The 2018 Razzies “In Memoriam” video bids goodbye to the perpetrators of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood
Okay, this might be the best YouTube video imaginable. It’s awards season in Hollywood, and the Golden Raspberry Foundation — the folks behind the Razzies, an awards show that honors the worst in film every year — have released a special “In Memoriam” video to say goodbye to those who have been accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
Yep. It’s *that* amazing.
The video, which starts with an image of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein and some hilariously mournful music, includes men in Hollywood who have been caught up in a slew of sexual assault and harassment allegations thanks to the power of the #MeToo movement. And honestly? We love it.
Despite the amusing undercurrent, the video sends a powerful message that women everywhere are done with abusers. Because, frankly, enough is enough.
The Razzies “In Memoriam” video also included photos of offenders like Kevin Spacey, Bill Cosby, Casey Affleck, Woody Allen, James Franco, and more. We love how the Razzies didn’t hold back from calling out unacceptable behavior, and we fully support the Time’s Up Movement as it continues to shatter the era of silence around abuse.
Most importantly? The video ends with a message that *everyone* can get behind:
“Very sorry, but we won’t be missing you — or your kind.
Watch the entire Razzies “In Memoriam” video here:
Though we laughed at the snarky video, we know we still have work to do to end rape culture. We’re so proud of the countless survivors who have stepped forward to share their stories. Honestly, we hope the #MeToo movement is the beginning of the end for this toxic behavior in society. Let’s build a better future together!