Matthew Lotti 2011

List of Winners
Muriels HOF
Top 10 Lists
Rules and Regulations

Poet-laureate of nothing, nada and zilch, Matthew Lotti continues his struggle to educate ne'er-do-wells in the finer things in life, like why reading books on paper is a good thing, and why Tumblr is not a viable reference for a research essay. When he's not imposing his skewed viewpoints on fragile minds or tormenting those closest to him with useless trivia, he teams up with good pals J. Walker Red and Nat Sherman to set the town on fire. Literally.


Best Feature-Length Film
1. The Tree of Life
2. Melancholia
3. A Separation
4. Le Quattro Volte
5. The Skin I Live In
6. Tuesday, After Christmas
7. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
8. A Dangerous Method
9. Bill Cunningham New York
10. Nostalgia for the Light

Best Lead Performance, Male
1. Brad Pitt, The Tree of Life
2. Michael Fassbender, Shame
3. Brad Pitt, Moneyball
4. Antonio Banderas, The Skin I Live In
5. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Hesher

Best Lead Performance, Female
1. Elizabeth Olsen, Martha Marcy May Marlene
2. Rooney Mara, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
3. Kirsten Dunst, Melancholia
4. Jessica Chastain, The Tree of Life
5. Saoirse Ronan, Hanna

Best Supporting Performance, Male
1. Viggo Mortensen, A Dangerous Method
2. Ryan Gosling, Crazy, Stupid, Love.
3. John Hawkes, Martha Marcy May Marlene
4. Stephen Spinella, Rubber
5. Corey Stoll, Midnight in Paris

Best Supporting Performance, Female
1. Charlotte Gainsbourg, Melancholia
2. Anna Kendrick, 50/50
3. Marion Cotillard, Midnight in Paris
4. Elena Anaya, The Skin I Live In
5. Olivia Crocicchia, Terri

Best Direction
1. Terrence Malick, The Tree of Life
2. Asghar Farhadi, A Separation
3. Lars Von Trier, Melancholia

Best Screenplay
1. Asghar Farhadi, A Separation
2. Christopher Hampton, A Dangerous Method
3. Pedro Almodóvar, The Skin I Live In

Best Cinematography
1. Manuel Alberto Claro, Melancholia
2. Emmanuel Lubezki, The Tree of Life
3. Pavel Kostomarov, How I Ended This Summer
4. Joel Hodge, Bellflower
5. Robert Richardson, Hugo

Best Cinematic Moment
1. The Afterlife, The Tree of Life
2. The End of the World (Final Scene), Melancholia
3. We Become Smoke..., Le Quattro Volte
4. KEIRA GETS PADDLED, A Dangerous Method
5. The Automaton Draws, Hugo
6. Brother versus Brother, Warrior
7. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You, Tuesday, After Christmas
8. Mad Max Reborn, Bellflower
9. Mr. Fitzgerald on Caring, Terri
10. Back to the Moulin Rouge, Midnight in Paris

Best Cinematic Breakthrough
1. Elizabeth Olsen
2. Jessica Chastain
3. Quentin Dupieux
4. Rooney Mara

Best Body of Work
1. Brad Pitt
2. Michael Fassbender
3. Ryan Gosling

Best Ensemble Performance
1. A Separation
2. Melancholia
3. The Tree of Life

Best Web-Based Criticism, or Folks I Turn To When I'm Like 'Thank Christ I'm Not the Only Person on Earth That Actually Watched That Horseshit'

Those Obscure Objects of Desire
1. Abbie Cornish, Sucker Punch
2. Amanda Seyfried, Red Riding Hood
3. January Jones, X-Men: First Class
4. Marion Cotillard, Midnight in Paris
5. Anna Kendrick, 50/50

10th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 2001
1. What Time Is It There?
2. Spirited Away
3. Mulholland Dr.
4. The Piano Teacher
5. Ghost World

25th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1986
1. Hannah and Her Sisters
2. Aliens
3. Tampopo
4. Jean de Florette 
5. Manon of the Spring
50th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1961
1. Last Year at Marienbad
2. Yojimbo
3. Through a Glass Darkly
4. Jules and Jim
5. Breakfast at Tiffany's

Special Award: Ten Films From the 90's That Still Strike Me as Being Fantastic in Retrospect Although I Was Only a Teenager at the Time and Lord Knows I'm Probably Wrong
1. Unforgiven
2. Eyes Wide Shut
3. Rushmore
4. Chungking Express
5. Goodfellas
6. Schindler's List
7. The Shawshank Redemption
8. Naked
9. Audition
10. Fight Club

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