Home Uncategorized Golden Globes: Tarantino, Anne Hathaway, Game Change, Christoph Waltz Among Winners

Quentin Tarantino picked up Best original Screenplay for “Django.” Add that to Christoph Waltz’s win for Best Supporting Actor, and you have something interesting going on…

“Amour” wins Best Foreign Film. The HFPA members are old enough to relate to it. Claire Danes wins Best Actress for “Homeland.”

Anne Hathaway just won Best Supporting Actress from “Les Miz.” She gave a lovely speech with a great nod to fellow nominee Sally Field.

UPDATE: “Homeland” actor Damien Lewis just won Best Actor, Drama Series. Claire Danes will win Best Actress. “Homeland” will win Best Drama Series. Yawn! Maggie Smith and Don Draper should team up against those people…

“Game Change” and its star Julianne Moore just picked up more awards at the Golden Globes after winning Emmy Awards last fall. Christoph Waltz won Best Supporting Actor in a film for “Django Unchained.” Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are doing great at poking fun at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. But there’s more. Coming….

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  1. Roger, thank you for pointing out Anne Hathaway’s great speech-my favorite of night, besides Jodie Foster’s speech. On the other blogs, many people were trashing Anne’s speech as being phony. You just can’t please people. Haters will always hate- especially females. It is all quite sad in my book.

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