“Nomadland” gained the massive awards, “Borat” beat “Hamilton” in a battle of politically-charged movies and “The Crown” and “Schitt’s Creek” had been the massive TV winners on the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night time.
In the grand scheme of Golden Globes information, the night time’s winners are all however irrelevant. What mattered on the phases of the Beverly Hilton and New York City’s Rainbow Room, and within the houses of winners, nominees and viewers world wide, was the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s on-stage acknowledgement that it must admit some Black members and turn out to be extra various and inclusive. And the clear feeling even from presenters and winners was that they want to take action instantly.
What actually issues is just not the six extraordinarily imprecise sentences from HPFA officers Helen Hoehne, Meher Tatna and Ali Sar throughout their 40 seconds on the stage, however what they do subsequent. That’s what’s going to decide whether or not the Golden Globes may have any credibility in Hollywood going ahead.
Really, till they present us how they’re going to vary, any curiosity in whom they suppose deserves an award is just about on maintain.
But in a yr like this one, the place virtually not one of the nominated movies have been seen in theaters, perhaps the HFPA’s selections will nudge a couple of individuals towards watching movies they may in any other case have missed. And perhaps they’ll even steer a couple of Oscar voters 5 days earlier than nomination voting begins, although it’s laborious to think about that a lot of the Globes winners aren’t already on the radar of any remotely conscientious Academy member.
If a voter wanted Jane Fonda’s endorsement or Chloe Zhao’s heartfelt and eloquent speeches to take a look at “Nomadland,” for example, one thing’s improper. And if an Academy or guild member hasn’t seen “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” by now, it’s foolish to anticipate that member to instantly have a change of coronary heart simply because it gained two Globes.
On the entire, the Globe voters did their traditional trick of spreading the love amongst as many movies as they might, all the higher to maintain the studios pleased. The first 11 movie awards went to 10 completely different movies, and total the 14 motion-picture Globes went to 11 completely different films — which makes it sting much more that David Fincher’s “Mank” went into the ceremony with essentially the most nominations of any movie and got here out empty-handed.
On the TV aspect, in the meantime, they displayed an uncommon acceptance of exhibits which were on the air for some time: The two massive winners, “The Crown” and “Schitt’s Creek,” gained for his or her fourth and sixth seasons, respectively, which is uncommon for a bunch that likes to reward exhibits of their first or second years.
The greatest movie surprises got here in a trio of movie performing classes, with Rosamund Pike successful the musical-or-comedy-actress for “I Care a Lot” over the favored Maria Bakalova for “Borat”; Jodie Foster successful the supporting-actress award for “The Mauritanian” over Olivia Colman for “The Father” and Amanda Seyfried for “Mank”; and Andra Day taking the drama-actress award for “The United States vs. Billie Holiday” over a trio of heavyweights in Viola Davis (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), Carey Mulligan (“Promising Young Woman”) and Frances McDormand (“Nomadland”). Those are the type of idiosyncrasies you anticipate from Globes voters, and the type that had been principally absent on Sunday.
But will they assist these actresses going ahead? None of their films had been nominated within the Globes’ best-picture classes, which implies none of them obtained any movie clips through the present, so it’ll nonetheless be a battle — and it doesn’t assist that Pike, Foster and Day had been all handed over by the Screen Actors Guild voters, so that they’ll don’t have any probability to capitalize on no matter momentum may come from the Globes.
In reality, of the six actors who gained Globes for his or her movie performances — Pike, Foster, Day, Daniel Kaluuya, Sacha Baron Cohen and the late Chadwick…
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