SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 24 (UPI) -- "Freddy Got Fingered" -- widely reviled by critics and largely ignored by moviegoers -- received the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation seal of disapproval Saturday, gathering five Golden Raspberry Awards, including one for worst picture of 2001.
Tom Green -- the MTV personality often referred to as a "comedian" -- personally accounted for four of his picture's "wins" at the 22nd Annual Golden Raspberry Awards.
Green was voted worst director and actor, worst screen couple -- with "any animal he abuses" in the picture -- and shared worst screenplay "honors" with Derek Harvie.
Mariah Carey was voted worst actress for her performance in "Glitter."
Charlton Heston and Estella Warren were named worst supporting actor and actress. Heston was singled out for three performances -- "Cats and Dogs," "Planet of the Apes" and "Town & Country." Warren was dishonored for her work in "Planet of the Apes," and for her role in "Driven."
"Freddy Got Fingered" went into this year's race to the bottom with eight nominations, more than any other picture.
Sylvester Stallone's latest commercial comeback movie, "Driven," had seven -- including worst picture, worst supporting actor (Stallone and Burt Reynolds), worst director (Renny Harlin), screenplay (Stallone) and screen couple (Reynolds and Stallone) -- but only managed one award, Warren's worst supporting actress trophy.
Carey bested a field that included Penelope Cruz ("Blow," "Captain Corelli's Mandolin," "Vanilla Sky"), Angelina Jolie ("Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," "Original Sin"), Jennifer Lopez ("Angel Eyes," "The Wedding Planner") and Charlize Theron ("Sweet November").
Green's four nominations tied him with Stallone for the single-year record, but Stallone still holds the career record with 29 nominations and nine Razzie Awards.
The award -- a parody of the Academy Award -- is a plastic golf-ball sized raspberry mounted on a mangled Super-8 film reel on a base made from the lid of a Lipton Raspberry Iced Tea jar. It's spray-painted gold and has an estimated street value of about $4.29, according to the foundation.
The Razzies were presented at the Abracadabra Theatre in Santa Monica. Winners were determined by a mail ballot sent to Golden Raspberry Award Foundation members throughout the United States and 10 foreign countries.