Whether they are winners or losers, the results have been made known Saturday of the 37th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards, more fondly known as the Razzies. It turns out politics even made way into the Razzies this year, as the award winning worst movie this time is "Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party." The Hillary Clinton documentary beat out strong competition with the failed superhero film “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" which came a close second.

'Hillary’s America' a documentary fail

The Razzies’ statement read that the results came down to two very different pieces of “cinematic sludge.” One being “Batman v Superman, the $250 million comic book “oop-us” and the other the “faux right wing” docu, “Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.” Both films received plenty of Razzie awards too, with both receiving four of the gold, spray-painted trophies.

The Razzies are traditionally announced each year the day prior to the Academy Awards, in which actors, producers and directors would far prefer to be involved. “Hillary’s America” not only won worst picture, but also worst actor and director with Dinesh D’Souza, who played himself, being awarded. According to NBC, the documentary brought in only a modest $13 million at the box office.

There was also a worst actress award for the unnamed woman who played Hillary herself. Reportedly D’Souza wasn’t too upset and was a good sport about his win. He reportedly even appeared in the video announcement of the Razzies winners. He certainly looks happy on Twitter with his fan following.

'Batman v Superman' among the worst

As for “Batman v Superman,” that epic failure got a range of awards. Jesse Eisenberg won worst supporting actor, and the film itself got worst screenplay and worst remake sequel or rip-off.

As reported by CNN, actors Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill jointly won the Razzie for the worst screen combo.

In other Razzie news, “Zoolander 2” won an award for Kristen Wiig as worst supporting actress.

However, Mel Gibson was welcomed back into the loving arms of Hollywood for his war drama “Hacksaw Ridge,” winning the annual Razzie Redeemer Award. This after becoming an outcast around 10 years ago for his famous, drunken, anti-Semitic rant. That movie also did much better, and was nominated for six Oscars on Sunday, including one for Mel as director.

The Razzies winners are chosen by the online vote of approximately 1,000 Razzie members in 24 countries. Those members reportedly sign up online with a $40 membership fee. Sounds like they spent their money well this year.