Golden Globe: Triumph of Art and Fall of Politic
Golden Globe, an awards ceremony with the Triumph of Art and Fall of Politic filled with music, gratitude and real stories.
A night with Lady Gaga shocked and un-awarded Bradley Cooper (After killing impalpability the hero of his own movie really Bradley believed that he would've gone home with an award last night?) Nevertheless, great job Cooper!
In addition to the delicious food and the expensive champagne, among the creams of the cinematographic art, Freddie Mercury legacy was very present and honored at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last night.
Bohemian Rhapsody, the glory of the rock band, Queen and its leader scored 2 into 2 last night. The musical went home with its both nominations, the Golden Globe Statues of the Best Drama and the statue of the Best Actor hold by Rami Malek who performed Freddie Mercury.
Green Book, with its script writer real story that touched every single heart, was the biggest winner of the 76th annual Golden Globes Awards 5 awards of 6 nominations.
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy - Best Original Screenplay, Nick Vallelonga, Peter Farrelly, Brian Currie - Best Director, Peter Farrelly - Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Film, Viggo Mortensen - Best Supporting Actor, Mahershala Ali.
Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody were honored by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association with two pre-eminent awards despite the fact that both films have been accused by critics of handling subjects like race and sexuality in a regressive manner.
Roma, the Mexican movie of Alfonso Cuarón didn't surprise at all of being awarded for the best foreign language film.
Instead of Oprah Winfrey and her inspirational speech that set off rumors of a potential 2020 run for the presidency, last night we watched Jeff Bridges giving thanks to the Stepping-stones people of his career as a great actor.
British entertainers as Christian Bale, (accused today by his fans for his fake English accent at the Golden Globe ceremony) Olivia Colman, Richard Madden, Ben Whishaw were the victorious of the night among music and history.
Interesting and grateful would have been if the awards ceremony hosts, the Golden Globe awarded Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg were humble and sensitive enough to direct the cameras behind the scene, right there where thousands of people were serving and protecting the ceremony of art and awards.
More nights of awards shows and ceremonious coming up in the next Sundays with the promising overproduction Oscar Awards on Sunday, February 24, 2019. Till then Farewell folks!