"Won" in every category at the 32nd Razzie Awards (Worst Picture, Worst Director (Dennis Dugan), Worst Actor (Adam Sandler as Jack), Worst Actress (Adam Sandler as Jill), Worst Supporting Actor (Al Pacino), Worst Supporting Actress (David Spade as Monica), Worst Screen Couple (Adam Sandler and either Katie Holmes, Al Pacino or Adam Sandler), Worst Prequel, Remake, Ripoff or Sequel (Remake/Ripoff of Glen or Glenda (1953)), Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Ensemble), becoming the first movie in history to do so. It also now holds the record for most Razzie Award "wins" by one film in a single year, with ten awards including Worst Picture of 2011. The record was previously held by the Lindsay Lohan thriller I Know Who Killed Me (2007), with eight awards including Worst Picture of 2007.
Was originally rated PG by the MPAA for "crude and sexual humor, language, comic violence and brief smoking" but was amended to "crude material including suggestive references, language and comic violence."
The official Columbia/Sony Pictures press materials for this movie refer to the Jack and Jill characters as "identical twins." In fact, identical twins can only be of the same sex (because they are genetically *identical*). There are a handful of cases of monozygotic twins of opposite sex, where one embryo lost the Y chromosome during embryogenesis, resulting in a female with Turner Syndrome.
Al Pacino, appearing as a fictionalized version of himself, is shown playing Richard III on stage. In reality, Pacino directed and starred in a documentary about the making of a production of Richard III entitled 'Looking for Richard'.
In addition to setting several other records at the Razzie Awards, it also became only the second film in the history of the Razzie Awards to "sweep" all the top five categories. Including, Worst Picture, Worst Actor - Adam Sandler (as Jack), Worst Actress - Adam Sandler (as Jill), Worst Director - Dennis Dugan and Worst Screenplay by Steve Koren and Adam Sandler, story by Ben Zook. Essentially making it the Razzie equivalent of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), which was the second film to win the "Oscar Grand Slam" (Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Director and Screenplay).