Thank you for joining us again for the next round of SAAE awards as part of the ongoing SAAE15/16 celebrations. Tonight’s category is film, and I once again thank the SGFCMoM for their tireless commitment to recognising the very best in art and entertainment making this event possible
The Bazinga Award
For most overrated TV show:
Stranger things (2016)
2016’s Stranger Things deserves this award for its staggering mediocrity proportional to the critical acclaim surrounding it. Also, for their endorsement of Antifa the cast members deserve only to be thrown out of a helicopter
The New Flesh Award
For best TV Show:
Samurai Jack (2001)
In celebration of the 5th season to be released in the coming month, Genndy Tartakovsky’s 2001 animated masterpiece is bestowed this award with great enthusiasm.
The Based Trigger Award
For best anime:
One Punch Man (2015)
Yes, it is indeed possible the japs can outdo hollywood on capeshit and One Punch Man is the proof. Possibly – quite likely in fact – the best anime ever made.
The Human Bean Award
For best character:
George Patton – from Patton (1970)
George C Scott’s portrayal of the eponymous General Patton exemplifies the spirit of war in such a way that has been unrivalled since.
The Brother Bear Award
For most underrated movie:
(Honorable mention: Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome)
Perhaps the most ambitious war film ever conceived. Supported by the exceptional performances from Christopher Plummer and Rod Steiger, and a general sense of scale unlike anything seen since, this movie truly epitomizes the term ‘warkino’.
The Howard Ashman Award
For best original song from a film
We Don’t Need Another Hero (1985) – Tina Turner
From “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome”
Tina Turner’s memorable performance in the third Mad Max film is underscored by her valuable contribution to the soundtrack.
The Éponine Award
For most underappreciated genre
It’s no accident that there hasn’t been a truly decent war film since the 80s. Today’s feminised millenial audiences have lost interest in this traditionally masculine class of film. Perhaps when they are inevitably called to fight in the next World War their disposition will change.
The Beauty and the Beast Award
For best animated film
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
The creative and unique yet decidedly touching Lilo and Stitch represents the best of the disney post-renaissance era.
The Rawcorp Award
For most redpilled film:
Gone with the Wind (1939)
With refreshing doses of confederate sympathy, mild ‘sexism’, and masculine virtue, Gone with the Wind is a movie that couldn’t be made today as a simple fact of political reality.’
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Award
For most bluepilled film:
Batman vs Superman (2016)
The notion of capeshit movies as serious dramas serves only as fodder to manchildren. Fortunately, Zack Snyder’s attempts at a coherent cinematic universe have continued to fall apart, much to the chagrin of plebeians like Cheng Puck.
The Klendathu Drop Award
For best science fiction
Bravo Nolan. While commonly misunderstood for its core themes by the more simple minded, the 2014 science fiction epic Interstellar is not only one of the best movies of this century so far but has earned a commendable standing amongst the greatest science fiction films ever produced.
The MOTY Award for 2015/16
For film of the year:
Thank you for joining us here at SGFCMoM. Stay tuned for more awards in the coming weeks.
Merry SAAE to all.
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