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JollyGoodFCAS 02-10-2020 01:05 PM

What is the best Worst Picture winner
 
At the Razzies I mean. Here is a list

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden..._Worst_Picture

Spoiler:
2018 - "Holmes and Watson"
2017 - "The Emoji Movie"
2016 - "Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party"
2015 (tie) - "Fantastic Four"
2015 (tie) - "50 Shades of Grey"
2014 - "Saving Christmas"
2013 - "Movie 43"
2012 - "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2"
2011 - "Jack and Jill"
2010 - "The Last Airbender"
2009 - "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
2008 - "The Love Guru"
2007 - "I Know Who Killed Me"
2006 - "Basic Instinct 2"
2005 - "Dirty Love"
2004 - "Catwoman"
2003 - "Gigli"
2002 - "Swept Away"
2001 - "Freddy Got Fingered"
2000 - "Battlefield Earth"
1999 - "Wild Wild West"
1998 - "Burn Hollywood Burn"
1997 - "The Postman"
1996 - "Striptease"
1995 - "Showgirls"
1994 - "Color of Night"
1993 - "Indecent Proposal"
1992 - "Shining Through"
1991 - "Hudson Hawk"
1990 (tie) - "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane"
1990 (tie) - "Ghosts Can't Do It"
1989 - "Star Trek V"
1988 - "Cocktail"
1987 - "Leonard Part 6"
1986 (tie) - "Howard the Duck"
1986 (tie) - "Under the Cherry Moon"
1985 - "Rambo: First Blood Part 2"
1984 - "Bolero"
1983 - "The Lonely Lady"
1982 - "Inchon"
1981 - "Mommy Dearest"
1980 - "Can't Stop the Music"

Patience 02-10-2020 01:10 PM

crap - seen 20 of them

JollyGoodFCAS 02-10-2020 01:14 PM

That's a toughie - on the one hand even the worst of the Star Trek movies are still watchable, but then again, tough to root against Bolero because Bo Derek :love:

ReserveRage 02-10-2020 01:25 PM

I've only seen 13 of them, but very hard to top the horribleness of Travolta in "Battlefield Earth." I remember "The Postman" got all kind of terrible reviews, but I thought it wasn't so bad if you didn't take it too seriously.

3rookie 02-10-2020 01:28 PM

Ford Fairlane
Indecent Proposal
Showgirls

Can't Stop the Music is terrible. It was Bruce Jenner's breakout film. I get it confused with Thank God It's Friday.

Patience 02-10-2020 01:33 PM

I liked Rambo II

and why twilight 2 - they were all equally awful.

I am also assuming the Shade Of Grey sequels didn't improve either

Star Trek V - only that bad compared to its cost and expectations - Return Of Swamp Thing, Nightmare On Elm St V, Police Academy VI, The Amityville Curse

JollyGoodFCAS 02-10-2020 01:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Patience (Post 9805103)
and why twilight 2 - they were all equally awful.

I am also assuming the Shade Of Grey sequels didn't improve either

As with the Oscars, this is all done by year, so the other Twilight/Shades of Grey sequels were probably outrazzed. I imagine there are many more bad movies than good ones that come out each year so it's some stiff competition. Tough to say, though, since I've seen just 2 Golden Raspberry winners in their entirety and parts of 4 others so difficult for me to rank them.

Whoaminoneofyourbusiness 02-10-2020 01:43 PM

I actually like watching bad movies because I find terrible acting to be funny, but Cats was just too much. Not funny, just creepy. I wanted to leave within five minutes but couldn't since I saw it with a friend. Overall that movie is trash and there's no way it can be topped

LocustStreetBlues 02-10-2020 02:06 PM

Freddie Got Fingered, and it's not even close

Vorian Atreides 02-10-2020 02:08 PM

Star Trek V. No question here.



Now . . . If we're talking "the worst-of-the-worst" as the definition of "best of the worst" . . . that's got to be Leonard Part 6.


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