This fake trailer for a film titled "Movie Title" at Cracked.com is the closest thing I've seen to such an adaptation of Roger Ebert's guide, though it specifically focuses on the cliches, stereotypes, hackneyed formulas, etc. of Academy Award winners. I'd say it's more relevant to the term "Oscar bait" more than certain Oscar winners, but whatever the intent I found the parody hilarious.
I'm not alone in my laughter, either, but I might be alone in admitting I'd actually watch a feature length version of "Movie Title." As someone who forgives expository dialogue at times, I actually loved the bare-faced lines in this video. Especially the simple, straightforward exchange, "'My name.' 'My name.' 'Catch phrase!'" And the final admission of adding a final comedic moment to a trailer for a serious movie was so spot on.
Check out the trailer after the jump. And compare it to the films nominated for tonight's Academy Awards.
A Trailer for Every Academy Award Winning Movie Ever -- powered by Cracked.com