Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's mob-comedy bomb "Gigli" became the first film to ever sweep all six top trophies at the Razzies, an annual spoof of the Academy Awards that mocks the year's most awful movies. "Gigli" took 2003's worst picture, worst actor for Ben Affleck, worst actress for Jennifer Lopez and the two shared worst screen couple. Filmmaker Martin Brest also took the Razzies for worst director and screenplay.
Mike Myers' storybook adaptation "Dr. Seuss' the Cat in the Hat" won the Razzie for worst excuse for a movie.
The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation's worst actor of the 20th century, Sylvester Stallone, logged his 10th Razzie for his supporting roles in "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over."
"From Justin to Kelly" was a top nominee, but got shut out in the awards balloting by the roughly 600 Razzie voters. However, stars Justin Guarini and Kelly Clarkson should not be upset, because the movie was given a special "governor's award" for distinguished underachievement in choreography.
Demi Moore, seen here with boyfriend Ashton Kutcher, won the supporting actress Razzie for her comeback role in "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle." Kutcher was nominated in the worst actor category for "Cheaper by the Dozen," "Just Married" and "My Boss's Daughter."
"Charlie's Angels" also won a Razzie for worst remake or sequel. Pictured here are co-stars Drew Barrymore, right, and Cameron Diaz, left, who were both nominated for worst actress. Barrymore's nomination also included her role in "Duplex."
Worst actor nominee Cuba Gooding Jr. was cited for his performances in three films, "Boat Trip," "The Fighting Temptations" and "Radio."
In addition to "Gigli," Ben Affleck's worst actor Razzie was also based on his performances in "Daredevil" and "Paycheck."
Angelina Jolie was a worst actress nominee for her work in "Beyond Borders" and "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life."
Ashton Kutcher and Tara Reid in "My Boss's Daughter." For his worst screen couple nomination, Kutcher was cited with either Reid or "Just Married" co-star Brittany Murphy.
Brittany Murphy, pictured, and Tara Reid also earned worst supporting actress nominations for their roles in films with Ashton Kutcher.
Also in the worst supporting actress category was Kelly Preston, "The Cat In The Hat," and Lanie Kazan for "Gigli."
Al Pacino, seen here winning the Academy Award in 1993, was nominated for worst supporting actor for his role in "Gigli." The Razzies make no exceptions for good actors caught in bad movies.
Christopher Walken was another casualty of Razzie powerhouse "Gigli." He earned a worst supporting actor nomination for that film and also for his role in "Kangaroo Jack."