It’s the Golden Globes! And because I currently have nothing better to do, I am watching and blogging about them. (Nominees here, FYI.)
I’ll be doing some sort of live-blogging/recap as we go on, so… enjoy!
The Artist has emerged in the Oscar race as the feel-good frontrunner for Best Picture. It’s a silent romantic comedy featuring a delightful international cast and a cute puppy, and even though its protagonist contemplates suicide in a melodramatic, over-the-top silent movie way, overall it’s a happy-go-lucky film.
Who could hate The Artist?
Well, Kim Novak, for one.
The Director’s Guild is the last of the big unions (SAG, PGA, and WGA) to announce their nominees for outstanding direction in 2011.
If you’re a fan of predictability and hate surprises, you’ll love these!
I have two questions for you:
1) Have you ever been in love?
And, if so —
2) Was it quirky?
Another day, another smattering of kudos from an organization most filmgoers don’t even know exists. This list keeps Hugo and The Artist on top of things, as will as giving The Help a little more awards-wind beneath its wings.
See the full list below.
Here are the winners: