The Lindsay Lohan sexual thriller “I Know Who Killed Me”, a film I voted as the easily the most wretched film of last year, has topped the 28th annual Golden Raspberry Awards which celebrates the very worst in cinema.
The project earned a record eight Razzies, a new record easily beating out 1995’s “Showgirls” and 2000’s “Battlefield Earth” with seven wins each.
‘Killed’ won nods for worst director, worst screenplay, worst excuse for a horror movie, worst remake or rip-off, worst screen couple (Lohan’s portrayal of two identical-looking characters), worst actress (two trophies for a tie between Lohan and Lohan) and worst film of the year.
Also faring badly was Eddie Murphy’s “Norbit” which took in three awards – worst actor, worst supporting actress and worst supporting actor. The sole award left, worst prequel or sequel, went to “Daddy Day Camp”.