Adam Sandler, 'Jack and Jill' Sweep Razzie Awards

Jack and Jill - Movie Still: Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes, Rohan Chand and Elodie Tougne - H - 2011  [nid:260180]
Sony Pictures

Jack and Jill, Sony’s comedy starring Adam Sandler, may have one of the lowest Rotten Tomatoes scores of 2011 at 3 percent, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t win any awards.

The comedy about a reunion between a twin brother and sister (both played by Sandler) has broken a record by winning every category at the Razzies, the annual awards show honoring the worst films of the year.

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The 32nd annual event took place on April Fools' Day in Santa Monica. In previous years, the show had occurred the day before the Academy Awards.

In addition to worst picture, Jack and Jill "won" for Sandler as both worst actor and worst actress (another first for the awards show), as well as Al Pacino as worst supporting actor, David Spade (who dresses in drag as Monica) as worst supporting actress and longtime Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan, jointly awarded worst director for both Jack and Jill and Just Go With It. Sandler also starred in the latter film.

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Despite scathing reviews, Sandler’s Jack and Jill opened to $26 million at the domestic box office in November en route to $74.2 million.

The full list of “winners” is below:

Worst Picture
Jack and Jill

Worst Actor
Adam Sandler, Jack and Jill and Just Go With It

Worst Actress
Adam Sander (as “Jill”), Jack and Jill

Worst Supporting Actor
Al Pacino (as “Al Pacino”), Jack and Jill

Worst Supporting Actress
David Spade (as “Monica”), Jack and Jill

Worst Screen Ensemble
The entire cast of Jack and Jill

Worst Director
Dennis Dugan, Jack and Jill and Just Go With It

Worst Remake, Rip-off, or Sequel
Jack and Jill (remake/rip-off of Ed Wood’s cross-dressing camp classic Glen or Glenda)

Worst Screen Couple
Adam Sandler and Katie Holmes, Al Pacino or Adam Sander, Jack and Jill

Worst Screenplay
Jack and Jill, screenplay by Steve Koren & Adam Sandler, story by Ben Zook