15th Golden Raspberry Awards

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15th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date March 26, 1995
Site El Rey Hotel, Los Angeles, California
Highlights
Worst Picture Color of Night
Most awards The Specialist (2), Wyatt Earp (2), The Flintstones (2), and Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult (2)
Most nominations Color of Night (9)
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The 15th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 26, 1995 at the El Rey Hotel in Los Angeles, California, to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1994. Erotic thriller Color of Night became the only Golden Raspberry Worst Picture "winner" to not receive a single other Razzie (out of eight other nominations). Thumbelina became the first animated film to be nominated for and win a Razzie, which it received for Worst Original Song. The Specialist, Wyatt Earp, The Flintstones and Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult each took home two awards, even though the latter two weren't nominated for Worst Picture. The list of nominees follows, with recipients denoted in bold.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Color of Night – (Hollywood Pictures)
North – (Columbia) – Rob Reiner, Alan Zweibel
On Deadly Ground – (Warner Bros.) – Julius R. Nasso, Steven Seagal
The Specialist – (Warner Bros.) – Jerry Weintraub
Wyatt Earp – (Warner Bros.) – Kevin Costner, Lawrence Kasdan, Jim Wilson
Worst Actor Kevin Costner in Wyatt Earp as Wyatt Earp
Macaulay Culkin in Getting Even with Dad, The Pagemaster and Richie Rich as Timmy Gleason, Richard Tyler and Richie Rich (respectively)
Steven Seagal in On Deadly Ground as Forrest Taft
Sylvester Stallone in The Specialist as Ray Quick
Bruce Willis in Color of Night and North as Dr. Bill Capa and Narrator (respectively)
Worst Actress Sharon Stone in Intersection and The Specialist as Sally Eastman and May Munro (respectively)
Kim Basinger in The Getaway as Carol McCoy
Joan Chen in On Deadly Ground as Masu
Jane March in Color of Night as Rose
Uma Thurman in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues as Sissy Hankshaw
Worst Supporting Actor O. J. Simpson in Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult (Simpson was on trial for murder at the time of his "win".) as Detective Nordberg
Dan Aykroyd in Exit to Eden and North as Fred Lavery and Pa Tex (respectively)
Jane March (as Richie) in Color of Night
William Shatner in Star Trek Generations as James T. Kirk
Rod Steiger in The Specialist as Joe Leon
Worst Supporting Actress Rosie O'Donnell in Car 54, Where Are You?, Exit to Eden and The Flintstones as Lucille Toody, Sheila Kingston and Betty Rubble (respectively)
Kathy Bates in North as Alaskan Mother
Elizabeth Taylor in The Flintstones as Pearl Slaghoople
Lesley Ann Warren in Color of Night as Sondra Dorio
Sean Young in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues as Marie Barth
Worst Screen Couple Sylvester Stallone and Sharon Stone in The Specialist (tie)
Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in Interview with the Vampire (tie)
Dan Aykroyd and Rosie O'Donnell in Exit to Eden
Kevin Costner and "any of his three wives" (Annabeth Gish, Joanna Going, and Mare Winningham) in Wyatt Earp
Any combination of any two people from the same cast in Color of Night
Worst Director Steven Seagal for On Deadly Ground
Lawrence Kasdan for Wyatt Earp
John Landis for Beverly Hills Cop III
Rob Reiner for North
Richard Rush for Color of Night
Worst Screenplay The Flintstones, written by Tom S. Parker, Babaloo Mandel, Mitch Markowitz, Dava Savel, Brian Levant, Michael G. Wilson, Al Aidekman, Cindy Begel, Lloyd Garver, David Silverman, Stephen Sustarsic, Nancy Steen, Neil Thompson, Daniel Goldin, Joshua Goldin, Peter Martin Wortmann, Robert Conte, Jeff Reno, Ron Osborn, Bruce Cohen, Jason Hoffs, Kate Barker, Gary Ross, Rob Dames, Leonard Ripps, Fred Fox, Jr., Lon Diamond, David Richardson, Roy Teicher, Richard Gurman, Michael J. Di Gaetano, and Ruth Bennett (Although Jim Jennewein and Steven E. de Souza were both credited as primary screenwriters, first-billed writer Tom S. Parker was the only "winner" credited in the film; the other 31 recipients all wrote drafts of the screenplay.)
Color of Night, screenplay by Matthew Chapman and Billy Ray, story by Ray
Milk Money, written by John Mattson
North, screenplay by Alan Zweibel and Andrew Sheinman, from the novel by Zweibel
On Deadly Ground, written by Ed Horowitz & Rubin Russin
Worst New Star Anna Nicole Smith in Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult as Tanya Peters
Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Dumb and Dumber and The Mask as Ace Ventura, Lloyd Christmas and Stanley Ipkiss/The Mask (respectively)
Chris Elliott in Cabin Boy as Nathaniel Mayweather
Chris Isaak in Little Buddha as Dean Conrad
Shaquille O'Neal in Blue Chips as Neon Boudreaux
Worst Original Song "Marry the Mole!" from Thumbelina, music by Barry Manilow, lyrics by Jack Feldman
"The Color of the Night" from Color of Night, music and lyrics by Jud J. Friedman, Lauren Christy and Dominic Frontiere
"Under the Same Sun" from On Deadly Ground, written by Mark Hudson, Klaus Meine and Scott Fairbairn
Worst Remake or Sequel Wyatt Earp – (Warner Bros.) – Kevin Costner / Lawrence Kasdan / Jim Wilson
Beverly Hills Cop III – (Paramount) – Robert Rehme / Mace Neufeld
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold – (Columbia) – Billy Crystal
The Flintstones – (Universal) – Bruce Cohen
Love Affair – (Warner Bros.) – Warren Beatty

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