After the announcement of Oscar nominations on Thursday, we can steel ourselves for an incessant stream of articles declaring which of the year's beloved movies and performances were shut out. In the meantime, however, a more pressing set of neglected films is upon us: those that were omitted from the 34th annual Golden Raspberry Awards. As expected, "Grown Ups 2," "After Earth" and "The Lone Ranger" were among the most-nominated movies. But what about Ridley Scott's much-detested "The Counselor"? And nothing for the dull, gaudy "A Good Day to Die Hard"? Razzie voters have taken a page out of the Academy's playbook and left us with a handful of so-called snubs, which raises the question: Were we the only ones forced to endure the painful attempt at slapstick comedy known as "Identity Thief"?
Check out the Razzie nominations, and then peruse our list of 2013's terrible movies not recognized by the pseudo-awards.