Five Great Love-to-Hate Razzie Winners
Howard the Duck (1986)
George Lucas could do no wrong after he wrapped up the first Star Wars trilogy with Return of the Jedi in 1983 – until Howard the Duck flopped into theaters with a resounding thud. Based on the Marvel Comics character, a talking duck from another planet, the film is a genuine time capsule of everything that was wrong with the "totally '80s." Back then CGI didn't exist, and producer Lucas, alongside director Willard Huyck, decided that a little person in a creepy duck costume would convincingly entertain audiences. Add a little interspecies love story between Howard and Back to the Future star Lea Thompson, and you've really got, well, a lame duck.
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