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The death of 4-term Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, is a tricky subject. On one hand, I’m an American and America’s relationship with this president has been “sketchy” at best. Because of the possibly inaccurate reports that came from the country during times of supposed human rights violations, voter intimidation, and, well, the suppression of media outlet, it remains difficult to gather a complete and accurate portrait of life in the Bolivarian Republic. Perhaps someone knows some Venezuelan refugees who could shed some light on this topic, as all I can do is admit to my ignorance. All I know is that until his dying days, Chavez remained the only world leader who looked and dressed as if he were that creepy non-English-speaking old guy who works at Target.
So, was he loved and praised? Hated and jeered? I suppose it depends on who you ask; but I don’t believe the Socialist Roman Catholic should be considered a symbol or an icon for liberals in America–because let’s be fair, Che Guevara wasn’t a saint either.
I don’t think I filled out one of these lousy brackets last year, so I figured I’d use some of this anus-clenching suspenseful time before the big Academy Awards celebration to offer my two cents. Let’s get to it.
Writing-Adapted Screenplay– ARGO–I really think Argo‘s going to take home most of the key awards tonight, but we’ll see how that goes. They may want to show respect to every one of those 9 nominees…christ.
Writing-Original Screenplay– DJANGO UNCHAINED–Would’ve liked to see Moonrise Kingdom take this, but it won’t.
Directing– LINCOLN–Not sure why Tarantino isn’t listed here, but but I don’t think anyone else stands a chance.
Animated Feature Film– BRAVE–Because Wreck It Ralph didn’t have a lesbian ginger in it…just Sarah Silverman.
Actress-Supporting– Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables)
Actor-Supporting– Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained)–I was going to pick Tommy Lee Jones for this one, but I don’t think he really did anything different than his normal grumpy man act.
Actress-Leading– Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty)–I didn’t see this film, but she’ll win for the same reason BRAVE will.
Actor-Leading– Hugh Jackman (Les Miserables)–Honestly, I think Daniel Day-Lewis is going to win. I just really want to see his mind snap when he doesn’t.
Best Picture– ARGO
Well that’s it. Now we get to see what happens. Having said that, there will be an hour of the ceremony that AMC will be on…from 9-10pm.
We didn’t bother to cover the 2013 70th Annual Golden Globes in our traditional method of hits and misses this year. Rather, I took to Twitter in order to communicate with all of you who were watching the same event and arbitrarily comment about what we were all watching unfold. Here are the highlights that I saw fit to mention, enjoy!
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Al Roker seems to be doing well at the Golden Globes.
The question on all the red carpet interviewers minds seems to be “Are you happy to be here?”
“Speaking of a new release, you’ve got a brand new baby.” Al Roker (human)
It’s nice to see Kate Hudson doing something.
Hayden Panettiere robbed again by someone who can act. Congrats to Christoph Waltz #goldenglobes
Julianne Moore walking back out paired with a weird cut away to Amy Poehler broke the #GoldenGlobes
Thank god for the #GoldenGlobes. Where else would I be able to see people like Martin Scorsese along side people like Leonardo DiCaprio?!
What the hell just happened? Paul Rudd gets on stage and the #GoldenGlobes shit the bed? #notAlRoker
I missed Bill Clinton?! I waited 20 years for this! #goldenglobes
Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig have certainly been on stage for too long. #goldenglobes
“That’s awesome.”–Taylor Swift when Jennifer Laurence won #GoldenGlobes #wellsaid
Bill Murray is a crazy person. #goldenglobes
Toby Jones seems to only get nominated for things when he’s in sub-par versions of other movies.
Nicole Kidman looks happily secure in the fact that she’ll never win anything ever again.
The little kid in the front row is getting antsy. Time to wrap it up, Hathaway!
The puzzled looks during Quentin Tarantino’s speech make this whole business worth watching.
How many times did the director of “Brave” say the word “brave” when he won for his movie, “Brave”?
Didn’t Jodie Foster already come out of the closet in 2007??
Glad Chris Tucker approves of Les Miserables’ victory. #goldenglobes #ischristuckerstillanactor
I never thought a movie that featured Russell Crowe singing would win anything. Ever.
When was the last time John Goodman was on a stage taking credit for an award win? Flintstones movie?
I’m glad that even though the
#GoldenGlobes had to come to a quick close, Amy Poehler was able to sneak in one last gay joke.