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And your Razzie 2014 winners are…

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The Academy Awards? Ha! Don’t make me laugh! Who needs to see Jennifer Lawrence trip when you can see entire films miss a step and stumble forward into a whole new level of terrible!


Held the night before the Oscars, the Razzies celebrate the worst of the worst of Hollywood. Without a doubt, Movie 43 won the majority of awards that night, scooping dishonours for worst picture, director and screenplay. Here’s the full list of “winners”:

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Picture – Movie 43

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Actor – Jaden Smith, After Earth 

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Actress – Tyler Perry, A Madea Christmas

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Supporting Actor – Will Smith, After Earth 

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Supporting Actress – Kim Kardashian, Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Screen Combo – Jaden Smith & Will Smith, After Earth

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel – The Lone Ranger 

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Director – The 13 people who directed Movie 43

Extras-bullet-points-micro3 Worst Screenplay – The 19 people who wrote Movie 43

Surprisingly, this year saw Razzie regulars Adam Sandler and Sylvester Stallone walk away empty-handed. Fortunately 2014 looks like it’ll have them in the running for the next Razzies awards.

Last Updated: March 3, 2014


  1. Gavin Mannion

    March 3, 2014 at 11:52

    After Earth was such an amazingly crap movie…


    • RinceThis

      March 3, 2014 at 12:08

      The potential, and then the execution. WOW…


    • Admiral Chief in Vegas

      March 3, 2014 at 12:56

      Good things I have not watched it then


    • Matthew Holliday

      March 3, 2014 at 13:20

      Didnt think it was as bad as people make it out to be.

      Jaden and Will werent exactly stellar, but the movie itself wasnt bad, it was just missing so much… stuff… Same as Oblivion.

      I actually thought Jadens acting was pretty acurate, not good, but accurate, hes an akward cocky teenager, and acted like one.
      As far as young/child actors go, it wasnt the worst performance of the season. It was atleast better than the kid from Enders Game.

      Im of the oppinion that the story/plot is 100% to blame for the crapness of the movie. its like they made a movie from sketch notes rather than a script.


      • Gavin Mannion

        March 3, 2014 at 13:42

        Granted I did watch Enders Game last night and while I liked the story I thought the kid was awful as an actor.


        • Skyblue

          March 4, 2014 at 00:58

          Agreed! It never bothered my 10yr old but my Mrs and I both found him lacking and it took away from the emotional impact of what should have been an awesome ending.


          • Skyblue

            March 4, 2014 at 01:03

            I will also be contributing to your legal fund btw, been a bit rof lately but should settle down this week and I shall make a donation before the week is out. Thank you for standing up for local gamers and doing your utmost to fix this broken system. I hope you make a decent example of that (edited for fear of legal action) :-p

  2. Matthew Holliday

    March 3, 2014 at 13:14

    This is unacceptable
    Keanu didnt even get so much as an honourable mention


  3. James Francis

    March 3, 2014 at 17:36

    I really don’t get why Movie 43 is getting so much grief. Practically every slapstick released in the last two years was worse than it. If you can stomach its raunchy humour, it is actually a really funny movie.


    • Kervyn Cloete

      March 4, 2014 at 07:49

      I still actually haven’t seen it in its entirety, but have seen several of the individual sketches. And I have to admit, while I had the occasional chuckle, I really found most of it bordering more on stupid than funny.

      That being said though, you’re completely right in that there are WAY, WAY worse slapstick movies that should rather have been lampooned. The same can be said for After Earth. It’s not a great film, but its not a total trainwreck either, but unfortunately there are few things that movie press enjoy more than a pile-on after one of their peers has crucified a movie.


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