Bunshun Kiichigo Awards

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Bunshun Kiichigo Awards
2007 Bunshun Kiichigo Awards
Awarded for Worst in Film
Country Japan
Presented by Bungeishunjū, Ltd.
First awarded January 24, 2005
Last awarded February 28, 2008

The Bunshun Kiichigo Awards (文春きいちご賞 - Bunshun Kiichigo Shou), or Bunshun Raspberry Awards, is an award presented in recognition of the worst in film. It was founded in 2005 by the Japanese publication company Bungeishunjū, Ltd. Each year, up to 10 movies are nominated for the award.

The first film to win 1st Place was Devilman (the live-action adaptation of Go Nagai's anime/manga series), which had already received negative reviews in Japan.

The Bunshun Kiichigo Awards are not limited strictly to domestic films; American and foreign films were selected as candidates as well. They include Thunderbirds (the live-action remake of Gerry Anderson's classic puppet show), the Hong Kong film 2046, War of the Worlds (the 2005 remake), and The Da Vinci Code.

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