10th Golden Raspberry Awards


10th Golden Raspberry Awards

The 10th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 25, 1990 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to recognize the worst the film industry had to offer in 1989.

The 1990 awards featured special awards for the worst motion picture performances of the 1980s. Unlike in prior years, no award was given for Worst New Star.

The list of nominees follows, with recipients marked in bold.

Worst Picture

' (Paramount), produced by Harve Bennett"'
* "The Karate Kid, Part III" (Columbia), produced by Jerry Weintraub
* "Lock Up" (TriStar), produced by Lawrence Gordon
* "Road House" (United Artists), produced by Joel Silver
* "Speed Zone!" (Orion), produced by Murray Shostack

Worst Actor

William Shatner in ""
* Tony Danza in "She's Out of Control"
* Ralph Macchio in "The Karate Kid, Part III"
* Sylvester Stallone in "Lock Up" and "Tango & Cash"
* Patrick Swayze in "Next of Kin" and "Road House"

Worst Actress

Heather Locklear in "The Return of Swamp Thing"
* Jane Fonda in "Old Gringo"
* Brigitte Nielsen in "Bye Bye Baby"
* Paulina Porizkova in "Her Alibi"
* Ally Sheedy in "Heart of Dixie"

Worst Supporting Actor

Christopher Atkins in "Listen to Me"
* Ben Gazzara in "Road House"
* DeForest Kelley in ""
* Noriyuki "Pat" Morita in "The Karate Kid, Part III"
* Donald Sutherland in "Lock Up"

Worst Supporting Actress

Brooke Shields (as herself) in "Speed Zone!"
* Angelyne in "Earth Girls Are Easy"
* Anne Bancroft in "Bert Rigby, You're a Fool"
* Madonna in "Bloodhounds of Broadway"
* Kurt Russell (in drag) in "Tango & Cash"

Worst Director

William Shatner for ""
* John G. Avildsen for "The Karate Kid, Part III"
* Jim Drake for "Speed Zone!"
* Rowdy Herrington for "Road House"
* Eddie Murphy for "Harlem Nights"

Worst Screenplay

"Harlem Nights", written by Eddie Murphy
* "The Karate Kid, Part III", written by Robert Mark Kamen, based on characters created by Robert Mark Kamen
* "Road House", screenplay by David Lee Henry and Hilary Henkin, story by David Lee Henry
* "", screenplay by David Loughery, story by William Shatner & Harve Bennett & David Loughery, based on the television series created by Gene Roddenberry
* "Tango & Cash", written by Randy Feldman

Worst "Original" Song

"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" from ', written by Bruce Dickinson"'
* "Let's Go!" from "", written by Mohanndas Dewese (also known as Kool Moe Dee)
* "Pet Sematary" from "Pet Sematary", written by Dee Dee Ramone and Daniel Rey

Worst Picture of the Decade

"Mommie Dearest" (1981, Paramount)
* "Bolero" (1984, Cannon Films)
* "Howard the Duck" (1986, Universal)
* "The Lonely Lady" (1983, Universal)
* "" (1989, Paramount)

Worst Actor of the Decade

Sylvester Stallone, for "Cobra", "Lock Up", "Over the Top", ', "Rambo III", "Rocky IV", "Rhinestone" and "Tango & Cash""'
* Christopher Atkins for "The Blue Lagoon", "A Night in Heaven", "Listen to Me" and "The Pirate Movie"
* Ryan O'Neal for "Fever Pitch", "Partners", "So Fine" and "Tough Guys Don't Dance"
* Prince for "Under the Cherry Moon"
* John Travolta for "The Experts", "Perfect", "Staying Alive" and "Two of a Kind"

Worst Actress of the Decade

Bo Derek for "Bolero" and "Tarzan, the Ape Man"
* Faye Dunaway for "The First Deadly Sin", "Mommie Dearest", "Supergirl" and "The Wicked Lady"
* Madonna for "Shanghai Surprise" and "Who's That Girl"
* Brooke Shields for "The Blue Lagoon", "Endless Love", "Sahara" and "Speed Zone!"
* Pia Zadora for "The Lonely Lady" and "Butterfly"

Worst New Star of the Decade

Pia Zadora for "The Lonely Lady" and "Butterfly"
* Christopher Atkins for "The Blue Lagoon", "A Night in Heaven", "Listen to Me" and "The Pirate Movie"
* Madonna for "Shanghai Surprise" and "Who's That Girl"
* Prince for "Under the Cherry Moon"
* Diana Scarwid for "Mommie Dearest", "Psycho III" and "Strange Invaders"

ee also

*62nd Academy Awards

External links

* [http://razzies.com/asp/content/XcNewsPlus.asp?cmd=view&articleid=29 Official summary of awards]
* [http://www.imdb.com/Sections/Awards/Razzie_Awards/1990 Nomination and award listing] at the Internet Movie Database


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