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The Golden Raspberry Awards are mock awards that celebrate the worst in film of any given year. The award ceremony usually takes place the night before the Academy Awards. The category "Worst Movie" was created in 1981. We've done some research and put together a list of some of the movies that have had the dishonor of being awarded a Golden Raspberry.
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Back in 2005, Halle Berry received the infamous award for her performance in the 2004 movie Catwoman, even though she had already won an Oscar three years prior for her role in the film Monster's Ball. The 2005 disaster was also shamed as the worst movie of that year by most critics. Nevertheless, Halle Berry accepted the award with a sense of humor and even showed up at the award ceremony.
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According to IMDb, the comedy Saving Christmas starring Kirk Cameron is one of the worst movies of all time. The jury concurred and therefore the movie was awarded 4 Golden Raspberry Awards back in 2015.
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The 2002 comedy Freddy Got Fingered starring Tom Green was named and shamed as one of the worst movies of that year. Both the director and Green were awarded a Golden Raspberry.
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I Know Who Killed Me (2008), starring Lindsay Lohan, broke records, but not in a good way. The film's producers took home a whopping 8 Golden Raspberries. This record was only broken...
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The record was only broken when the film Jack and Jill, which starred Adam Sandler in both leading roles, was awarded 10 Golden Raspberries!
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The episode-oriented comedy Movie 43, in which there were a confusing 12 different plot lines, was given downright terrible reviews by critics even though several Hollywood A-listers starred in it. The movie took home 3 Golden Raspberries in 2014.
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Madonna is definitely not the most talented of actresses. She has received 5 Golden Raspberries in total. Her acting in the 2003 movie Swept Away only cemented the fact that Madonna is one of the worst actresses of all time.
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Fans probably could have done without a Basic Instinct sequel. The movie Basic Instinct 2, starring Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone, received 4 Golden Raspberries altogether. Definitely a bad move on the director's part!