The Emoji Movie has stomped home at the annual Razzie awards for worst achievements in film, along with Tom Cruise and Mel Gibson.
In its 38th year, the Razzies serves as a tongue-in-cheek response to the Sunday's Academy Awards by handing out $4.97 gold spray-painted berry trophies.
Sony Pictures children's film about talking emoticons, The Emoji Movie, was granted the dishonour of winning four Golden Raspberries, including worst picture, director and screenplay.
Tom Cruise won worst actor for his leading role as a US Army sergeant who accidentally unleashes mayhem by disturbing an ancient grave in the much-maligned action flick The Mummy.
Mel Gibson was bestowed worst supporting actor for his comedic turn in "Daddy's Home 2" alongside John Lithgow, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
Tyler Perry, a perennial Razzie punching bag, took home the worst actress raspberry for his popular drag character Madea in Boo 2: A Madea Halloween.
Oscar-winning actress Kim Basinger earned the Razzie dishonor for her supporting role in erotic romance Fifty Shades Darker, while the big screen adaptation of TV series Baywatch won the fan-voted "nominee so bad you loved it" award.
The Razzies are chosen by more than 1000 voting members from more than 26 countries, organizers said.