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item #1 bothered me too, but they must be diverting most of their CGI budget from direwolves to dragons.
What? American Apparel is like that much for ONE pair! I guess making lo-fi advertising adds a lot to the bottom line. But it is the closest place to my apartment, which really helps for avoiding laundry.
I guess I’m not entirely sure that we were meant to view these reunions as truly happy endings? Like, in a weird way, Hannah eating cake on the beach last season felt vaguely more hopeful than last night’s “storybook” conclusion. It was really sappy and kind of disorienting, but also good? I don’t even know.
Best Picture: Argo
Best Director: Steven Spielberg, Lincoln
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Best Animated Feature: Brave
Best Foreign Film: Amour
Best Original Screenplay: Zero Dark Thirty
Best Adapted Screenplay: Argo
Best Costume Design: Anna Karenina
Best Original Song: “Skyfall” from Skyfall
Best Original Score: Life of Pi
Best Documentary: Searching for Sugar Man
Best Documentary (Short): Open Heart
Best Makeup & Hairstyling: Les Miserables
Best Production Design: Anna Karenina
Best Film Editing: Argo
Best Cinematography: Skyfall
Best Sound Editing: Skyfall
Best Sound Mixing: Les Miserables
Best Visual Effects: Life of Pi
Best Short Film (Animated): Paperman
Best Short Film (Live Action): Curfew
Rpatz as new Bond Girl; Kstew as new Bond. Done and done.
Maybe the part that I found most baffling is that Jodie Foster was one of the few people in the room who absolutely, definitely knew that she’d be giving an acceptance speech that night. She’s also an actor who’s spent literally her entire life performing; so it was suuuuper weird that she was so scattered and unprepared?
yesss! the most entertaining, most faked inspired-by-true-events drama won?
Jessica Chastain talking about her YEARS of work and struggle is probably going over super well with Hellen Mirren.
when will Tina Fey and Amy Poehler come back to save us?
The Bourne Drunkard.
In which it remains bizarre that they lump dramatic musicals with comedies.
it is very good.
They could get Clinton for Lincoln, but couldn’t even swing Bob Balaban to introduce Moonrise Kingdom?
are Jodie Foster and Kevin Costner being set out on the White Ship to the Undying Lands tonight.
this is what happens when you give a fifty-year-old a “lifetime achievement award”.
what is happening?
true to form, the golden globes decide to present this jodi foster montage in completely random non-chronological order.
I like how NBC is spending all of its ad money on promoting this daring new Jekyll/Hyde show, which basically looks unwatchable.
this show will never end, will it?
She’s terrific, but seemed ever-so-slightly “Carrie Mathison Off Meds”.
everyone seems confused about how this movie was classified as a comedy and how, dear god, how is it possible that something funnier from 2012 wasn’t nominated instead.
Anne Hathaway just gave a killer audition for her Oscar speech.
KATNISS WON THE HUNGER GAME.