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6th Golden Raspberry Awards

6th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date March 23, 1986
Site Morgan-Wixon Theatre, Santa Monica, California
Highlights
Worst Picture Rambo: First Blood Part II
Most awards Rocky IV (5)
Most nominations Rocky IV (9)

The 6th Santa Monica, California to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1985. Though Rambo: First Blood Part II won Worst Picture, Rocky IV (also starring Sylvester Stallone) received the greatest number of nominations (9) and "wins" (5). This is the only year in which one movie won worst picture and another movie had the most nominations and wins. The recipients are denoted in bold:

Awards and nominations

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Rambo: First Blood Part II (TriStar)
Fever Pitch (MGM/UA)
Revolution (Warner Bros.)
Rocky IV (MGM/UA)
Year of the Dragon (MGM/UA)
Worst Actor Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: First Blood Part II and Rocky IV as John Rambo and Rocky Balboa (respectively)
Divine in Lust in the Dust as Rosie Velez
Richard Gere in King David as David
Al Pacino in Revolution as Tom Dobb
John Travolta in Perfect as Adam Lawrence
Worst Actress Linda Blair in Night Patrol, Savage Island, and Savage Streets as Sue Perman, Daly and Brenda (respectively)
Ariane in Year of the Dragon as Tracy Tzu
Jennifer Beals in The Bride as Eva
Brigitte Nielsen in Red Sonja as Red Sonja
Tanya Roberts in A View to a Kill as Stacey Sutton
Worst Supporting Actor Rob Lowe in St. Elmo's Fire as Billy Hicks
Raymond Burr in Godzilla 1985 as Steve Martin
Herbert Lom in King Solomon's Mines as Bockner
Robert Urich in Turk 182 as Terry Lynch
Burt Young in Rocky IV as Paulie Pennino
Worst Supporting Actress Brigitte Nielsen in Rocky IV as Ludmilla Drago
Sandahl Bergman in Red Sonja as Queen Gedren of Berkubane
Marilu Henner in Perfect and Rustlers' Rhapsody as Sally and Tracy (respectively)
Julia Nickson-Soul in Rambo: First Blood Part II as Co-Bao
Talia Shire in Rocky IV as Adrian Pennino Balboa
Worst Director Sylvester Stallone for Rocky IV
Richard Brooks for Fever Pitch
Michael Cimino for Year of the Dragon
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Hugh Hudson for Revolution
Worst Screenplay Rambo: First Blood Part II, screenplay by Sylvester Stallone and James Cameron, story by Kevin Jarre, based on characters created by David Morrell
Fever Pitch, written by Richard Brooks
Perfect, screenplay by Aaron Latham and James Bridges, based on articles in Rolling Stone magazine by Latham
Rocky IV, written by Sylvester Stallone
Year of the Dragon, screenplay by Oliver Stone and Michael Cimino, based on the novel by Robert Daley
Worst New Star Brigitte Nielsen in Red Sonja and Rocky IV as Red Sonja and Ludmilla Drago (respectively)
Ariane in Year of the Dragon as Tracy Tzu
The new computerized Godzilla in Godzilla 1985
Julia Nickson-Soul in Rambo: First Blood Part II as Co-Bao
Kurt Thomas in Gymkata as Jonathan Cabot
Worst Original Song "Peace in Our Life" from Rambo: First Blood Part II, music by Frank Stallone, Peter Schless and Jerry Goldsmith, lyrics by Frank Stallone
"All You Can Eat" from Krush Groove, written by Kurtis Blow, Damon Wimbley, Darren Robinson and Mark Morales (The Fat Boys)
"The Last Dragon" from The Last Dragon, written by Norman Whitfield and Bruce Miller
"Oh, Jimmy!" from The Slugger's Wife, words and music by Sarah M. Taylor
"7th Heaven" from The Last Dragon, written by Bill Wolfer and Vanity
Worst Musical Score Rocky IV, music composed by Vince DiCola
Fever Pitch, music by Thomas Dolby
King Solomon's Mines, music by Jerry Goldsmith
Revolution, music by John Corigliano
Turk 182, music by Paul Zaza

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