Our witty, opinionated and occasionally downright ruthless forum posters held nothing back when reacting to the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night. This year’s ceremony had many cheering and others outraged when it came to the night’s big winners and losers on the film side of the Golden Globes. What were the most shocking upsets of the night? Which winners were most worthy? Which losses left people fuming?
Below, you can see just an overview of the shade and praise that was thrown at this year’s ceremony. Read more and have your say here.
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Best Film Drama – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
manuelxavierc: BIGGEST JOKE EVER!
nevkm: I’m so happy!!!!!!!!! OMG!
4getregret: The HFPA has failed us tonight.
Best Film Drama Actor – Rami Malek, “Bohemian Rhapsody”
kellis: Well, I guess this is goodbye to Cooper’s deserved Oscar.
vinman422: Malek!!!!!! Yes! All for this.
Best Film Drama Actress – Glenn Close, “The Wife”
ospencer: SUCH A CUTE REACTION! BLESS HER!
theriversticks: Get it Glenn, best speech of the night too. The Oscars are gonna be a coronation after that.
Best Film Comedy/Musical – “Green Book”
babygirl: “The Favourite” deserves this. I’m so annoyed!
unityfalls: Why oh why did I switch everything to “The Favourite” at the last minute?!?
Best Film Comedy/Musical Actor – Christian Bale, “Vice”
tomy_harrison: Bale can really lose that weight fast. Can I have his metabolism?
borjalopez: Poor Viggo…
Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress – Olivia Colman, “The Favourite”
nicholas27: HELL YEAH COLMAN!
hotnerdlover: That was an ICONIC performance – congrats Olivia! Onward to Oscar: “My bitches!” LOLOLOLOLOL BEST SPEECH OF THE NIGHT!
Best Film Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali, “Green Book”
xrated48: Yes, Ali Won!
gooscarrodriguez: Timothée was robbed. Will Ali pull a Christoph Waltz at the Oscar?
Best Film Supporting Actress – Regina King, “If Beale Street Could Talk”
musicluva1: Regina is still in this race, baby!!!
fredd2: Rachel Weisz was robbed, robbed, robbed!
Best Director – Alfonso Cuarón, “Roma”
phillyguy: Grr….aargh! Coop, you got hosed.
citizenblake: No surprise. Masterful directing.
jrock1772: The lack of love for “BlacKkKlansman” is disappointing.
Best Screenplay – Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly, “Green Book”
johnny_lin: Oh no, I see where this is going for “The Favourite.”
wilfredlucas: “Green Book” has the safest screenplay in the nominees. What a boring winner.
Best Score – Justin Hurwitz, “First Man”
nathanromberg: Umm… I thought “First Man” was toast?
freemangriffin: Terrific score, was hoping for Marc Shaiman to win.
Best Song – Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt, “Shallow” from “A Star is Born”
lautaro_cavallo: YAAAAAAS “SHALLOW!”
keth77: I wanted Dolly’s song, because I love her. But,”Shallow” is a beautiful song and fits so perfectly in “A Star is Born.”
Best Animated Feature – “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”
pj_edwards: YAS SPIDERMAN! Off too a good start!
abelfenty: Incredibles 2 robbed.
mattman86698: I thought Incredibles 2 was going to win, but I’m glad it didn’t because Into the Spiderverse is so much better!
Best Foreign Language Film – “Roma” (Mexico)
unown: At least I got both my superbet categories right. Rest of them are a mess like this awards show is.
movieguy89: Yes “Roma!”