Pick the "Winner" for the 2015 Razzie Redeemer Award

by | January 13, 2016 | Comments

Once again, our friends at the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation are asking you — the fan — to pick the winner for the Redeemer Award 2015, the category that honors the artist whose accomplishment in film has redeemed their nomination or win on a previous Razzie Awards. Cast your vote now! The poll will be open though February 14. And don’t forget to check out the full list of Razzie nominees.

The results for this and all other Razzie award categories will be revealed on Oscar Eve, Saturday, February 27. Want to join the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation and vote for all categories? Become a member today.

  • Vits/Vicente Torres

    Considering that PITCH PERFECT PART 2, THE VISIT and CONCUSSION got only decent reviews while CREED got excellent reviews, I’ll vote for Sylvester Stallone. I don’t know why that category has 4 nominees instead of 5. And shouldn’t Will Smith be listed for FOCUS too (the reviews were on the same level as CONCUSSION)?

    • Max

      Yeah but his performance in Concussion was much more acclaimed.

    • Ryancritic

      It says Pitch Perfect 2 for Elizabeth Banks but if you get the chance you should check out the wonderful Brian Wilson biopic Love & Mercy. Dano and Cusack are the obvious highlights but she gives a performance in it that’s surprisingly terrific.

      • Vits/Vicente Torres

        Her nomination is as a director, not an actress. Actually, most of her appearances have been in good movies. Her debut happened to earn her a Razzie. As for LOVE AND MERCY, it went straight to VOD here in Chile.

  • Yayo

    Sly got my vote.

  • Thescaredshadow

    I think Johnny Depp should of been nominated from being in Mortdecai & The Lone Ranger, to being the lead role in Black Mass.

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      I don’t think it works if the good movie and the bad movie are from the same year.

    • No

      *should have

  • In Every Crack

    Without a doubt, Sly.

  • camilo

    Johnny Depp without a doubt, I love the guy, he’s a great actor but he had a hard time with Mortdecai, Lone Ranger and Dark Shadows, but his performance in Black Mass was AMAZING! Or maybe Ridley Scott, he went from making The Counselor, Robin Hood, Exodus and A Good Year to making The Martian, one of the two please

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      It can only be one of those 4 options. Also, Ridley has never been nominated for a Razzie, so he’s not elegible.

      • camilo

        I wrote the comment before I saw the nominees and… I’m very disappointed, Will Smith? seriously? he only failed ONCE (After Earth) in every other movie he is, his acting is always good, not matter how bad the movie is, Johnny Depp should have been there and he should have won

  • lucky gmail

    Huh? I don’t get the question!

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      Choose the person who did the best job this year, specially compared to the movies that earned them Razzie wins and nominations.

  • Stefano Ronchi

    Sly, no doubt.

  • Mark

    Let the memory live of Robert Redford and Nick Nolte fighting off that big bad bear. Leonardo who?

  • Spandau Belly

    The question is whether Stallone will show up to accept it. He’s been their punching bag for decades, but I tend to think he has a sense of humour about it.

  • schmikel

    The Visit , to me, does not qualify as any sort of comeback for M. Night Shamalamadingdong.
    Here’s hoping for better with his next unnamed project but I won’t be holding my breath.

    • Larry Headcheese

      Shamalamadingdong? lmfao I thought me and my buddy were the only ones who used that!

      • schmikel

        Great minds… ha ha. Headcheese LOL aka duckbutter Lol

  • Thescaredshadow

    Have to give to M. Night, made a pretty damn good movie.

  • Everyone


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