A perfunctory nod of appreciation at the rapists, pawns, and deserters who populate the military of Tinseltown’s dreams. Post film critic Kyle Smith says it all, or almost all: I like the fact that they brought out Hanks to do the introduction here, as he’s got what passes for military cred in the industry. Why, he saved Private Ryan, don’tcha know.

First clip is the troops, second clip is from five minutes later, in which the winner of Best Documentary — a film about American soldiers beating a man to death in Afghanistan, natch — pays his own little tribute.