18th Golden Raspberry Awards

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18th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date March 22, 1998
Site Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, California
Highlights
Worst Picture The Postman
Most awards The Postman (5)
Most nominations Batman & Robin (11)
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The 18th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 22, 1998 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1997. This year, the film with the most nominations was Batman & Robin with 11, followed by Speed 2: Cruise Control with 8 nominations, Anaconda with 6 nominations, The Postman with 5 nominations (winning all of the awards it was nominated for), and Fire Down Below with 4 nominations. The film that won the most awards was The Postman, winning in all five categories the movie was nominated for. The list of nominees follows, with recipients denoted in bold. [1][2]

The Postman screenwriter Brian Helgeland also won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for L.A. Confidential in 1998. Only Helgeland, composer Alan Menken and actress Sandra Bullock won Razzies and Oscars at the same year.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture The Postman - (Warner Bros.) - Kevin Costner / Steve Tisch / Jim Wilson
Anaconda - (Columbia Pictures) - Verna Harrah
Batman & Robin (Warner Bros.) - Peter MacGrergor-Scott
Fire Down Below - (Warner Bros.) - Julius R. Nasso / Steven Seagal
Speed 2: Cruise Control (20th Century Fox) - Jan de Bont / Michael Peyser
Worst Actor Kevin Costner in The Postman as The Postman (Gordon Krantz)
Val Kilmer in The Saint as Simon Templar
Shaquille O'Neal in Steel as John Henry Irons / Steel
Steven Seagal in Fire Down Below as Jack Taggart
Jon Voight in Anaconda as Paul Sarone
Worst Actress Demi Moore in G.I. Jane as Jordan O'Neil
Sandra Bullock in Speed 2: Cruise Control as Annie Porter
Fran Drescher in The Beautician and the Beast as Joy Miller
Lauren Holly in A Smile Like Yours and Turbulence as Jennifer Robertson and Teri Halloran (respectively)
Alicia Silverstone in Excess Baggage as Emily Hope
Worst Supporting Actor Dennis Rodman in Double Team as Yaz
Willem Dafoe in Speed 2: Cruise Control as John Geiger
Chris O'Donnell in Batman & Robin as Dick Grayson / Robin
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Batman & Robin as Victor Fries / Mr. Freeze
Jon Voight in Most Wanted and U Turn as Gen. Adam Woodward/Lt. Col. Grant Casey and Blind Man (respectively)
Worst Supporting Actress Alicia Silverstone in Batman & Robin as Barbara Wilson / Batgirl
Faye Dunaway in Albino Alligator as Janet Boudreaux
Milla Jovovich in The Fifth Element as Leeloo
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Fathers' Day as Carrie Lawrence
Uma Thurman in Batman & Robin as Pamela Isley / Poison Ivy
Worst Screen Couple Dennis Rodman and Jean-Claude Van Damme in Double Team
Sandra Bullock and Jason Patric in Speed 2: Cruise Control
George Clooney and Chris O'Donnell in Batman & Robin
Steven Seagal and his guitar in Fire Down Below
Jon Voight and the animatronic anaconda in Anaconda
Worst Remake or Sequel Speed 2: Cruise Control (20th Century Fox)
Batman & Robin (Warner Bros.)
Home Alone 3 (20th Century Fox)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Universal)
McHale's Navy (Universal)
Worst Director Kevin Costner for The Postman
Jan de Bont for Speed 2: Cruise Control
Luis Llosa for Anaconda
Joel Schumacher for Batman & Robin
Oliver Stone for U Turn
Worst Screenplay The Postman, screenplay by Eric Roth and Brian Helgeland, based on the book by David Brin
Anaconda, written by Hans Bauer and Jim Cash & Jack Epps, Jr.
Batman & Robin, written by Akiva Goldsman
The Lost World: Jurassic Park, screenplay by David Koepp, based on the novel by Michael Crichton
Speed 2: Cruise Control, screenplay by Randall McCormick and Jeff Nathanson, story by Jan de Bont and McCormick
Worst New Star Dennis Rodman in Double Team as Yaz
The animatronic anaconda in Anaconda
Tori Spelling in The House of Yes and Scream 2 as Lesly and herself (respectively)
Howard Stern in Private Parts as Himself
Chris Tucker in The Fifth Element and Money Talks as Ruby Rhod and Franklin Hatchett (respectively)
Worst Original Song The entire song score from The Postman, words and music by Jeffrey Barr, Glenn Burke, John Coinman, Joe Flood, Blair Forward, Maria Machado, and Jono Manson
"The End Is the Beginning Is the End" from Batman & Robin, written by Billy Corgan
"Fire Down Below" from Fire Down Below, music and lyrics by Steven Seagal and Mark Collie
"How Do I Live" from Con Air, written by Diane Warren (also Oscar-nominated)
"My Dream" from Speed 2: Cruise Control, written by Orville Burrell, Robert Livingston, and Dennis Haliburton
Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property Con Air (Touchstone)
Batman & Robin (Warner Bros.)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Universal)
Turbulence (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Volcano (20th Century Fox)

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