As awards season ramps up, we should also turn our attention to the Oscars’ evil twin: The Razzies, the film industry’s celebration of the worst films of the year.
Adam Sandler‘s “Jack and Jill,” in which the comic actor plays a twin brother and sister, the worst of the bunch?
What about “The Love Guru,”
Mike Myers‘ ode to sex jokes and bathroom humor?
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“Battlefield Earth” was so bad that it helped cause the collapse of the company behind it.
Vote for the worst Razzie Award-finning film of all time.
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15 Biggest Movie Letdowns in 2015: From 'Jem' to 'Jupiter Ascending'
Tomorrowland Not even George Clooney could save Brad Bird's vision of the future -- which didn't even earn half of its reported $190 million budget. Disney
Pan rarely misses, but this new take on Peter Pan didn't soar with critics or moviegoers. Hugh Jackman Sony
Blackhat By the hammer of Thor! Chris Hemsworth out of spandex did not deliver. The hacker flick made $8 million (you read correctly) of a reported $70 million budget. Universal
Terminator: Genisys "Game of Thrones" hero Emilia Clarke and a resurrected franchise could not notch a stateside win for Paramount, though the cyborg played well abroad. Paramount
Fantastic Four Sony's reboot attempt got stomped by critics and rather shockingly abandoned by Marvel fans, eeking out $55 million in the U.S. after spending $120 million on production. Sony
Chappie The huge success of Neill Blomkamp's "District 9" brought a nice sense memory to the marketing of "Chappie," but couldn't get butts in seats. Sony
Jem and the HologramsGiving live-action life to the beloved '80s cartoon seemed foolproof -- and then 'Jem' went on to break records for the lowest box office opening of all time at $1.37 million. Universal
Rock the Kasbah is so universally beloved it's hard to imagine an aging rocker tale wouldn't resonate across generations. But that's how history will tell it, even with gorgeous Bill Murray Kate Hudson in tow. Open Road
Magic Mike XXL Channing Tatum's original stripper opus was a phenomenon, but the sequel seemed to prefer bare stomachs over decent script pages. The "XXL" sequel is a loose, often awkward journey that failed to deliver the laughs and excess of the original. Warner Bros
Aloha Aloha means hello and goodbye on the shores of Hawaii -- and American audiences chose the latter sentiment for the Cameron Crowe bomb. Sony
Crimson Peak is a visionary, but no one could turn a blind eye to the numbers for this spooky epic -- $31 million return on a $60 million budget. Guillermo del Toro Universal
In The Heart of the Sea Another ding in Chris Hemsworth's armor, and a miss for director Ron Howard, as the killer whale action drama only fetched an $11 million opening weekend. Warner Bros
Ricki and the Flash In a rare misstep for Meryl Streep, Diablo Cody's rocking bad-mom-com was way out of tune for critics. It's $40 million worldwide haul might be respectable, but perhaps not with Oscar-winning talent. Columbia
TheWrap Rewind 2015: Record box office year isn’t without some serious disappointments for fans and financiers alike