Tonight as we celebrate the top honors in cinematic achievement from 2014, sometimes we forget about the little guys. That’s where the Golden Raspberry Foundation comes in to help us look back at some of the worst performances and movies that we’d like to forget existed. The 2015 Razzies announced their big “winners” last night and it was Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas that walked away Raspberry in tow. Alongside three-time nominees Megan Fox and Cameron Diaz, find out who else nabbed a Golden Raspberry after the break. Continue reading
With the Oscars comes the Razzies. Before the 85th Academy Awards aired this past Sunday, the 33rd Annual Razzie Awards handed out their Golden Raspberry Awards. With 10 major categories recognizing the worst of 2012, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 took home a majority of the Razzies. See what they “won” after the break. Continue reading
There were 727 titles released last year, and with the awards season in full swing, not all of them can be winners. Which is why we have the Razzies to point fingers and mock those who fall short of being worthwhile movies. Who will win a $4.79 Golden Raspberry Trophy this year? The nominees for the 33rd Annual Razzie Awards have been announced, see the full list after the jump. Continue reading
Last night the 31st Annual Razzie Awards were given to the most well deserving “winners” of 2010. There were some pretty bad stinkers last year and not everyone can be “winners” here, but I believe they made the right choices this year. Check out who were acclaimed the worst of the worst last night after the jump!
The best of the worst of 2010 are on display now that the 31st Annual Razzie Award nominees have been released online. The Razzie Awards honor all of the films who have triumphantly failed miserably and those that were just outright terrible. I am pleased to see a new category encompassing 3D in the mix this year. Many of the nominees are no surprise and I look forward to see the winners when they are announced at 7:30pm/PST, Saturday, February 26 at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood. Keep reading to see the complete list of nominees!