While we're all gearing up for the 2014 Academy Awards, there's a different sort of long-standing awards tradition that took place over the weekend: the Razzie Awards, which honors the best of the worst in film in each year. And this year M. Night Shyamalan and Will Smith's 'After Earth' and the celeb-heavy ensemble anthology comedy 'Movie 43' took home the most prizes with three awards each.
While the Academy Awards celebrate the best of the year, with the exception of Jonah Hill (Seriously, how is he nominated again?), we cannot overlook the contributions of the Golden Raspberry Awards, the Razzies, awarding the worst in film. And again, Adam Sandler seems to be the Razzie’s “favorite” actor.
Usually, the Golden Raspberry Awards (the anti-Oscars) announce their nominations the day before the Oscar nominations are announced, and give out their awards the day before the Oscars. This year Razzie founder John Wilson decided to do something a little different and announce the nominees the night before the Oscars, with the actual winners being announced on April Fool's Day,