2011 Razzie Award Winners

Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 9:40 am

2011 Razzie Award Winners

The 2011 Razzie Awards were held last night, the annual event which honors the absolute worst cranked out by Hollywood. In case you missed the ceremony, we have all the “winners” listed below.

2011 marked the 31st anniversary of the Razzie Awards (also known as the Golden Raspberry Awards), and the big winner of the night was The Last Airbender, the jumbled action/fantasy film from director M. Night Shyamalan. Coming in second place was Sex and the City 2, the awful comedy aimed at the menopause crowd.

Sadly, no celebrity had the guts to show up in 2011 and accept their award personally. Last year, Sandra Bullock made headlines for picking up her Worst Actress trophy for All About Steve, just one night before receiving a Best Actress Oscar for The Blind Side.

Here are the winners in all their craptastic glory:

Worst Picture

Worst Actor

Worst Actress

Worst Supporting Actor

Worst Supporting Actress

Worst Eye-Gouging Mis-Use of 3-D

Worst Screen Couple/Ensemble

Worst Director

Worst Screenplay

Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel

That concludes our look at the 2011 Razzie Award winners. Luckily for fans of bad movies, Hollywood has a whole slew of crap in store for us during the coming year, including the most sequels in the history of motion pictures. That means the 2012 Razzie Awards may be the best yet. Stay tuned to Only Good Movies for more.

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4 Responses to “2011 Razzie Award Winners”

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March 1, 2011

barbiebird

he is right that no celebrity had the guts to show up in 2011 and accept their award personally… :(

March 19, 2011

Hank Moody

Sex and the City 2 is indeed the worst prequel ever… ;)

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