The Bob Awards 2021

29 Apr

Supporting Actor

Walton Goggins – Fatman

Supporting Actress

Marianne Jean-Baptiste – Fatman


Delroy Lindo – Da 5 Bloods


Alison Brie – Horse Girl

Ensemble Cast

One Night in Miami

Adapted Screenplay

Bad Education – Mike Makowsky

Original Screenplay

The Kid Detective – Evan Morgan


David Fincher – Mank

Top 10 Movies of 2020

10. Bill & Ted Face the Music

9. Minari

8. Get Duked!

7. Dear Comrades!

6. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

5. Fatman

4. The Kid Detective

3. Mank

2. Bad Education

Best Picture

One Night in Miami

And now, the fun stuff…

Best Opening: The Vast of Night

Most Entertaining Movie: Fatman

Funniest Movie: Bill & Ted Face the Music

Bill Murray Award for Funniest Performance: Adam Brody – The Kid Detective

Withnail & I Award for Best Friendship: Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves – Bill & Ted Face the Music

Best Action Sequence: Airport Attack – Tenet

Best Villain: Walton Goggins – Fatman

Favorite Quote: “I’ve solved over 200 mysteries!” – The Kid Detective

Best Cameo: Rich Evans’ voice – Psycho Goreman

Best Song: “That Which Binds Us Through Time – The Chemical, Physical, And Biological Nature Of Love And The Exploration Of The Meaning Of Meaning Pt 1” by Kubilay Uner – Bill & Ted Face the Music

Best Animated Movie: Onward

Best Horror Movie: Relic

Best Action Movie: Tenet

Most Overrated Movie: Nomadland

Most Underrated Movie: Fatman

Most Insufferably Smug Movie: I Care a Lot

Worst Movie I Subjected Myself To: The Old Guard

Delightful and Imaginative Surprises: Psycho Goreman and Love and Monsters

Breakout Performers: Viraj Juneja – Get Duked!; Jonathan Majors – Da 5 Bloods; Brigette Lundy-Paine – Bill & Ted Face the Music

Breakout Filmmakers: Evan Morgan (writer-director) – The Kid Detective; Eshom Nelms & Ian Nelms (writer-directors) – Fatman; Ninian Doff (writer-director) – Get Duked!; Lee Isaac Chung (writer-director) – Minari; Regina King (director) – One Night in Miami; Natalie Erika James (writer-director) – Relic

Best Ending: One Night in Miami

Best Overall Production of 2020 That I Watched: It wasn’t a film, nor was it a TV series (The Queen’s Gambit and the “On the Run” episode of What We Do in the Shadows came close however). It was Jon Bois and Alex Rubenstein’s six-episode YouTube series, The History of the Seattle Mariners. At times hilarious, at others profound, but always deeply fascinating and entertaining whether you care about baseball or not, it’s fitting that a story so full of weirdness and heartbreak ended up being 2020’s truest masterpiece.

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