LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump and comedy film for detective Sherlock Holmes on Saturday lead the annual Ratzi Awards for the worst movie performance and performance in 2018.
Holmes and Watson, with Will Ferrell and John C. Smith. Riley is the "winner" of the top four awards, including the worst movie award and "worst simulation". Riley also won the worst supportive actor award, and John Wilson, founder of the Ratzi Awards, described the film as a "blank parody" of the British classic detective story.
The satirical Ratzi Awards began in 1980 as an Oscars antivirus. The winners were announced a day before the Oscars, the world's most prestigious film award.
Trump won two worst actor awards for his real character appearance in the documentaries "Death of a Nation", by the conservative director Dinesh Desouza and Fahrenheit 9/11 by the liberal director Michael Moore.
Kellian Conway, White House's counselor, received the worst support actor award for his archiving film of Fahrenheit 9/11.
Melissa McCarthy won the worst actress award for her digital role in "The Happy Time".
Jotty left for New York's mafia leader John Goethe, "winning" despite six nominations, including the worst movie, worst actor and worst duo of John Travolta and his wife, Kelly Preston.
About 1,000 members of Ratzi from 24 countries vote for nominations and winners online, registering their online membership and paying a fee of $ 40 for membership.