30 worst movies of the ‘80s, ‘90s, and 2000s

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Howard the Duck, Under the Cherry Moon (1986)

Though its soundtrack and stop-motion special effects were generally praised by critics, Howard the Duck was heavily panned by critics for its dull humor, mediocre performances, inconsistent tone, and odd live-action appearance of the title character. Due to his poorly functioning mouth and expressionless face, Howard’s look was criticized as being unconvincing.

Tied with Howard the Duck for Worst Picture at the 1986 Razzie Awards was the musical film Under the Cherry Moon. Starring and directed by music legend Prince, the movie “won” five awards at the 7th Razzie Awards. In addition to sharing the title Worst Picture with Howard the Duck, it also took home the awards for Worst Actor (Prince), Worst Director (Prince), Worst Supporting Actor (Jerome Benton), and Worst Original Song (Love or Money).