Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Globes Trotting

Some sundry thoughts on the 63rd annual Golden Globes, which I, being a complete movie geek, actually watched:

The acceptance speech award of the night went to "The Office"'s Steve Carrel. What can you say? The guy is dang funny.

The Atta-Boy! award of the night went to Philip Seymour Hoffman, who deservedly won the Best Actor Globe for Capote. The odds-on favorite had been Heath Ledger for Brokeback Mountain. Ledger was excellent, but Hoffman really gave a timeless performance.

Do you think Anthony Hopkins feels like puking up fava beans and a nice Chianti every time he is forced to watch that clip from Silence of the Lambs? I mean, the guy has made some other movies, hasn't he?

Oh, and best of all ...












Scarlett Johannson won special recognition for her Golden Globes.

Riddle me this, sports fans: When does it pay to be an obnoxious gay fashion designer? When it means being able to freely grope celebrities on the red carpet, of course (hat tip to Voxefx).

2 Comments:

At 8:44 AM, Anonymous Brett said...

Mr. Isaac Mizrahi, soon to be seen in Ang Lee's next film, "Grope That Mountain."

 
At 9:25 AM, Blogger MDC said...

Scarlett Johannson is built? I just thought she was a great actress. It's about time someone pointed this out to me.

 

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