The Fourth Annual Madison/ Felix Awards (1999)

Best ‘Best Boy’

  • Monsignor Quixote
  • Lady from Shanghai
  • Fatso
  • The Conqueror Worm

Best Key Grip

  • The Big Liebowski
  • Shanghai Triad
  • The Third Man
  • Magic

Best Executive Producer

  • Romeo is Bleeding
  • Backbeat
  • I Shot Andy Warhol
  • Electra Glide in Blue

Most Respected Actor in a Bad Film

  • John Caridine (Blood Legacy)
  • George Burns (18 Again)
  • Dudley Morre (Like Father Like Son)
  • Jodie Foster (Freaky Friday)

Best Animation

  • Ghost in the Shell
  • New Pig Products
  • Fletch Lives
  • The Pink Panther

Best Comedic Performance in a Non-Comedic Role

  • Eric Stoltz (Mask)
  • Jennifer Lopez (Selina)
  • John Hurt (The Elephant Man)
  • Eric Fryer (The Terry Fox Story)

Best Unintentional Cameo

  • Andy Kaufman (God Told Me To)
  • John Ratzenburger (Ghandi)
  • Slyvester Stallone (Bananas)
  • Harry Dean stanton (The Godfather Part II)

Most Stillted Performance of a Rock Star in a Film

  • Lemmy (Airheads)
  • Henry Rolands (The Chase)
  • Paul McCartney (Eat the Rich)
  • Kiss (Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park)

Worst Sequel

  • The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again
  • Return of the Shaggy Dog
  • Selina Conquers the Martians
  • Beastmaster II: Through the Portal of Time

Most Predictable Plot

  • Titanic
  • The Bunker
  • The Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Hindenburg: A Love Story

Best Plot for a Mind Transfer Film

  • Freaky Friday
  • Vice Versa
  • Like Father Like Son
  • 18 Again

Ben Pierce Award for Most Annoying Person in a Film

  • Leonardo DiCaprio (Titanic)
  • Leonardo DiCaprio (The Man in the Iron Mask)
  • Franklin (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
  • Tom Hanks (Forest Gump)

The Alan Ormsby Overacting Achievement Award

  • Leonardo DiCaprio (What’s Eating Gilbert Grape)
  • Faye Dunaway (Mommie Dearest)
  • John Tutturro (The Big Liebowski)
  • Jabba the Hut (Return of the Jedi)

William Shatner Award for Acting Excellence

  • William Shatner (Judgement at Nuremburg)
  • William Shatner (Tekwar)
  • William Shatner (Airplane II)
  • William Shatner (Trekkie Bit)

Best Make Up/Special Effects

  • Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park
  • Soul Man
  • Nightmare on Elm Street
  • My Dinner with Andre

Most Decieveing Title for a Film

  • Ordinary People
  • The Usual Suspects
  • Trainspotting
  • Resevior Dogs

Most Annoying Use if a Child in a Film

  • Red Haired Kid (Jerry Maguire)
  • Little Kid (Home Alone 4)
  • Shirley Temple (Heidi)
  • Dog Murdering Punk (Old Yeller)

Best Costume

  • Dennis Hopper (Tracks)
  • Robin Williams (The Fisher King)
  • Malcolm McDowell (If)
  • Harvey Kietel (The Bad Lieutenant)

Best Musical Score

  • Mahler
  • Jason and the Argonauts
  • Husbands and Wives
  • Cloak Without Dagger

Best Cineamatography

  • Evil Dead
  • David Group (Madisons ’98)
  • Magic Christian (Train Sequence)
  • Head (Daddy’s Song Sequence)

Best One Liner

  • Andrew Dice Clay (Night Patrol, Ed Sulivan impersonation)
  • Goldfinger (‘Nuff said)
  • Odd Couple (FU bit)
  • David Allen Grier (Amazon Women on the Moon)

Best Supporting Actress

  • Julia Roberts (Satisfaction)
  • Texas Girl (The Love Butcher)
  • Anthony Hopkins (as Mother in Psycho)
  • Lucy Van Pelt (Bon Voyage Charlie Brown and Don’t Come Back)

Best Supporting Actor

  • Danny Devito (Romancing the Stone)
  • Andy Kaufman (Heartbeeps)
  • Randy Quaid (Caddyshack II)
  • Rochester (Buck Benny Rides Again)

Best Actress

  • Kim Hunter (Escape from the Planet of the Apes)
  • Barbara Stanwyk (Titanic)
  • Diane Thorne (Ilsa, Haremkeeper of the Oil Shieks)
  • Barbara Striesand (Yentel)

Best Actor

  • James Mason (Lolita)
  • Jeremy irons (Lolita)
  • Chucky (Child’s Play)
  • Mickey Rooney (Silent Night Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker)

Best Director

  • Brian DePalma (Get to Know Your Rabbit)
  • Michael Crichton (Physical Evidence)
  • Inshiro Honda (Ghidrah, the Three Headed Monster)
  • Paul Mazursky (The Pickle)

Best Film

  • Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo
  • Igor and the Lunatics
  • What’s Up Tiger Lily
  • Class of Nuke ‘Em High 2: Subhumanoid Meltdown
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2 Responses

  1. New Pig Products! Yeah, I got back at Dan tenfold after he signed me up for some stupid book and also had the bill sent to me.

    I put Dan on every free junk mail list I could find…

    Heh heh.

    Which Madisons was it where I had just broken up with some older dude who was divorced with a kid and I went on a bender at Anacone’s and picked up some slick haired guy to take to the Madisons and then the dude ended up being bisexual and he spent the whole night hitting on other dudes?

    Ah, the 90s.

  2. I remember him. He had painted nails, and had just divorced his wife who was 10 years older than him and started going out with you, who was 10 years younger than him.

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