Bullock made good on her public promise to accept the worst-in-cinema trophy should she win her category. In the more-freaky-than-funny romantic comedy, Bullock plays a psychotic crossword puzzle writer who decides to stalk Bradley Cooper's character come hell or low water -- and at one point, she falls into a well.
"I didn't realize that all I had to do was show up and then I'd win," Bullock said to the cheering crowd of movie critics and cynics.
She then announced that everyone in the audience would get a copy of the movie that scored her Hollywood's most shameful trophy because she didn't believe that all 700 of the Golden Raspberry Committee's voting members watched it.
"This is the deal I'm going to make," she said. "I will show up next year if you promise to watch the movie, really watch it, and really consider if it really and truly was the worst performance. If you're willing to watch it, I will come back next year and I will give back the Razzie."
Bullock offered another option:
"I brought the shooting script, the final shooting draft," she said. "And I will go page by page by page of my dialogue. I'm going to read the line the way that I read it in the film and then I want anyone who wants to come give me a line reading back to come up. So we can do this 'til about four o'clock, or you guys can rethink your decision and have me back next year."
One challenge wasn't enough. Bullock then questioned the other award she "won" earlier Saturday evening -- for "worst couple."
"If you had seen the film, seen it, with your eyes, it's pretty much a film about a woman stalking a man," she said. "That doesn't really set up the premise for a loving couple. So to give us the worst couple award is kind of a 'duh.'"
Bullock's appearance at the Razzies was anything but a given. She's only the second actress in the 30-year-long history of the ceremony to accept a Golden Raspberry. In 2005, Halle Berry showed up to take home the worst actress Razzie for "Catwoman."
Saturday's show was nothing like the one Bullock will grace tonight. The road to the Oscars features a strut down the red carpet and larger-than-life golden doorman. The road -- the actual road -- to the Razzies involves a windy, dark ascent, a climb up a set of concrete stairs and two double doors akin to those of a high school gym.
Celebrating cinema's worst creations since 1980, the annual awards show, founded by "Head Raspberry" John Wilson, dishonors the lame rom-coms, plotless summer blockbusters and inane talking animal movies that many agree are not worth the reels they're recorded on.
This year's gala also celebrated the worst stars and movies of the decade: Paris Hilton scored the title of worst actress of the '00s, Eddie Murphy worst actor and "Battlefield Earth" worst picture.
The Razzies also poke fun at Hollywood's self-congratulatory slew of ceremonies (it's no accident the show is always held the night before the Oscars) with pointed jokes and parodies of cliche musical numbers, such as "A Whole New Worst," sung to the tune of "Aladdin's" "A Whole New World:"
The song goes: "Scripts you cannot believe, indefensible acting; some so dumb it's distracting, you may even need to heave."