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    Posted: November 13 2011 at 1:04pm

Twenty-Third Annual RAZZIE® Awards (for 2002)

Presented at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, March 22, 2003


"Winners" Denoted in Bold Face


Worst Picture:

THE ADVENTURES of PLUTO NASH (Warner Bros.)

CROSSROADS (Paramount)

Roberto Benigni’s PINOCCHIO (Miramax)

STAR WARS: EPISODE II: ATTACK OF THE CLONES (20th Century-Fox/Lucasfilm)

SWEPT AWAY (Screen Gems)

 

Worst Actor:

Roberto Benigni (Dubbed GODZILLA-Style by Breckin Meyer) PINOCCHIO

Adriano Giannini/SWEPT AWAY

Eddie Murphy/ADVENTURES of PLUTO NASH, I SPY and SHOWTIME

Steven Seagal/HALF PAST DEAD

Adam Sandler/ADAM SANDLER’S 8 CRAZY NIGHTS and MR. DEEDS

 

Worst Actress:

Angelina Jolie/LIFE, OR SOMETHING LIKE IT

Jennifer Lopez/ENOUGH and MAID IN MANHATTAN

Madonna/SWEPT AWAY (TIE)

Winona Ryder/MR. DEEDS 

Britney Spears/CROSSROADS (TIE)       

 

Worst Supporting Actor:

Hayden Christensen/STAR WARS/EPISODE II: YADA-YADA-YODA             

Tom Green/STEALING HARVARD

Freddie Prinze, Jr./SCOOBY DOO

Christopher Walken/THE COUNTRY BEARS

Robin Williams/DEATH TO SMOOCHY

 

Worst Supporting Actress:

Lara Flynn Boyle/MEN IN BLACK II

Bo Derek/MASTER OF DISGUISE

Madonna/DIE ANOTHER DAY

Natalie Portman/STAR WARS: EPISODE…WHO CARES?

Rebecca Ramijn-Stamos/ROLLERBALL

 

MOST FLATULENT TEEN-TARGETED MOVIE (New Category!)

ADAM SANDLER’s 8 CRAZY NIGHTS (Sony/Columbia)                        

CROSSROADS (Paramount)                   

JACKASS: THE MOVIE (Paramount)                   

SCOOBY DOO (Warner Bros.)                               

XXX (Sony/Revolution)

 

Worst Screen Couple:

Adriano Giannini & Madonna/SWEPT AWAY

Roberto Benigni* & Nicoletta Braschi/Benigni’s PINOCCHIO

Hayden Christensen & Natalie Portman/STAR WARS/EPISODE II: SEND IN THE CLONES

Eddie Murphy & EITHER Robert deNiro (SHOWTIME) Owen Wilson (I SPY) or Himself Cloned (THE ADVENTURES OF PLUTO NASH)

Britney Spears & Whatever-His-Name-Was/CROSSROADS

 

Worst Director:

Roberto Benigni/PINOCCHIO       

Tamra Davis/CROSSROADS

George Lucas/STAR WARS/EPISODE II: ATTACK OF THE GROANS

Guy Ritchie/SWEPT AWAY

Ron Underwood/THE ADVENTURES of PLUTO NASH

 

Worst Remake or Sequel:

I SPY (Sony/Columbia)                     

MR. DEEDS (Columbia/New Line)             

Roberto Benigni’s PINOCCHIO (Miramax)

STAR WARS/EPISODE II: WHAT-EVER (20th Century-Fox)                                         

SWEPT AWAY (Screen Gems)                                                                       

 

Worst Screenplay:

THE ADVENTURES of PLUTO NASH, Written by Neil Cuthbert                                                         

CROSSROADS, Screenplay by Shonda Rhimes

Roberto Benigni’s PINOCCHIO, Screenplay by Vincenzo Cerami and Roberto Benigni

STAR WARS: EPISODE II: THE BOREDOM CONTINUES,

Screenplay by George Lucas and Jonathon Hales                

SWEPT AWAY. Screenplay by Guy Ritchie

 

WORST ‘ORIGINAL’ SONG

“Die Another Day” from DIE ANOTHER DAY, written by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzai

“I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman” from CROSSROADS, Written by Max Martin, “Rami” & Dido Armstrong

“Overprotected” from CROSSROADS, Written by Max Martin and “Rami”

NOMINATIONS & "Wins" PER FILM:

SWEPT AWAY – 7 Nominations, 5 "Wins" (Picture, Actress, Screen Couple, Director and Remake or Sequel)

CROSSROADS – 8 Nominations, 1 "Win" (Worst Actress) 

STAR WARS EPISODE II – 7 Nominations, 2 "Wins" (Supporting Actor and Screenplay)

Roberto Benigni’s PINOCCHIO – 6 Nominations, 1 "Win" (Worst Actor)

THE ADVENTURES OF PLUTO NASH – 5 Nominations, NO "Wins"

HISTORIC NOTE: SWEPT AWAY was the first film ever to "win" both Worst Picture and Worst Remake


©2003, The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation

 

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