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2015 Razzie Awards Winners: Kirk Cameron’s ‘Saving Christmas’ Sweeps
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Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas banner Razzie Awards winner

As we wait to find out tonight who will be the winners at the Academy Awards, which celebrates the best in film, the Golden Raspberry Awards — which spotlights the very worst in film — were held last night, February 21, 2015, at The Montalban theater in Hollywood, CA.

Tying for the lead with 6 Razzie Awards nods each were Transformers: Age of Extinction, the third Michael Bay sequel in the blockbuster franchise, and Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, the “put Christ back in Christmas” comedy. Guess which movie took home the most awards for the best of the worst? That’s right, Kirk Cameron swept the Razzies with 4 wins.

See here below for the complete list of 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards “Winners.”

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