Following her 2002 Oscar win, Halle Berry determined to take some dangers. As she advised the LA Occasions again in 2007, “After ‘Monster’s Ball,’ I actually wished to go in a unique route. Generally these issues work very well. Generally they do not. However as an individual, and as an actor, it labored properly for me. I attempted new issues. I took dangers. I confronted sure fears.” These dangers by no means resulted in something fairly as spectacular as an Academy Award, however they did reveal her willingness to place herself on the market and virtually led to her personal James Bond spin-off — even when she did have to seem within the abject “Die One other Day” to get the ball rolling. (And no, it is not an underrated James Bond movie.)
Alas, the deliberate “Jinx” spin-off, named after Berry’s NSA agent from “Die One other Day,” would not come to move. As an alternative, we had been all handled to her starring position in 2004’s “Catwoman,” about which we have already agreed there’s little that must be mentioned. However again then, the individuals behind the Golden Raspberry Awards did not see it that method.
Since 1981, the awards had been taking intention at Hollywood snootiness, offering a satirical tackle the Academy Awards that was initially designed as a subversive enterprise. However as /Movie’s personal Danielle Ryan has argued, the entire thing has lengthy since grow to be “mean-spirited bullying for the bottom widespread denominator,” and at this level, it is fairly apparent that it is time to retire the Razzies perpetually. Nevertheless, after being nominated, Halle Berry was way more gracious about the entire thing.