© 1980-2005, Golden Raspberry Award Foundation and John Wilson

   
Home
News
Mailing List
Polls
Memberships
Archives
About Us
Advertise
Search

   
 

  
Presented at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Academy Room / March 23, 1997


Winners denoted in boldface type.

Worst Picture

  • BARB WIRE (Gramercy Pictures) Produced by Mike Richardson, Todd Moyer and Brad Wyman.
  • ED (Universal) Produced by Rosalie Swedlin.
  • THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (New Line) Produced by Edward R. Pressman.
  • STRIPTEASE (Castle Rock/Columbia) Produced by Mike Lobell.
  • THE STUPIDS (New Line/Savoy) Produced by Leslie Belzberg.

Worst Actor

  • (tie) Tom Arnold, BIG BULLY (Warner Bros.), CARPOOL (Warner Bros.) and THE STUPIDS (New Line/Savoy)
  • Keanu Reeves, CHAIN REACTION (20th Century-Fox)
  • Adam Sandler, BULLETPROOF (Universal) and HAPPY GILMORE (Universal)
  • (tie) Pauly Shore, BIO-DOME (MGM/UA)
  • Sylvester Stallone, DAYLIGHT (Universal)

Worst Actress

  • Whoopi Goldberg, BOGUS (Warner Bros.) EDDIE (Hollywood Pictures) and THEODORE REX (New Line)
  • Melanie Griffith, TWO MUCH (Touchstone Pictures)
  • Pamela Anderson Lee, BARB WIRE
  • Demi Moore, THE JUROR (Sony/Columbia) and STRIPTEASE (Castle Rock/Columbia)
  • Julia Roberts, MARY REILLY (TriStar)

Worst Screen Couple

  • Beavis and Butt-Head, BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD DO AMERICA (Paramount)
  • Marlon Brando and That Darn Dwarf, ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (New Line)
  • Matt LeBlanc and Ed (The Mechanical Monkey) ED (Universal)
  • Pamela Anderson Lee's "Impressive Enhancements", BARB WIRE (Gramercy Pictures)
  • Demi Moore and Burt Reynolds, STRIPTEASE (Castle Rock/Columbia)

Worst Supporting Actor

  • Marlon Brando, ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU
  • Val Kilmer, GHOST AND THE DARKNESS and ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU
  • Steven Seagal, EXECUTIVE DECISION
  • Burt Reynolds, STRIPTEASE
  • Quentin Tarantino, FROM DUSK 'TILL DAWN

Worst Supporting Actress

  • Faye Dunaway, THE CHAMBER and DUNSTON CHECKS IN
  • Jami Gertz, TWISTER
  • Melanie Griffith, MULHOLLAND FALLS
  • Daryl Hannah, TWO MUCH
  • Teri Hatcher, HEAVEN'S PRISONERS and 2 DAYS IN THE VALLEY

The Joe Eszterhas Worst Written Film Grossing Over $100 Million Award
(New Category)

  • THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (Disney) Animation Screenplay by Tab Murphy, Irene Mecchi, Bob Tzudiker & Noni White
  • INDEPENDENCE DAY (20th Century-Fox) Written by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich.
  • MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (Paramount) Based on The Television Series Created by Bruce Geller, Story by David Koepp and Steven Zaillian, Screenplay by Koepp and Robert Towne
  • A TIME TO KILL (Warner Bros.) Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman, Based on The Novel by John Grisham.
  • TWISTER (Warner Bros.) Written by Michael Chrichton & Anne-Marie Martin.

Worst Director

  • Andrew Bergman, STRIPTEASE
  • John Frankenheimer, ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU
  • Stephen Frears, MARY REILLY
  • John Landis, THE STUPIDS
  • Briant Levant, JINGLE ALL THE WAY (20th Century-Fox)

Worst Screenplay

  • BARB WIRE, Screenplay by Chuck Pfarrer and Ilene Chaiken, Story by Chaiken, Based Upon The Characters Appearing in The Dark Horse Comic.
  • ED, Screenplay by David Mickey Evans, Story by Ken Richards and Janus Cercone.
  • ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, Screenplay by Richard Stanley and Ron Hutchinson, Based on The Novel by H.G. Wells.
  • STRIPTEASE, Screenplay by Andrew Bergman, Based on The Book by Carl Hiaasen.
  • THE STUPIDS, Written by Brent Forrester, Based on Characters Created by James Marshall and Harry Allard.

Worst New Star

  • Beavis and Butt-Head, BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD DO AMERICA
  • Ellen deGeneres, MR. WRONG (Touchstone)
  • 'Friends' Cast Members Turned Movie-Star-Wanna-Be's (Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer)
  • Pamela Anderson Lee, BARB WIRE
  • The New "Serious" Sharon Stone DIABOLIQUE (Warner Bros.) and LAST DANCE (Touchstone)

Worst "Original" Song

  • "Pussy, Pussy, Pussy (Whose Kitty Cat Are You?)" from STRIPTEASE, Written by Marvin Montgomery.
  • "Welcome to Planet Boom! (a.k.a. This Boom's for You)" from BARB WIRE, Written by Tommy Lee.
  • "Whenever There is Love (Love Theme from DAYLIGHT) from DAYLIGHT, Written by Bruce Roberts and Sam Roman.

BREAKDOWN

  • STRIPTEASE - 7 Nominations, 6 Wins
  • ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU - 6 Nominations, 1 Win
  • BARB WIRE - 6 Nominations, 1 Win
  • THE STUPIDS - 4 Nominations, 1 Win
  • ED - 4 Nominations, Zip!
  • TWISTER - 2 Nominations, 1 Win
  • BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD DO AMERICA, DAYLIGHT, MARY REILLY, and TWO MUCH - 2 Each, but no wins
  • BIG BULLY, CARPOOL, BIO-DOME, and MULHOLLAND FALLS - 1 Nomination, 1 Win (100%!)

 

23/10/2014 05:39:56
Powered by HitSites Web Solutions
 


HitSites Web Solutions

Visitors:
Since 3.2.2000