Razzies 2016 Winners & Nominations

Razzies awards 2016

Razzies 2016 worst movies

Here are the Razzies nominations and award winners which are to bad movies what the Academy Awards are – supposedly – to good movies. The Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony was taking place on February 27th at the Palace theatre, downtown Los Angeles.

Not a lot if surprises this year when it came to nominations, most of these entries being already included in our 2015 worst movies list. That said, it was such a glorious year for bad movies that unfortunately there wasn’t enough space to include all worthy candidates – gems like Survivor, The Transporter Refueled, Aloha didn’t make it on that list.

The list of winners was however pretty disappointing, most of the voters focusing on Fifty Shades of Grey while other movies were also deserving an accolade. The only surprise was Fantastic Four sharing the top prize with Fifty Shades of Grey. Regarding acting, it was at least nice that performances by a redeemed Sylvester Stallone and worst supporting actor Eddie Redmayne’s got rewarded: while Mr. Stallone got too often targeted by the Razzies, he finally got some praise for some if his good work. On the other hand, despite being nominated for an Oscar for The Danish Girl this year, Academy Awards winner Eddie Redmayne was unbearable in Jupiter Ascending and I’m glad that performance also received a nod.

As for our favorite, you should get an idea by looking at the poster featured on the right.

Here is the complete list of Razzie winners and nominees:


  • Fantastic Four
  • Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Jupiter Ascending
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
  • Pixels


  • Andy Fickman, Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
  • Tom Six, Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)
  • Sam Taylor-Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Josh Trank, Fantastic Four
  • Andy and Lana Wachowski, Jupiter Ascending


  • Johnny Depp, Mortdecai
  • Jamie Dornan, Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Kevin James, Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
  • Adam Sandler, The Cobbler and Pixels
  • Channing Tatum, Jupiter Ascending


  • Katherine Heigl, Home Sweet Hell
  • Dakota Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Mila Kunis, Jupiter Ascending
  • Jennifer Lopez, The Boy Next Door
  • Gwyneth Paltrow, Mortdecai


  • Chevy Chase, Hot Tub Time Machine 2 and Vacation
  • Josh Gad, Pixels and The Wedding Ringer
  • Kevin James, Pixels
  • Jason Lee, Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip
  • Eddie Redmayne, Jupiter Ascending


  • Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip and The Wedding Ringer
  • Rooney Mara, Pan
  • Michelle Monaghan, Pixels
  • Julianne Moore, Seventh Son
  • Amanda Seyfried, Love the Coopers and Pan


  • Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip
  • Fantastic Four
  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2
  • Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)
  • Paul Blart Mall Cop 2


  • All Four “Fantastics,” Fantastic Four
  • Johnny Depp and His Glued-On Moustache, Mortdecai
  • Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Kevin James and EITHER His Segue OR His Glued-On Moustache, Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
  • Adam Sandler and Any Pair of Shoes, The Cobbler


  • Fantastic Four (screenplay by Simon Kinberg, Jeremy Slater and Josh Trank, Based on the Marvel comic book by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby)
  • Fifty Shades of Grey (screenplay by Kelly Marcel, Based on the Novel by E.L. James)
  • Jupiter Ascending (written by Andy and Lana Wachowski)
  • Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 (screenplay by Kevin James & Nick Bakay)
  • Pixels (screenplay by Tim Herlihy and Timothy Dowling, Story by Herlihy, Based on a Work by Patrick Jean)


  • Elizabeth Banks (RAZZIE “Winner” for MOVIE 47, Multiple Hit Movies This Year)
  • M. Night Shyamalan (Perennial RAZZIE nominee & “winner,” director of The Visit)
  • Will Smith (For following up After Earth with Concussion)
  • Sylvester Stallone (All-Time RAZZIE Champ, award contender for Creed)

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Fred Thom

Fred Thom

Editor-in-Chief/Founder/Film Critic at Plume Noire
The founder and editor-in-chief of Plume Noire, Fred Thom covers film festivals and writes movie reviews. He was born in Marseilles, France and is now living in Los Angeles, California.