Saving Christmas, Kirk Cameron

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And the Golden Raspberry goes to...

Kirk Cameron was the big "winner" at the 35th annual Razzies, or Golden Raspberry Awards, which "dis-honor" what are deemed the worst movies and performers of the previous year. At Saturday's event, the Growing Pains alum and director received four awards, including Worst Picture, for his Christian family comedy film Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, an independent flick that received mostly negative reviews and made $2 million at the U.S. box office.

He had competed against the big screen adaptation of Left Behind, a faith-themed action film about the aftermath of a rapture, which starred Nicolas Cage and is based on a series of novels. Cameron had starred in a TV movie of the same name.

Cameron Diaz won" one Razzie, Worst Actress, for performances in two 2014 comedies—The Other Woman and Sex Tape.

The annual ceremony has traditionally been held the day before the Oscars.

This year, Adam Sandler, a frequent Golden Raspberry recipient, was left empty-handed, while Ben Affleck, another previous honoree, won an honor introduced for the first time—the Razzie Redeemer Award, for his performance in the thriller Gone Girl.  His co-star Rosamund Pike received an Academy Award nomination for her role as his character's troubled wife. The 2015 Oscars take place on Sunday.

Check out a complete list of winners for the 2015 Razzies below.

WORST PICTURE

• Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas - "winner"
• Left Behind
• The Legend of Hercules
• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
• Transformers: Age of Extinction

WORST ACTOR

• Kirk Cameron, Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas - "winner"
• Nicholas Cage, Left Behind
• Kellan Lutz, The Legend of Hercules
• Seth MacFarlane, A Million Ways to Die in the West 
• Adam Sandler, Blended

WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR

• Kelsey Grammer, Expendables 3Legends of OzThink Like a Man TooTransformers: Age of Extinction• Mel Gibson, Expendables 3 - "winner"
• Shaquille O'Neal, Blended
• Arnold Schwarzenegger, Expendables 3
• Kiefer Sutherland, Pompeii 

WORST ACTRESS

• Cameron Diaz, The Other Woman and Sex Tape - "winner"
• Drew Barrymore, Blended
• Melissa McCarthy, Tammy
• Charlize Theron, A Million Ways to Die in the West
• Gaia Weiss, The Legend of Hercules 

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

• Megan Fox, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - "winner"
• Cameron Diaz, Annie
• Nicola Peltz, Transformers: Age of Extinction
• Susan Sarandon, Tammy
• Brigitte Ridenour (née Cameron), Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas 

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Saving Christmas, Kirk Cameron

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WORST DIRECTOR

• Michael Bay, Transformers: Age of Extinction - "winner"
• Darren Doane, Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas
• Renny Harlin, The Legend of Hercules
• Jonathan Liebesman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
• Seth MacFarlane, A Million Ways to Die in the West 

WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF OR SEQUEL

• Annie - "winner"
• Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?
• The Legend of Hercules
• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
• Transformers: Age of Extinction 

 WORST SCREEN COMBO

• Kirk Cameron & His Ego, Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas - 'winner"
• Any Two Robots, Actors (Robotic Actors), Transformers: Age of Extinction
• Cameron Diaz & Jason Segel, Sex Tape
• Kellan Lutz & Either His Abs, His Pecs or His Glutes
• Seth MacFarlane & Charlize Theron, A Million Ways to Die in the West 

WORST SCREENPLAY

• Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas - "winner"
• Left Behind
• Sex Tape
• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
• Transformers: Age of Extinction

 REDEEMER AWARD

• Ben Affleck, from Gigli to Argo and Gone Girl - "winner"
• Jennifer Aniston, from four-time Razzie nominee to Cake
• Mike Myers, from The Love Guru to directing Supermensch
• Keanu Reeves, from six-time Razzie nominee to John Wick
• Kristen Stewart, from six-time Razzie winner for Twilight to Camp X-Ray 

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