazzara.
Substantially funded by the husband of leading actress Pia Zadora, the film was nominated for 11 Razzies and won 6 including Worst Actress.
Starring Bo Derek who took the award for Worst Actress.
Listed in the The Official Razzie Movie Guide as one of 'The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made'.
Tied with "Under the Cherry Moon"
Directed by and starring Prince. Tied with Howard the Duck.
Also won awards for Worst Actor (Bill Cosby) and Worst screenplay (Bill Cosby and Jonathan Reynolds). Cosby demanded that the three award trophies be made out of 24 karat gold and marble (this was paid for by the Fox Broadcasting company) and later showed them off during an appearance on The Tonight Show.
Starring Tom Cruise, Bryan Brown and Elizabeth Shue.
The only film in the franchise to be directed by William Shatner and the least popular with fans.
Starring Andrew Dice Clay. Tied with "Ghosts Can't Do It"
Starring Bo Derek who won the Worst Actress category. Donald Trump was awarded Worst Supporting Actor. The movie tied with "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane"
Starring Bruce Willis, Danny Aiello and Andie MacDowell.
Starring Michael Douglas and Melanie Griffith.
Starring Robert Redford, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson.
Starring Bruce Willis and Jane March.
Starring Elizabeth Berkley, Gina Gershon and Kyle MacLachlan.
Starring Demi Moore, Burt Reynolds and Armand Assante.
Starring Kevin Costner, Will Patton and Olivia Williams.
This movie about the attempts to get an "Alan Smithee" of a director who name is Alan Smithee played a part in the Directors Guild of America doing away the Alan Smithee credit in 2000.
Starring Will Smith, Kevin Kline and Salma Hayek.
Starring John Travolta, Barry Pepper and Forest Whitaker. Swept the field with 7 wins and was later awarded a further two, Worst "Drama" of Our First 25 Years and Worst Picture of the Decade.
Starring Tom Green, Rip Torn and Marisa Coughlan.
Starring Madonna and Adriano Giannini.
Starring Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck.
Starring Halle Berry and Benjamin Bratt. Berry won the Worst Actress Award and sportingly turned up to receive it in person.
Starring Jenny McCarthy and Eddie Kaye Thomas.
Starring Sharon Stone and David Morrissey.
Starring Lindsay Lohan, Julia Ormond and Neal McDonough.
Starring Mike Myers and Jessica Alba.
Starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox and Josh Duhamel.
Starring Noah Ringer, Dev Patel, Nicola Peltz and Jackson Rathbone.
Starring Adam Sandler in the two title roles. Won in every category with a record ten awards in total, beating by one the previous record holder, Battlefield Earth.
Starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
Consists of a confusing fourteen different storylines by fourteen different directors.
Holds a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Kirk Cameron, who stars as a fictional version of himself, blamed the film's lack of success on atheists.
Starring Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Michael B. Jordan. Tied with "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. The film received a considerable amount of criticism from family groups and anti-violence campaigners due to it's questionable sexual themes.
Won four out it's five nominations. Director Dinesh D'Souza, who also won the Worst Actor Award for portraying himself, insisted this was "petty revenge" for the election of Donald Trump.
Starring Anna Farris, T.J. Miller, Maya Rudolph and James Corden.
Starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.
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