Blah Blah Blah Awards – 2011

To see the nominations (and now, explanations of the winners) for most categories, click here.

The Tommy Lee Jones Screentime Award (For amassing the most screentime of the year):

– Jessica Chastain (The Debt, Tree Of Life, Take Shelter, The Help, Coriolanus, Texas Killing Fields)

The Kevin Spacey Must Have the Best Agent Award (For appearing in the most top ten movies of the year):

Conrad Vernon (Kung Fu Panda 2 and Puss In Boots)

The Marlon Wayans Award (for appearing in two or more of the worst movies of the same year.]:

– Vanessa Hudgens (Beastly and Sucker Punch)

The Freddie Prinze, Jr. Award (For the best acting in the worst movie of the year – male):

– Rutger Hauer (Hobo With A Shotgun)

The Dina Meyer Award (For the best acting in the worst movie of the year – female):

– Amber Heard (Drive Angry)

The Anna Paquin Best Child Actor Award:

– Mélusine Mayance (Sarah’s Key)

The Nicolas Cage Uneven Performance Award (For the biggest gap in quality between two different performances in the same year):

– Gary Oldman (Red Riding Hood and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)

The Peter Sellers Multiple Role Award:

– Mel Gibson (The Beaver)

The Sean Connery Best Cameo Award:

– Adrian Brody (Midnight In Paris)

The Casey Affleck Worst Cameo Award:

– Ving Rhames (Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol)

The Alfred Hitchcock In Front of the Camera Award (For the least intrusive appearance by a movie’s own director(s)):

– Gavin O’Connor (Warrior)

The Quentin Tarantino In Front of the Camera Award [For most intrusive – not to mention annoying – appearance by a movie’s own director(s)]:

– Kenneth Lonergan (Margaret)

The Drew Barrymore All Grown Up Award:

– Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy Mae Marlene)

The Martin Scorsese Best Use of a Song Award:

– Jason Reitman [“The Concept” by Teenage Fanclub (Young Adult)]

The Andy Garcia Best Shot Award:

– Steven Soderbergh – bat to pig (Contagion)

The John Woo Best Shootout Award:

– Justin Lin (Fast Five)

The French Connection Best Car Chase Award:

Drive

The They Live Best Non-Martial Arts Fight Award:

– Vin Diesel vs. The Rock (Fast Five)

The Die Hard  2 Icicle Award (for best use of an otherwise benevolent object as a weapon):

– table (Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol)

The Cast of Nazis from Raiders of the Lost Ark Award (For worst performance of (an) actor(s) in scenes with special effects):

– Til Schweiger (The Three Musketeers)

The Talking Pig Award (For the two movies most alike released in the same year):

No Strings Attached and Friends With Benefits

The Mulholland Falls Award (For movie that failed most miserably at being as shocking as it hoped to be):

Rampart

The Mulholland Falls Syndrome Award (For the biggest disappointment from the most promising ensemble cast):

Cowboys & Aliens

The Cecil B. DeMille Award (For best portrayal of oneself):

– Steve Coogan (The Trip)

The Godfather Best Sequel Award:

Puss In Boots

The Jaws Worst Sequel Award:

The Hangover II

The The Man Who Knew Too Much Best Remake Award:

The Debt

The Breathless Worst Remake Award:

Just Go With It

The Kevin Costner Worst Accent Award:

– Carla Gugino (Sucker Punch)

The Meryl Streep Award for Best Accent (Female):

– Isla Fisher (Rango)

The Jon Voight Award for Best Accent (Male):

– John C. Reilly (Cedar Rapids)

The Jon Voight Best Impression Award:

– Steve Coogan of Stephen Hawking (The Trip)

The Worst Impression Award:

– Abby Elliot of Drew Barrymore (No Strings Attached)

The Lon Chaney Chameleon Award (for the most unrecognizable performance by an otherwise recognizable personality):

– Kelly McGillis (Stake Land)

The Hamlet Best Production Within A Production Award:

JetBlue ad  (Pom Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever Sold)

The “I’m Not The Bad Guy” Award (for the line so bad, it just had to be repeated):

– “To go against the Church is to go against God” (Priest)

The Rosemary’s Baby Creepiest Moment Award:

– Brandon & Cissy (Shame)

The Citizen Kane Unseen Ending Award:

Final Destination 5

The Passenger 57 Award (for the plot most thoroughly ruined by its trailer):

The Lincoln Lawyer

The Nightwatch Award (for the most heavily promoted movie never to grace us with its presence in a theater):

The Resident

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