FREE! Click here to Join FunTrivia. Thousands of games, quizzes, and lots more!
Quiz about Scenes From Cinemas Trash Heap
Quiz about Scenes From Cinemas Trash Heap

Scenes From Cinema's Trash Heap Quiz

The Golden Raspberry Awards compete with the Oscars each year with one big exception. You win a Razzy for the worst in film! Can you match these Worst Film Winners with their leading actor or actress?

A matching quiz by GBfan. Estimated time: 4 mins.
  1. Home
  2. »
  3. Quizzes
  4. »
  5. Movie Trivia
  6. »
  7. Awards and Festivals
  8. »
  9. Golden Raspberry Awards

4 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Steve Guttenberg  
2. Bo Derek  
  Shining Through
3. Prince  
  Fifty Shades Of Grey
4. Robert Redford  
  Can't Stop The Music
5. John Travolta  
  Swept Away
6. Madonna  
  Indecent Proposal
7. Michael Myers  
  The Love Guru
8. Lindsey Lohan  
  Under The Cherry Moon
9. Jamie Dornan  
  Battlefield Earth
10. Michael Douglas  
  I Know Who Killed Me

Select each answer

1. Steve Guttenberg
2. Bo Derek
3. Prince
4. Robert Redford
5. John Travolta
6. Madonna
7. Michael Myers
8. Lindsey Lohan
9. Jamie Dornan
10. Michael Douglas

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Steve Guttenberg

Answer: Can't Stop The Music

The inaugural winner for Worst Film was given to "Can't Stop The Music" in 1981. The disco themed film starred the Village People, Bruce Jenner, Steve Guttenberg, and Valerie Perrine. In the film, a songwriter (Steve Guttenberg) tries to get one of his songs to a studio executive at Marrekech Records. We discover how each member of the Village People were one by one chosen for the group and ultimately sang on Guttenberg's track. Movie reviewers, Siskel and Ebert, named the film one of their "dogs of the year" for 1981.
2. Bo Derek

Answer: Bolero

From 1984, "Bolero" won six Razzie Awards including Worst Picture, Worst Actress, and Worst Director. The sexually charged film depicted a privileged British boarding school graduate looking for her first rendezvous, traveling to an Arab country then to Spain in search for her ultimate lover.

The titillating sex scenes were explicit enough that the film was never given a parental movie rating. Ultimately, "Bolero" was treated as a rated X movie and no under 17 was allowed to view the film in the theater.
3. Prince

Answer: Under The Cherry Moon

Prince was the critic's darling after his semi-autobiographical debut performance in "Purple Rain". His next film, "Under The Cherry Moon" told the story of two gigolos, Christopher and Tricky, on the prowl in France looking for some easy money swindling their rich clientele. Things got complicated when Christopher fell in love with one of his intended victims.

The 1986 film actually tied for Worst Picture with "Howard The Duck". The soundtrack to "Under The Cherry Moon" spawned the huge pop hit "Kiss".
4. Robert Redford

Answer: Indecent Proposal

What would you be willing to do a million dollars? Would you let your wife sleep with a wealthy stranger for one night? This was the premise of the 1993 Razzie winner that starred Robert Redford as the billionaire and paired Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson as the young couple presented with this enticing offer.

The film was set in Las Vegas and feminists jumped all over the movie's sexist plot.
5. John Travolta

Answer: Battlefield Earth

With an amazing cast featuring John Travolta, Barry Pepper, and Forest Whitaker, how bad could the film be? Universally recognized as one of the worst films of all-time, "Battlefield Earth" was a science fiction action film that brought to life Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard's novel. Set in the year 3000, humans were forced to work as slaves under the tyrannical control of a group called the Psychlos.

The plot depicts an uprising by the slaves to retake control of Earth against their enemy.
6. Madonna

Answer: Swept Away

In 2002, Madonna teamed up with her husband, Guy Ritchie, to release a remake of a 1974 Italian film with the same title. Madonna went way outside of her persona and portrayed a rich, snobby, arrogant debutante who always complained about her life and her marriage.

After they set sail for a private cruise, they wound up being shipwrecked and stuck on a deserted island. While trapped at sea, Madonna's character fell in love with a member of the ship's crew.
7. Michael Myers

Answer: The Love Guru

The 2008 winner starred Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake, Verne Troyer, and Michael Myers. In the film, Myers played an Indian Guru who yearned to be ranked as the #1 guru in the world by orchestrating crazy stunts that will hopefully bring out the best in those he mentored.

A cameo by Oprah Winfrey and a story line about saving a star player (Justin Timberlake's character) on the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs worked their way into a convoluted plot line for "The Love Guru".
8. Lindsey Lohan

Answer: I Know Who Killed Me

The 2007 winner starred Lindsey Lohan in a psychological thriller that quickly died at the box office. The once lovable and cute child actress shocked her audience with a brutal abduction story line and an equally vicious murder. No one expected to see hands and legs being cut off and the horrors amplified in the torture scenes.

The film led you to believe that a twin of the victim was the chief suspect in the murder but the film ended with unanswered questions and left the crowd confused.
9. Jamie Dornan

Answer: Fifty Shades Of Grey

Winner of the 2015 Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture, Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson starred in the film version of E.L. James' best selling book. The sexual affairs of Christian Grey and Anastasia got kinkier as the story progressed. The movie's depiction of whips, bondage, and a sadomasochistic theme drew the outrage of many protest groups who wanted the film toned down.

The real problem with the film was the lifeless performances of the lead actors who each won Worst Actor and Actress at the 2015 Razzy Awards.
10. Michael Douglas

Answer: Shining Through

The 1992 war drama featured the tagline "He needed to trust her with his secret. She needed to trust him with her life". Set during World War II, Michael Douglas played an American attorney who needed a German translator to communicate with the Nazis.

This is where Melanie Griffith came into the story as a Jewish/German woman who served as his go-between. Soon afterwards, she became a military spy eavesdropping on a Nazi dinner to gain valuable military secrets for the Americans. Liam Neesan and John Gielgud also starred in this Razzie winner that was actually a pretty exciting thriller for its time.
Source: Author GBfan

This quiz was reviewed by FunTrivia editor skunkee before going online.
Any errors found in FunTrivia content are routinely corrected through our feedback system.
12/10/2023, Copyright 2023 FunTrivia, Inc. - Report an Error / Contact Us