Precursor: Razzie Nominations

The Golden Raspberries have announced the nominees for its 31st Annual Film Awards. Below are the results.

Nomination Tallies

(9) The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Last Airbender
(7) Sex and the City 2
(4) The Bounty Hunter, Vampires Suck, Valentine’s Day
(3) Little Fockers
(2) Jonah Hex, Clash of the Titans, The Spy Next Door

The Nominations

Worst Picture

The Bounty Hunter
The Last Airbender
Sex and the City 2
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Vampires Suck

Worst Director

Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer – Vampires Suck
Michael Patrick King – Sex and the City 2
M. Night Shyamalan – The Last Airbender
David Slade – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Sylvester Stallone – The Expendables

Worst Actor

Jack Black – Gulliver’s Travels
Gerard Butler – The Bounty Hunter
Ashton Kutcher – Killers / Valentine’s Day
Taylor Lautner – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse / Valentine’s Day
Robert Pattinson – Remember Me / The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Worst Actress

Jennifer Aniston – The Bounty Hunter
Miley Cyrus – The Last Song
The Four ‘Gal Pals’ – Sex and The City 2
Megan Fox – Jonah Hex
Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Worst Supporting Actor

George Lopez – Marmaduke / The Spy Next Door / Valentine’s Day
Billy Ray Cyrus – The Spy Next Door
Dev Patel – The Last Airbender
Jackson Rathbone – The Last Airbender / The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Rob Schneider – Grown Ups

Worst Supporting Actress

Jessica Alba – The Killer Inside Me / Little Fockers / Machete / Valentine’s Day
Cher – Burlesque
Liza Minnelli – Sex and the City 2
Nicola Peltz – The Last Airbender
Barbra Streisand – Little Fockers

Worst Screen Couple/Ensemble

The Entire Cast of Sex and The City 2
The Entire Cast of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
The Entire Cast of The Last Airbender
Jennifer Aniston & Gerard Butler – The Bounty Hunter
Josh Brolin’s Face & Megan Fox’s Voice – Jonah Hex

Worst Eye-Gouging Use of 3D

Cats & Dogs 2: Revenge Of Kitty Galore
Clash of the Titans
The Last Airbender
The Nutcracker 3D
Saw 3D

Worst Screenplay

The Last Airbender
Little Fockers
Sex and the City 2
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Vampires Suck

Worst Prequel, Remake, Ripoff or Sequel

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Clash of the Titans
The Last Airbender
Sex and the City 2
Vampires Suck


Add a Comment
  1. We somehow forgot to post the nominees for Worst Supporting Actress, so I added them and updated the nominations tallies accordingly.

  2. Personally I am satisfied that Sex and the City 2 is on the list. That movie was shamelessly offending another culture and the ladies behaved like colonial masters.

    I didn´t see The Last Airbender….poor Shyamalan. I can´t believe he did The Sixth Sense long long long time ago. :((

    By the way I would add Ridley Scott´s Robin Hood to the list. For me it was the biggest disappointment of the year. A total disaster, a film with no soul.

  3. I totally agree with the razzies this year. Every nomination is worth it.

    This is a year con many nominations for few films.

    In Excellency and Mediocrity

  4. As a fan of the cartoon series, I can safely say that the potential was there, but it was wasted in this film. That’s why I gave it no stars.

  5. I’ve seen The Last Airbender. And I gave it half a star for some minor potential that was completely trodden on by ineptitude and a couple of nice, but underwhelming visual effects.

  6. You know, I don’t think any one on the discussion boards have bothered to watch The Last Airbender, but until I hear that they’ve seen it, I don’t think any one has the qualifications to award a movie one star or less. This is truly the embodiment of inept and bad filmmaking.

    And is there anyway I can start a national campaign to get Kristen Stewart the award for Worst Actress this year? I can’t think of a single actor/actress that is this consistently unbelievable and talentless.

    1. Kristen Stewart has already demonstrated that she can give a good performance, particularly in Speak (2004) and this year’s The Runaways, but too much judgment and focus is passed upon the Twilight films, as she’s really not required to do much in any of those films other than bite her bottom lip and look sullen. She has more beauty to spare than anything, not unlike most young Hollywood stars these days, but I don’t think it’s fair to say she’s talentless. I would reserve the talentless moniker for someone like Rob Schneider, who has literally done the same unfunny schtick over and over for decades, or Paul Walker, who has given a good impersonation of a big block of wood in each and every film. Others more deserving also include, Hayden Christensen, Jessica Alba, Megan Fox, Channing Tatum, Josh Hartnett, Mandy Moore and Chris Evans. But I guess we all have those we can’t stand in movies.

      1. Hayden Christensen has given a couple of good performances in “Life as a House” and “Shattered Glass” and Josh Hartnett was excellent in “The Virgin Suicides” and “Black Hawk Down.” And I can’t say I especially dislike Chris Evans, who was very good in “Sunshine” and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.” I completely agree with the others though (and for the most part agree with Christensen and Hartnett, who have ranged from terrible to passable in everything else they’ve been in).

        1. At least you didn’t defend Rob Schneider or Paul Walker, and I respect that. I forgot that I liked Hayden in Shattered Glass.

        2. Evans was also decent in The Losers, a film that should have been given a lot more credit than it was. It was a formulaic film, but it was entertaining…more so than a lot of crap that passes for mindless entertainment these days.

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