The 2017 Oscars will award the best movies of 2016 on Sunday night, but the Golden Raspberry Awards just held their ceremony and offered up the worst of the year with their own honors. The Razzie Awards started out in 1981 and have delivered their Razzies to the biggest of Hollywood stars over the years. This year, there were two movies that cleaned up at the Razzies, with "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Hilary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party" cleaning up at the event.

The Razzies

The Razzies got their start back in 1981 and have grown into a very popular and anticipated event each year.

Big stars such as Sandra Bullock and Halle Berry have actually attended the ceremony to collect awards for "All About Steve" and "Catwoman" respectively. Both actresses also happen to be Oscar winning stars as well. Bullock won an Oscar for "The Blind Side" the same year she won a Razzie.

Over the years, the Razzies became a way to make fun of Adam Sandler, who has won worst actor three times. Sylvester Stallone holds the record for 14 nominations.

'Batman V Superman'

When it comes to "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice," the entire problem with the movie is that DC comic book fans were angry at the depiction of Superman, Batman, and the darkness of the movie. However, there are also plenty of people who defend the movie with all their might.

The Razzies normally don't mind attacking movies that have cult followings and that is the case with "Batman V Superman." The movie took home four awards. Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill won worst onscreen combo, Jessie Eisenberg won worst supporting actor, the movie won worst remake, and it finished up with the worst screenplay award.

'Hilary's America'

"Hilary's America" was a movie made to bash the 2016 Presidential candidate. The film took home the biggest honor as the worst movie of 2016, beating out "Batman V Superman," "Dirty Grandpa," "Gods of Egypt," "Independence Day: Resurgence," and "Zoolander 2."

"Hilary's America" also won the award for worst actor and worst director.

Danish filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza won the director award, and Becky Turner won for worst actress. D'Souza sent in a video to accept the award and said he just won because Golden Raspberry Awards voters were mad that Donald Trump won the election.