See how you did predicting the Razzie Awards winners

Congratulations to our User JoseGonzalez for a terrific score of 90% in predicting Saturday’s Razzie Awards winners. He actually tied with 17 other people, with 9/10 categories correct, but wisely used his 500 and 200 point bets for the best overall score of 5,377. He missed only Worst Supporting Actor (Kelsey Grammer won over Mel Gibson). 

Our predicted frontrunners prevailed in every category but for that one and Worst Remake/Ripoff/Sequel (“Annie” beat “Transformers: Age of Extinction“). Among the “winners”: “Kirk Camerons Saving Christmas” for Worst Picture and Actor, Cameron Diaz for Worst Actress, and Megan Fox for Worst Supporting Actress.

Over 650 Gold Derby readers forecasted this year’s Razzie champs in 10 races, logging more than 6,500 predictions. To see how you fared, log in to your account and under your profile picture click Razzie Awards 2014.

Click here for a breakdown of all top scorers. And to see how we fared collectively predicting each category, click here. For accuracy scores across all events, click here.

Related: Complete list of 2014 Razzie Awards winners

As groups, our Editors Top 24 Users, and Users all tied with 80% accuracy (i.e., 8/10 categories correct) while the Experts had a 60% success rate (i.e, 6/10). 

Among our five Experts, two are tied at the top with 80% accuracy: Edward Douglas (Coming Soon) and Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby). Susan Wloszczyna (RogerEbert.com) was next with 60% correct. Claudia Puig (USA Today) followed with 50% and then Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) with 30% right.

Related: ‘Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas’ sweeps Razzies

Marcus Dixon was our best Editor at 80%. Daniel Montgomery and Rob Licuria were next at 70%. I batted .500, with half right and half wrong. 

What are your last-minute Oscar predictions? Make your picks now — click here — or scroll down to predict the Best Picture champ using our easy drag-and-drop menu. Best predictions will win that $1,000 prize. And the 24 Users with the best scores advance to a team to compete against our Experts and Editors next year. See who’s in our current Top 24 and their Oscar predictions. Meet the guy who won our contest to predict last year’s Oscars — and learn how he did it and how you can be our next Gold Derby superstar. 

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