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  • BrokenFan
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    Proceed here. 

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    Stardust
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    Absolute BS, as usual.
    Just a fun awards show.

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    BrokenFan
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    I mean Globes show is just an excuse for the contenders to party it up. It was pretty fun. Nothing too serious. 

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    Mrs. Doolittle
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    Meryl Streep really dodged a bullet, not having to come.

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    Grace
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    Amy and Tina were the best part of the show.  And Kristin Wiig and Will Farrel were very fun as presenters.  Maybe future award shows should just use the cast of SNL.  Jo L continues to be skanky and Ben Affleck got his stamp of approval.  I suddenly dislike Ann Hathaway very much.

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    babypook
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    Didnt Jodie say the Globe after parties are the best? Who could disbelieve her. I’d say Quentin got a really really early start.

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    LexMG
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    I’m starting to feel the same about Anne. I thought that I would be happier for her, but I find that she’s very offputting during her acceptance speeches and comes off as somebody who tries too hard. Either way, though, I’m proud of her and believe that she is a deserving honoree.

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    [quote=”Eeeekk”][quote=”micky4″][quote=”Lex4589″]

    I was just wondering who everyone thought had the best/worst speech
    of the night? Personally, I adored Jessica, Jennifer and Adele’s
    speeches equally. Still haven’t decided on the worst…

    Jessica’s was my favorite, followed by Jodie Foster’s.

    Anne’s was my worst, followed by Jodie Foster’s.    [/quote]

    I got it![/quote]

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    could you help me understand it? I knew she was a lesbian, but then she
    was talking about retirement and being in love with Mel Gibson and I
    got lost  [/quote]

    No. No. No. I got your joke. I don’t have a clue as far as Foster’s concerned. Then again, gay men and lesbians have always had difficult time deciphering each other’s language.

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    BrokenFan
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    lol “tries too hard”? It’s an award speech! Oh lord….Didn’t mean to put you on the spot, LexMG29. 

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    [quote=”micky4″][quote=”Eeeekk”][quote=”micky4″][quote=”Lex4589″]

    I was just wondering who everyone thought had the best/worst speech
    of the night? Personally, I adored Jessica, Jennifer and Adele’s
    speeches equally. Still haven’t decided on the worst…

    Jessica’s was my favorite, followed by Jodie Foster’s.

    Anne’s was my worst, followed by Jodie Foster’s.    [/quote]

    I got it![/quote]

    Then
    could you help me understand it? I knew she was a lesbian, but then she
    was talking about retirement and being in love with Mel Gibson and I
    got lost  [/quote]

    No. No. No. I got your joke. I don’t have a clue as far as Foster’s concerned. Then again, gay men and lesbians have always had difficult time deciphering each other’s language.[/quote]

    Too true.

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    The ZDT train has taken one too many hits with the controversy over its torture stuff.  Doesn’t help matters when the Huff Post accuses its foes of ‘swiftboating’ Bigelow.  Chastain’s run ended tonight.  It’s Lawrence from here on out, and it’ll be as much a victory for her role in The Hunger Games as it was for SLP.  Let Riva get her BAFTA; that will be her moment.  

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    LexMG
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    Haha, no worries at all Boogawooga (love the name, by the way). I just really don’t know how else to put it. During her speeches, I find that she isn’t the Anne that I’ve come to admire so much. She just needs to calm down and let it come naturally instead of trying to list off a million different people in the span of a minute and a half, which is why I found that Jessica Chastain and Jennifer Lawrence had such successful speeches. Maybe her nerves are getting the best of her? If so, I really can’t blame her.
     Nonetheless, she was still extremely warm and gracious, she just needs to ease off a bit. I don’t know if that cleared anything up at all, haha, sorry, I tried :/

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    Haha, no worries, I just don’t really don’t know how else to put it. During her speeches, I find that she isn’t the Anne that I’ve come to admire so much. She just needs to calm down and let it come naturally instead of trying to list off a million different people in the span of a minute and a half, which is why I found that Jessica Chastain had such a successful speech. Nonetheless, she was still extremely warm and gracious, she just needs to ease off a bit. I don’t know if that cleared anything up at all, haha, sorry :/

    I think this really encapsulates it well (and Bama makes a similar point). She does just seem to become a bit overwhelmed, but the two speeches I’ve heard her give have come off as sincere, though clunky. It seems clear that she respects the Les Mis cast and crew quite a lot, even if she sometimes comes off as a bit too assertive.

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    Renaton
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    Hathaway just needs to quit the exaggerated impression of faux surprise, and stop interrupting producers/directors (although she won’t have a chance to repeat the latter again). What was nice about Chastain and Lawrence is that even though they went to different places, they sorta cut the bulltshit and went to what really matters, which is being grateful. Trying to pretend it’s all a huge surprise comes off as too calculated and fake.

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    Can Lincoln win Best Picture with NO precursor awards? It needs DGA and
    PGA, and the BAFTA_ but I have a feeling that Lewis aside, voters aren’t
    as enthused as we thought. I don’t know, this is all a big mess.

    But a glorious mess that can be enjoyed, unlike most years.

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