Bennett successfully reading My Immortal over three months and over two hours together, presumably at the cost of his permanent sanity.
An older example, but I've always considered it awesome. Little Miss Gamer did a video about an old "Simon Says" game, because she didn't have any other portable system like a Gameboy or DS. Not only did someone donate a DS to her later, but during the improv filming of Z playing the game in the park, they got a surprise cameo by Tom Green. A little internet show got a big name, how is that not cool?
Brad Jones decides to make a review with his friend Jerrid for The Room, in support of his colleagues who had their videos unfairly removed. They act out several scenes from the movie themselves to get past the lawsuit issue. Also doubles as a Crowning Moment of Funny.
And then they actually got Wiseau to back off, and put the video back up.
Episode 8 of "Video Game Confessions" combines it with Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: Donkey Kong has disowned his gay son Donkey Kong Jr., but upon seeing Link dump him in a particularly Jerkass manner, he beats the everloving crap out of him and tells Jr. "You still my son."
JewWario's ending to his Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan. In which... He calls out Ouendan and finishes the review being cheered on Ouendan.
8-Bit Mickey of Game Heroes did a Very Special Episode covering the protests of the Westboro Baptist Church at a Holocaust museum. During an interview with a member of the WBC, he managed to stay completely and totally cool, not even offering rebuttals. Even at the end, he stated how much the actions of the church made him sick. But never, not once, did he lose his composure.
The CharityDrives they've done to create money for the Ronald Mcdonald House. The first, they went 7 hours and raised $26,000 and the second, they went 11 hours and were able to raise $43,000+. Not bad for a bunch a geeks goofing off.
Actually, the second one did even better - they continued raising money for a few days after the live drive, and managed to raise $50,000. Wow!
Doug wins the Mashable Award for Entrepeneur of the Year, and manages the seemingly impossible feat of clearly being absolutely sincere when he says he doesn't deserve it.
Your mileage will definitely vary, but the section of Doug's video on movies he hates that everyone else loves, where he finally sits down as himself, not any of his characters, and talks to the District 9 fans like intelligent adults about why he doesn't like the movie.
The Zod National Anthem.
Hell, the entire performance. Any lesser man would be on the floor laughing at himself halfway through, or at least let through a knowing smirk, but not Doug. "All in all, my campaign can be summed up in one word: KNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL!!!!!!!
Luke Mochrie reviews the Justin Bieber movie, and instead of tearing into as most expected he gives a well thought out speech on why it's pointless to pay him out.
CR figuring out a solid continuity behind DR. INSANO. Something Spoony himself hasn't even tried.
From Video Games Awesome!'s MinekraftKombat tournament, the Kool Aid man using his "Oh Yeah!" wall crash as a fatality move.
Hot off the sad news that the Critic is indeed hanging up his hat (save for special occasions, on his announcement vid he's explicitly stated to be not dead), Mr. Walker reveals that TGWTG has procured a STUDIO. A legit, STUDIO. They now have a real production base and full on location. The next step is going to be big and awesome indeed.
On May 10th, 2013, the TGWTG family gained a NEW member on their blistered thumbs website: Ross Scott. Why? Because Silent ProtagonistGordon Freemanwears glasses. This also doubles as a Crowning Moment of Heartwarming given that after leaving Machinima, since he didn't like the new contract, Ross had been put through absolute hell, describing his situation as causing massive amounts of stress and feeling like he was under duress. This is a PROUD day for the internet.
After a Twitter account called @TGWTG_Fans.txt was released and was releasing quotes from fanfics without permission of the authors (Humiliating them in the process), most of the critcs (In particular, Lewis, Kyle, Nash, Roses and Leon) all posted that the writers had nothing to be ashamed about. Doubles as a Crowning Moment of Heartwarming.
Malcolm using his Ice Water Challenge to talk about Ferguson and how police abuse their authority.
Tamara was getting badly harassed by some boys, and she contacted their parents and schools in order to teach them a lesson.