'Fifty Shades of Grey' dominates 2016 RAZZIES with five wins

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Sunday, February 28, 2016
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson pose for photographers upon arrival at the UK premiere of the film ''Fifty Shades of Grey'' in London, Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015.
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Some movies, such as Fifty Shades of Grey, are so bad, they deserve recognition. At least, that's the verdict of the committee for the Raspberry Awards.

More commonly known as the "RAZZIES," the show calls out supreme underachievement in Hollywood for categories such as "worst film" and "worst actor." The naughty romantic movie, which came out last February, received five of the top honors at the award show.

The awards ceremony comes the eve before the 2016 Oscar ceremony, and many past Oscar winners can be found on the RAZZIES list. That's because, the site explains, the award show is meant to encourage acclaimed actors and filmmakers to own up to their worst works.

"The $4.97 gold spray-painted Razzie Award is handed out to otherwise great talent who should know better than to associate their name with sub-par projects," reads the awards' Twitter bio.

Last year they even began a category for past RAZZIES winners and nominees who had seen the error of their ways, dubbed "The Redeemer Award."

Here are the not-so-lucky winners in each category:

WORST PICTURE

WINNERS: Fantastic Four and Fifty Shades of Grey

Jupiter Ascending

Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

Pixels

WORST ACTOR

WINNER: Jamie Dornan in Fifty Shades of Grey

Johnny Depp in Mortdecai

Kevin James in Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

Adam Sandler in The Cobbler and Pixels

Channing Tatum in Jupiter Ascending

WORST ACTRESS

WINNER: Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey

Katherine Heigl in Home Sweet Hell

Mila Kunis in Jupiter Ascending

Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door

Gwyneth Paltrow in Mortdecai

WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR

WINNER: Eddie Redmayne in Jupiter Ascending

Chevy Chase in Hot Tub Time Machine 2 and Vacation

Josh Gad in Pixels and The Wedding Ringer

Kevin James in Pixels

Jason Lee in Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road Chip

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

WINNER: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting in Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road Chip (Voice Only) and The Wedding Ringer

Rooney Mara in Pan

Michelle Monaghan in Pixels

Julianne Moore in Seventh Son

Amanda Seyfried in Love the Coopers and Pan

WORST REMAKE/RIP-OFF/SEQUEL

WINNER: Fantastic Four

Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road Chip

Hot Tub Time Machine 2

Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)

Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

WORST SCREEN COMBO

WINNER: Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey

All Four "Fantastics" in Fantastic Four

Johnny Depp and His Glued-On Moustache in Mortdecai

Kevin James and EITHER His Segue OR His Glued-On Moustache in Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

Adam Sandler and Any Pair of Shoes in The Cobbler

WORST DIRECTOR

WINNER: Josh Trank (and Alan Smithee?) for Fantastic Four

Andy Fickman for Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

Tom Six for Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)

Sam Taylor-Johnson for Fifty Shades of Grey

The Wachowskis (Andy and Lana) for Jupiter Ascending

WORST SCREENPLAY

WINNER: Fifty Shades of Grey by Kelly Marcel, Based on the Novel by E.L. James

Fantastic Four by Simon Kinberg, Jeremy Slater and Josh Trank, Based on the Marvel comic book by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

Jupiter Ascending by Andy and Lana Wachowski

Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 by Kevin James and Nick Bakay

Pixels by Tim Herlihy and Timothy Dowling, Story by Herlihy, Based on a Work by Patrick Jean

RAZZIE REDEEMER AWARD

WINNER Sylvester Stallone (All-Time RAZZIE Champ Award Contender), redeemed through Creed

Elizabeth Banks (RAZZIE "Winner" for Movie 47), redeemed through multiple hit movies this year

M. Night Shyamalan (Perennial RAZZIE nominee and "winner") redeemed through The Visit

Will Smith (RAZZIE "Winner" for AFTER EARTH), redeemed through Concussion

The nominees for the RAZZIES were determined by voting from paying members of its committee.

To make the nominations announcement in January, the organization released a unique video that gave another humorous twist to the already half-serious proceedings. In it, an experiment "test subject" is forced to listen to the nominees in a way that, for a film-lover, seems to amount to torture.