The biopic of former mafia boss John Gotti, starring John Travolta and 50 Cent, has been nominated for six Razzie awards, including worst film.
Panned by critics as “dismal” and an “incomprehensible mess”, it is joined by The Happytime Murders, starring Melissa McCarthy, the Will Ferrell comedy Holmes & Watson, Robin Hood, featuring Jamie Foxx, and Winchester, starring Helen Mirren.
The Razzies – also called the Golden Raspberry Awards – are intended to “honour” the worst films and acting performances of the year and are handed out the night before the Oscars.
Travolta is also in the running for worst actor, as is Bruce Willis for the remake of Death Wish, Johnny Depp for his voice acting in Sherlock Gnomes, and Donald Trump is nominated for his appearance in Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9.
Mirren is up for worst actress, along with Amber Heard for London Fields, Jennifer Garner for Peppermint and Amanda Seyfried in The Clapper.
Melissa McCarthy has two nominations in the category – for The Happytime Murders and Life of the Party.
The Razzies also nominated Mr Trump in Death of a Nation, made by conservative provocateur Dinesh D’Souza and gave a nod to the president and “his self-perpetuating pettiness” for worst screen combo.
It could be a double White House win when the 39th Razzies are handed out on 23 February, as Melania Trump is nominated for worst supporting actress.
Gotti, which took less than $4.5m (£3.49m) at the box office, was not alone in receiving six nominations.
Holmes & Watson, Death of a Nation and the R-rated puppet comedy Happytime Murders are also up for half a dozen awards.