This is the worst movie of 2014

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(CNN) — Kirk Cameron swept the 2014 Razzie Awards on Saturday, picking up the dubious honors of worst picture and actor for “Saving Christmas.”

Cameron Diaz, Megan Fox and Kelsey Grammer also took home Golden Raspberry Awards at the annual pre-Oscar event recognizing the worst films and performances of the year.

The “family film” about putting “Christ back in Christmas,” from the former “Growing Pains” star turned evangelical minister, was widely panned, with IMDb fans voting it the worst movie ever. For his efforts, Cameron “and his ego” also won the award for worst screen combo. The film also won for worst screenplay, beating out “Left Behind,” “Sex Tape,” “Transformers 4” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”

Michael Bay’s “Transformers 4: Age of Extinction” led the pack in nominations, building expectations that the franchise would take home another worst picture win. Bay did not leave completely empty-handed, winning the worst director award for the fourth installment of the ear-splitting explosion-fest.