It’s once again time to commend a misfortune of a misfortune in film with a industry’s anti-Oscars.
The 34th annual Razzie Awards distinguished a year’s many terrible cinema Saturday in Los Angeles, handing out pseudo-accolades to those who helped make them.
The weird Movie 43, named misfortune crack of a year, and a sci-fi unconventional After Earth, starring father-son twin Will and Jaden Smith, were a night’s large winners, any garnering 3 of a Golden Raspberry Award Foundation’s prizes.
The short, raunchy companion stories that make adult Movie 43 took home misfortune executive (awarded to a 13 people who destined it) and misfortune screenplay (awarded to a 19 people who wrote it). The film also kick out After Earth, Grown-Ups 2, The Lone Ranger and A Madea Christmas for a “top” prize.
The Smiths didn’t transport too well, either. Jaden, 15, was awarded a misfortune actor Razzie, and his famous father picked adult a ancillary actor endowment — and to tip it off, a group won misfortune shade combo.
Tyler Perry pulled off a feat, winning misfortune singer for his drag purpose in A Madea Christmas, while Kim Kardashian anchored a particular behaving categories with a misfortune ancillary singer win for Tyler Perry’s Temptation.
And final year’s barbarous box-office bomb, The Lone Ranger, snagged a misfortune remake/rip-off or supplement award.
But there was certain news for Razzie unchanging Adam Sandler; he and his Grown Ups 2 walked divided empty-handed this year, creation it a usually worst-movie hopeful that unsuccessful to collect adult any hardware.
Votes for 8 of a 9 Razzie Awards were expel online by about 800 of a foundation’s members in 47 U.S. states and 15 unfamiliar countries. The misfortune shade combo endowment was motionless by votes from some-more than 80,000 RottenTomatoes.com users.