23rd Golden Raspberry Awards

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23rd Golden Raspberry Awards
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The 23rd Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony was held at the Sheraton Hotel.
Date March 22, 2003
Site Sheraton Hotel, Santa Monica, California
Highlights
Worst Picture Swept Away
Most awards Swept Away (5)
Most nominations Crossroads (8)
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The 23rd Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 22, 2003 at the Sheraton Hotel in Santa Monica, California to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 2002. Pinocchio became the first foreign language film to be nominated for a Golden Raspberry for Worst Picture, and Madonna won Razzies for both Worst Actress (tied with Britney Spears) and Supporting Actress. The one-time-only category introduced this year was "Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted Movie". The complete list of nominees are as follows with winners marked in bold type:

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture
Guy Ritchie, director of Swept Away
Swept Away (Screen Gems)
The Adventures of Pluto Nash (Warner Bros.)
Crossroads (Paramount)
Pinocchio (Miramax)
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (20th Century Fox)
Worst Actor
Roberto Benigni
Roberto Benigni in Pinocchio as Pinocchio (dubbed Godzilla-style by Breckin Meyer)
Adriano Giannini in Swept Away as Giuseppe
Eddie Murphy in The Adventures of Pluto Nash, I Spy, and Showtime as Pluto Nash/Rex Crater, Kelly Robinson and Off. Trey Sellars (respectively)
Adam Sandler in Eight Crazy Nights and Mr. Deeds as Davey/Whitey/Eleanore/Deer and Longfellow Deeds (respectively)
Steven Seagal in Half Past Dead as Sasha Petrosevitch
Worst Actress
Britney Spears
Madonna in Swept Away as Amber Leighton (tie)
Britney Spears in Crossroads as Lucy Wagner (tie)
Angelina Jolie in Life or Something Like It as Lanie Kerrigan
Jennifer Lopez in Enough and Maid in Manhattan as Slim Hiller and Marisa Ventura (respectively)
Winona Ryder in Mr. Deeds as Babe Bennett
Worst Supporting Actor
Hayden Christensen
Hayden Christensen in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones as Anakin Skywalker
Tom Green in Stealing Harvard as Walter "Duff" Duffy
Freddie Prinze, Jr. in Scooby-Doo as Fred Jones
Christopher Walken in The Country Bears as Reed Thimple
Robin Williams in Death to Smoochy as Rainbow Randolph
Worst Supporting Actress
Madonna
Madonna in Die Another Day as Verity
Lara Flynn Boyle in Men in Black II as Serleena
Bo Derek in The Master of Disguise as Herself
Natalie Portman in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones as Padme Amidala
Rebecca Romijn in Rollerball as Aurora
Worst Screen Couple
Madonna
Adriano Giannini and Madonna in Swept Away
Roberto Benigni and Nicoletta Braschi in Pinocchio
Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Eddie Murphy and either Robert De Niro in Showtime, Owen Wilson in I Spy, or himself cloned in The Adventures of Pluto Nash
Britney Spears and Anson Mount in Crossroads
Worst Remake or Sequel
Guy Ritchie, director of Swept Away
Swept Away (Screen Gems) (remake of Swept Away by an Unusual Destiny in the Blue Sea of August)
I Spy (Columbia)
Mr. Deeds (Columbia/New Line Cinema)
Pinocchio (Miramax)
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (20th Century Fox)
Worst Director
Guy Ritchie
Guy Ritchie for Swept Away
Roberto Benigni for Pinocchio
Tamra Davis for Crossroads
George Lucas for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Ron Underwood for The Adventures of Pluto Nash
Worst Screenplay
George Lucas
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, screenplay by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales
The Adventures of Pluto Nash, written by Neil Cuthbert
Crossroads, screenplay by Shonda Rhimes
Pinocchio, screenplay by Vincenzo Cerami and Roberto Benigni
Swept Away, screenplay by Guy Ritchie
Worst Original Song "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" from Crossroads by Max Martin, Rami and Dido Armstrong
"Die Another Day" from Die Another Day by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzaï
"Overprotected" from Crossroads by Max Martin and Rami
Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted Movie
Spike Jonze, one of three producers of Jackass
Jackass: The Movie (Paramount)
Eight Crazy Nights (Columbia)
Crossroads (Paramount)
Scooby-Doo (Warner Bros.)
XXX (Columbia/Revolution)

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