17th Golden Raspberry Awards

The 17th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 23, 1997, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to recognise the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1996. Striptease took home the most Razzies of the evening, winning 6 out of 7 nominations, including Worst Picture.

17th Golden Raspberry Awards
DateMarch 23, 1997
SiteHollywood Roosevelt Hotel, California
Worst PictureStriptease
Most awardsStriptease (6)
Most nominationsStriptease (7)

Awards and nominations

  Winner (in bold)
Category Nominees
Worst Picture Striptease (Columbia/Castle Rock)
Barb Wire (Gramercy Pictures)
Ed (Universal)
The Island of Dr. Moreau (New Line)
The Stupids (New Line/Savoy)
Worst Actor Tom Arnold in Big Bully, Carpool and The Stupids as Rosco "Fang" Bigger, Franklin Laszlo and Stanley Stupid (tie)
Pauly Shore in Bio-Dome as Bud Macintosh (tie)
Keanu Reeves in Chain Reaction as Eddie Kasalivich
Adam Sandler in Bulletproof and Happy Gilmore as Archie Moses and Happy Gilmore
Sylvester Stallone in Daylight as Kit Latura
Worst Actress Demi Moore in The Juror and Striptease as Annie Laird and Erin Grant
Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire as Barbara "Barb Wire" Kopetski
Whoopi Goldberg in Bogus, Eddie and Theodore Rex as Harriet Franklin, Edwina "Eddie" Franklin and Katie Coltrane
Melanie Griffith in Two Much as Betty Kerner
Julia Roberts in Mary Reilly as Mary Reilly
Worst Supporting Actor Marlon Brando in The Island of Dr. Moreau as Dr. Moreau
Val Kilmer in The Ghost and the Darkness and The Island of Dr. Moreau as John Henry Patterson and Dr. Montgomery
Burt Reynolds in Striptease as Congressman David Dilbeck
Steven Seagal in Executive Decision as Lt. Col. Austin Travis
Quentin Tarantino in From Dusk till Dawn as Richie Gecko
Worst Supporting Actress Melanie Griffith in Mulholland Falls as Katherine Hoover
Faye Dunaway in The Chamber and Dunston Checks In as Lee Cayhall Bowen and Mrs. Dubrow
Jami Gertz in Twister as Melissa Reeves
Daryl Hannah in Two Much as Liz Kerner
Teri Hatcher in Heaven's Prisoners and 2 Days in the Valley as Claudette Rocque and Becky Foxx
Worst Screen Couple Demi Moore and Burt Reynolds in Striptease
Pamela Anderson's "Impressive Enhancements" in Barb Wire
Beavis and Butt-head in Beavis and Butt-head Do America
Marlon Brando and "That Darn Dwarf" (Nelson de la Rosa) in The Island of Dr. Moreau
Matt LeBlanc and Ed (the mechanical monkey) in Ed
Worst Director Andrew Bergman for Striptease
John Frankenheimer for The Island of Dr. Moreau
Stephen Frears for Mary Reilly
John Landis for The Stupids
Brian Levant for Jingle All the Way
Worst Screenplay Striptease, screenplay by Andrew Bergman, based on the book by Carl Hiaasen
Barb Wire, screenplay by Chuck Pfarrer and Ilene Chaiken, story by Chaiken, based upon the characters appearing in the Dark Horse comic
Ed, screenplay by David Mickey Evans, story by Ken Richards and Janus Cercone
The Island of Dr. Moreau, screenplay by Richard Stanley and Ron Hutchinson, based on the novel by H. G. Wells
The Stupids, written by Brent Forrester, based on characters created by James Marshall and Harry Allard
Worst New Star Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire as Barbara "Barb Wire" Kopetski
Beavis and Butt-head in Beavis and Butt-head Do America
Ellen DeGeneres in Mr. Wrong as Martha Alston
Friends cast members turned movie-star-wanna-be's (Jennifer Aniston in She's the One, Lisa Kudrow in Mother, Matt LeBlanc in Ed, and David Schwimmer in The Pallbearer)
The new "serious" Sharon Stone in Diabolique and Last Dance as Nicole Horner and Cindy Liggett
Worst Original Song "Pussy, Pussy, Pussy (Whose Kitty Cat Are You?)" from Striptease, written by Marvin Montgomery
"Welcome to Planet Boom! (a.k.a. This Boom's for You)" from Barb Wire, written by Tommy Lee
"Whenever There is Love (Love Theme from Daylight)" from Daylight, written by Bruce Roberts and Sam Roman
Worst Written Film Grossing Over $100 Million Twister (Warner Bros.), written by Michael Crichton & Anne-Marie Martin
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Disney), animation screenplay by Tab Murphy, Irene Mecchi, Bob Tzudiker & Noni White
Independence Day (20th Century Fox), written by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich
Mission: Impossible (Paramount), based on the television series created by Bruce Geller, story by David Koepp and Steven Zaillian, screenplay by Koepp and Robert Towne
A Time to Kill (Warner Bros.), screenplay by Akiva Goldsman, based on the novel by John Grisham

See also


    • "Razzie Awards". Internet Movie Database. 1997.
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