Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture

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Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
Awarded forWorst in film
CountryUnited States
Presented byGolden Raspberry Award Foundation
First awarded1980
Currently held byThe Emoji Movie (2017)
Websitewww.razzies.com

The Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture is an award given out at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards to the worst film of the past year. Over the 38 ceremonies that have taken place, there have been 197 films nominated for Worst Picture and 41 winners including three ties.

Following is a list of nominees and recipients of that award, including each film's distribution company and producer(s).

Winners and nominees[edit]

1980s[edit]

1980
1st Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Can't Stop the Music Associated Film Distribution Allan Carr
Cruising Lorimar Productions, United Artists Jerry Weintraub
The Formula MGM, United Artists Steve Shagan
Friday the 13th Paramount Pictures Sean S. Cunningham
The Nude Bomb Universal Studios Jennings Lang
The Jazz Singer Associated Film Distribution Jerry Leider
Raise the Titanic Associated Film Distribution William Frye
Saturn 3 Associated Film Distribution Stanley Donen
Windows United Artists Mike Lobell
Xanadu Universal Studios Lawrence Gordon
1981
2nd Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Mommie Dearest Paramount Pictures Frank Yablans
Endless Love Universal Studios, PolyGram Dyson Lovell
Heaven's Gate United Artists Joann Carelli
The Legend of the Lone Ranger Universal Studios, Associated Film Distribution Walter Coblenz
Tarzan, the Ape Man MGM, United Artists John Derek
1982
3rd Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Inchon MGM Mitsuharu Ishii
Annie Columbia Pictures Ray Stark
Butterfly Analysis Film Releasing Matt Cimber
Megaforce 20th Century Fox Albert S. Ruddy
The Pirate Movie 20th Century Fox David Joseph
1983
4th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Lonely Lady Universal Studios Robert R. Weston
Hercules MGM, United Artists, Cannon Films Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan
Jaws 3-D Universal Studios Rupert Hitzig
Stroker Ace Warner Bros., Universal Studios Hank Moonjean
Two of a Kind 20th Century Fox Roger M. Rothstein and Joe Wizan
1984
5th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Bolero Cannon Films Bo Derek
Cannonball Run II Warner Bros. Albert S. Ruddy
Rhinestone 20th Century Fox Marvin Worth and Howard Smith
Sheena Columbia Pictures Paul Aratow
Where the Boys Are '84 TriStar Pictures Allan Carr
1985
6th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Rambo: First Blood Part II Columbia Pictures Buzz Feitshans
Fever Pitch MGM, United Artists Freddie Fields
Revolution Warner Bros. Irwin Winkler
Rocky IV MGM, United Artists Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff
Year of the Dragon MGM, United Artists Dino De Laurentiis
1986
7th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Howard the Duck Universal Studios Gloria Katz
Under the Cherry Moon Warner Bros. Bob Cavallo, Joe Ruffalo and Steve Fargnoli
Blue City Paramount Pictures William L. Hayward and Walter Hill
Cobra Warner Bros., Cannon Films Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan
Shanghai Surprise MGM John Kohn
1987
8th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Leonard Part 6 Columbia Pictures Bill Cosby
Ishtar Columbia Pictures Warren Beatty
Jaws: The Revenge Universal Studios Joseph Sargent
Tough Guys Don't Dance Cannon Films Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan
Who's That Girl Warner Bros. Rosilyn Heller and Bernard Williams
1988
9th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Cocktail Touchstone Pictures Ted Field and Robert W. Cort
Caddyshack II Warner Bros. Neil Canton, Jon Peters and Peter Guber
Hot to Trot Warner Bros. Steve Tisch
Mac and Me Orion Pictures R. J. Louis
Rambo III TriStar Pictures, Carolco Pictures Buzz Feitshans
1989
10th Golden Raspberry Awards
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Paramount Pictures Harve Bennett
The Karate Kid Part III Columbia Pictures Jerry Weintraub
Lock Up TriStar Pictures, Carolco Pictures Charles Gordon and Lawrence Gordon
Road House United Artists Joel Silver
Speed Zone Orion Pictures Murray Shostack

1990s[edit]

1990
11th Golden Raspberry Awards[1]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane 20th Century Fox Steven Perry and Joel Silver
Ghosts Can't Do It Triumph Releasing Bo Derek
The Bonfire of the Vanities Warner Bros. Brian De Palma
Graffiti Bridge Warner Bros. Randy Phillips and Craig Rice
Rocky V United Artists Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler
1991
12th Golden Raspberry Awards[2]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Hudson Hawk TriStar Pictures Joel Silver
Cool as Ice Universal Studios Carolyn Pfeiffer and Lionel Wingram
Dice Rules Seven Arts Productions Loucas George
Nothing but Trouble Warner Bros. Lester Berman and Robert K. Weiss
Return to the Blue Lagoon Columbia Pictures William A. Graham
1992
13th Golden Raspberry Awards[3]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Shining Through 20th Century Fox Carol Baum and Howard Rosenman
The Bodyguard Warner Bros. Kevin Costner, Lawrence Kasdan and Jim Wilson
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery Warner Bros. Alexander Salkind and Ilya Salkind
Final Analysis Warner Bros. Paul Junger Witt, Charles Roven and Tony Thomas
Newsies Walt Disney Pictures Michael Finnell
1993
14th Golden Raspberry Awards[4]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Indecent Proposal Paramount Pictures Sherry Lansing
Body of Evidence MGM, United Artists Dino De Laurentiis
Cliffhanger TriStar Pictures, Carolco Pictures Renny Harlin and Alan Marshall
Last Action Hero Columbia Pictures John McTiernan and Stephen J. Roth
Sliver Paramount Pictures Robert Evans
1994
15th Golden Raspberry Awards[5]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Color of Night Hollywood Pictures Buzz Feitshans and David Matalon
North Columbia Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment Rob Reiner and Alan Zweibel
On Deadly Ground Warner Bros. A. Kitman Ho, Julius R. Nasso and Steven Seagal
The Specialist Warner Bros. Jerry Weintraub
Wyatt Earp Warner Bros. Kevin Costner, Lawrence Kasdan and Jim Wilson
1995
16th Golden Raspberry Awards[6]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Showgirls MGM, United Artists Charles Evans and Alan Marshall
Congo Paramount Pictures Kathleen Kennedy and Sam Mercer
It's Pat Touchstone Pictures Charles B. Wessler
The Scarlet Letter Hollywood Pictures Roland Joffé and Andrew G. Vajna
Waterworld Universal Studios Kevin Costner, John Davis, Charles Gordon and Lawrence Gordon
1996
17th Golden Raspberry Awards[7]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Striptease Columbia Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment Andrew Bergman and Mike Lobell
Barb Wire PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Gramercy Pictures Todd Moyer, Mike Richardson and Brad Wyman
Ed Universal Studios Rosalie Swedlin
The Island of Dr. Moreau New Line Cinema Edward R. Pressman
The Stupids New Line Cinema, Savoy Pictures Leslie Belzberg
1997
18th Golden Raspberry Awards[8]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Postman Warner Bros. Kevin Costner, Steve Tisch and Jim Wilson
Anaconda Columbia Pictures Verna Harrah, Carole Little and Leonard Rabinowitz
Batman & Robin Warner Bros. Peter MacGregor-Scott
Fire Down Below Warner Bros. Julius R. Nasso and Steven Seagal
Speed 2: Cruise Control 20th Century Fox Jan de Bont, Steve Perry and Michael Peyser
1998
19th Golden Raspberry Awards[9]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn Hollywood Pictures Ben Myron and Joe Eszterhas
Armageddon Touchstone Pictures Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer
The Avengers Warner Bros. Jerry Weintraub
Godzilla TriStar Pictures Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin
Spice World Columbia Pictures Uri Fruchtan, Mark L. Rosen and Barnaby Thompson
1999
20th Golden Raspberry Awards[10]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Wild Wild West Warner Bros. Jon Peters and Barry Sonnenfeld
Big Daddy Columbia Pictures Sidney Ganis and Jack Giarraputo
The Blair Witch Project Artisan Entertainment Robin Cowie and Gregg Hale
The Haunting DreamWorks Susan Arthur, Donna Roth and Colin Wilson
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 20th Century Fox Rick McCallum and George Lucas

2000s[edit]

2000
21st Golden Raspberry Awards[11]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Battlefield Earth Warner Bros., Franchise Pictures Jonathan D. Krane, Elie Samaha and John Travolta
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 Artisan Entertainment Bill Carraro
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas Universal Studios Bruce Cohen
Little Nicky New Line Cinema Jack Giarraputo and Robert Simonds
The Next Best Thing Paramount Pictures Leslie Dixon, Linne Radmin and Tom Rosenberg
2001
22nd Golden Raspberry Awards[12]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Freddy Got Fingered 20th Century Fox Larry Brezner, Howard Lapides and Lauren Lloyd
Driven Warner Bros., Franchise Pictures Renny Harlin, Elie Samaha and Sylvester Stallone
Glitter 20th Century Fox, Columbia Pictures Laurence Mark and E. Bennett Walsh
Pearl Harbor Touchstone Pictures Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer
3000 Miles to Graceland Warner Bros., Franchise Pictures Demian Lichtenstein, Eric Manes, Elie Samaha, Richard Spero and Andrew Stevens
2002
23rd Golden Raspberry Awards[13]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Swept Away Screen Gems Matthew Vaughn
The Adventures of Pluto Nash Warner Bros. Martin Bregman, Michael Scott Bregman and Louis A. Stroller
Crossroads Paramount Pictures Ann Carli
Pinocchio Miramax Films Gianluigi Braschi, Nicoletta Braschi and Elda Ferri
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones 20th Century Fox Rick McCallum and George Lucas
2003
24th Golden Raspberry Awards[14]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Gigli Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios Martin Brest and Casey Silver
The Cat in the Hat Universal Studios, DreamWorks Brian Grazer
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Columbia Pictures Drew Barrymore, Leonard Goldberg and Nancy Juvonen
From Justin to Kelly 20th Century Fox John Steven Agoglia
The Real Cancun New Line Cinema Mary-Ellis Bunim, Jonathan Murray, Jamie Schutz and Rick de Oliveira
2004
25th Golden Raspberry Awards[15]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Catwoman Warner Bros. Denise Di Novi and Edward McDonnell
Alexander Warner Bros. Moritz Borman, Jon Kilik, Thomas Schuhly and Iain Smith
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 Triumph Films Steven Paul
Surviving Christmas DreamWorks Betty Thomas and Jenno Topping
White Chicks Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios Rick Alvarez, Lee R. Mayes, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans
2005
26th Golden Raspberry Awards[16]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Dirty Love First Look Pictures John Mallory Asher, BJ Davis, Rod Hamilton, Kimberley Kates, Michael Manasseri, Jenny McCarthy and Trent Walford
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Columbia Pictures Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider
The Dukes of Hazzard Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Bill Gerber
House of Wax Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Susan Levin, Joel Silver and Robert Zemeckis
Son of the Mask New Line Cinema Erica Huggins and Scott Kroopf
2006
27th Golden Raspberry Awards[17]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Basic Instinct 2 MGM, C2 Pictures Mario Kassar, Joel B. Michaels and Andrew G. Vajna
BloodRayne Romar Entertainment Uwe Boll, Dan Clarke and Wolfgang Herrold
Lady in the Water Warner Bros. Sam Mercer, Jose L. Rodriguez and M. Night Shyamalan
Little Man Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios Rick Alvares, Lee Mays, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans
The Wicker Man Warner Bros. Nicolas Cage, Randall Emmett, Norm Golightly, Avi Lerner and Joanne Sellar
2007
28th Golden Raspberry Awards[18]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
I Know Who Killed Me TriStar Pictures David Grace and Frank Mancuso Jr.
Bratz Lionsgate Avi Arad, Isaac Larian and Steven Paul
Daddy Day Camp TriStar Pictures, Revolution Studios Matt Berenson, John Davis and Wyck Godfrey
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry Universal Studios Adam Sandler and Tom Shadyac
Norbit DreamWorks John Davis, Eddie Murphy and Michael Tollin
2008
29th Golden Raspberry Awards[19]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Love Guru Paramount Pictures Gary Barber, Michael DeLuca and Mike Myers
Disaster Movie and Meet the Spartans Lionsgate, 20th Century Fox Jason Friedberg, Peter Safran and Aaron Seltzer
The Happening 20th Century Fox Barry Mendel, Sam Mercer and M. Night Shyamalan
The Hottie & the Nottie Regent Releasing Hadeel Reda
In the Name of the King Boll KG, Brightlight Pictures Uwe Boll, Dan Clarke, Wolfgang Herrold and Shawn Williamson
2009
30th Golden Raspberry Awards[20]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks, Hasbro Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Ian Bryce, Tom DeSanto and Don Murphy
All About Steve 20th Century Fox Sandra Bullock and Mary McLaglen
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Paramount Pictures, Hasbro Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Bob Ducsay and Brian Goldner
Land of the Lost Universal Studios Sid and Marty Krofft and Jimmy Miller
Old Dogs Walt Disney Pictures Peter Abrams, Robert Levy and Andrew Panay

2010s[edit]

2010
31st Golden Raspberry Awards[21]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Last Airbender Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, Sam Mercer and M. Night Shyamalan
The Bounty Hunter Columbia Pictures Neal H. Moritz
Sex and the City 2 New Line Cinema, HBO Films, Village Roadshow Pictures Michael Patrick King, John Melfi, Sarah Jessica Parker and Darren Star
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Summit Entertainment Wyck Godfrey and Karen Rosenfelt
Vampires Suck 20th Century Fox Jason Friedberg, Peter Safran and Aaron Seltzer
2011
32nd Golden Raspberry Awards[22]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Jack and Jill Columbia Pictures Todd Garner, Jack Giarraputo and Adam Sandler
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star Columbia Pictures Barry Bernardi, Allen Covert, David Dorfman and Jack Giarraputo
New Year's Eve Warner Bros., New Line Cinema Mike Karz, Garry Marshall and Wayne Allan Rice
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Paramount Pictures Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Ian Bryce, Tom DeSanto and Don Murphy
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Summit Entertainment Wyck Godfrey, Stephenie Meyer and Karen Rosenfelt
2012
33rd Golden Raspberry Awards[23]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Summit Entertainment Wyck Godfrey, Stephenie Meyer and Karen Rosenfelt
Battleship Universal Studios Sarah Aubrey, Peter Berg, Brian Goldner, Duncan Henderson, Bennett Schneir and Scott Stuber
The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure Lionsgate Films, Romar Entertainment, Kenn Viselman Presents Gayle Dickie, Kenn Viselman
That's My Boy Columbia Pictures Allen Covert, Jack Giarraputo, Heather Parry and Adam Sandler
A Thousand Words Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Nicolas Cage, Alain Chabat, Stephanie Danan, Norman Golightly, Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett
2013
34th Golden Raspberry Awards[24]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Movie 43 Relativity Media Peter Farrelly, Ryan Kavanaugh, John Penotti and Charles B. Wessler
After Earth Columbia Pictures James Lassiter, Caleeb Pinkett, Jada Pinkett Smith, M. Night Shyamalan, Will Smith and Jaden Smith
Grown Ups 2 Columbia Pictures Jack Giarraputo and Adam Sandler
The Lone Ranger Walt Disney Pictures Jerry Bruckheimer and Gore Verbinski
A Madea Christmas Lionsgate Ozzie Areu, Matt Moore and Tyler Perry
2014
35th Golden Raspberry Awards[25]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Saving Christmas Samuel Goldwyn Films Darren Doane, Raphi Henley, Amanda Rosser and David Shannon
Left Behind Freestyle Releasing, Entertainment One Michael Walker and Paul LaLonde
The Legend of Hercules Summit Entertainment Boaz Davidson, Renny Harlin, Danny Lerner and Les Weldon
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Platinum Dunes Michael Bay, Ian Bryce, Andrew Form, Bradley Fuller, Scott Mednick and Galen Walker
Transformers: Age of Extinction Paramount Pictures Ian Bryce, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Don Murphy
2015
36th Golden Raspberry Awards[26]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Fantastic Four 20th Century Fox Simon Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn, Hutch Parker, Robert Kulzer and Gregory Goodman
Fifty Shades of Grey Universal Pictures, Focus Features Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti and E. L. James
Jupiter Ascending Warner Bros. Grant Hill and The Wachowskis
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 Columbia Pictures Todd Garner, Kevin James and Adam Sandler
Pixels Columbia Pictures Adam Sandler, Chris Columbus, Mark Radcliffe and Allen Covert
2016
37th Golden Raspberry Awards[27]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party Quality Flix Gerald R. Molen
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Bros. Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder
Dirty Grandpa Lionsgate Bill Block, Michael Simkin, Jason Barrett and Barry Josephson
Gods of Egypt Summit Entertainment Basil Iwanyk and Alex Proyas
Independence Day: Resurgence 20th Century Fox Dean Devlin, Harald Kloser and Roland Emmerich
Zoolander 2 Paramount Pictures Stuart Cornfeld, Scott Rudin, Ben Stiller and Clayton Townsend
2017
38th Golden Raspberry Awards [28]
Film Production company(s) Producer(s)
The Emoji Movie Columbia Pictures Michelle Raimo Kouyate
Baywatch Paramount Pictures Ivan Reitman, Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz, Gregory J. Bonann and Beau Flynn
Fifty Shades Darker Universal Pictures Michael De Luca, E. L. James, Dana Brunetti and Marcus Viscidi
The Mummy Universal Pictures Alex Kurtzman, Chris Morgan, Sean Daniel and Sarah Bradshaw
Transformers: The Last Knight Paramount Pictures Don Murphy, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Ian Bryce

External links[edit]

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