'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' cleans up at Razzies
Film named worst of year, Kristen Stewart wins worst actress
Given that "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" earned 11 nods for the Golden Raspberry Awards, it wasn't a surprise to learn the movie earned the "dis"-honor of being the worst film of the year.
The Golden Raspberry Awards, or Razzies, honor the "worst achievements in film," and this year the organization gave seven awards to the final installment in the "Twilight" franchise.
Kristen Stewart, who hobbled her way down the Oscars red carpet on Sunday, won worst actress, while helmer Bill Condon won worst director.
Taylor Lautner won worst supporting actor, and also shared the worst screen couple "dis"-honor with Mackenzie Foy. (At 12, Foy portrayed the half-human, half-vampire baby of the film's starring romantic couple, Bella (Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson). A major thread in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" surrounds Lautner's character's love for the rapidly growing child, an affection that begins when she's a newborn.)
To cover all the bases, Razzie voters also gave "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" the worst ensemble, worst remake/rip-off or sequel and worst picture awards.
While seven Razzies is a feat, it still doesn't beat Adam Sandler's record. The actor swept the Razzies last year, winning in all 10 categories for "Jack & Jill."
To see the full list of Razzie winners, visit Razzies.com.
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