Awards Tour: Golden Globe Awards Winners

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Best Motion Picture - Drama

Black Swan
Black Swan
86%


The Fighter
87%


Inception
87%


The King's Speech
93%


The Social Network
96%



Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical


Alice in Wonderland
51%


Burlesque
37%

The Kids Are All Right
The Kids Are All Right
95%


Red
70%


The Tourist
20%



Best Director

Darren Aronofsky
An Education
Black Swan
86%

David Fincher

The Social Network
96%

Tom Hooper

The King's Speech
93%

Christopher Nolan

Inception
87%

David O. Russell

The Fighter
87%



Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama

Jesse Eisenberg

The Social Network
96%

Colin Firth

The King's Speech
93%

James Franco
James Franco

127 Hours
93%

Ryan Gosling

Blue Valentine
91%

Mark Wahlberg

The Fighter
86%



Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama

Halle Berry

Frankie and Alice
--

Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman

Rabbit Hole
89%

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Winter's Bone
94%

Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman

Black Swan
86%

Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams

Blue Valentine
88%



Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Johnny Depp

The Tourist
20%

Johnny Depp

Alice in Wonderland
51%

Paul Giamatti

Barney's Version
75%

Jake Gyllenhaal

Love and Other Drugs
43%

Kevin Spacey

Casino Jack
58%



Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Annette Bening
Annette Bening

The Kids Are All Right
95%

Anne Hathaway

Love and Other Drugs
43%

Angelina Jolie

The Tourist
20%

Julianne Moore

The Kids Are All Right
95%

Emma Stone

Easy A
86%



Best Performance by an Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture

Christian Bale

The Fighter
87%

Michael Douglas

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
54%

Andrew Garfield

The Social Network
96%

Jeremy Renner

The Town
94%

Geoffrey Rush

The King's Speech
93%



Best Performance by an Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture


Amy Adams

The Fighter
87%

Helena Bonham Carter

The King's Speech
93%


Mila Kunis

Black Swan
86%


Melissa Leo

The Fighter
87%


Jacki Weaver

Animal Kingdom
96%


Best Animated Film


Despicable Me
82%


How to Train Your Dragon
98%


The Illusionist
91%


Tangled
88%


Toy Story 3
99%




Best Original Song - Motion Picture Best Foreign Language Film
"Bound to You" from Burlesque Biutiful
"You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" from Burlesque I Am Love
-- "Coming Home" from Country Strong The Concert
"There's a Place for Us" from The Chronicles of Narnia -- The Edge
"I See the Light" from Tangled -- In a Better World
Best Screenplay - Motion Picture Best Original Score - Motion Picture
127 Hours 127 Hours
Inception Alice in Wonderland
The Kids Are All Right Inception
The King's Speech The King's Speech
The Social Network The Social Network

Golden Globes television nominations on page 2!

Comments

Chris W.

Chris W

I'd say the biggest surprise is the nominations for The Tourist...

Dec 14 - 06:55 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

And Alice in Wonderland with Burlesque. Seriously, all three could have been swap for Toy Story 3. Hell, Toy Story 2 was nominated and won best Comedy/Musical in its year. Anyways, The Golden Globes are worse than the Oscars.

Dec 14 - 06:59 AM

Chris W.

Chris W

Very strong lineup of films in the 'Best Motion Picture - Drama' category, however.

Dec 14 - 07:00 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Yup. Anyways, since when has Johnny Depp transformed into Samuel L. Jackson?

Dec 14 - 07:03 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Okay it's fixed.

Dec 14 - 08:08 AM

69BUCK

JIM GRONEFELD

I don't think it's fixed, but I don't think the nominating committee even watches some of these movies. The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland best pictures?

Dec 14 - 08:40 AM

Bakstar Inc

Tyler Baker

It's unreal that ever other awards association are pretty much on the money and universal with their picks, and the Golden Globes are way out in left field. First, they left The Town out of almost everything. I understand Drama was a good category this year, but The Town is in the top ten best films of the year. All the good comedies that came out this year and they pick a bunch of movies that aren't even comedies. Red and The Tourist are action movies. The Tourist should be getting Razzie Noms, not Golden Globes.

You're right, Golden Globes are bad. The HFPA needs to be purged. They're supposed to set the tone for who will take home what at the Oscars, but if the Oscars come out with nominations like these, I'm going to be tuning out for the first time in ten years.

Dec 14 - 11:20 AM

Sulachhan panthi

sulachhan panthi

The Town is one of the best movie of 2010 along with Inception and The Town even not getting the nomination it is a shame for such prestigious award !!!!

Jan 22 - 02:49 PM

Joey R.

Joey Rayburn

The Golden Globes needs to not care about ratings and start caring about what awards are supposed to do, award movies for being amazing. Kids aren't going to watch a 3 hour long show in hopes of seeing a glimpse of Angelina Jolie or Johhny Depp...

Dec 15 - 01:36 PM

stillkrsfromprp

Chris Hall

I agree!! Why is Toy Story 3 not nominated?

Jan 16 - 07:22 PM

thinkpol

Travis Donnelly

Agreed, I can't believe it is nominated let alone as a comedy or musical

Dec 14 - 09:10 AM

thinkpol

Travis Donnelly

Agreed, I can't believe it is nominated let alone as a comedy or musical

Dec 14 - 09:11 AM

jordan b.

jordan barbosa

These guys must have some sick, twisted obsession with Johnny Depp. He's a good actor, but his movies this year are not good. Why are Alice in Wonderland and The Tourist nominated? They're horrible! The Tourist isn't even a Musical or Comedy!
...And where the heck is Scott Pilgrim vs. The World!!!!

Dec 14 - 02:26 PM

rabdolph

Randolph Pontillas

They surely missed out Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Dang!

Jan 16 - 08:49 PM

Pycs

Matthew Charlebois

Its really a publicity stunt. Nominate Angelina Jolie or Johnny Depp and have them show up to boost ratings. The Globes are kind of a joke really, if you look at how mediocre and borderline terrible the comedies/ musicals are (besides The Kids Are Alright.) The dramatic categories look great, except for Danny Boyle not getting nominated or Halle Berry getting nominated.

Dec 15 - 12:11 PM

Dave

Dave Dean

YES! Agree! I guess 2010 was just that sparse of good things in cinema.

Jan 17 - 01:44 PM

August M.

Agustin Macias

And Alice in Wonderland with Burlesque. Seriously, all three could have been swap for Toy Story 3. Hell, Toy Story 2 was nominated and won best Comedy/Musical in its year. Anyways, The Golden Globes are worse than the Oscars.

Dec 14 - 06:59 AM

Chris W.

Chris W

Very strong lineup of films in the 'Best Motion Picture - Drama' category, however.

Dec 14 - 07:00 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Yup. Anyways, since when has Johnny Depp transformed into Samuel L. Jackson?

Dec 14 - 07:03 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Okay it's fixed.

Dec 14 - 08:08 AM

69BUCK

JIM GRONEFELD

I don't think it's fixed, but I don't think the nominating committee even watches some of these movies. The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland best pictures?

Dec 14 - 08:40 AM

Bakstar Inc

Tyler Baker

It's unreal that ever other awards association are pretty much on the money and universal with their picks, and the Golden Globes are way out in left field. First, they left The Town out of almost everything. I understand Drama was a good category this year, but The Town is in the top ten best films of the year. All the good comedies that came out this year and they pick a bunch of movies that aren't even comedies. Red and The Tourist are action movies. The Tourist should be getting Razzie Noms, not Golden Globes.

You're right, Golden Globes are bad. The HFPA needs to be purged. They're supposed to set the tone for who will take home what at the Oscars, but if the Oscars come out with nominations like these, I'm going to be tuning out for the first time in ten years.

Dec 14 - 11:20 AM

Sulachhan panthi

sulachhan panthi

The Town is one of the best movie of 2010 along with Inception and The Town even not getting the nomination it is a shame for such prestigious award !!!!

Jan 22 - 02:49 PM

Joey R.

Joey Rayburn

The Golden Globes needs to not care about ratings and start caring about what awards are supposed to do, award movies for being amazing. Kids aren't going to watch a 3 hour long show in hopes of seeing a glimpse of Angelina Jolie or Johhny Depp...

Dec 15 - 01:36 PM

stillkrsfromprp

Chris Hall

I agree!! Why is Toy Story 3 not nominated?

Jan 16 - 07:22 PM

Chris W.

Chris W

Very strong lineup of films in the 'Best Motion Picture - Drama' category, however.

Dec 14 - 07:00 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Yup. Anyways, since when has Johnny Depp transformed into Samuel L. Jackson?

Dec 14 - 07:03 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Okay it's fixed.

Dec 14 - 08:08 AM

69BUCK

JIM GRONEFELD

I don't think it's fixed, but I don't think the nominating committee even watches some of these movies. The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland best pictures?

Dec 14 - 08:40 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Yup. Anyways, since when has Johnny Depp transformed into Samuel L. Jackson?

Dec 14 - 07:03 AM

Aster

jay aster lastimoso

No nomination for best original score for How To Train Your Dragon? Fail. And all the nominees for best motion picture-comedy or musical are garbage except maybe for Red and The Kids Are All Right. Alice in Wonderland is funnier and a better movie than Get Him To The Greek? Yeah, right.

Dec 14 - 07:25 AM

Dre M.

Dre M.

Seriously, no score nomination for How to Train Your Dragon? I remember turning to my friend during the movie and saying, "I'm buying this soundtrack after this movie," and that was less than 10 minutes into the film! It's also the reason why I went to watch it again, dropping another $15 because it was in 3D.

Sheesh, take out Alice, the Tourist and Burlesque and put in Dragon, Toy Story 3 and Tangled instead. I know they have they're own animated category, but they're all very well produced "comedy" films. It makes absolutely no sense...I'm just baffled.

Dec 15 - 06:59 AM

Stark Industrialist

Daniel Morris

Yeah, what's with that? And The Social Network beating out Inception for best score??? Say Whaaaaaaaaa?!?!? Did they even hear that music? Probably not, as they were too busy paying attention to anything but the soundtrack or Leonardo friggin DiCaprio. They've missed everything good about cinema. What losers.

Jan 16 - 11:17 PM

rwfatface

Rick Palmer

It's a sad state of affairs when every single movie in your "Best Animated Film" category is better than every movie in your "Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical" category. In fact, the Globe's would gain loads of credibility simply by copying and pasting the movies in the animated category, into the best comedy or musical. They'd fit quite nicely there (certainly better than the jokes currently occupying those spots). Or they could just abandon that category all together.
And Johnny Depp (one of the best actors around, in one of the worst years of his career) taking two up two places with one mediocre performance and one that's just lazy. Sometimes I wonder who they have picking these nominations. They need to decide if they want to be taken seriously, or just become another useless Peoples Choice Award Show.
Say what you will about the Oscar's, but at least crap like this doesn't happen on such a grand scale (year after year after year).

Dec 14 - 07:28 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

It's turning to the VGA's! RUN!!!

Dec 14 - 07:47 AM

Matt Cuffe

Matthew Cuffe

Nothing is as bad as the VGAs. And I don't just mean in the category of award shows.

Dec 14 - 12:34 PM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Best comment fueled by Mountain Dew!

Dec 14 - 02:59 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

I could forgive Alice in Wonderland because even though it's a bad movie Johnny Depp is the best thing in it and delivers a pretty good performance.

Dec 14 - 05:17 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

but The Tourist is baffling.

Dec 14 - 05:17 PM

dudemeister

dude meister

The TOURIST?! Burlesque?! Alice in Wonderland?! No Dicaprio?! Fail. Take out Depp for The Tourist, put Brand in and Greek instead of The Tourist. Yay for Social Network and Inception though

Dec 14 - 07:31 AM

Alex C.

Alex Cuellar

Exactly! What the hell happened, Leonardo DiCaprio delivered some really emotional and edgy performances this year. I thought forsure his Shutter Island performance would've easily won or at least been nominated. If he doesn't get his Oscar win this year or at least a nomination I swear I'll be pissed.

Dec 15 - 09:41 PM

bijio

biji badness

amen, brother.

Jan 16 - 10:54 PM

Dean W.

Dean Wirth

The social Network was a bore, it is the golden child of the awards ceremonies though

Jan 17 - 04:51 AM

Isaac

Isaac H

Wow, some of those are jokes. The Tourist in Best Musical/Comedy? Have they even seen the movie? Also Burlusque and Alice in Wonderland are not worthy of one of the best picture awards. Just a joke.

Dec 14 - 07:31 AM

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August M.

Agustin Macias

Ever since they became focused on ratings, they lost the meaning of TRUE quality.

Dec 14 - 07:53 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

Lack of good comedies, but put Other Guys, Get Him To The Greek, Toy Story 3, Cyrus, and Scott Pilgrim, like August M. said

Dec 14 - 07:55 AM

Jason M.

Jason Muckley

True Grit was completely left out?! That a surprise.

Dec 14 - 07:36 AM

Michael M.

Michael Morse

Not really that surprising. The 90 or so HFPA members have never really been all that crazy for Coen Bros. movies. No change here. I don't think they "get" them.

Dec 14 - 07:52 AM

Daniel S.

Daniel Sibert

Their loss. The Coens are amazing!!

Dec 14 - 08:06 AM

Bye bye

Steven Bailey

I haven't even seen True Grit yet, but I'm pretty sure it should've been nominated just based on who directed it.

Dec 14 - 08:35 PM

Jorge C.

Jorge Cossio

Agreed. The Film looks amazing. Can't wait.

Dec 15 - 11:40 PM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

All the nominations and acting nominations for Drama are great. The nominations for Best Musical/Comedy? Wow those are awful. How does The Tourist, with a 20% approval rating, get nominated for Best Picture and Best Actor and Actress???

The Golden Globes have always been a joke. It's all about ratings and it's all just a poor man's Academy Awards. I'll wait for the Oscars.

Dec 14 - 07:37 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

like I said, its the lack of good comedies. But I say again; take Burlesque and The Tourist the hell outta there. And I say again; "WHERE THE FUCK IS DICAPRIO

Dec 14 - 07:44 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Toy Story 3, Scott Pilgrim, The Other Guys, Get Him to the Greek, and Cyrus. BOOM! 5 comedies better than the ones nominated.

Dec 14 - 07:50 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

EXACTLY the list I'd have picked. And Jonah Hill/ John C. Reilly for best actor - comedy

Dec 14 - 07:52 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Nailed it, those are definitely 5 movies that should have gotten the nominations. The only actual nomination that is worthy is The Kids Are All Right.

Dec 14 - 07:56 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

Actually, there WERE good comedies this year

Dec 14 - 07:57 AM

Daniel S.

Daniel Sibert

Yes. Nailed it on the head

Dec 14 - 08:06 AM

Daniel M.

daniel mueller

Easy A!?

Dec 14 - 04:17 PM

Ryan M.

Ryan Metzger

agreed dudemeister

Dec 15 - 06:22 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Now that I really ponder it, I think these are the five films for Comedy/Musical that should have been nominated (not counting animated movies because obviously the Globes don't know what those are): The Kids Are All Right (nothing wrong with that being there), Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Easy A, Get Him to the Greek, and The Other Guys.

Dec 16 - 12:32 AM

M R.

M R

The Kids Are All Right and Red are both fine nominations. The other three slots should have gone to Easy A, Kick-Ass, and How Do You Know (saw a screening -- no As Good As It Gets, but still good).

Dec 14 - 09:27 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

I never want to hear complaints about American taste ever again after this critical abortion by the Foreign Press.

Dec 14 - 05:23 PM

dudemeister

dude meister

I haven't seen it, but I feel like 127 Hours was snubbed too

Dec 14 - 07:38 AM

thinkpol

Travis Donnelly

I don't quite think it was best picture material, but given the list of nominations it surely could have been nominated.

Dec 14 - 09:14 AM

anDy

Andreas Babs

I feel it could have easily been best picture material. Then again, so are many films this year. It's been a fantastic year.
Maybe if the academy pull their 10 nominations shite this year, 127 Hours will be one of the ten, along with others snubbed here like The Town and Animal Kingdom.
Most of the wins were well deserving.

Jan 16 - 08:41 PM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

And also, call me crazy, but aren't animated films eligible for the Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical category? If that's true, than according to the Golden Globes, Alice in Wonderland, Bulesque, and The Tourist are better movies than Toy Story 3, How to Train Your Dragon, and Tangled. Yeah, right.

Once again, these awards are just garbage.

Dec 14 - 07:44 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Toy Story 2 and Beauty and the Beast won it in their years.

Dec 14 - 07:51 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Exactly. That's why this doesn't make a lick of sense to me...

Dec 14 - 07:55 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

The only reason Burlesque is there is because its the only musical this year, more or less, that's why Nine was there last year. toss out the 'musical part', keep it just 'comedy'

Dec 14 - 07:59 AM

Justin D.

Justin D.

Yeah I don't know what some of these movies are doing on this list. "Burlesque" was a musical yes, but was it a good movie? No. Not at all. "The Tourist"? Of course not. Even in the acting category though...I'm glad Michael is recovering from his cancer but "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" wasn't all that good and his performance was just okay (my opinion). The same goes for Jake Gyllenhaal and Kevin Spacey. Oh well. Let's go "Black Swan", Natalie Portman, Chris Nolan, James Franco, Mila Kunis, the "Inception" score, and "How to Train Your Dragon!"

Dec 17 - 07:34 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

like I said, its the lack of good comedies. But I say again; take Burlesque and The Tourist the hell outta there. And I say again; "WHERE THE FUCK IS DICAPRIO

Dec 14 - 07:44 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Toy Story 3, Scott Pilgrim, The Other Guys, Get Him to the Greek, and Cyrus. BOOM! 5 comedies better than the ones nominated.

Dec 14 - 07:50 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

EXACTLY the list I'd have picked. And Jonah Hill/ John C. Reilly for best actor - comedy

Dec 14 - 07:52 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Nailed it, those are definitely 5 movies that should have gotten the nominations. The only actual nomination that is worthy is The Kids Are All Right.

Dec 14 - 07:56 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

Actually, there WERE good comedies this year

Dec 14 - 07:57 AM

Daniel S.

Daniel Sibert

Yes. Nailed it on the head

Dec 14 - 08:06 AM

Daniel M.

daniel mueller

Easy A!?

Dec 14 - 04:17 PM

Ryan M.

Ryan Metzger

agreed dudemeister

Dec 15 - 06:22 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Now that I really ponder it, I think these are the five films for Comedy/Musical that should have been nominated (not counting animated movies because obviously the Globes don't know what those are): The Kids Are All Right (nothing wrong with that being there), Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Easy A, Get Him to the Greek, and The Other Guys.

Dec 16 - 12:32 AM

August M.

Agustin Macias

It's turning to the VGA's! RUN!!!

Dec 14 - 07:47 AM

Matt Cuffe

Matthew Cuffe

Nothing is as bad as the VGAs. And I don't just mean in the category of award shows.

Dec 14 - 12:34 PM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Best comment fueled by Mountain Dew!

Dec 14 - 02:59 PM

August M.

Agustin Macias

Toy Story 3, Scott Pilgrim, The Other Guys, Get Him to the Greek, and Cyrus. BOOM! 5 comedies better than the ones nominated.

Dec 14 - 07:50 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

EXACTLY the list I'd have picked. And Jonah Hill/ John C. Reilly for best actor - comedy

Dec 14 - 07:52 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Nailed it, those are definitely 5 movies that should have gotten the nominations. The only actual nomination that is worthy is The Kids Are All Right.

Dec 14 - 07:56 AM

dudemeister

dude meister

Actually, there WERE good comedies this year

Dec 14 - 07:57 AM

Daniel S.

Daniel Sibert

Yes. Nailed it on the head

Dec 14 - 08:06 AM

Daniel M.

daniel mueller

Easy A!?

Dec 14 - 04:17 PM

Ryan M.

Ryan Metzger

agreed dudemeister

Dec 15 - 06:22 AM

Superzone

Link O'Fett

Now that I really ponder it, I think these are the five films for Comedy/Musical that should have been nominated (not counting animated movies because obviously the Globes don't know what those are): The Kids Are All Right (nothing wrong with that being there), Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Easy A, Get Him to the Greek, and The Other Guys.

Dec 16 - 12:32 AM

drew h.

drew howard

im sad to see no scott pilgrim or 127 hours. i have yet to see the fighter, black swan or the king's speech, mostly cause they're never at my theatre. the nominations for best comedy musical...oh my gosh. Are they joking!?!?! How about they replace the tourist, alice and burlesque with scott p, toy story 3 and the other guys!?

Dec 14 - 07:50 AM

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