19th Golden Raspberry Awards

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19th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date March 20, 1999
Site Huntley Hotel Garden Room, Santa Monica, California
Highlights
Worst Picture An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn
Most awards An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (5)
Most nominations An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn and The Avengers (both 9)
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The 19th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 20, 1999 at the Huntley Hotel Garden Room in Santa Monica, California to recognize the worst movie industry had to offer in 1998. The list of nominees follows, with recipients denoted in bold.[1][2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (Hollywood Pictures)
Armageddon (Touchstone)
The Avengers (Warner Bros.)
Godzilla (TriStar)
Spice World (Columbia)
Worst Actor Bruce Willis in Armageddon, Mercury Rising, and The Siege as Harry Stamper, Art Jeffries and William Devereaux
Ralph Fiennes in The Avengers as John Steed
Ryan O'Neal in An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn as James Edmunds
Ryan Phillippe in 54 as Shane O'Shea
Adam Sandler in The Waterboy as Bobby Boucher
Worst Actress The Spice Girls in Spice World as themselves
Yasmine Bleeth in BASEketball as Jenna Reed
Anne Heche in Psycho as Marion Crane
Jessica Lange in Hush as Martha Baring
Uma Thurman in The Avengers as Emma Peel
Worst Supporting Actor Joe Eszterhas (as himself) in An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn
Sean Connery in The Avengers as Sir August de Wynter
Roger Moore in Spice World as The Chief
Joe Pesci in Lethal Weapon 4 as Leo Getz
Sylvester Stallone (as himself) in An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn
Worst Supporting Actress Maria Pitillo in Godzilla as Audrey Timmonds
Ellen Albertini Dow in 54 as Disco Dottie
Jenny McCarthy in BASEketball as Yvette Denslow
Liv Tyler in Armageddon as Grace Stamper
Raquel Welch in Chairman of the Board as Grace Kosik
Worst Screen Couple Leonardo DiCaprio (as twins) in The Man in the Iron Mask
Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler in Armageddon
"Any combination of two characters, body parts or fashion accessories" in Spice World
"Any combination of two people playing themselves (or playing with themselves)" in An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn
Ralph Fiennes and Uma Thurman in The Avengers
Worst Remake or Sequel The Avengers (Warner Bros.), Godzilla (TriStar), Psycho (Universal) (tie) (The only three-way tie in the awards' history.)
Lost in Space (New Line Cinema)
Meet Joe Black (Universal)
Worst Director Gus Van Sant for Psycho
Michael Bay for Armageddon
Jeremiah S. Chechik for The Avengers
Roland Emmerich for Godzilla
Alan Smithee (also known as Arthur Hiller) for An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn
Worst Screenplay An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, written by Joe Eszterhas
Armageddon, screenplay by Jonathan Hensleigh and J. J. Abrams
The Avengers, written by Don MacPherson
Godzilla, screenplay by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, story by Roland Emmerich & Dean Devlin and Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio
Spice World, written by Kim Fuller, idea by Fuller and the Spice Girls
Worst New Star Joe Eszterhas (as himself) in An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, Jerry Springer in Ringmaster (tie)
Barney in Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie as himself
Carrot Top in Chairman of the Board as Edison
The Spice Girls in Spice World as themselves
Worst Original Song "I Wanna Be Mike Ovitz!" from An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, written by Joe Eszterhas and Gary G-Wiz
"Barney, the Song" from Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie, written by Jerry Herman
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from Armageddon, written by Diane Warren
"Storm" from The Avengers, written by Bruce Woolley, Chris Elliott, Marius deVries, Betsy Cook, and Andy Caine
"Too Much" from Spice World, written by the Spice Girls, Andy Watkins, and Paul Wilson
Worst Movie Trends of the Year "Gidgets 'n' geezers (58-year-old leading men wooing 28-year-old leading ladies)"
"If you've seen the trailer, why bother to see the movie? (previews that give away the film's entire plot)"
"30 minutes of story – conveyed in less than three hours (l-o-n-g-e-r movies... shorter plots)"
"THX: The audio is deafening. (movie sound so loud it constitutes assault with a deafening weapon)"
"Yo quiero tacky tie-ins (Mega-zillion-dollar cross-promotional overkill: Armageddon, Godzilla, etc.)"

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