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  • Laactingnyc
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    What people (Actors, directors, producers, writers) have won both an Oscar(s) and a Razzie(s)? Did they deserve their oscar or razzie wins?

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    Halle Berry
    Oscar – Monster’s Ball (Yes)
    Razzie – Catwoman (Yes)

    Sandra Bullock
    Oscar – The Blind Side (No)
    Razzie – All About Steve (Yes)

    Liza Minnelli
    Oscar – Cabaret (Yes)
    Razzie – Arthur 2 / Rent-a-Cop (Yes)

    Faye Dunaway
    Oscar – Network (Yes)
    Razzie – Mommie Dearest (Yes)

    Al Pacino
    Oscar – Scent of a Woman (No)
    Razzie – Jack & Jill (Yes)
     

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    nkb325
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    I know this technically isnt what the thread asked for, but it actually has happened that actors have been nominated for an oscar and a razzie not just in the same year, but actually for the same performance.

    Amy Irving – Best and Worst Supporting Actress nom for Yentl
    James Coco – Best and Worst Supporting Actor nom for Only When I Laugh

    I haven’t seen either film so I can’t say whether these were good and bad performances and neither actor “won” either award, but it is funny to think about

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    Laactingnyc
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    I don’t think Faye Dunaway deserved the razzie for Mommie Dearest. I don’t even think that the film was all that bad, it was just controversial

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    Brian Helgeland won a Razzie for the screenplay of “The Postman” and the next day he won an Oscar for the screenplay of “L.A. Confidential”.

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Marlon Brando
    Oscar(s): On the Waterfront (Yes) and The Godfather (Yes)
    Razzie: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Yes)

    Charlton Heston
    Oscar: Ben-Hur (Yes)
    Razzie: Cats & Dogs, Planet of the Apes and Town & Country (Yes)

    Kevin Costner
    Oscar for Best Director: Dances with Wolves (no)
    Razzie(s): Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves (no), Wyatt Earp (no), The Postman (yes)

    Roberto Benigni
    Oscar: Life is Beautiful (no)
    Razzie: Pinocchio (yes)

    Laurence Olivier
    Oscar: Hamlet (yes)
    Razzie: The Jazz Singer (yes) and Inchon (yes)

    Nicole Kidman
    Oscar: The Hours (yes)
    Razzie for Worst Screen Couple: Bewitched (yes)

    Kevin Kline
    Oscar: A Fish Called Wanda (yes)
    Razzie for Worst Screen Couple: Wild Wild West (no) 

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    Laactingnyc
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    Sofia Coppola won an oscar for her “lost in translation” screenplay, and she also won the Razzie for The Godfather III. She totally deserved that razzie….. she sucks as an actress

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    Sandra Bullock was actually kind of funny in All About Steve. She only won because she said she’d go if she did. She was certainly better than her competition: Beyonce (Obsessed), Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montanna), Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body, Transformers) and Sarah Jessica Parker  (Did You Hear About the Morgans?)

    She really killed with her speech.  

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