LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comic actor Adam Sandler and his movie "Jack and Jill" swept the annual Razzies on Sunday, winning a record-breaking 10 awards for the worst film and performances of 2011.
Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino also was declared a winner in the contest that was created as an antidote to the love-fest that engulfs Hollywood around awards season that ends with the Oscars in late February.
This year, the awards were handed out on April Fool's Day in a change of tradition that for years saw the Razzies announced on the eve of the Oscars.
Pacino, who played himself in a cameo appearance in "Jack and Jill", was named worst supporting actor, and he also received a mention in the worst screen couple category along with co-star Katie Holmes.
Sandler, 45, was voted worst actor and worst actress, and shared the award for worst screen ensemble. "Jack and Jill", which he also helped to write, was voted worst picture, worst re-make, worst director and worst screenplay.
The winners were determined by some 650 members of the Golden Raspberry Foundation, and more than 35,000 ballots on movie review website Rotten Tomatoes.