2011 Poppies And Rosies Awards

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THE 2011 POPPY AWARDS
Awarded by TC Kirkham, co-host, Subject:CINEMA
* = NEW/REACTIVATED IN 2012

TC’S BAKERS DOZEN FOR 2011

THE ARTIST
ATTACK THE BLOCK
BEING ELMO: A PUPPETEER’S  JOURNEY
DRIVE
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
PASSIONE
PROJECT NIM
TROLL HUNTER
WARRIOR
WIN WIN
X MEN FIRST CLASS

BEST PICTURE – DRIVE
(Runner up – THE ARTIST)

BEST DIRECTOR – MICHAEL HAZANAVICIUS, THE ARTIST
(Runner up- NICOLAS WINDING REFN, DRIVE)

BEST ACTOR – RYAN GOSLING, DRIVE
(Runner up – DANIEL CRAIG, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO)

BEST ACTRESS – ROONEY MARA, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO
(Runner up – AMY SEIMETZ, A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – NICK NOLTE, WARRIOR
(Runner up – ALBERT BROOKS, DRIVE)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – CARINA LAU, DETECTIVE DEE & THE MYSTERY OF THE PHANTOM FLAME
(Runner Up – CARRIE MULLIGAN, DRIVE)

BEST JUVENILE PERFORMANCE – ALEX SHAFFER, WIN-WIN
(Runner Up – ALEX ESMAIL, ATTACK THE BLOCK)

BEST ENSEMBLE- X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (JAMES MACEVOY, MICHAEL FASSBINDER, ROSE BYRNE, JENNIFER LAWRENCE, NICHOLAS HOULT, CALEB LANDRY JONES, LUCAS TILL, ZOE KRAVITZ, EDI GATHEGI,  ALEX GONZALEZ,  JANUARY JONES, JASON FLEMYNG, MATT CRAVEN, OLIVER PLATT, GLENN MORSHOWER, KEVIN BACON)
(Runner Up – HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART TWO )

BEST ANIMATED FILM –THE ADVENTURES OF TIN TIN: THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN
(Runner up- KUNG FU PANDA 2)

BEST DOCUMENTARY – PROJECT NIM
(Runner up – PASSIONE)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY – PAOLO BENVENUTTI, LE QUATTRO VOLTE

BEST FILM YOU HAVEN’T SEEN – THE RUNWAY/THE BEAST PAGEANT

BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCES, MALE – JOHN BOYEGA, ALEX ESMAIL, ATTACK THE BLOCK

BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCES, FEMALE – FELICITY JONES, LIKE CRAZY;  BERENICE BEJO, THE ARTIST

BEST VOICE PERFORMANCE – ANDY SERKIS, THE ADVENTURES OF TIN TIN

BEST POPCORN MOVIE – CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER

MOST FUN AT A MOVIE – ATTACK THE BLOCK

* BEST PREMIUM OR ROAD SHOW ATTRACTION – RIFFTRAX: JACK THE GIANT KILLER

BEST ORIGINAL SONG – “PICTURES IN MY HEAD”, KERMIT, FROM “THE MUPPETS”

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – HENRY JACKMAN, X-MEN FIRST CLASS

BEST USE OF AN INDIVIDUAL SONG – “A REAL HERO” – COLLEGE, FROM “DRIVE”

BEST POP SOUNDTRACK – “THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, PART ONE”

BEST MUSICAL PERFORMANCE – “TAMMURRIATTA NERA/PISTOL PACKIN’ MAMA”  – PEPPE BARA & MAX CASELLA,  PASSIONE

BEST ON-SCREEN TEAM – TROLL HUNTER

BEST CAMEO – HUGH JACKMAN, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS

BEST SEMI – CAMEO – SHAUN WHITE, FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS

BEST ANIMATED OR CGI SEQUENCE IN A NON- ANIMATED FILM – THE BUILDING SNAKE, TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON

BEST ONE ON ONE FIGHT SCENE – DETECTIVE DEE VS JING’ER, DETECTIVE DEE AND THE MYSTERY OF THE PHANTOM FLAME

BEST BATTLE SCENE – THE ARMY FIGHTERS VS SHAOLIN WARRORS, SHAOLIN

BEST SCENE STEALERS – MICHAEL AJAO AND SAMMY WILLIAMS, AS “PROBS” AND “MAYHEM, “ATTACK THE BLOCK”

BEST ONE LINER – Potty mouth sequence, ATTACK THE BLOCK

*MOST INFURIATING/HEARTBREAKING ONSCREEN MOMENT – “I CAN’T FEEL MY LEGS” FROM X-MEN: FIRST CLASS

MOST PLEASANT SURPRISE – X-MEN: FIRST CLASS

BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE YEAR –GREEN LANTERN

MOST INFECTIOUS LAUGH – “Do you Think Michael Moore Gave Up After His First Attempt?” – TROLL HUNTER

MOST ANNOYING TREND – AMERICAN REMAKES OF FOREIGN HITS

MOOHAHA AWARD – MALE – RON PERLMAN, DRIVE

MOOHAHA AWARD – FEMALE – ROSE MCGOWAN, CONAN THE BARBARIAN

*BEST 3-D PRESENTATION – FRIGHT NIGHT 3D

*BEST DVD/BD LIVE EXTRAS – (TIE) ATTACK THE BLOCK & X-MEN FIRST CLASS

*BEST TRAILER – “THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY”

HAT TRICK AWARD – JESSICA CHASTAIN – SIX FILMS RELEASED IN 2011

AUDIOVISIONARY AWARD – JOHN TURTURRO, PASSIONE

* VIRAL VISION AWARD – WILL NORTON/BEN BREEDLOVE

* THE YARP AWARD – THE FUTURE

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THE 2011 ROSIE AWARDS
Awarded by Kim Brown, co-host, Subject:CINEMA

KIM’S TOP TEN FILMS OF 2011

THE ARTIST
ATTACK THE BLOCK
BEING ELMO: A PUPPETEER’S JOURNEY
CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER
DRIVE
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2
THE MUPPETS
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
PROJECT NIM
WIN WIN

Best Picture:  “The Music Never Stopped”
(Runner Up:  “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”)

Best Director:  Nicolas Winding Refn, “Drive”
(Runner Up:  Kenneth Brannagh, “Thor”)

Best Actor:  Daniel Radcliff as “Harry Potter”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”
(Runner Up:  Leonardo DiCaprio as “J. Edgar Hoover” in “J. Edgar”

Best Actress:  Amy Seimetz as “Sarah”, “A Horrible Way to Die”
(Runner Up:  Amy Ryan as “Jackie Flaherty”, “Win Win”)

Best Supporting Actor:  Nick Nolte as “Paddy Conlon”, “Warrior”
(Runner Up:  Albert Brooks as “Bernie Rose”, “Drive”)

Best Supporting Actress:  Kat Dennings as “Darcy Lewis”, “Thor”
(Runner Up:  Julie Walters as “Molly Weasley”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”)

Best Ensemble Cast:  “Attack the Block”
(Runner Up:  “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”)

Best Juvenile Performance:  Joel Courtney, “Super 8”
(Runner Up:  Maggie Elizabeth Jones, “We Bought a Zoo”)

Best Animated Film:  “Kung Fu Panda 2”
(Runner Up:  “Happy Feet 2”)

Best Documentary:  “Project Nim”
(Runner Up:  “Being Elmo:  A Puppeteers Journey”)

Best Cinematography:  Anthony Pun, “Shaolin”
Best Film You Haven’t Seen:  “The Runway”
Breakthrough Performance (Male):  Colin Ford, “We Bought a Zoo”/John Boyega, “Attack the Block”
Breakthrough Performance (Female):  Astid Berges-Frisbey, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”/Elle Fanning, “Super 8”, “We Bought a Zoo”
Best Animated Voice:  Johnny Depp, “Rango”
Best Popcorn Movie:  “Thor”
Best Premium/Roadshow Attraction: Rifftrax showing of “Jack the Giant Killer”
Most Fun at a Movie:  “Being Elmo:  A Puppeteer’s Journey”
Best Original Song:  “Life’s a Happy Song”, “The Muppets”
Best Original Score:  “Drive”
Best Pop/Rock Soundtrack:  “The Music Never Stopped”
Best Use of a Song in a Film:  “Under Pressure”, “Happy Feet 2”
Best Musical Performance:  “The Whistling Caruso” by Andrew Bird (performed by Walter), “The Muppets”
Most Annoying Trend:  Too much in the trailers!
Best On-Screen Team:  Daniel Radcliff, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”
Best Cameo:  Hugh Jackman, “X-Men: First Class”
Most Pleasant Surprise:  “Attack the Block”
Biggest Disappointment:  “Like Crazy”
Best Scene-Stealer (Live Action):  Ryan Lee, “Super 8”
Best Scene-Stealer (Animated):  Will & Bill the Krill, “Happy Feet 2”
Best One on One Fight Scene:  Tommy Riordan vs. Brendan Conlon, “Warrior”
Best Battle Scene:  The entire back half of “13 Assassins”
Best Oneliner:  “Not my daughter, you bitch!” – Julie Walters as “Molly Weasley”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”
Most Infuriating/Heartbreaking Moment:  The fate of Nim and the other chimps, “Project Nim”
Most Infectious Audience Laugh:  “You want a piece of me?”, “Being Elmo:  A Puppeteer’s Journey”
“Moo Ha Ha” Male:  Kevin Bacon, “X-Men:  First Class”
“Moo Ha Ha” Female:  Helena Bonham-Carter, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”
Best 3D Presentation:  “The Darkest Hour”
Audiovisionary Award:  Kevin Clash appearing with Elmo at “Being Elmo:  A Puppeteer’s Journey”
Yarp of the Year:  “Your Highness”
Viral Vision Award:  “Captain America:  The First Avenger”
Best Trailer:  “The Hobbit:  An Unexpected Journey”