13th Golden Raspberry Awards

The 13th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 28, 1993, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1992. Shining Through and Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot each won three Razzies, though the latter wasn't nominated for Worst Picture. The list of nominees follows with recipients denoted in bold.[1][2] Just like Bill Cosby, Tom Selleck did not attend his award and later accepted it on The Chevy Chase Show.

13th Golden Raspberry Awards
DateMarch 28, 1993
SiteHollywood Roosevelt Hotel, California
Worst PictureShining Through
Most awardsShining Through (3) and Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (3)
Most nominationsThe Bodyguard (7)

Awards and nominations

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Shining Through (20th Century Fox)
The Bodyguard (Warner Bros.)
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (Warner Bros.)
Final Analysis (20th Century Fox)
Newsies (Disney)
Worst Actor Sylvester Stallone in Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot as Sgt. Joe Bomowski
Kevin Costner in The Bodyguard as Frank Farmer
Michael Douglas in Basic Instinct and Shining Through as Det. Nick Curran and Ed Leland (respectively)
Jack Nicholson in Hoffa and Man Trouble as Jimmy Hoffa and Eugene Earl Axline (respectively)
Tom Selleck in Folks! as Jon Aldrich
Worst Actress Melanie Griffith in Shining Through and A Stranger Among Us as Linda Voss and Emily Eden (respectively)
Kim Basinger in Cool World and Final Analysis as Holli Would and Heather Evans (respectively)
Lorraine Bracco in Medicine Man and Traces of Red as Dr. Rae Crane and Ellen Schofield (respectively)
Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard as Rachel Marron
Sean Young in Love Crimes as Dana Greenway
Worst Supporting Actor Tom Selleck in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery as King Ferdinand of Spain
Alan Alda in Whispers in the Dark as Leo Green
Marlon Brando in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery as Tomas de Torquemada
Danny DeVito in Batman Returns as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin
Robert Duvall in Newsies as Joseph Pulitzer
Worst Supporting Actress Estelle Getty in Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot as Mrs. Tutti Bomowski
Ann-Margret in Newsies as Medda Larkson
Tracy Pollan in A Stranger Among Us as Mara
Jeanne Tripplehorn in Basic Instinct as Dr. Beth Garner
Sean Young in Once Upon a Crime as Phoebe
Worst Director David Seltzer for Shining Through
Danny DeVito for Hoffa
John Glen for Christopher Columbus: The Discovery
Barry Levinson for Toys
Kenny Ortega for Newsies
Worst Screenplay Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot, written by Blake Snyder and William Osborne & William Davies
The Bodyguard, written by Lawrence Kasdan
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery, screenplay by John Briley and Cary Bates and Mario Puzo
Final Analysis, screenplay by Wesley Strick, story by Robert H. Berger and Wesley Strick
Shining Through, screenplay by David Seltzer, based on the novel by Susan Isaacs
Worst New Star Pauly Shore in Encino Man as Stanley "Stoney" Brown
Georges Corraface in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery as Christopher Columbus
Kevin Costner's crew cut in The Bodyguard
Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard as Rachel Marron
Sharon Stone's tribute to Theodore Cleaver in Basic Instinct
Worst Original Song "High Times, Hard Times" from Newsies, music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Jack Feldman
"Book of Days" from Far and Away, music by Enya, lyrics by Roma Ryan
"Queen of the Night" from The Bodyguard, written by Whitney Houston, L.A. Reid, Babyface and Daryl Simmons

See also

  1. "`THE BODYGUARD' TOP CONTENDER FOR `OTHER' FILM AWARDS". 16 February 1993. Retrieved 31 October 2016.
  2. "404 - Page Not Found". Archived from the original on 2009-02-28. Retrieved 31 October 2016.
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