Golden Globe Nominations
Ok so rather than list the nominations here, I'll post a link where you can go look them over.
Ok I haven't seen any new movies in forever, so I can only comment on movies based on reviews, trailers, and other television interviews. I really don't have an opinion on most of those.
I was very surprised Hairspray was nominated for Best Comedy or Musical. Not as surprised Nikki Blonski was nominated for her role in it, I hear she is awesome and this was her first role. I was surprised at Amy Adams' nomination for Enchanted, I heard that movie kinda sucked. I'm thinking she's just a critics darling now since she did Junebug. It doesn't matter though, Ellen Page is a shoe-in for her role in Juno.
Ryan Gosling was nominated for "Lars and the Real Girl?" Seriously? That movie just looks weird. Tom Hanks and Philip Seymour Hoffman are just standard nominees for everything now. I can't believe anybody was nominated from "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" either.
Ok and Philip Seymour Hoffman was nominated as Best Actor AND Best Supporting Actor for two different movies. Is that legal? Hehe
I think John Travolta should get Best Supporting just for dressing up as a woman and singing and dancing in Hairspray. He was pretty funny looking.
No opinion on director or screenplay. I really loved Ratatouille, so I think that should win best animated. I heard mixed reviews on Bee Movie.
Ok Best TV drama should go to House. Yes, I love Grey's, but it's not worthy of awards. I like Patricia Arquette for Medium, I think Holly Hunter and Sally Field are not acting, they are just playing themselves. And I love Hugh Laurie in House, especially for doing such a convincing American accent.
For best comedy I vote Pushing Daisies, although 30 Rock is pretty funny, and I haven't seen Entourage yet. And I would campaign for America Ferrera of Ugly Betty to win....I can't believe Ugly Betty wasn't nominated as a show. I love that show. Ok and Steve Carell is a no-brainer...I would marry him just to be laughing all the time. Even in talk show interviews the man has me in stitches.
I really liked Debra Messing in The Starter Wife. I guess I would choose Katherine Heigl for Best actress, although I'm not sure she's THAT great. Her role was more interesting two seasons ago. And I vote for Jeremy Piven for best actor....cuz he's hot.
How's that for opinions? :)