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The 10th Annual Kick Ass Awards

With the Oscars coming up this weekend, it’s time once again for the awards that actually matter, Everything Action’s Kick Ass Awards, celebrating the best and worst of 2015 in film.  Which movie will win the coveted Kick Ass Movie of the Year?  Read on to find out (*Spoiler Warning*)

Best Liam Neeson Movie: Run All Night


Worst Use of Hacking: Blackhat


Most Surprisingly Bad Ass: Colin Firth in Kingsman


Best Out of Nowhere Dance Sequence: Ex Machina

Most Insane Performance by an Oscar Winner: Eddie Redmayne in Jupiter Ascending


Most Negligent Use of Ground Breaking Technology: Chappie

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Just Watch “Re-Animator” Award: The Lazarus Effect

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Best Skewering of Slasher Movie Cliches: The Final Girls

Worst Attempt to be Liam Neeson: Sean Penn in The Gunman


Best PSA Against Teen Sex: It Follows


Best Character Send Off: Brian O’Connor in Furious 7


Best Fight: Statham vs The Rock in Furious 7

Sassiest Villain: Ultron in Age of Ultron

Best Dramatic Peformance by an Action Legend: Stallone in Creed (Runner Up: Schwarzenegger in Maggie)


Best Vehicular Mayhem: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Old School Violence (and BMX biking): Turbo Kid

Most Weirdly Preachy Movie: Tomorrowland and the Loss of Optimism


Scene That Could Have Been the Whole Movie: Statham Describing his Spy Career in Spy

Biggest Emotional Gut Punch: Bing Bong’s Sacrfice in Inside Out

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Most Terrifyingly Mysterious Character: Benicio Del Toro in Sicario


Worst Remake: Point Break (Runner Up: Poltergeist)


Best Old School Disaster Movie: San Andreas

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Best Dinosaur Battle: The Climax of Jurassic World

Most Convoluted Time Travel Plot: Terminator Genisys


Best Superhero Heist Movie: Ant-Man


Best Insanely Dangerous Stunt by Tom Cruise: Hanging off an airplane in MI: Rogue Nation

Worst Use of Video Games: Pixels


Worst Cameo: Chevy Chase in Vacation


Franchise That Just Needs to Go Back to Marvel: Fantastic Four


Most Stylish Movie: Man from UNCLE


Worst Travel Advertisement: No Escape


Worst Attempt to Reboot a Franchise: Hitman: Agent 47


Franchise That Needs to End: Taken


Best Mustache: Kevin Bacon in Cop Car


Best Macgyvering Out of a Bad Situation: Matt Damon in The Martian


Best Bros: Finn and Poe in The Force Awakens

Weirdest Representation of a Real Person: Jack Black’s kind of dickish RL Stine in Goosebumps

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Best Adaptation of a Vin Diesel D&D Campaign: The Last Witch Hunter


Weirdest Credits Sequence: Spectre


Movie That Should Have Been One Part: Mockingjay


Best Ultra Violent Kurt Russell Western: The Hateful Eight (Runner Up: Bone Tomahawk)


“For the Love of God! Give the Boy an Oscar!” Award: Leonardo DiCaprio

Ass Kickers of the Year: Max and Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road (Runners Up: Ethan Hunt and Ilsa Faust in MI: Rogue Nation, Agent Hobbs in Furious 7, Rey in The Force Awakens)mad_max_fury_road_2015-wide

Steven Seagal Direct to DVD Award, Powered by Lighting Energy Drink: Close Range

Jason Statham Award for Excellence in Stathaming: Furious 7

Lincoln Hawks Memorial Over the Top Award: Kung Fury

Kick Ass Movie of the Year: Star Wars: The Force Awakens







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