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Old 01-06-19, 07:26 PM
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At Emma Stone saying “I’m sorry” in the background after that Aloha joke.
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At Emma Stone saying ďIím sorryĒ in the background after that Aloha joke.
Forgot this was on and just tuned in. What was the joke?
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Old 01-06-19, 07:37 PM
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I said it would win Oscar and this seals it. Pixar will be dethroned.
I'd go with saying Disney over specifying Pixar. Pixar didn't even get a nomination for Finding Dory (Zootopia won), Monsters University (Frozen won) or Good Dinosaur (tho Inside Out won that year).

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Forgot this was on and just tuned in. What was the joke?
Something along the lines of “Crazy Rich Asians had the biggest Asian cast in a studio movie since Ghost in a Shell and Aloha.” The crowd reacts and you can hear (presumably) Emma scream “I’m sorry.” But they didn’t cut to show it.
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Keith Urban just freaked the fuck out about the fake flu shots
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I'd go with saying Disney over specifying Pixar. Pixar didn't even get a nomination for Finding Dory (Zootopia won), Monsters University (Frozen won) or Good Dinosaur (tho Inside Out won that year).
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Sam Elliott narrating the Jeff Bridges montage...
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Sam Elliott narrating the Jeff Bridges montage...
Yes, that was fucking sweet.
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Jeff Bridges thanked his stand-in! Thatís why the Dude is a legend!
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Jeff Bridges thanked his stand-in! Thatís why the Dude is a legend!
Bridges has such a great body of work. My favorite is "The Last Picture Show". Glad he mentioned it during his speech.
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Olivia Colman fit Rachel's entire fist in her mouth so yeah, award well earned.
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Olivia Colman fit Rachel's entire fist in her mouth so yeah, award well earned.

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Wow, didn't expect Bohemian Rhapsody to win, as well as Rami. I really liked the movie but didn't think it had a chance.
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Bohemian Rhapsody for Best Drama, really? I didnít expect that at all.
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Old 01-06-19, 10:22 PM
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Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Yeah, I don't have a clue who will win with the academy other than maybe Rami Malek.
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Kind of kills the seriousness of the Golden Globes with that call.
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To be fair, If Beale Street Could Talk was really the only borderline great movie in that group of nominees and it wasn't getting much love. But I don't think most people take the Globes super seriously.

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Bridges has such a great body of work. My favorite is "The Last Picture Show". Glad he mentioned it during his speech.
He really does. Starman is a favorite of mine, as is The Fabulous Baker Boys.
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I figured the Globes wouldnít actually give the win to Black Panther. Nominating it was probably just for show and to lure in some people who donít normally watch, but I doubt they ever actually took it seriously.
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Wow, didn't expect Bohemian Rhapsody to win, as well as Rami. I really liked the movie but didn't think it had a chance.
Two words. Pia Zadora.
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Bohemian Rhapsody for Best Drama, really? I didnít expect that at all.
I don't think any one did. It's a decent movie. No way is it Best Picture in any category.
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Two words. Pia Zadora.
I don't get it. I think more words are needed.
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Man. Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg were brutal. I don't know why I keep watching these things.

The lone highlight for me was Jeff Bridges. Especially when he brought up Michael Cimino. Sam Elliott narrating was cool too.

Never thought I'd see one of the Farrelly brothers win a Golden Globe.

Not much was nominated that I especially cared about. I hope the Oscars can land a good host or i'll likely skip it. Awards shows in general are kind of past their expiration date.
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I don't get it. I think more words are needed.
It cannot be easily explained. You had to be there.
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Hmm, I thought "The Mule" would get some nom's.
The nominations were chosen before The Mule was released (and it didn't get previewed to critics in advance the way many other movies are).

I agree that A Star is Born isn't a musical, but I don't think ANY film where the characters don't break out into song or dance (off stage, of course) qualifies as a musical. Like minds differ.

I think Vice falls under comedy because it's satire. Satire can be hard to categorize, as it can jump back and forth between drama and comedy.
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