I'm sure that the weekend had you anxiously awaiting Sunday night's 3+ hours of Academy goodness -- fiery discussion over who is the most deserving, coordinating diamonds and flamboyant gowns for your own Academy party and carefully concocting your own Oscar pool. Or, more likely, you went on with your weekend as usual, perhaps trying to remember the last time you enjoyed the Academy's night of awards. Either way, you might have missed one of the awards ceremonies that wrapped up the night before. No, it wasn't the Spirit awards. It was the Razzies.

The big winners of this year's Razzies are, not surprisingly, the two films who grabbed the most nominations -- Basic Instinct 2 and Little Man. Sharon Stone's saucy comeback as Catherine Tramell got herself a win as The Worst Actress of 2006, and the movie also grabbed Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay and Worst Sequel. Considering all the crappy sequels out there, you know your film is bad when it's considered the worst of the worst. The Wayans horror came in second, with three wins ffrom Worst Actor for Marlon and Shawn Wayans, to Worst On-Screen Couple and Worst Remake/Rip-Off.

Our current Hollywood trainwreck, M. Night Shyamalan, didn't get through his Saturday night unscathed. He grabbed two Razzies for Lady in the Water, one for Worst Supporting Actor and one for Worst Director. This can't help his current film's struggle, unless he learns to embrace the bad like some others do. Rounding out the Razzie list, Carmen Electra grabbed a win for Worst Supporting Actress for Date Movie and Scary Movie 4, andRV was the Worst Excuse for Family Entertainment. If you're scouring this post for mention of everyone's favorite directorial disaster, Uwe Boll or his multi-nominated BloodRayne, look no further. The man and his movie slid by without big Raspberries to add to his collection! However, while he narrowly escaped this year, I have this funny feeling that we haven't seen the last of Boll's Berries.
categories Awards, Cinematical