15 Most Outrageously Unjust Razzie Nominations

And you thought the Oscars got things wrong!

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Most of the time, the Razzies are spot on: this year the hilarious kicking of Kirk Cameron's ego-inflating Saving Christmas was entirely justified, and the continued hate for Michael Bay is mostly earned. But sometimes the awards ceremony pulls an "Oscar", nominating something that plainly has no right to sit alongside the other nominees. Clearly, reviews are a subjective thing, but given how universally beloved some of the films that have been nominated for the most notorious "award" of every year, some are just baffling. When directors like Stanley Kubrick share a bill with Uwe Boll and Michael Bay, something is definitely going wrong. So, which Razzie nominees didn't deserve the hatred?

15. Danny Devito - Batman Returns

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Nominated For: Worst Supporting Actor

Baffling. Outside of Michael Keaton's subtle, nuanced performance as Batman himself, there is no greater performance in Tim Burton's original films than DeVito's grotesque turn as The Penguin.

And frankly, if it wasn't for Heath Ledger, his would have a pretty big claim to the crown as best Batman villain performance ever.

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