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14th Annual No Guts, No Glory – Golden Globe Edition

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Believe it or not, this is our 14th year (I think) of doing No Guts, No Glory for the Golden Globes! But it has to be a really hard win to call. It can’t be one people expect to see. You have three options. Here are mine. 1. Kate Winslet wins Best Actress for Labor Day 2. Philomena wins Best Drama 3. All is Lost wins for Best Score

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Predicting the Golden Globes

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Don’t forget to enter our contest to predict the Golden Globes. We’re going to be giving away the two winning films on DVD.   The Golden Globes unfurl Sunday, long after Oscar ballots have been turned in.  They can impact winners but not nominees.  They can help shift momentum for one particular winner or another depending on how the win goes down. For instance, if it’s a happy win, a…

Predict the Golden Globe Winners Contest

Predict the Golden Globe Winners Contest

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  ENTER OUR CONTEST   We have just two days to put the Golden Globes to bed. I feel like this is still a very very wide open race.  In the awards bubble, they can’t get behind a single Lincoln win, not even at the Critics Choice, while “out there” in the rest of America, Lincoln is tops.  Everybody is talking about it except, of course, those who vote on…

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Golden Globes Preview for Major Categories

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In addition to the Los Angeles Film Critics and the New York Film Critics Online announcing on Sunday (FYI – LA Film Critics will be tweeting their winners around 12:30pm PST – follow them @LAFilmCritics, and us, @awardsdaily), and New York Film Critics Circle announcing on Monday, the Golden Globes will announce their nominations Tuesday morning. That makes this one of the most intense few days of the early part…

Gold Derby Does Globe Predicts

Gold Derby Does Globe Predicts

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It’s still a bit early for me to really lay down my predictions — but that didn’t stop me from putting in my two cents. Tom O’Neil casts a wide net and includes a great many folks for these. We will be doing our own contest here very soon. Here is Best Pic. Click on over to GD to check out the rest. BEST DRAMA PICTURE “The Hurt Locker” “Inglourious…

Golden Globes Preview – The Actors

Golden Globes Preview – The Actors

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The Best Actress race this year is the most interesting it’s been in a while. With a handful of great performances by women it stands out as a year where almost anything is possible, unlike what has felt like fairly predictable runs from the beginning of the season onward. The strongest right now are Meryl Streep for Julie & Julia, Gabby Sadibe for Precious, Carey Mulligan for An Education, Sandra…

Golden Globes Predicts, Part One – Pic, Director, Screenplay

Golden Globes Predicts, Part One – Pic, Director, Screenplay

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One of the reasons the Golden Globes has always been such a hot commodity in the Oscar race over the years is their tiny selection of contenders. True, only in the last ten years has the awards seasons swollen to include a vast array of other awards to compete with the Globes, but they were kind of the first to do what they do, which is offer up nominees condensed…

Prelim Golden Globes Comedy and Drama Shakedown

Prelim Golden Globes Comedy and Drama Shakedown

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I was thinking about the Best Picture race while in the shower when my thoughts turned to Don Draper … no, not really. Well, yes really, but not relevant. The best picture ten will only really be divided once – and that is for the Golden Globes. They can only nominate five dramas and five musical/comedies. We know that Nine is assured to enter the race very strongly at that…

Awards Daily Golden Globe Poll Results

Awards Daily Golden Globe Poll Results

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As of 6:06 PM EST. BEST PICTURE, DRAMA Slumdog Millionaire (1338 votes) The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (869 votes) Revolutionary Road (235 votes) Frost/Nixon (86 votes) The Reader (86 votes) BEST DIRECTOR Danny Boyle, Slumdog Millionaire (1560 votes) David Fincher, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (740 votes) Sam Mendes, Revolutionary Road (135 votes) Ron Howard, Frost/Nixon (83 votes) Stephen Daldry, The Reader (70 votes) (more after the cut)

Forecasting the Golden Globes

Forecasting the Golden Globes

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by Daniel Kenealy I have been quietly observing this years Oscar race unfold, watching from afar in a semi-detached way certain stocks rise, certain stocks falls and we are faced with the genuine possibility of a comic book movie scoring a Best Picture nomination for the first time in the history of the Academy Awards. The voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who hand out the Golden Globes annually,…