Razzies Nominations 2012: Handicapping
Fantasy sequel in which Perseus must rescue his father Zeus from the Underworld. The previous installment, "Clash of the Titans," earned two Razzie nods.
Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd star as a Manhattan couple who decide to move to a commune. The comedy received mixed reviews.
The latest in the action/horror franchise about vampire Selene (Kate Beckinsale). No previous "Underworld" film has been nominated for Worst Picture.
The final installment of the blockbuster supernatural teen romance series about a young woman in love with a vampire. The last two films in the franchise were nominated for Worst Picture.
Based on Philip K. Dick's sci-fi story which was also made into a 1990 movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Colin Farrell stars as a factory worker who thinks he might be a spy.
Comedy about an inventor who takes his mother on a road trip.
Sequel in which veteran action stars team up against a common threat. This film involves revenge after one of their own is murdered. The previous "Expendables" film was nominated for Worst Director (Sylvester Stallone).
Horror film about a woman who tries to discover the truth about her mother, who supposedly killed three people during her exorcism. The film scored only 18 out of 100 on MetaCritic and is widely criticized for its ending.
Comedy starring Adam Sandler as an irresponsible father who returns to disrupt the wedding of his son (Andy Samberg). Sandler's last film, "Jack & Jill," swept the Razzies last year, winning every category.
Emily befriends a dance crew, whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's father, a developer. The fourth film in the "Step Up" dance movie franchise, which has never been recognized by the Razzie Awards.
The fifth film in the "Resident Evil" franchise. The horror series, based on the popular video games, has yet to be nominated at the Razzies.
In this action-movie remake, a group of teenagers fight against invaders from North Korea. Starring Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.
Billy Crystal and Bette Midler play a married couple who agree to babysit their grandchildren while the kids' parents are away.
Family film in which the Oogieloves -- Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie -- set out to find five magical balloons that will make their good friend Schluufy's surprise birthday party extra-special.
Based on the Janet Evanovich novel, "Money" follows bail-bond enforcer Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) as she tracks down a wanted local cop. The romantic comedy has a score of 22 on MetaCritic.
Latest film in Tyler Perry's Madea franchise, in which his outlandish character takes in a Wall Street banker. Comedies featuring men in drag often do well at the Razzies ("Jack and Jill," "Norbit," etc.).
Romantic comedy starring Kate Hudson as a woman who discovers she has terminal cancer. The film was universally panned, scoring only 14 out of 100 on MetaCritic.
Sci-fi action film about a Civil War vet (Taylor Kitsch) who finds himself stranded on Mars. The film received mixed reviews but was a major box office disappointment.
A homicide investigator (Tom Cruise) looks into the case of a military sniper who shot five random victims. Based on a book by Lee Child.
Horror film about a mother and daughter who move in next door to a house where a murder took place.
Amanda Seyfried stars as a young woman who was once a kidnapping victim and fears her kidnapper has returned. The thriller was released in February to poor reviews.
Nicolas Cage stars as the title superhero, who is called to stop the devil from taking human form. The previous "Ghost Rider" film was nominated for Worst Actor (Cage).
A fleet of ships battles an alien threat in this sci-fi action film based on the popular board game.
A railroad executive discovers what may be the solution to a massive energy crisis. Based on Ayn Rand's novel about rational self-interest. Both "Atlas Shrugged" films were panned by critics, but the first film received no Razzie nominations.
Based on the character created by James Patterson, the film follows the title murder investigator, who faces off against a serial killer. Starring Tyler Perry, better known for his Madea movies.
Fantasy horror film that reimagines America's 16th president as a slayer of the undead.
Eddie Murphy plays a literary agent who can only speak a thousand more words before he dies. Murphy films have been frequently honored by the Razzies, including Worst Picture-winner "Norbit."