Alvin and the C
It's not clear how these "Alvin and the Chipmunks" films get away from Razzie nominations. It would not be a shocker if "Chipwrecked" threw voters overboard and they finally punished the franchise. But otherwise, count on it to be ignored.
A few years back, an adaptation of "Atlas Shrugged" was batted around starring Angelina Jolie. It seems the producers had to settle for a low budget and a cast of nobodies. It seems Angelina dodged a bullet because people absolutely hate this film version of Ayn Rand's famous novel.
Big Mommas Like
Another one of these "Big Momma" movies, eh? With so many lame sequels in the mix, it's hard to see voters rallying behind this one. "Transformers" and "Twilight," among others, are bigger fish to fry.
Breaking Dawn P
The tide has turned against this blockbuster franchise, about a teenage girl and her vampire lover. First installment "Twilight" (2008) got a free pass from Razzie voters. Its sequel "New Moon" (2009) was less fortunate; it racked up nods for Worst Remake or Sequel, Screen Couple, Screenplay, and Supporting Actor (Robert Pattinson). By the time the third film, "Eclipse" (2010), hit theaters, the Razzies had really taken notice. That flick picked up a shameful nine nominations, including nods for Worst Picture, Actor (Pattinson and Taylor Lautner), Actress (Kristen Stewart). Jackson Rathbone won Worst Supporting Actor (along with his work in "The Last Airbender"). Though "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" is directed by Oscar winner Bill Condon ("Gods and Monsters," "Dreamgirls"), it would take a miracle to get it off&
A critically reviled comedy makes a showing at the Razzies every year. With a humiliating 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, "Bucky Larson" easily ranks among the most hated films of 2011. About a young man who sets out to follow in his porn star parents' footsteps, "Bucky" is further doomed by being a sex comedy. The meant-to-be-sexy flops "The Hottie & the Nottie" (2008) and "Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo" (2005) were cited in recent years while "Dirty Love" (2005) won Worst Picture. The film furthermore has the distinction of being co-written by Adam Sandler, whose studio Happy Madison produced the film. They have produced a handful of Razzie favorites, including "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry" (2007).