...but it's the Globes, so no one really cares. It's like winning a Grammy... or a Blockbuster award... shit it's like a Peoples Choice award! No one cares about the Golden Globes. The only 3 awards that really mean anything are Oscar, Spirit, and Cannes.
Well, the Golden Raspberries are funny, but other then these four...
I merely suggested, that you had the driving ability of a brain dead labratory ape.
Actually the Golden Globes are more important than you might think as they are the first real indicator of how the Oscars will play out. Win a golden globe you are immediately vaulted to frontrunner status for the Oscars.
I think people who are holding out hope for Andy Serkis getting a nom are setting themselves up for a big disappointment. LOTR: TT will get its fair share of nominations but not in acting categories, its too big, amidst all the costumes and special effects Hollywood will overlook the quality acting. Also I'm not even sure he is eligible, I know back when Disney's Aladdin was out, there was a strong buzz for Robin Williams to get a nomination for his voice work and it was ruled inelible.
Well, I'm pleased with how the nominations played out. All I really care about is that "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" DOES NOT get any nominations come Oscar time. That movie makes me angry.
Oh flaming box of stuff, is there no problem you can't solve?
Goldie Hawn [The Banger Sisters], she's aged terribly, I think her co-star in this Susan Sarandon is much better. Hawn reminds me of her character in this movie, she wants to be in her 20s which she's not. She's got this strange plastic looking face and smile . For this category I'd like to see Maggie Gyllenhaal [The Secretary] win it. But to be fair I haven't seen Chicago yet and I'm anti Greek Weddings.
Richard Gere [Chicago], and Adam Sandler [Punch-Drunk Love]both nominated for Best of awards. I'll give Sandler credit he was good in PDL. But I refuse to give Gere the benefit of the doubt for Chicago, this movie really seems to be getting a big push.
Paul Newman [Road to Perdition] was pretty awesome in that movie. Daniel Day-Lewis [Gangs of New York] should win best actor.
Diane Lane [Unfaithful] well it was a bad movie but I give her credit for being the only really watchable part of it. She had a very sexy performance alot of young actresses could take some lessons from her
Most of these movies haven't come out in full release yet. I always wonder if movies that come out earlier in the year doesn't get screwed over by these late "For the Oscar" releases. Disappointed that Robin Williams wasn't nominated for one hour photo or Insomnia.
I'd want to get a solid line from the company on how much more work you'd have from being in the new location. Is the work already there, so to speak, waiting for someone to do it where you can step right in or is it just a projection?