Awards! (2015)

For nominees and explanations, go here.


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

Ryan Reynolds (The Voices; Woman In Gold; Self/less; Mississippi Grind)


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

Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight and Anomalisa)


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

Jeremy Irvine (Beyond The Reach and Stonewall)


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

Thomas Jane (Vice)


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

Anna Kendrick (The Last Five Years)


The Anna Paquin Best Child Actor Award:

Jacob Tremblay (Room)


The Nicolas Cage Uneven Performance Award [For the biggest gap in quality between two different performances in the same year (the good thing is always listed first)]:

Tom McCarthy (Spotlight and The Cobbler)


The Peter Sellers Multiple Role Award:

Tom Noonan (Anomalisa)


The Sean Connery Best Cameo Award:

Josh Peck (The Wedding Ringer)


The Casey Affleck Worst Cameo Award:

Carrie Brownstein (Carol)


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

F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton)


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

Quentin Tarantino (The Hateful Eight)


The Drew Barrymore All Grown Up Award:

Liam Aiken (Ned Rifle)


The Martin Scorsese Best Use of a Song Award:

Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda for “You Really Got Me” by The Kinks (Minions)


The Andy Garcia Impossible Shot Award:

through the bathroom door (Self/less)


The John Woo Best Shootout Award:

Michael Mann (Blackhat)


The William Friedkin Best Car Chase Award:

George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road)


The They Live Best Non-Martial Arts Fight Award:

Max (and Nux) vs. Furiosa (et al) (Mad Max: Fury Road)


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

building(s) (Avengers: Age Of Ultron)


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

Jason Clarke (Terminator Genisys)


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

Montage Of Heck and Soaked In Bleach


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

Goodnight Mommy


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



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

Miley Cyrus (The Night Before)


The Godfather Best Sequel Award:



The Jaws Worst Sequel Award:

Taken 3


The The Man Who Knew Too Much Best Remake Award:

Mad Max: Fury Road


The Breathless Worst Remake Award:

Point Break

The Kevin Costner Worst Accent Award:

Garrett Hedlund (Pan)


The Meryl Streep Award for Best Accent (Female):

Bel Powley (The Diary Of A Teenage Girl)


The Jon Voight Award for Best Accent (Male):

John Boyega (Star Wars: Episode VII ~ The Force Awakens)


The Jon Voight Best Impression Award:

Anthony Ingruber of Harrison Ford as William (The Age Of Adaline)


The Still Unnamed Worst Impression Award:

Melissa Rivers of Joan Rivers (Joy)


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

Richard Jenkins (Bone Tomahawk)


The Hamlet Best Production Within A Production Award:

Mosasaurus show (Jurassic World)


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

“Be a good man.” (Chi-raq)


The This Is 40 Award (for supporting cast member(s) most deserving of a sort-of sequel):

Kill Club (Dark Places)


The Rosemary’s Baby Creepiest Moment Award:

post rape snuggles (The Tribe)


The Citizen Kane Unseen Ending Award:

Slow West


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




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