Halle Berry reveals what she did with the "Worst Actress" Razzie award she got from her portrayal of Catwoman in 2014 and also shares an important message.The 55-year-old actress did an interview for Vanity Fair's timeline video series and reflected on the highs and lows of her career.Looking back on her unforgettable Razzie moment, Halle shared why she chose to accept the award in person and what she did with it after.Razzie Worst Actress Award“I went to the Razzie [Awards] because I feel like we all take ourselves so seriously,” she said. “If we get an award, if we get the Oscar, we somehow are made to feel like we’re somehow better than everybody else, but we’re really not."“I always learned that if you can’t be a good loser, then you don’t deserve to be a good winner. So I went there and made fun of myself.”“I had a great time and then I set that thing on fire,” Berry said, laughing.Halle's Oscar AwardWhile her portrayal of the feline superhero may have been a fail, with the movie flopping and getting a mere 3.4% rating on IMDb, we all know that Halle is a great actress.In fact, she has a shiny Oscar trophy to prove it. Berry's performance for 2001 romantic drama movie Monster's Ball received praises and earned her a Best Actress award.Hilarious Acceptance SpeechTo prove that she has a sense of humor, Halle attended the parody show back in 2014 to accept her award in person.She walked on the stage carrying her Oscar trophy on her hand and accepting the Razzie on the other. The beauty went on to give a hilarious speech, calling out Warner Brothers, and her manager for the "piece-of-shit" movie.She ended her speech with a humble message:"I’ll do what my mother taught me and stand here graciously, I’ll take the criticism, take it as a lesson learned, and I hope to God I never see these people ever again.”Halle Berry On 'Bruised'Currently, Halle has embarked in a new and exciting chapter in her career. She made her directorial debut in the movie Bruised, while also starring in it.The movie, which is streaming on Netflix, tells the story of Jackie Justice, a disgraced MMA fighter who's working to redeem her name and glory.When asked what she hopes people take away from the film, Halle said:"We can all find redemption. We can have second chances, last chances, other chances, and that we all have the right to put our pieces back together. That we're all fractured and we're all broken and psychologically, we can put ourselves all back together. It's only over when we say it's over."