Even propaganda can be good art. In that spirit, I nominate The Reader for the inaugural Leni Riefenstahl Award for Excellence in Propaganda.
"Today’s Muslim comic is but a reincarnation of the classical court jester. The latter served his ruler whereas the former entertains the masses, this being the age of democracy. A further parallel can be drawn between some of the modern day Imams and the court jurists. The Durbari Mullah served the ruler, giving out favorable fatwas. Some modern day Imams do the same thing: dishing out favorable fatwas or ignoring the contentious issues in order to serve their affluent patrons (most likely to be doctors or highly positioned engineers and businessmen in North America)."