Yes, Hollywood’s second-biggest night is over. Experience it again now through the eyes and mind of MSQ
It’s a good thing the Packers folded just in time for the Golden Globes.
Ricky Gervais surprises me. I’m laughing, which I wasn’t expecting. Nor was Jodie Foster, good sport is she. So is Johnny Depp, but where did his accent come from?
Green is this show’s color. Laura Dern’s dress and Julianne Moore’s earrings. Too bad the hue’s popularity didn’t work for Green Bay.
Is there anyone classier than Kate Winslet? I’m just asking.
Certainly Jeremy Irons can be more than just a crutch for the HFPA president. Give him more to do!!!!!!
Kelsey Grammar wins over Bryan Cranston? This year’s Pia Zadora.
Clearly Jimmy Fallon’s got the moves like Jagger (and Bowie if you’ve seen his TBowie song.
Okay, I know what I’m supposed to say, but really? Madonna created a “Masterpiece?” The song title notwithstanding, you’ve got to be kidding. She sounds surprised to win, and so am I. Mary J. Blige looks surprised, too. Elton looks pissed. It’s now three hours later and she’s still talking.
I’m at a Globes-watching party and my friend’s wife ignored the knocking at the front door because she didn’t want to miss Brad Pitt. Such is the value of being a movie star. Not my friend’s wife (just to be clear.)
So “Tin Tin” wins for Best Animated Feature. When will people realize that motion capture is not animation? Not that I expect the HFPA to know the difference. Jim Cameron will explain it all for them.
Seth Rogan was battling a Woody, but so was everyone else in the Best Screenplay category. I didn’t think they gave a Globe to someone who wouldn’t show up. But Nicole and Clive looked great together.
I love Jessica Lange. I’ve always loved you. And Tootsie was a long time ago. Your talent never fades.
Octavia Spencer wins for playing a maid on The Help. We’ve come a long way since Hattie McDaniels, haven’t we?
I’m surprised Reese Witherspoon presented alone. Seems like she always has two guys fighting over her on film: Water for Elephants, How Do You Know, and apparently also in the upcoming This Means War.
Morgan Freeman is and has always been a class act. Well done, sir!
It will be hard for anyone to top the Modern Family bi-lingual acceptance speech. Que gracioso!
Great punch line to Jean Dujardin’s acceptance speech. Marcel Marceau would have been proud. No?
I guess Tilda Swinton also liked Jimmy Fallon’s TBowie video. That’s some serious moonlight.
If they do a remake of Barbarella it should still star Jane Fonda. You go Jane!
Barring Spock’s ears, could director of The Artist look any more like Leonard Nimoy?
Though not the host, George Clooney lands the best joke of the evening with his Michael Fassbender golfing joke. Fore!
The best thing about The Descendents winning Best Picture Drama is I won the Golden Globes pool at the party attended.
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