Posted by: moviechat | December 30, 2007

The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards

The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be on January 13, and I love this year selection. This is a list of my favorite nominations:

‘Atonement’
Best picture, best actress for Keira Knightley, best actor for James McAvoy and best director nominations and it is serious contender for Oscar. Film is an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s WWII romance book.

‘Sweeney Todd’
best comedy/musical picture, best actor for star Johnny Depp, best director and best actress for Helena Bonham Carter

‘No Country for Old Men’
I love this film. Javier Bardem gets a supporting, and The Coen Brothers score nominations for screenplay and best picture.

‘Juno’
Juno may become this year’s ‘Little Miss Sunshine’, with nominations for best comedy/musical picture, best actress for Ellen Page and best screenplay by stripper-turned-writer Diablo Cody.

‘A Mighty Heart’
Angelina Jolie earns a best actress nomination and she deserve it. She will be nominated for Oscars and I hope that she wins.

‘There Will Be Blood’
I did not see this film, but everyone is talking about it. Paul Thomas Anderson’s grabs nominations for best drama picture, best actor for Daniel Day-Lewis and best director. It will open later next month.

‘Charlie Wilson’s War’
Tom Hanks, Juila Roberts and Philip Seymour Hoffman all grab acting nods for their work. Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay is also nominated, as is the film for best comedy.

‘Into the Wild’
Eddie Vedder’s score is nominated, but where’s the best picture and best director love for Sean Penn?

‘American Gangster’
Denzel Washington makes a run at best actor. Russell Crowe is shut out of the category!, though. Ridley Scott nails down a director nomination. Denzel and Ridley Scott will be nominated for the Oscars.

‘The Assassination of Jesse James’
No best actor nod for star Brad Pitt, but Casey Affleck did pick up a nomination for best supporting actor. I really hope that it will be nominated (not wiining) for best film for the Oscars.

‘Eastern Promises’
This David Cronenberg thriller scores a best picture nod as well as a best actor nod for Viggo Mortensen. If you did not see this film stop reading and go get it.

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Responses

  1. Atonement lead them all with 7 nominations .

    cate and hoffman are up to two awards , great jop guys .

    a total dissaperance for into the wild , what the ?

    and foster doesn’t deserve the nomination .

  2. I agree with you abut Jodie Foster, and I thing Cate Blanchett doesn’t deserve the nomination too.

  3. which one ?

    i watched both movies ( i’m not there – elizabeth ) and i can say that these two roles are GOLDEN , and for the role ( i’m not there ) she must be there on the stage and cry a few tears cause she DESERVE to WIN !

  4. I was taking about elizabeth. I did not see I’m not there, but now you gave me a good reason to watch it

  5. Juno is very very good.

  6. BTW, you have a very good podcast. Both entertaining and informative.

  7. Thanks alot Shemsi, and I love Juno

  8. it’s seems there is no GG lol , SAG made it so clear , they will support the writer’s strike , and so many actors and noms will not attend .

    IT’S STILL NOT OFFICIAL THAT IT WILL BE CANCELEND , EVERYTHING WILL BE CLEAR ON MONDAY , they may change the time only , very sad no :(?

  9. The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony has been canceled and it will be replaced with a news conference format

  10. it will be 1 hour long and NBC will telecast it .

    omg shame on you writers .

  11. BEST MOTION PICTURE, DRAMA
    “Atonement”

    BEST MOTION PICTURE, MUSICAL OR COMEDY
    “Sweeney Todd”

    BEST DIRECTOR
    Julian Schnabel, “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”

    BEST DRAMATIC ACTOR
    Daniel Day-Lewis, “There Will Be Blood”

    BEST DRAMATIC ACTRESS
    Julie Christie, “Away From Her”

    BEST ACTOR, COMEDY OR MUSICAL
    Johnny Depp, “Sweeney Todd”

    BEST ACTRESS, COMEDY OR MUSICAL
    Marion Cotillard, “La Vie en Rose”

    SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Javier Bardem, “No Country for Old Men”

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Cate Blanchett, “I’m Not There”

    ANIMATED FILM
    “Ratatouille”

    SCREENPLAY
    Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, “No Country for Old Men”

    ORIGINAL SCORE
    Dario Marianelli, “Atonement”

    SONG
    “Guaranteed” from “Into the Wild”

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